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  • Buick Adding Small Sedan, Crossover to Lineup

     
    The recent success of the redesigned LaCrosse sedan has reinvigorated the Buick brand in the U.S. So much so that GM plans to add three new Buick models in the next few years, including a small sedan and small crossover.......
  • BOGO: Adopt 2 cats and second fee is waived

     
    Cats make wonderful pets for many reasons. And two can be better than one: They keep each other company and play. And there's nothing more adorable than one washing the other's face and snuggling together for a nap. The siblings I adopted two years ago...
  • IKEA to phase out traditional incandescent light bulbs, and that's just the beginning

     
    UPDATED: Please read a more complete version of this article. IKEA’s announcement today that its 48 U.S. and Canadian stores will stop selling incandescent light bulbs by year’s end has sustainability bloggers buzzing, but the real story isnâ...
  • Meet the Tea Party candidates while you can

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Christopher Crawford is a 22-year-old from Orlando whose only reported assets are a 1991 Acura Integra worth $2,000 and an IKEA couch. But as of last week, he's a Tea Party candidate for a Florida Senate seat centered 400 miles away in...
  • Red Chair Auction deadline today as we head toward Red Chair Affair

     
    Attention, arts groups: Don't forget the deadline is at 5 p.m. today to complete your survey/entry if you want to participate in the Red Chair Project's Red Chair Auction in August. Arts supporters, we'll get the chance to view the group's decorated...
  • Post-Katrina: The quest for better emergency shelter

     
    The January earthquake in Haiti reminded us that in the face of natural disasters, the design community has an opportunity -- some might say a responsibility -- to create relief housing for the millions of people around the world displaced by natural...
  • Times Past: Could IKEA have beaten this?

     
    Snapshots from The Times archives: Jan. 8, 1967 Such a deal: sofa, chair, coffee and end tables, lamp and a piece of art — plus a 25-inch TV console — for less than $700. And a Tijuana Brass album for qualifying buyers. But even more amazing: a s...
  • Home tour: Santa Monica Shangri-La

     
    When they married, Bob Ramirez and Lorri Kline made a modest proposal for their dream home: "We wanted a small farm that was Santa Monica-adjacent," Ramirez says, "a place where we could start our family, grow our own food and raise chickens." Ten years...
  • Red Chair Affair kicks off Central Florida’s arts season

     
    The annual Red Chair Affair is a chance to sit down at the table of Central Florida’s arts offerings. And enjoy the feast. “We really want people to get a taste of what’s happening,” said Autumn Ames, executive director of the Arts...
  • Video: 100 cats invade IKEA

     
    What happens when you release 100 felines into an English IKEA? Just because?! Find out above in the "Inception" of Internet cat videos. Can we get the two-and-a-half hour version now, please? -- David Greenwald...
  • 100 cats turned loose in an IKEA store to film commercial; 'making-of' spot becomes a Web hit

     
    What happens when you set 100 cats loose in an IKEA furniture store after all the customers have gone home? Well, predictably, you'll get some fur on the couches and linens, you'll have a few kitty swatting matches and you......