Sunday Best: Golden Globes co-host Sandra Oh stuns in a red Versace dress

The Golden Globes were full of questionable choices, but none of them were from co-host Sandra Oh (shown here with fellow host Andy Samberg, whose tuxedo is unexciting but perfectly acceptable). Oh, who not only hosted the show but was a Globe winner (for "Killing Eve"), wore three different gowns: an elegant, asymmetrical white Versace for the red carpet, a playful white-and-silver Stella McCartney for the program's second half, and my favorite: this red tuxedo dress for the show's opening, also by Versace. I love the menswear detailing (lapels! cuff buttons!), the impeccable fit, the subtly elegant swoosh of sequins across the front, and that glorious color, which Oh's stylist said was inspired by a view of poppies from Oh's window that the actress loves.

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How to renovate an older home without compromising its charm

There's a lot of talk these days about the many ways to bring historic homes into the modern era. But if you've purchased an older home – or watched enough of the TV shows featuring their renovations – you know that the original features can lend the most charm. Here are some things to consider as you work to maintain the integrity of a vintage home through updates, upgrades and renovations.

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Ask Angie’s List: What are some good home projects to tackle right now?

With the holidays behind us and the coldest months settling in, you might not be thinking too much about getting professional work done in your home. But whether it's hiring a handyman to finish a to-do list or putting pen to paper for a big remodel, you can still complete some useful projects. And since winter is a slow period for many professionals, you might even be able to negotiate a better rate and get on the schedule quickly.

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Design Recipes: Secrets for small rooms

While some rooms are spacious and generous, others may be smaller and more challenging. Many apartment dwellers and homeowners have the overwhelming desire to make every space count. So what to do in the case of small rooms and spaces? Here are some key tips to keep in mind.

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Little Havana teen with severe spina bifida visits the Miami Seaquarium

On January 3, 2019, Wishbook recipient Valentina Corpas, 13, who was born with severe severe spina bifida, was offered by Miami Seaquarium rare opportunity to leave her small apartment and enjoy a fun outing.