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Organize Jewelry and Accessories With These Smart and Easy DIYs

July 29, 2015 12:03 pm

If it seems almost impossible to keep your necklaces, rings, and other accessories neat and organized, read on! These smart tips will show you new, smart ways to keep your jewelry and accessories tidy and tangle-free. Best of all, you can make them yourself — inexpensively!

Antique Saucer Jewelry Storage [Buzzfeed]
Store your everyday jewelry right out in the open by using a few china tea saucers. You can usually find them at your local thrift store, and they make a good place to corral loose rings, bracelets, and earrings.

Hanging Thread Organizer [onegoodthingbyjillee.com]
Make a quick visit to your local craft store and purchase a wooden thread organizer. This handy storage solution is meant to hold spools of thread, but its numerous wooden pegs are also perfect for hanging necklaces and bracelets on the back of a door, on the wall, or inside of a cabinet.

Corkboard Jewelry Holder [beehiveandbirdsnest.com]
Many people have an unused corkboard tucked away in a closet, and if you don’t, you can easily pick one up for cheap at an office supply store. Place attractive push-pins all over the corkboard and arrange them in a way that best suits your jewelry collection.

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Blue Cow Kitchen: Inspired Seasonal Cooking

July 22, 2015 12:42 pm

Blue Cow Kitchen features an innovative take on sandwiches, small plates and entrees, plus seasonally inspired cocktails, wine and craft beer. The menu showcases local farms and artisan food producers. Stop in for lunch to feast on The BC “Blue Label” Burger with dry aged ground beef, bone marrow butter, bordeaux braised onions & aioli on a buttermilk bun or Country Fried Chicken Rolls with buttermilk fried chicken, mustard, pickle & slaw served on mini Hawaiian rolls. Dinner rolls out sumptuous fare like Curried Cauliflower with potatoes, garbanzo beans & roasted cauliflower, Steak & Smoked Spinach with grilled tenderloin, smoked cream of spinach & roasted fingerling potatoes, and Fish with Foraged Lemon, roasted sunchokes, spinach, meyer lemon & breadcrumbs. Open Mondays through Saturdays.

Blue Cow Kitchen
350 S. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90071
(213) 621-2249

www.bluecowkitchen.com
www.yelp.com/biz/blue-cow-kitchen-los-angeles

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National Parks in Southern California: Explore the Region’s Complex Eco-Systems

July 15, 2015 12:04 pm

Southern California has more to offer than famous faces and Hollywood hills. Leave the crowds behind to visit two of the finest national parks in the country.

Joshua Tree National Park
At the border of San Bernadino and Riverside counties lies Joshua Tree National Park. Roughly the size of Rhode Island, the park includes parts of both the Mojave and the Colorado deserts. The creosote bush dominates the eastern side of the park, while the western side is covered in native Joshua trees. The Little San Bernadino Mountains line the southwest edge. At a glance, Joshua Tree might appear bleak and barren, but up close you’ll see a remarkably complex ecosystem. This is also a popular destination for stargazing because of its impressively dark skies.

Channel Islands National Park
Channel Islands National Park comprises five of the eight Channel Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Located off the coast of southern California, these isolated havens provide a getaway from the densely populated mainland. Santa Cruz Island is the largest of the five. Covered in caves, coves, cliffs, and sandy beaches, the 2000 census showed an official population of just two people! The island is also home to the infamous Devil’s Peak.

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