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  • Online retailer bambeco wants to make the world a greener place, one room at a time

    Online retailer bambeco wants to make the world a greener place, one room at a time
    Susan Aplin worked behind the scenes for two decades helping run some of the biggest retail stores around — Williams-Sonoma, Sports Authority, Staples, The Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy and Pottery Barn. But it wasn't until she and friend Carolyn...
  • Decorate your home perfectly pink

    All shades of pink have been finding their way into homes, advertising, and even the Olympic Games. Radiant Orchid, a deep pink with blue tones, is Pantone's makeup Color of the Year for 2014. You could say that pink is red-hot right now. But even pink is...
  • Letter: IKEA plan needs further vetting

    There are many pluses to the new IKEA mega-store if a more thought-out plan could mitigate the negative impacts of such a massive project. Sharon Springer, whose excellent op-ed article appeared in the Feb. 12 Leader, is a member of the Sustainable...
  • Letter: Issues deserve study, action

    Sharon Springer’s op-ed article of Feb. 12 brings up some important issues. If IKEA wishes to be a good neighbor in building their new expansive store in the proposed location on San Fernando Boulevard, those issues need to be recognized and...
  • Art center aims to enrich Northwest Gardens

    Art center aims to enrich Northwest Gardens
    When the Young at Art ArtHouse opens Saturday in one of Fort Lauderdale's poorest neighborhoods, it will become the first public art studio in South Florida built by residents for residents. The upscale art hub will open its doors amid the rows of...
  • Letter: Larger IKEA presence raises concerns

    Burbank has been my home since 1959, when I was a sophomore at John Burroughs High School. During the intervening years I have watched Burbank grow and prosper, while continuing to retain its safe, comfortable ambience. Now with the building of the new,...
  • Good Greek food, friendly people at Souvlaki in Hampden

    Good Greek food, friendly people at Souvlaki in Hampden
    Every time we turn around, Hampden has a new restaurant. The newest addition to the neighborhood's lineup is Souvlaki, a teeny tiny Greek spot that opened on the Avenue in mid-December. Owned by Dmitri and Elli Taramas (natives of Greece by way of New...
  • Lots of ways to celebrate Valentine's Day

     Lots of ways to celebrate Valentine's Day
    Still wondering how to celebrate Valentine's Day? How about an oyster fest or murder-mystery dinner? Read on for a sampling of sweet events. Mokena Pile on the aphrodisiac with the three-day Oyster Fest at Tribes Alehouse, 11220 W. Lincoln Hwy....
  • Op-ed: Building a better plan for IKEA

    There is little effort being made to mitigate the negative impacts of the proposed new IKEA at 805 S. San Fernando Blvd. between Alameda and Verdugo. There are benefits to IKEA expanding in Burbank: jobs, sales tax revenue, recycling underutilized real...
  • Aprovecha: Ofertas para el Día del Padre en S. Florida

    Aprovecha: Ofertas para el Día del Padre en S. Florida
    Muéstrale a papa que él es el número 1 y celebra en el sur de Florida con regalos, invitaciones, comida y cosas divertidas el Día del Padre. Diversión bajo el Sol Bonnet House: Papá entra gratis con el pago de una entrada, de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m. en este...
  • Commentary: Costa Mesa is finally moving forward — get on board

    "If you are standing still, you are also going backwards. It takes great effort to maintain forward movement." Reed B. Markham, educator Forward movement is a plan to replace the dilapidated Costa Mesa Motor Inn — a major attractant of crime in...