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Welcome to Philotopia
By Matt Hormann
Engineer Phil Blum discovers that balance is the key to restoring his 102-year-old Craftsman home in Pasadena thereby creating his own "Philotopia".
Riverside's Wood Streets: Rediscovering a Practical Lifestyle
By Carol McDoniel
Residents of Riverside, Calif., encourage preservation and embrace an idyllic, efficient lifestyle that promotes community, proximity, and sustainability.
Historic Seattle Arts and Crafts Guild: Good Company
By Kathleen Donohue, with Jessica Greenway
20 years ago, a fun-loving group of Arts and Crafts aficionados created the Historic Seattle Arts and Crafts Guild to share their hobby. Today, the Guild has evolved in to an organization of some of the country's top Arts and Crafts collectors and educators.
A High-Tech Life, Gone to Pot
By David Kramer
For Jacquie and John Walton, when one door closes in California, another door opens in Portland, Oregon, which leads to a new life focused on community preservation, and the opportunity to fulfill a dream of creating ceramic pottery.
Urbanna Bungalow Rescue
By Linda Tjossem
In a new feature, Letters form Home, reader Linda Tjossem tells the story of how Walt Hurley and Robert Major bring a dilapidated old eyesore back to its full splendor in Urbanna, VA.