When Colleen Beights decided to renovate the kitchen of her 19th-century farmhouse on Old Trail golf course—literally, the course was built around the centuries-old structure—everyone thought she was crazy. But, for the freelance interior designer, it was hard to imagine dreaming up anything in the space, be it a family meal or a creative thought. […]
Attention all foodies! The elusive chef will grace us with his presence next week.
HOW TO: Host a girls’ night in GUEST WORK Consider who of your friends would really love the theme of the party or who deserves a nice night in. Has a pal been working 60-hour weeks? Did you recently meet someone whom you’d like to get to know better? These questions inform the evening’s guest list. […]
Best Of C-VILLE 2010 is on stands now!
Warming trend Lille Smallwood wears a Bantu one-piece bathing suit ($120) and Sonja R. rings ($48 each) from Derriere de Soie (105 E. Main St., 977-7455). Suit yourself Meredith Heiderman wears an Aloha Navy Paisley bikini from Duo ($38, 101 Elliewood Ave., 979-1212). Splash of color Broocks Willich wears a Mouillé fuschia bikini […]
Does this really need an introduction?
Still no public recognition for Brick Watch, but that’s OK. Friday wasn’t about us – it was about our beautiful Mall.
Last night, as we said they would, City Council met to review the Mall rebricking project. Here’s what we came away with.
Mornin’, bricksters! Whether it’s a good morning is a different topic. Brick Watch was set to get a cup of coffee before work today but was nearly deterred by a looming cloud of dust at the west 200 block.
Brick Watch has the answers to all your paver-related questions.
And we thought everything was going so smoothly.
Good morning, fellow brick watchers! The sun is shining, the air is crisp, and the bricks are still coming up one by one.
So many things to share with you about bricks, so little reason to devote an entire blog post to each of them.
â€œSo far so good,â€ says Debbie Brewer, who works at The Mole Hole. â€œTheyâ€™re doing such a good job, the way theyâ€™re doing it. Block by block.â€