Are you a big fan of Bonanza? Probably not as big as Lorne Greene, the actor who played Ben Cartwright on the show. He liked the Ponderosa set so much, he built a replica home in Mesa, Arizona, and now it's for sale.
Here's a little magic for your Friday afternoon: Tony Potter, an illusionist for 20 years, has recently turned his sights toward woodworking. His first project will make oenophiles gasp in horror (when their bottles disappear) and delight (when they emerge unscathed).
Over at fashion designer Nicole Bridger's journal, she's moving along and laying out sweet inspiration and direction for her Love Cure inspired by our Cures. The last daily project? "Decorate. Fill your home with beautiful visual reminders to come from a place of love in your day. I love hearts. Paper Source sells a great paper heart banner or you could easily make one yourself. Copper wire lights always add a bit of sparkle. Buy yourself some flowers, your favourite flowers..." Head over to her journal for more.
Amazon could be coming to a mall near you. The company, which started as an online bookseller and is often cited as the reason bookstores have gone out of business, is planning up to 400 brick-and-mortar locations of Amazon Books.
If you've been waiting all night long for a Lionel Richie tableware line, well, that's really specific, but you've got your wish. The "Hello" singer launched Lionel Richie Home last month and he uses nothing else in his own home.