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Published: Fri, 30 Sep 2016 05:33:17 GMT2016-09-30T05:33:17Z


Ask Jennifer Adams: Decorating with a tropical Hawaiian theme

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 05:33:17 GMT2016-09-30T05:33:17Z

Q: As a kamaaina of Hawaii now living in California, I long for the tropics, so I decided I would do as much as I could to make our home feel more tropical. We are having bamboo wood valances installed on all windows in the bar, living room, bedroom, and

Sept. 30-Oct. 6: In the garden, it's time to ...

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 05:31:19 GMT2016-09-30T05:31:19Z

Clean out the vegetable garden. Anything that's not being productive needs to get out to make room for the last-ditch winter greens you'll plant next week. Anything that looks diseased or full of bugs goes into the trash or far from the garden. Everything else can go in the compost.

Changing Skyline: City Council's Clarke and Blackwell push outdated proposal to turn Philadelphia into suburbia

Thu, 29 Sep 2016 22:06:30 GMT2016-09-29T22:06:30Z

Watch out, Philadelphia. Here come the suburbanizers. A mere four years after City Council approved a modern zoning code designed to encourage traditional urban densities and transit, two of its most powerful members are campaigning to take us back to the bad, old days when neighborhoods were hemorrhaging population, city planners were managing for decline, and the idea that Philadelphia would cease to be a real city seemed like a real possibility.

Boating on Manayunk Canal? 200 years after Schuylkill was dammed, a new look

Fri, 23 Sep 2016 13:08:25 GMT2016-09-23T13:08:25Z

It's been 200 years since we began taming the Schuylkill, building 32 dams that made the shallow, rocky waterway passable for coal barges and that powered the mill towns springing up along the water's edge.

Sept. 23-29: In the garden, it's time to ...

Fri, 23 Sep 2016 05:33:26 GMT2016-09-23T05:33:26Z

Send your lawn mower for a checkup. Remember the three-week wait for a tune-up last spring? Right now, we're sandwiched between tractor repairs and snowblowers, and unless we get some serious rain, you're probably not going to use the mower for the next f

Ask Jennifer Adams: Redecorating a 50's bath: Replace the tile or reglaze?

Fri, 23 Sep 2016 05:33:07 GMT2016-09-23T05:33:07Z

Q: I have a pink-and-black bathroom that I want to update. Should I have the tile glazed a neutral beige/tan color or try to work with the existing tile? I know there is a "save the pink bathroom" movement, but I don't know what colors to paint

Ask Jennifer Adams: High arched restaurant faucet for the kitchen

Fri, 16 Sep 2016 05:34:12 GMT2016-09-16T05:34:12Z

Q: My husband and I are planning to remodel our kitchen, and we absolutely love the high-end restaurant-kitchen look. We both enjoy cooking. We also entertain a lot, so it makes sense. What can you tell us about those big, high-arched faucets for home use? The ones I see in big-box stores seem smaller and don't have that spring.    - S.

Check out this fish-y chest of drawers at the Philadelphia Flea Markets

Fri, 16 Sep 2016 05:33:50 GMT2016-09-16T05:33:50Z

Vintage whimsy Flea-market season ain't over yet. Philadelphia Flea Markets heads Saturday to the Main Line to set up shop in Ardmore.