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Shelley Fabares - Johnny Angel [Full Video Edit] 1961  "Johnny Angel" was written by Lyn Duddy and Lee Pockriss. The single premiered on an episode of Fabares' sitcom, The Donna Reed Show during the fourth season.[

Shelley Fabares - Johnny Angel [Full Video Edit] 1961 "Johnny Angel" was written by Lyn Duddy and Lee Pockriss. The single premiered on an episode of Fabares' sitcom, The Donna Reed Show during the fourth season.[

Hey guys!  I am so excited about the workbench I built for the shop in my new house!  My shop is still a work-in-progress but this was a huge improvement and much needed addition! I modified the workbench that Whitney built because I wanted more free space in my shop!  You can see her workbench …

Hey guys! I am so excited about the workbench I built for the shop in my new house! My shop is still a work-in-progress but this was a huge improvement and much needed addition! I modified the workbench that Whitney built because I wanted more free space in my shop! You can see her workbench …

Want to use a router, but don’t know where to start? Learn how to use a router with these router woodworking techniques and tips.

Want to use a router, but don’t know where to start? Learn how to use a router with these router woodworking techniques and tips.

Trying to screw or nail into concrete sounds like a near-impossible task. But attaching to concrete really isn’t much more difficult than fastening to wood—if you use the correct tools and specialized fasteners. These four types of fastener are specifically designed for attaching to concrete, and most can also be used in brick, stone, and concrete block as well. Before installing most concrete fasteners, you must first drill a hole using a carbide-tipped masonry bit. The quickest, easiest…

Trying to screw or nail into concrete sounds like a near-impossible task. But attaching to concrete really isn’t much more difficult than fastening to wood—if you use the correct tools and specialized fasteners. These four types of fastener are specifically designed for attaching to concrete, and most can also be used in brick, stone, and concrete block as well. Before installing most concrete fasteners, you must first drill a hole using a carbide-tipped masonry bit. The quickest, easiest…