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  • Gear: The latest in minimalist running shoes

    Gear: The latest in minimalist running shoes
    At first, they laughed at Vibram's weird ultra-light shoes with the five individual toe compartments. Now, with the barefoot-inspired minimalist tide sweeping the running and workout worlds, competitors big and small are rushing to copy it. Converts...
  • Byron Donzis dies at 79; wide-ranging inventor

    Byron Donzis dies at 79; wide-ranging inventor
    In 1978, Byron Donzis walked into a Houston hospital looking for Dan Pastorini, the Houston Oilers' prized quarterback who was laid up with three broken ribs from a recent game. Donzis was wearing a trench coat and carrying a large bag. He was accompanied...
  • Second Chance moving to a new home of its own

    Second Chance moving to a new home of its own
    Things have always been a bit uncertain for Second Chance, a salvage depot and nonprofit organization that has built a loyal following among homeowners, interior designers, commercial builders and art students seeking one-of-a-kind home items —...
  • Steal from the best

    Steal from the best
    Three of design's sharpest stylemakers let us in on the things shaping their worlds (and wish lists!) right now. Paul Makovsky/Editorial Director, Metropolis Home Furnishing: Finn Juhl's walnut Tray Table, which has a reversible top with a color on...
  • Your guide to running in Lakeview

     
    Your guide to where to run, where to buy running shoes and where to find running buddies....
  • Turntable tables from Bughouse and Diesel

     
    Designers have been high on low-fidelity as iconography: cassette tapes, headphones, turntables and microphones. The Look for Less series on L.A. at Home compares original designer home furnishings with their less expensive lookalikes. Today we're...
  • 12 home decor sales for the Fourth of July weekend and beyond

     
    It certainly feels like summer, but retailers are already thinking fall. With so many stores running sales this holiday weekend, we decided to present a roundup of home and garden discounts: Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams L.A. Summer Tag Sale......
  • Behind the laces: A closer look at Marty McFly's 2011 Nike Mag

     
    A closer look at the origin and details of the 2015 Nike Mag, the mythical self-lacing shoe from "Back to the Future Part II" and conversation with the key players....
  • Start-up spotlight: LuxeYard brings social aspect to flash sales

     
    LuxeYard, which offers luxury home decor at 70% off retail through its members-only website, aims to combine social media with flash sales....
  • Test Driving the World’s Cutest Shoes

     
    When running becomes a persistent pain in the butt (literally) and all the usual strategies (stretching, physical therapy, massage) fail to ease the pain, it’s time for a gal to contemplate drastic measures. That’s right, it’s time to...
  • Barefoot Running Gains Toehold

    Barefoot Running Gains Toehold
    David Engwall got home from work the other day, slipped on his workout clothes and left for a run, his sneakers still at the door. As in, yes, your eyes work just fine, that guy jogging down Poplar Avenue is in fact barefoot. The only one in Arbutus...