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Pet doors: the ins and outs
At her owner's request for a demonstration, the energetic pup bounded through the little built-in rectangle escape. She circled the backyard and reappeared at the side door where she barked to get back inside Thursday, 10:56 AM
Holiday centerpieces, naturally
The trick to creating interesting holiday flower arrangements is to walk around your garden and see what you've got, UC Master Gardener Roberta Barnes advised during a recent stroll through the Palo Alto Demonstration Garden, adjacent to Eleanor Pardee Park. Thursday, 10:37 AM
Mountain View home listings continue their downward trend
It's unlikely that you'll wake up 12 years from now and discover that there are no homes for sale in Mountain View -- that's assuming the current three-year trend in new listings numbers doesn't continue. Tuesday, 10:58 AM | 6 comments
On a daily basis, I am still awestruck with the beauty and bounty of the world we live in with its deliciously moderate weather year-round, and gorgeous hills beautifully covered with lovely native landscaping and trees for as far as the eye can see. Wednesday, 10:01 AM
A bright light on a cool garden
How could Gamble Garden enhance its fundraising efforts while showcasing its value as a community asset? Wednesday, 10:48 AM
A deeper look at Old Mountain View
Seven homes, dating from 1895 to just last year, highlight the upcoming Mountain View Education Foundation house tour through Old Mountain View this weekend. Thursday, 11:24 AM
Local groups help hoarders conquer the clutter
"Everybody knows somebody who hoards. We just don't talk about it," said Emily Farber, a social worker case manager with Palo Alto nonprofit Avenidas. Read the stories of people who have faced this issue head on. Wednesday, 1:22 PM
Keeping water off the street
In the midst of California's driest year on record -- and $500 fines for sprinkler runoff as of Aug. 1 -- residents with out-of-date or problematic irrigation systems are due for an upgrade. Thursday, 12:25 PM
New life in Old Mountain View
Old Mountain View is not quite living up to its name. Old trees line the sidewalks and populate the various parks, but beneath their soft, aged shade new, young families are out and about enjoying, once again, the perpetual blue skies. Wednesday, 2:51 PM | 7 comments
A Fresh Look
Got baskets? Most of us have a closet full of baskets we don't know what to do with. Don't let them gather dust -- put them to use in new ways! Here are a few ideas for using them throughout your home: Thursday, 10:38 AM
V is for 'Victory'
The dedication of Palo Alto's Museum of American Heritage to the history of technological innovation from 1750 to 1950 is reflected today both inside and out, with a newly thriving replica of a "Victory Garden." Thursday, 11:11 AM
Local Realtors outselling most in country
Three local Realtor teams and 14 individuals were among the top 250 salespeople in the country in 2013, in rankings announced by Real Trends in ads that appeared in the Wall Street Journal on June 27. Thursday, 2:41 PM
How big is that house, really?
A home's square footage is a number easily misrepresented, especially when determining ever-ambiguous "liveable space." Measurements can be taken in numerous ways, and what to include in those measurements -- garages, basements or porches -- is often unclear. Thursday, 10:48 AM | 1 comments
Emergency preparedness: Are you ready?
Most emergencies are completely unpredictable. Local authorities are required by law to prepare an emergency plan so that resources and experienced people are on standby to respond quickly and in the best possible way when a major crisis -- of whatever kind -- occurs. Tuesday, 8:42 PM
Reaping the benefits of gardening
Growing up as an "army brat," Pam Scott recalled moving around the country in her youth. While her state of residence continuously changed, one thing remained constant. Thursday, 10:19 AM | 1 comments
Real estate: a way to diversify
The stock market is volatile, interest rates are negligible and the economic future is uncertain. So, what is a good investment today? Wednesday, 12:01 PM
No cookie-cutter homes here
"A 3-story tower and roof deck emerges among vibrant evergreens, providing a unique vantage point of the surrounding townscape." Wednesday, 10:11 AM
Artwork to 'chair'-ish
Discovery of 60 wooden folding chairs dating back to the 1930s hidden in ancient rolling drawers underneath a stage has inspired The Woman's Club of Palo Alto to give new meaning to recycling and repurposing. Wednesday, 12:40 PM
Who you gonna call?
The perfect utopian home would be something like this: light bulbs that never went out, living room paint that remained forever crisp and vibrant, drains that never backed up and doors that never got stuck. Wednesday, 9:36 AM
Real Estate Matters
If last year was any indication, 2014 should be another exceptional year for home sellers across the Bay Area. Thursday, 12:58 PM
What is a garden anyway? Why do gardens make so much difference in our lives and why do we fall in love, raise our children and grow old together in them so much better than if we live our whole lives indoors? Wednesday, 3:58 PM
A winemaker's dream
A doorbell decorated with grapes announces visitors to the home of David Bulfer and Kelly Pope. That's fitting, since they recently built a wine workshop and are educating themselves about winemaking. Monday, 2:58 PM