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Lillian August helps Greenwich residents outfit their homes

25 Jan 2013
The new year offers a great opportunity for Greenwich residents to re-outfit, remodel or otherwise update their luxury homes . Each year can be viewed as a chance to start fresh and create a new environment for your home. However, once you have decided to begin such a project, you will need the ideal supplies bring your ideas to life. In many inst Read More
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Celebrating a local Cape Cod photographer

25 Jan 2013
As a region filled with artists of all kinds, Cape Cod takes its local art scene seriously. In fact, hardly a week goes by that doesn't feature some type of local art show or exhibit. The new year will be no different, as there are already plans in place for several events showcasing the work of some of the Cape's most talented residents. Read More
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LA residents bring floating staircases into their homes

25 Jan 2013
There are many aspects of Los Angeles luxury real estate that set it apart from the residences found in most neighboring communities. Lush landscaping, pristine pools and awe-inspiring views are beloved elements of many homes in the area. However, it is the residents' penchant for trend-setting styles and interior design approaches that truly Read More
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The rapid rise of Carmel's Aubergine restaurant

25 Jan 2013
When Zagat released its 2012 San Francisco Bay Area Restaurant Survey, a surprise entrant appeared in the list's coveted top five. Typically, the top spots are reserved for Bay Area haute-cuisine stalwarts like Chez Panisse and Manresa. However, Aubergine, a meteorically rising restaurant in Carmel-by-the-Sea that didn't even appear on the Read More
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High-end home sales climb on the Cape

25 Jan 2013
Property values have been rising throughout Massachusetts for several months, and recent data reveals that those gains have officially translated to Cape Cod homes , particularly luxury homes . According to the Boston Herald , demand has increased substantially for high-priced homes across the Cape, leading to a nearly 25 percent increase in activ Read More
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Design tips for beachfront Palm Beach homes

25 Jan 2013
With their sweeping ocean vistas and sunlight-rich rooms, Palm Beach homes are the perfect spots for creative and vibrant interior design choices. Many residents spend years perfecting their houses' interiors, bringing in new elements geared toward creating a unique atmosphere. Unsurprisingly, many Palm Beach homeowners aim for an ocean-influe Read More
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Pasadena residents can hear Pachelbel's Canon as it was originally written

25 Jan 2013
Many classical music aficionados find it hard to enjoy performances without wondering what the music would have sounded like when it was originally performed. In the hundreds of years since the bulk of the classical music canon was created, instrumentation and performance techniques have transformed significantly, which means that the music we hea Read More
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Two great winter attractions for Greenwich residents

25 Jan 2013
One of the true perks of living in one of the luxury homes in Greenwich is the city's proximity to many of the Northeast's most popular vacation and recreation destinations. Although the winter can feel long, people who live in this exclusive enclave often find that the region's abundance of cold-weather hot spots can make the season much more tha Read More
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Philanthropist Bunny Mellon sells historic Cape Cod estate

25 Jan 2013
Rachel 'Bunny' Mellon is perhaps best known for having helped her friend Jacqueline Kennedy design the White House Rose Garden, but it is the work Mellon did on a one-of-a-kind Cape Cod property that might be her most enduring legacy. Over many years, Mellon transformed the beachfront residence into a stunning testament to expert landscapi Read More
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Los Angeles-based abstract painter display seven new works

25 Jan 2013
Martin Durazo, a Los Angeles-based abstract painter who has hosted shows around the world, has made his name by creating intense, physically imposing paintings that elicit strong, often conflicting reactions from viewers. His latest show takes this style to new heights, as the seven recently finished paintings on display are just as dramatic as hi Read More