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Three of the open houses are in Noe Valley, prime hunting ground for young couples with jobs down the Peninsula— the neighborhood is well-served by private transport companies— plus a cottage in a little-known enclave and a downtown condo. We'll let you decide on the sublime/ridiculous part in the comments.

This month, we announced the winners of our highly prized CH+D Awards. Now, get the inside scoop from all the winners!For interior designer Jay Jeffers, winning the CH+D award for Residential Interior Design (less than 3,000 SQ. FT.) was a personal affair since he submitted his own home. We asked Jeffers to tell us a bit more about his favorites—favorite stores, architects and design trends.

Whichever way you slice it, the modern-meets-rustic design of Mill Valley’s new Tamalpie Pizzeria hits the spot.

Looking for a cultural excursion? You're in luck. Golden Gate Park's de Young Museum is on a roll, featuring three must-see exhibits this spring.

This month, we announced the winners of our highly prized CH+D Awards. Now, get the inside scoop from all the winners!Culver City-based architect Zoltan E. Pali won a big award for a big project—CH+D Award for Residential Architecture for Residential Architecture (More Than 3,000 Sq. Ft.). We contacted the Pali to find out his SoCal loves and hates.

In celebration of artist Ed Moses' 85th birthday in April 2011, the William Turner Gallery in Venice presented a "then and now" look of the Los Angeles art scene. A body of work spanning from the mid-1950s to the present, the exhibit incorporated a cross-generational approach on the friendships, direction and shared experiences that make up the city's artistic community.

Over the summer, we told you about one of our favorite SF-based woodworkers, Jeremiah Nielson. We’ve long obsessed over his Mid-Century-style pieces, and were recently stuck by one of his new pieces, the “Bay Window Desk.”

This month, we announced the winners of our highly prized CH+D Awards. Now, get the inside scoop from all the winners!When architect Jonathan Feldman won a CH+D Award for Residential Architecture (less than 3,000 sq. ft.), he had two entities to thank: fellow architect Cliff May and the humble caterpillar. In this web extra, we asked him for some more insights on design.

Are you ready for spring? So are we! So in honor of the quickly-approaching season, our pick for this week's must-see shop is the Toronto-based Chive. Their pretty vases are just the thing for showing-off spring's best blooms.

Los Angeles doesn't have a monopoly on bad taste, but it often seems like the city is the nexus of highly individual tastes and money.

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