Freezing temperatures can prove deadly for our four-legged friends, and Animal Humane Society urges pet owners to think twice when letting pets outside during the winter. Temperatures below freezing along with wind chill can prove deadly for our domesticated pets.
Mike Etoll has been a haunted house lover his whole life. The East Side haunt he’s created packs an impressive punch, especially for being in a detached garage. (photos by Patrick Larkin/Review)
A creepy troll greets visitors of the haunted house.
Skeletons surprise a guest at the haunted house.
A spinster sits in the gory butcher's room.
A decrepit looking skull is just one of a plethora of fine-crafted creepy items at the haunted house.
Mike Etoll, with a died green goatee, has loved haunted houses his whole life.
Garage comes to life for Halloween spectacle
Mike Etoll, proprietor of the East Side's own residential butcher-shop-themed haunted house, might be considered by some to be an eccentric, an oddball, or a quirk.
That's probably just fine with the man, who confidently wears a goatee that's dyed green.
The warm cream and rich mocha tones of this backsplash could be at home in a teens, twenties or mid-century modern home. Go for a darker countertop and minimalist shelving for an uncluttered, yet cozy kitchen. (submitted photo)
Tired of worn paint or peeling wallpaper behind sinks and above stoves? Give yourself a new, carefree vista with wall tiles. These add gentle hues of sky-blue, pearl and green that reflect color accents without overwhelming the space. Add a new seamless countertop and a lick of paint on the cabinets and guests will ask “When did you redo this whole kitchen?”
Ever envy those beautiful homes that seem to get redecorated with every new season? Thinking that the family and friend get-togethers at your home this year deserve an updated setting?