graham and green in london

last week i came across the london-based shop graham and green via one of my favorite blogs something old, something new. i love almost all of their decorative pieces! they seem to mostly focus on furniture and home accents / decor items, but they have some clothes too. if anything, there items at least make for some eye-candy photos! (all photos from the graham and green website.) my favorites (pictured above) are the moroccan leather pouffes and the moroccan tea light holders. they also have some really adorable kitchen items too (pictured below).


december 12th, 2006 issue of eu

i apologize about slacking on the blog lately. with the holidays in tow, time is just not as expandable as i'd like it to be! but rest assured, i've got lots of posts waiting to be published. and once the new year roles around, i'm sure i will get into a more frequent and regular habit. until then, i'm just going to highlight a few things from this week's entertaining u.

this week in entertaining u we wrote another gift guide! this our fifth one! (you can check the rest out on our homepage at www.eujacksonville.com)

in this week's gift guide erin thursby writes about the not-so-ordinary gifts, such as the gift of lessons or broadway tickets. they're good ideas! also brenton crozier writes about the best albums to give this year, and staples that everyone should have in their collection. and finally, we have the under $20 gifts for kids (for that sibling or friend's kid you are completely drawing a blank on.)

also in this week:

+ video game reviews by norm stovall, including (pictured above, from top to bottom) Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas (for Xbox 360), Elebits (for Nintendo Wii), and Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin (for Nintendo DS).

+ a guide to healthy holidays by erin thursby, which includes recipes and suggestions for healthier alternatives to your average holiday food fare. (pictured above: native sun's produce department)

+ the album review this week (by morgan henley): is the sixth O.C. mix, Covering Our Tracks.

+ checkout the bands playing in the 12 days of Christmas at Jack Rabbits here.


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