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  • Celebrate the holidays with pet safety in mind

    Celebrate the holidays with pet safety in mind
    Q: How can we make the holiday season safer and happier for our pets?
  • Dig a hole, plant flower bulbs for spring blooms

     Dig a hole, plant flower bulbs for spring blooms
    As autumn approaches and temperatures begin to cool off, the time is right to plant spring-flowering bulbs, say the folks at Home, Garden and Homestead. There might be no easier way to start gardening or add color to a flower bed than adding bulbs, said...

    How to keep pets safe during the holidays

    The holidays are all about spending time with your family and friends, and that includes man's best friend, or his feline counterpart, if you happen to be a pet owner. The idea is to let your pet be involved in the festivities, while protecting it from...

    For the record

    LACMA review: In the Dec. 9 Calendar section, a review of the Pierre Huyghe retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art said that, according to LACMA, the ASPCA had approved the participation of a live dog in the exhibition. LACMA has since said...

    Warm spots in Pierre Huyghe's often chilly Conceptualism at LACMA

    The traveling 20-year retrospective of French Conceptual artist Pierre Huyghe turns the Los Angeles County Museum of Art into a mammoth vivarium — a carefully orchestrated, walk-in terrarium-cum-aquarium. The exhibition creates a self-contained...