The second and final installment of our resident expert's top picks for the year's greatest hits in outdoor furnishing.

Eichler cartoonist Brian Narelle shows us how to take a fishing vacation without ever leaving our property. Put that flat roof to good use!

Preservationists are organizing around the Century 21 domes in San Jose, where an expiring 50-year land lease has put the three mid-1960s-era theaters at risk of demolition.

It’s going to be great to spend a lot of time in the yard or on the patio this summer. But now that you’re out there so much, it might be time for some new furnishings. Eichler Network’s Tanja Kern shares her favorites for this season in a two-part outdoor furnishing special.

This week will be a big one for that enchanting but crumbling Carter Sparks gem we looked at earlier in Fair Oaks. The house and lot listed for sale on Friday, with an asking price of $279,900. It's already getting offers.

Tips from a remodeler of many kitchens on how to create a flow from indoors to out, for seamless summer dining.

The polls close June 30. Make your voice heard!

Of course you can buy kits for mid-century modern playhouses. With the kids home from school, it might be time to do just that.

It’s been a hard-fought battle to preserve Edgewood Plaza, the only shopping center Joe Eichler developed. But after a 10-year struggle to keep the center from being torn down, a new grocery store has opened as an anchor tenant that celebrates the structure’s Eichler heritage.

Our bi-weekly dose of laughs from the preeminent Eichler cartoonist Brian Narelle.