Rock & Faux is the second in the series of Home and Garden staffers getting out and about in the name of DIY. In this installment, garden reporter Beth Botts attends a workshop to make her own stone-look garden trough. She worked with something called hypertufa, a concrete alloy. Also from H&G this week:
Designing for the iPod: Klipsch audio releases the iGroove speaker system. They stick to the iPod design basics (name it i-something, make it black or white, price it between $250-350).
Snoop Patrol: Director Kevin Smith does the q&a this week and it's very strange. Six bedroom house in the Hollywood Hills, "Sea Breeze" astringent and $30,000 rugs...
Excursions : The best home shopping in Forest Park (just west of Oak Park) is on Madison Street. Includes the Jeanine A. Guncheon Gallery, Todd & Holland Tea Merchants, Two Fish Art Glass and Moss Modern Flowers.
Garlic: Inspired by next week's Garlic Festival in Gilroy, Ron Bilaro shares two recipes featuring garlic: Salmon vesuvio and roasted garlic/cucumber spread.