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  • 1st `Romper Room' teacher Nancy Claster dies at 82

    For a generation of children, a high point of their day was sitting in front of the television to watch "Romper Room," hoping Miss Nancy would see them in her "magic mirror." "Romper bomper stomper boo, tell me, tell me, tell me do, magic mirror tell...
  • Return to 'Romper Room'

    She's 30 years into retirement, and it's still happening.Nancy Claster goes about her life -- at the grocery store, the dry cleaner or even the track -- and finds herself cornered by some grown-up, someone who should have put away childish things. And...
  • Get the most out of that gift card

    Spoiler alert: There's a really good chance you'll get a gift card for Christmas. That's not a news flash from the North Pole. It comes instead from the National Retail Federation, which estimated in a recent report that more than 80% of shoppers will...
  • Read Jim Abbott's travel blog: Postcards from Florida

    Read Jim Abbott's travel blog: Postcards from Florida
  • ICFF 2010: A wink on the wall, a green queen, punk teacups and some cocktail therapy

     
    Certain design fans will roll their eyes, but exhibitors hawking some cheeky fun at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair did add to the event's positive vibe. British designer Deborah Bowness premiered wallpaper that reproduced her favorite...
  • Dress yourself in ‘Glee’: TV shows go licensing crazy

     
    Rabid "Glee" fans out there have been snapping up any product related to the hit Fox show, but there hasn't been much, mostly CDs and digital downloads of the cast's cover versions of classic pop and rock songs. That's about......
  • iPhone apps that will spice up your photo albums

     
    The days of simply taking a single photo on your iPhone are fading. The first batch of photo apps we reviewed showed users how to add a border or different tint to a solo photo and many other one-dimensional tweaks. But whether it's stitching several...
  • Art review: 'Rachel Whiteread Drawings' at UCLA Hammer Museum

     
    As a sculptor, Rachel Whiteread has pretty much taken a single, elegant idea and turned it around and around in innumerable ways, both expected and not. Using plaster, resin, concrete and other materials, she mostly makes casts of domestic objects......
  • Music review: John Cage amid the Rauschenbergs

     
    John Cage never tired of describing art as imitating nature in the manner of her operation, an idea he got from Indian philosophy. Accepting the sounds of the environment, he also explained, allowed him to enjoy sounds of the city.......
  • Dan Marty's new showroom gets earthy: Take a peek inside Maison Au Naturel No. 819

     
    Designer and showroom owner Dan Marty has closed his sprawling space in the Pacific Design Center in favor of a smaller showroom on La Cienega Boulevard named Maison Au Naturel No. 819. Marty says that name change reflects his shift toward “more...
  • RNC skewers Obama, Emanuel, Reid, Pelosi, other Democrats with satirical Valentine's Day e-cards

     
    Republican National Committee devises funny cards as fundraising tool tied to you-know-what day....
  • Easter spending expected to increase 1.7%, trade group says

     
    Consumers are ready for spring and plan to spend a little more on Easter this year, according to a survey released Tuesday by the National Retail Federation. The trade group found that the average person will spend $118.60 on the......