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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: 1716 LOCUST

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1716 LOCUST

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: LOSE WEIGHT AND EAT RIGHT!

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LOSE WEIGHT AND EAT RIGHT!

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: CUSTOMER SERVICE ON BHG.COM

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CUSTOMER SERVICE ON BHG.COM

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Visit our Redesigned Food & Recipes Center

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Visit our Redesigned Food & Recipes Center

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: COLOR-A-ROOM

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COLOR-A-ROOM

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Living by the book

Pages: 24, 26, 28, 30, 33

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Living by the book

Let your home decorating take a page from your favorite books.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: A TELLING TALE OF COLOR

Pages: 34, 36, 38, 40

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A TELLING TALE OF COLOR

A book jacket inspires this Massachusetts publisher to bring together vibrant colors, layers of texture, and multiple patterns in her guest suite.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Passport to Global Style

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Passport to Global Style

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: WRAPPED ATTENTION

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WRAPPED ATTENTION

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: New Look for Wood Floors

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New Look for Wood Floors

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: CUTTING EDGE

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CUTTING EDGE

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: TOOLS OF THE TRADE

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TOOLS OF THE TRADE

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Green Space

Page: 48

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Green Space

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: PUTTING VINTAGE TO WORK

Pages: 53, 54, 56, 58

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PUTTING VINTAGE TO WORK

Clean colors, classic materials, tall cabinetry, and lots of clever storage nooks bring this old California kitchen up to the speed of life for dual attorneys.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: GROWING A PASSION IN MINIATURE

Pages: 60, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68

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GROWING A PASSION IN MINIATURE

A bonsai gardener nurtures small trees and shrubs that reflect in their stylized shapes both the beauty and the stresses of a larger natural world.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: INTO THE ROSE GARDEN

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INTO THE ROSE GARDEN

All-America Rose Selections announces four new rose varieties for 2006. AARS is a nonprofit organization of rose growers and originators that conducts extensive two-year trials in conditions and climates typical of home gardens. AARS makes its selection based on flower production, color, fragrance, and disease resistance.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: LET IT SNOW

Page: 72

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LET IT SNOW

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Double-Dip Fun

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Double-Dip Fun

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Oh My Darling

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Oh My Darling

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Teamwork: Beer, Blue Cheese, and Cheddar

Page: 74

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Teamwork: Beer, Blue Cheese, and Cheddar

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: CHECKING INTO kid-safe hotels

Pages: 76, 78

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CHECKING INTO kid-safe hotels

Child care and kids' clubs are a growing part of hotel services. Parents can make sure kids have a good time-- and stay safe-- with these strategies.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Exploring the Realm of Red

Pages: 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88

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Exploring the Realm of Red

You can't accuse Daily Howard of being fickle.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Planted to the Brim

Pages: 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96

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Planted to the Brim

Landscape designer Chris Olsen is a passionate plant collector, a fact that becomes obvious from the first step into his garden. Under a canopy of more than 30 varieties of trees, beds overflow with a wide array of plants, from phlox to fan palms. Containers boasting begonias, boxwoods, and ground covers that range from dense moss to bright flag grass fill every remaining nook.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Renovating a Collector's Haven

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Renovating a Collector's Haven

Jean Locey, by her own admission, collects everything-- ironstone, blue-and-white pottery, glassware, rag rugs, wicker baskets, and Early American antiques. So when she and her husband, retired art teacher Bruce Grasmeyer, remodeled their 200-year-old farmhouse in Ithaca, New York, creating more room to organize and display those collections was a primary goal. "I wanted things to be accessible," explains Jean, whose home won Best Remodeling in our 2004 Better Home Better Living contest.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: SMALL APPETITES

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SMALL APPETITES

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: The Right Sitter

Page: 134

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The Right Sitter

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: RESOLVE TEMPERATURE TANTRUMS

Page: 134

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RESOLVE TEMPERATURE TANTRUMS

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: THE TRUTH ABOUT FLU

Page: 136

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THE TRUTH ABOUT FLU

Sort fact from hype about influenza, including the increasingly scary bird flu

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Super-Charged Foods

Page: 138

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Super-Charged Foods

It's time to move those dusty, forgotten packages of red beans in the back of your pantry to a place of greater prominence. Red beans lead a recent list of disease-fighting foods reported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: BABY STEPS

Page: 138

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BABY STEPS

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Q&A

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Q&A

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Write it off

Pages: 142, 144

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Write it off

Journal writing is one of the best ways to deal with stress, sorrow, and a host of other everyday problems.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: THE RED HAT GARDEN

Page: 145

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THE RED HAT GARDEN

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2006 Magazine Article: Snow Day

Page: 148

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Snow Day

There's nothing like a good snowstorm to put you back in touch with your family.

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