Fall 2009

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This custom dining chair goes through fire to get its edgy elegance.

Intermission with David DiChiera

Michigan Opera Theatre’s impresario fills his Palmer Park-area home with treasured musical mementos, but the 1922 house is spacious enough for him to set the stage for large parties.

When to Pull the Plug

We've all heard the stories of faithful appliances that have served their masters well past their predicted obsolescence.

Parks for Pooches

Winter is just around the corner. Soon, walks with our best (furry) friends will be reduced to a quick, mandatory backyard dash.

A Call to Order

The juxtaposition of dissimilar objects in Robert Wilbert’s art encourages the imagination to take flight. In this oil painting, for instance, one wonders about the significance of a goat and a plaster monk behind a female mannequin.

Comfort in a Bowl

Take the chill out of a brisk autumn day with a piping-hot serving of butternut squash soup. Gourds are not only in season, they’re high in nutrients, too.
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