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THE ROCK FATHER: The Pop Culture & Lifestyle Magazine for Families that Rock.

It's the premiere destination for the best in entertainment for the ENTIRE family, kids and grownups alike. Featuring the latest news and reviews on Music, Movies, TV, Comics, Books, Toys & Games, and lifestyle coverage including Home & Garden, Automotive, Cool Products and more, THE ROCK FATHER has it all...

According to Houzz, approximately 58% of homeowners completed some form of a home renovation project in 2017. Approximately 40% of homes are over 50 years old, so it makes sense that repairs and updates need to get done. Whether you’re one of the 90% of Americans who prefer to be surrounded by green lawns or a foodie wanting to upgrade your kitchen, you’re bound to have an interesting time renovating your home. Plus, your house will become even more valuable should you choose to sell it in the future.

Thursday, February 20 2020 20:17

7 Telltale Signs of Water Damage in Your Home

About 90% of American homeowners surveyed stated that it's important to have a home inspection before moving in. And yet, many of us fail to investigate homes we've lived in for years for evidence of serious damage. It's critical to pay attention to signs of water damage. Not only can this type of damage have significant effects on the value of your home and the protection of your belongings, but it can have major health consequences, too. Mold, for instance, can grow and spread just 48 hours after the formation of a leak, which can lead to the need for expensive remediation -- and if left unaddressed, it can put your well-being at risk.

To that end, here are seven signs of water damage you should look for every two months, as well as the risks involved if you don't get them fixed as soon as possible.

This April, Allegaeon will hit the road with Fallujah, Entheos, and Etherius as direct support.

The band comments: "We are very happy to announce 'The Terrestrial Takeover Tour 2020' - a U.S. headliner with support from our amazing friends in Fallujah, Entheos, and Etherius. This lineup is such a total powerhouse of melodic and progressive death metal - we could not possibly be more excited to be taking this beast on the road."

This May, Dropkick Murphys and Rancid will hit the road together for the first time since 2017, for the co-headlining Boston To Berkeley II Tour with special guests Scottish singer-songwriter Gerry Cinnamon (on select dates) and Jesse Ahern supporting. Each night will culminate with Dropkick Murphys and Rancid on stage together for a joint encore.

As was the case on the original From Boston To Berkeley run in 2017, the final band of the night will vary by date, with either Dropkick Murphys or Rancid as the closing act.

Valentine's Day can mean a romantic meal with a special someone, but it can also be a family affair. After all, Valentine's Day doesn't need to be strictly for romance; share the love with your whole family by finding family-friendly Valentine's Day activities.

If you're searching for something to do on Valentine's Day with the whole family, you can try revisiting some of the classics, but with a twist. You can also make some new traditions of your own.

Whatever you end up doing, don't feel confined by the staples of the holiday. Valentine's Day can celebrate all types of love, including paternal, so figure out what's right for you and your family. Here are six ideas to help get you started.

In the latest episode of ExtremeTerrain’s Throttle Out YouTube video series, host Merideth Evasew wrenches on a brand-new Jeep Wrangler JLU Rubicon, adding some functional and stylish Jeep parts from Deegan 38 and Teraflex.

Adding Jeep armor, lighting, recovery gear, and a big set of wheels & tires, Merideth guides you through her build process, explaining special features and benefits as well as her reasons for the parts she selected. After an overview of the build and all its components, Merideth takes the JL Rubicon for its maiden voyage to further demonstrate the road friendliness of the Teraflex suspension and 37” mud-terrain tires.

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