Uncategorized The Most Popular Finishes in Kitchen Remodels Originally published on nar.realtor on July 10, 2023 From sinks to faucets, find out what consumers prefer when outfitting their new kitchen. Homeowners are still warming up to smart-home technology in the kitchen. For now, they prefer mostly standard options when it comes to faucets and appliances, according to a new survey from Ferguson, a supplier of […]
Uncategorized 11 picturesque places in L.A. to enjoy a summer picnic People lounge in the late-afternoon sun at Barnsdall Art Park. (Calvin B. Alagot / Los Angeles Times) Originally published in the LA Times on June 30, 2023 BY CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS  | STAFF WRITER On any given day in Greater Los Angeles, in any season, the odds of picnic weather are good. And our choice of locations […]
Uncategorized Does L.A. have a barbecue style? Here is our updated list of the city’s best Originally Published in the LA Times on June 22, 2023 Story written by Bill Addison & Danielle Dorsey   Barbecue is the epitome of American food — a style of cooking, with myriad regional variations, built on Indigenous traditions, perfected over centuries (particularly, in Los Angeles, by Black cooks who arrived from the South during […]
Uncategorized 13 chill L.A. parks for when you want to do absolutely nothing Originally Published in the LA Times on June 28, 2023 Photos and Story by Mark Gozonsky Loafing is the most popular lesson of my 20-year teaching career. I got the idea from Walt Whitman, who writes in “Song of Myself”  I loafe and invite my soul, I lean and loafe at my ease observing a […]
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