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Whether you’ve lived in your house for years or just moved in, it can be a challenge to create a home that feels authentically “you.” Sure, you (and maybe your partner, kids, pets) live there, but designing a home that reflects your personal style and celebrates your favorite memories and experiences requires a little extra effort. To make your house feel more like a home, start with the simple changes below. Small details like displaying favorite mementos and adding a house plant or two may be all it takes to bring extra personality to your space.

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Our take: Henckels is known first and foremost for its kitchen knives. This trusted company puts an emphasis on making lightweight, easy-to-use knives perfect for everyday use.

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This book’s premise is irresistible: Mild-mannered bookseller Malcolm has published on his blog a list of fiction’s eight most perfect murders — ranging from Agatha Christie to Donna Tartt — only to find himself eyed with suspicion when a local serial killer seems to be making his way through the list.

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One of the early favorites at the 2021 Kentucky Derby. The American gray/roan-colored colt captured the 2020 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Keeneland.

Merry Christmas. And happy Pumpkin Pie Day, too. This holiday celebrates the humble pumpkin pie, a favorite for Thanksgiving and Christmas. En…

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A forward/center for the Denver Nuggets and the son of the late Manute Bol, Bol Bol showed glimpses of his versatility inside the NBA bubble over the summer.

If it feels like the Packers have played a lot of games against clearly inferior opponents this season, it should. They’re 9.5-point favorites in this game, and they were 7.5-point favorites at Detroit last Sunday, 8.5-point favorites against Philadelphia, 7.5-point favorites against Chicago and 13.5-point favorites against Jacksonville.

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Hawkeye, Hot Lips, Trapper John and most of the other favorites from this hit TV series began life first in the novel by Richard Hooker and then in Robert Altman’s Best Picture nominee for 1970. The story of a medical unit during the Korean War provided an unexpected amount of laughter and more than a few tears over its 11 seasons. The final episode remains the most-watched series finale of all time. People loved it so much, it earned two spinoffs: “AfterMASH” and “Trapper John, M.D.”

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