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  • Home and garden events in Southern California

    TODAY Design walk: Elle Decor presents the Legends of La Cienega Design Walk, which includes design vignettes, seminars, book signings and tours. Schedule: www.lcdqla.com/legends. AltBuild Expo: The Alternative Building Materials and Design Expo...
  • Datebook

    MAY 2 Garden show: The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden's annual L.A. Garden Show will focus on edible gardening. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 2 and 3. 301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia. (626) 821-3243; www.arboretum.org. Bauer sale: Bauer...
  • From the Archives: From the ashes, new blooms rise

    From the Archives: From the ashes, new blooms rise
    ALPINE, CALIF. -- When Keli and Dan Cadenhead came home from dinner that Saturday in October 2003, the sky north of their hilltop house was glowing orange. They watched all night as the light intensified, filled the horizon, finally reared its flaming...
  • Home/Fashion Schedule beginning Oct. 12, 2009

    Oct. 12 2/3 cover centerpiece: tc-home-black-1012-1018 (TRIB) black walls are the latest trend, QA with House Beautiful editor Stephen Drucker, tips from Apartment Therapy founder Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan on how to DIY black 3x6 cover: sub LAT twist...
  • Bryan Batt is a 'Mad Man' with a grounded perspective on home

    On AMC's "Mad Men," Salvatore Romano is the art director with barely suppressed homosexual longings. As played by actor Bryan Batt, the character is the epitome of the suave New York ad man, circa 1960. And in real life, Batt is indeed a New York...
  • Tuscany in winter brings shivers of delight

    I was feeling lucky. That was my excuse for going to Siena in the dead of winter, when Tuscany is generally cold and rainy. But rules -- including those that govern the weather -- were made to be broken in Italy, I've found. In Rome, you can wake up...
  • 'The Blind Side'

    Sandra Bullock retrieves much of the career momentum that "The Proposal" gave her and that "All About Steve" threatened to kill with "The Blind Side," a surprisingly smart and moving drama about a Memphis steel magnolia who doesn't truly bloom until she...
  • Check It out: Get inspired to remodel your kitchen

    If your old kitchen needs some upgrades or improvements and you are considering remodeling it, look to the Newport Beach Public Library for helpful books and other materials. This is a major household project, and you may want to seek out some design...
  • Midcentury lovers: Make room for chintz and needlepoint

    Midcentury lovers: Make room for chintz and needlepoint
    The winds of change are blowing, and if you are lucky you might get ahead of the next trend by taking your grandmother to tea and smiling sweetly. Mark my words, chintz, brown furniture and handmade pieces are back. We have been on a midcentury bender....
  • Leather floors have luxury, recycled style

    Leather floors have luxury, recycled style
    Do you believe in reincarnation? It's possible that your discarded leather belts from a few seasons ago could find new life under your feet. Leather products of all sorts are being repurposed into sleek, exotic flooring. Both tiles and planks can be...
  • Renovated Holy Name shines in debut mass

    For the last two years, Bob Rigali Sr. and his five children have poured their collective heart and soul into renovating Holy Name Cathedral. For more than a century, generations of the Rigali family have contributed to Chicago's Catholic landscape,...