Saturday, September 17th 2016
This week Tony and Corey are preparing you for the fall. They talk about inspecting your concrete structures, checking your trees, attending to peeling paint, and inspecting your roof. During the second hour, Tony and Corey cover why you should avoid pressure washing your roof, checking your gutters, furnace checkup, chimney inspection and sweep, weather stripping your garage and insulation, changing direction of your ceiling fans, and aerating your lawn. Also Greg Papworth has a recipe for beef tenderloin roast.
Saturday, September 10th 2016
This week Tony and Corey are talking to Zoya Kumar, executive director of Portland Community Tool Bank. They cover the history of the organization, groups that benefit from the bank, the changing inventory and volunteer needs, the Tools on Wheels program, handling fees, and donation sources. During the second hour, Tony and Corey continue their talk with Zoya Kumar from Portland Community Tool Bank. They talk about who can help the tool bank, a silent auction called Hammers and Ales, the environmental benefit to the organization, a tool library vs a tool bank, the future of the bank, and all the tools they have for different jobs.
Saturday, August 27th 2016
This week Tony and Corey are at the Wapato Showdown car show in Gaston! In the first hour they talk to school superintendent Susie Rasmussen about the bond program for the new CTE building, also Gaston resident Margaret Bell talks about the scholarship fund, and Don Allen, chairman of the car show, talks about the engine blow up event and the various car models on display. In the second hour, Tony and Corey talk to Dan Allen about the Knights of Pythius, they visit with Grant who won the best in show in 2015, Chris Anderson of the Knights of Pythius talks about how to get involved with the group, and mayor Tony Hall talks about volunteer work and new plans for Gaston.
Saturday, August 20th 2016
Tony's been very busy this week. He got his kids into college. Corey's very nearly done with his kitchen. Tony is tearing apart the studio. The boys share some Life Hacks. Tony needs to help convert a shed into a living space and Corey thinks he isn't giving the whole thing enough thought. The guys have more Life Hacks. Things like where to hide a spare key, or how to keep from hammering your fingers. Good paint cheats to help your painting project.
Saturday, August 13th 2016
Tony and Cory aren't perfect, and they want you to know that. Its summer, and the guys have some great ideas for keeping cool. Tony is nuts for the Olympics. Tony knows how the Egyptians kept cool before air conditioning. The guys have a few more ways to keep your house cool. Keeping your attic vents clear can help keep the whole house cool.
Saturday, July 30th 2016
This week Tony and Corey are talking outdoor games for entertaining. In the first hour they give you the scoop on cornhole and the ACO. They cover how to make your own cornhole game, the cost of plywood, making the bags, and rules of the game with Corey's "custom" rules, also ladder golf and how to construct it and scoring. During the second hour, Tony and Corey cover a wide variety of games like Pickleball, badminton, and Giant Jenga. They help you with making the pieces for Jenga by talking about dry lumber. Also there's washer toss and Human Fooseball. Plus, Greg Papworth offers a recipe for Greek steak pitas.
Saturday, July 23rd 2016
This week Tony and Corey are talking about mistakes with DIY projects and the obstacles you run into. Tony talks about his ongoing mole problem, Corey updates his kitchen remodel, then they cover time management, manpower needs, weather issues, expectations, and biting off more than you can chew with your projects. During the second hour, Tony and Corey share more mistakes with DIY projects. They talk about prioritizing and making decisions, cost effectiveness, safety oversights, lack of knowledge, and researching your project needs.
Saturday, July 16th 2016
Tony and Corey are talking home trends this week. In the first hour they talk about Tony's landscaping project, a wallpaper comeback, design trends in the kitchen, home automation, large pendants, barnwood doors, and Carrera marble and colored sinks. During the second hour, Tony and Corey cover bathroom trends like clawfoot tubs, water conservation shower heads and steam showers, statement mirrors, large tiles, his and hers sinks with double vanities, and 3-D tiles. Plus outside trends like outdoor living spaces, nature-scaping, and high-tech lighting. Also Greg Papworth has a grilling recipe for pork tenderloins.
Saturday, July 9th 2016
This week Tony and Corey are talking about lawn and grass maintenance. In the first hour Tony talks about finally maintaining his yard, Corey gives an update on his kitchen restoration, they also talk character of craftsmanship and contractor experience, the truth about DIY TV shows, RTF sod, and using high-nutrient soil and testing soil. During the second hour with Tony and Corey, they cover electrical fires and the causes, arc fall protection, space heater danger, food safety with Greg Papworth, communicating a safety plan with your kids, escape plans, and testing smoke alarms.
Saturday, June 25th 2016
This week Tony and Corey are getting ready for the 4th of July with fireworks talk and fire safety. Corey starts the show with an update on his kitchen restoration, the guys then talk about SNOT-TAPE, Tony's cooking confession and the Sabbath oven setting, the #1 cause of home fires, tips for avoiding kitchen fires, and putting out grease fires. In the second hour, Tony and Corey cover electrical fires and the causes, arc fall protection, space heater danger, food safety with Greg Papworth, communicating a safety plan with your kids, escape plans, and testing smoke alarms.