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February 15, 2013 | By John Verive
Have you heard the buzz of excited beer fans or seen mention of a mythical beer of white-whale proportions? It's time for Pliny the Younger -- considered one of the best beers in the world --  to make its annual appearance at the better craft beer destinations in the Southland. What about the beer compels people to line up for hours, or purchase raffle tickets , just for a chance to taste it? Pliny the Younger, brewed in Santa Rosa at Russian River Brewing Co., is not to be confused with Russian River's more-common Pliny the Elder.
October 31, 1993 | From Reader's Digest
Last year, homeowners spent $103.4 billion on residential projects, according to Home Center magazine.
April 24, 1993 | From Associated Press
Antique picture frames are highly valued collectibles in Europe, where they are often displayed, without canvases, as art in their own right. Such is not the case in the United States. According to Traditional Home magazine, many galleries and even some museums--until recently--routinely discarded old frames, considering them out of style or not worth restoring. Even today, savvy frame collectors are rare, and old frames are often ignored.
October 3, 1993
Most home improvement projects are undertaken within two years of purchase or shortly before the sale of a home, according to Home Center magazine.
September 26, 1993 | From Reader's Digest
Last year homeowners spent more than $45 billion on maintenance and home repairs, according to Home Center magazine.
June 9, 1985
Our interest in Home magazine had gradually descended to zero. Then all of a sudden--today, April 28, we have a fascinating knock-out edition covering all bases. What goes? Please keep it up. Earle C. Voorhies South Pasadena
May 18, 2008 | Whitney Friedlander, Times Staff Writer
It was the 1950s. America was a superpower, and the Los Angeles area was the center of it. The space race was on. A car culture was emerging. So were millions of postwar babies. Businesses needed ways to get families out of their automobiles and into coffee shops, bowling alleys, gas stations and motels. They needed bright signs and designs showing that the future was now. They needed color and new ideas. They needed Googie.
January 22, 2011
1968 Year that the house was first featured in the L.A. Times Home magazine 600 Square feet covered by the house's six concrete towers 4,000 Square feet of living space supported by those six towers 0 Number of handrails along steps connecting the home's seven levels 50,000 Cost of the lot in dollars in 1967 2.6 million Dollar value of property today, excluding...
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