It's hardly a surprise that L.A.'s signature snow-and-ice moments have to do with shopping. Get your winter fix at the upscale Beverly Center mall, where you can hop between Gucci and Fendi via the Ice Palace. Inspired by snow globes and ice sculptures, the palace's biggest dome is 22 feet high and houses a spectacular snow and light show inside.
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NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 01: Country music artist/actress Reba McEntire attends the 46th annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 1, 2012 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)
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A Camper's Fresh New Look
After a fresh coat of paint and some polishing, the 1954 Anderson is ready for a new generation of campers.
Junk Gypsy sisters Amie (R) and Jolie (L) find some great materials for their projects in the old red barn, as seen on GAC's Junk Gypsies. (action)
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Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Cheer on the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field.
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Gateway Shopping Center
The Gateway Shopping Center is Salt Lake City's only open-air destination for a one-stop-shop experience. The center, which was constructed around the fully, restored 1908 Union Pacific Depot, offers more than 130 venues for world-class dining, shopping and entertainment. It features French Renaissance architecture, original artwork, and the popular Olympic Snowflake Fountain.
Tree-Covered Slopes at the Grand Canyon
Dedicated as a national park in 1919, the Grand Canyon features deep basins and tree-covered canyon walls that offer majestic views.
Crafter Susan Hank’s shop grew out of a passion for sewing and for cute things. When she couldn't find the style of toys she liked, she decided to make them herself. She loves knowing that her creations bring a smile to someone's face and are part of warm, comforting memories for children all over the world.
Coyle & Herr Owners Dorothy Coyle and Mary Beth Herr
Dorothy Coyle (left) and Mary Beth Herr opened their consignment showroom on the first floor of a 1912 Spiegel Catalog building, right off 35th Street and Racine, putting an emphasis on service and accessibility.