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  • Nouveau Home & Interior Design opens in Mount Vernon

    Nouveau Home & Interior Design opens in Mount Vernon
    Nouveau Home & Interior Design, formerly called Nouveau Contemporary Goods, has moved into its new home in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood. The home furnishings store relocated from Belvedere Square to the former Chase Brexton building at 10 W....
  • Tips: Give the gift of family history

    There's no better time to begin learning about family roots, especially as you're gathered together in celebration. And doing so is easier than ever. While researching family history or exploring ethnic roots was once a task-heavy chore, filled with...
  • SAIC students team up with CB2 for space-saving home decor

    SAIC students team up with CB2 for space-saving home decor
    The shiny white finish of the kitchen table contrasts smartly with the soft gray weave of its chairs. The bedspread and rug employ subtle grid patterns that call back to each other. The bar in the corner is fully stocked for Friday night’s party....
  • Cops: Home decor store clerks fend off robber with curtain rod, vacuum

    Cops: Home decor store clerks fend off robber with curtain rod, vacuum
    It was curtains for this home decor robbery suspect. Clerks at an Orlando area home decor store did not spare the rod when a robber, armed with a pocket knife, tried to steal money from them, deputies said, reports the Orlando Sentinel. As the man,...
  • Clerks at home decor store fight off robber with curtain rod, vacuum, cops say

    Clerks at home decor store fight off robber with curtain rod, vacuum, cops say
    When a robber armed with a pocket knife tried to steal money from the employees at the Home Fabrics and Rugs store in East Orange county, he got more than he bargained for, deputies say. Javier Ryes Martinez, 31, walked into the home decor store at 1401...
  • Flower class at Oak Park Arms gives seniors 'a little lift'

    Flower class at Oak Park Arms gives seniors 'a little lift'
    The women behind the garden therapy group at the Oak Park Arms retirement community see firsthand the power of flowers. Held on the second Wednesday afternoon of every other month, the group allows for up to 25 people to make a floral arrangement that...
  • Daughter's freeway accident adds a wrinkle in parenting roles

    Let's catch up with one of the children, some of whom aren't quite children anymore, though we will always worry for them a tad too much. One of them got rear-ended the other day while stopped at the freeway exit ramp. When she called, my first question...
  • Rosalind Creasy will discuss growing food at L.A. County Arboretum

    Rosalind Creasy will discuss growing food at L.A. County Arboretum
    Landscape designer and garden writer Rosalind Creasy was an authority on edible gardening long before it became fashionable to rip out your lawn and grow food. The author of the pioneering "Edible Landscaping" will discuss growing, harvesting and...
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House to reopen

    Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House to reopen
    One of Los Angeles' enduring architectural landmarks is reopening to the public after a three-year restoration process. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House, a Maya-inspired National Historic Landmark in Barnsdall Art Park in East Hollywood,...
  • Thornton Abell remodel in Palisades honors past, opens brighter future

    Is the legacy of a Case Study architect a burden or a blessing? For Brenda Spira, the renovation of her Thornton Abell-designed Pacific Palisades home was both, providing an attempt to honor the past and an opportunity for her to move forward. Spira...
  • When hanging a hammock, avoid harming trees

    When hanging a hammock, avoid harming trees
    Our hammock has always been attached to an eye bolt screwed into a tree. When we took down the hammock this fall, we discovered the eye bolt has been completely engulfed by bark. Just swallowed up! We barely got the hammock off. How do we cut (drill?) out...