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A House With a View

Bruce Stoffmacher and Camille Landau left the smog and sprawl of Los Angeles and moved to the Bay Area two years ago.

Wild for Wedgewoods

When Laura Mankikar was working in the high-tech field as a technical writer, she never envisioned herself as a shopkeeper, especially not one specializing in stoves built before the age of computers.

What's Old Is New Again

The modern-day kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s the room where meals and memories are made; where parties begin and end. It’s one of, if not the, most important rooms of the house.

What's Old Is New Again

The modern-day kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s the room where meals and memories are made; where parties begin and end. It’s one of, if not the, most important rooms of the house.

Green Shapes

Looking for a beautiful handcrafted redwood planter, locally made with reclaimed redwood?

Real Estate Wrap Up

Central Berkeley, two-bedroom, one-bathroom, 1,100-square-foot Craftsman bungalow with a detached studio cottage

The Best of Alameda 2010

Alameda Magazine celebrates Island living all year long, but once a year we pull out all the stops for the annual Best of Alameda issue.

Home Tour

The One and Only Remodel

Traditions

Christmas is the biggest holiday with more than 20,000 lights strung around the house and the decorations placed carefully around the yard.

Too Many Cooks?

When eight East Bay culinary divas stir the pot and spill the beans, what you get is a sizzling stir fry of raucous musings, candidness, collaboration, ebullience and deliciousness.