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  • HGTV's Angelo Surmelis renovates kitchen in Echo Park home

    HGTV's Angelo Surmelis renovates kitchen in Echo Park home
    AS ANGELO SURMELIS knows all too well, no matter how splendidly you've decorated the rest of your house, guests always end up in the kitchen. That was a problem for Surmelis (pronounced sir-meh-LEASE), host of Home and Garden Television's "Rate My Space"...
  • Stress Free Holiday with IKEA

    Stress Free Holiday with IKEA
    Jennifer Braxton of IKEA gives Better Philly's Joey Fortman some tips on how to stay relaxed and stress free for the holidays while entertaining guests. Jennifer Braxton's tips include planning early, saying "yes" to help, choosing food items that...
  • Celebrity travel: Go away with Juliana Hatfield

    Celebrity travel: Go away with Juliana Hatfield
    Juliana Hatfield had a knack for penning clever songs with her group the Blake Babies. She was an indie sensation. What her fans didn't know was that Hatfield was battling an eating disorder and depression. With her telling memoir "When I Grow Up" (Wiley,...
  • 'Colorado cool' is the boulevard rule

    'Colorado cool' is the boulevard rule
    -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Eagle Rock: A photo caption in Tuesday's Calendar section with an article on the Eagle Rock neighborhood described Occidental College students as taking a break along Colorado Boulevard. The photo showed students on...
  • Rescue-and-refresh methods to primp a patio

    You have three choices when it comes to patio furniture: Spend all of your economic stimulus check -- and then some -- on a glamorous new set from some upscale brand, spend a couple hundred dollars on something more affordable from Target, Home Depot or...
  • In homes with grown-up decor, the kids are all right

    Shortly after learning "mama" and "dada," Ginger and Ruby Rosenheck said "bye-bye" to their highchairs. "They are the lamest, ugliest, most restraining things in the world and when you have twins, highchairs just take over the room," says their mother...
  • Sculptor Jorge Pardo: Is it art or furniture?

    Sculptor Jorge Pardo: Is it art or furniture?
    PERHAPS IT is the polymorphic exuberance of Los Angeles sculptor Jorge Pardo that made him seem such a natural to reinvent L.A. County Museum of Art's display of pre-Columbian art. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Jorge Pardo: An article in today'...
  • An orchestra's multiplier effect

    Swedes -- at least until General Motors took over Saab and Ford, Volvo -- made wonderful cars. We all know about their furniture finesse, however much charm IKEA has lost through ubiquity. Swedish cinema had the great Bergman. ABBA is definitely...
  • Learning Chinese more than a language lesson

    Beijing, China An old Chinese proverb sums up the three months I spent studying Mandarin in Beijing: To suffer and learn, one pays a high price, but a fool can't learn any other way. The famously difficult Chinese language could make a fool out of...
  • 50 simple tips from a year of living the green life

    Photovoltaics on the roof. Geothermal heating under-ground. Spiffy dual-flush toilets all about. This wasn't the nature of our eco-mania. Over the last 12 months, the Home&Garden section embarked on a project we called "Living the Green Life." This...
  • Wacky rubber duck race in Fort Lauderdale benefits Kids in Distress

    Wacky rubber duck race in Fort Lauderdale benefits Kids in Distress
    They came wearing duck-shaped hats. They blew whistles that quacked. And they lined the New River downtown Saturday to cheer on their favorite rubber ducks to the finish line. A truck dumped 20,000 toy ducks into the river during the second annual Duck...