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The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.
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A new educational space that can accommodate lectures and classes is planned adjacent to the popular attraction in Oak Park, Ill.
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A top builder explains how the process works, from design to launching.
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When one couple built a home of their own, they wanted space for animals and jam sessions — and no neighbors close enough to complain.
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When a Bay Area couple built a home of their own, they wanted room for animals and jam sessions — and no neighbors close enough to complain.
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What’s the most useful thing you didn’t realize you needed? A stylish place to put all those odds and ends.
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The debate over cultural appropriation and fashion intensifies.
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A triplex designed by architect-owner Cary Paik goes on the market for $13.5 million.
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A 4,700-square-foot triplex with a 1,600-square-foot roof terrace goes on the market for $13.5 million.
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For “Captain” Kirk Douglas and his family, home is where the art — and the music — is.
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