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Popular Mechanics
212 pages
Popular Mechanics

1981-09

Granton Commence of Technology, 263 Adelaide St. W, Room MOB Toronto, Canada M5H 1 Y3 1 -(416) 977-1929 Repute Address ... All are radiant, sending warmth Temp-Rite 7 kerosene heater from Aladdin has a top efficiency of 7,800 B.T.U./hr., ...
About this book
Everyday Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them virtuoso the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, info on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the terminal guide to our high-tech lifestyle.
The Barn House, Confessions of an Urban Rehabber
371 pages
The Barn House, Confessions of an Urban Rehabber

Creator: Ed Zotti | House & Home - 2008-09-02

rite. Items of piddling consequence, you may think. They didn't seem that way to me. Overwhelmed by the job in those days, ... The space heater kept the ancestry's interior temperature above freezing for the time being, but it wasn't yet open winter.
About this book
A terrifying, hilarious memoir about fixing up an old house in the city and pursuing the urban understanding of the American Dream. From the longtime editor of the Straight Dope. In 1993, after more people had fled Chicago for the suburbs than in any other municipality in America, Ed Zotti and his wife, Mary, chose not only to brace but to gamble their future fixing up a dilapidated Victorian poorhouse in a dicey neighborhood on Chicago s North Side. Two doors up from a lay low/arson scene and across the alley from a former conduct- up drug mart, the Barn House (as the Zottis unimpressed daughter dubbed it) was a rehabber s nightmare. Ed and his one's own flesh had to contend not just with collapsed ceilings and shorted-out wiring but burglars, gunshots, and the trumpet-playing unhoused knights of the road guy in the basement. But THE BARN HOUSE is more than just the mystery of a home-renovation project from hell. Ultimately it's a honouring of cities, chronicling not just a house but a decaying town arise back to life. Along the way Ed offers...