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Susan Avery

January 5, 2005
A Different Spin

Unlike cashmere, these alpaca fur throws have strength to them.

January 18, 2005
Feeling Down

Fifth-generation feather expert Daniel Guigui came up with the brilliant idea of three comforters in one.

January 27, 2005
Table the Flower Power

These "tablescapes," bring a kitchen or dining room from a base of operations to a virtual garden of blooms.

February 2, 2005
Chinese Modern

These Clothespin Chopsticks are attached with a spring so the grasp-and-lift motion is virtually spill-proof.

February 9, 2005
Cutting Edge

In the "look, don't touch" world of glass design, these heart-shaped bowls are almost huggable.

February 11, 2005
Consuming Passion

Here's a reason to learn to cook: certain foods enhance libido. That's why gastronomy expert Amy Reiley just started the Aphrodisiac of the Month club.

February 16, 2005
In the Mood

Mood-Lites, a bright idea of business-school student Kathryn White, is an inexpensive—$5.95 per bulb—environmental attitude adjustment.

January 10, 2005 | Intelligencer
Junior High

A new pot-friendly book— for kids.

January 3, 2005 | Intelligencer
Intelligencer: December 27–January 3

Donny Deutsch’s talk show, Rupert Murdoch’s new address, a 9/11 Video Game, and more.

November 15, 2004 | Intelligencer
Donor Fatigue

Plus, NYC Dems take a hit, FAO's secret, sushi style, and MoMA's ghost.

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