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Rare dogs gain acceptance, but some breeders growl

The American Kennel Club helps many new breeds gain acceptance. But in the cloistered world of rare-dog breeding, not everyone welcomes the help...

Got enough Tupperware? Try jeans parties

Designer-jeans parties offer a fun ladies’ night of bargain shopping... But the increasingly popular parties can be hot spots for counterfeits...

Is it art or just a urinal?

San Francisco artist Clark Sorensen creates fully functioning flower-shaped urinals that can be plumbed and used in a bathroom...

A bagel with sentimental value? Bronze it!

Many unexpected items, as well as the ever-popular baby shoe, go into the bronzing vat and emerge as mementos and corporate awards.

Dining through the seasons

Restaurants are taking seasonal dining to a new level, changing the interior design, flower arrangements and menu to match the season...

Spinning an eco-friendly yarn: Knitting goes green

Will knitting mavens be willing to sacrifice beloved shades and textures in order to save the planet?

Theme Parties: The New Fountain of Youth

Young adults may pay their bills and hold down jobs, but many of them party like the children they’d still like to be...

Collective Couture: Young designers join forces

Cutting-edge fashions aren’t the only thing being created by independent designers in New York...

Maraschino makes a comeback

A new generation of cocktail lovers is rediscovering a forgotten Prohibition-era liqueur...

Top tables: Be seated and be seen

Hot restaurants have a new way to lure patrons: the rock-star table...

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