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Special to The Morning CallIf you haven't been to Pier 1 Imports lately, you won't recognize the place. The aisles are less cluttered and easier to navigate. The furniture is no longer stacked. Vignettes show how a room can be put together. The look is contemporary with global...
Tribune reporterBig—or, in Sarah Susanka's case, not so big—matters. But just as important, says the architect/author famous for her "build better, not bigger" philosophy: Beauty matters. Beauty? "If something is beautiful," she told us in a recent phone...
Tags: Poetry, North Carolina, Apple iPod
The Hartford CourantTen guests, $100. That was our challenge, to put on a holiday dinner party for at least 10 people and keep the food bill under $100. We did it with $5.52 to spare - and although we had only eight invited guests at the table, we had enough leftovers to...
Tags: Holidays, Kohl's Illinois, Inc., Shrimp, Recipes
Special to The SunCooke's Hope, once an early American settlement, aims to offer those seeking refuge on the Eastern Shore an upscale neighborhood with an old-fashioned flair. A stone marker in front of the 15-year-old community shows that Lord Baron of Baltimore gave...
Sun StaffTalk about a place with low self-esteem. The city of Buffalo, whose name suggests oxen and whose dominant winter accessory is the snowbank, isn't big on promotion. Grab a taxi outside the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and ask the driver, "Say,...
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