• Designing plant walls for home and office

    For an interior decor alternative to hanging photographs or artwork, "green walls" are alive with plants that bring color and oxygen indoors – and they water themselves.

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  • Plant walls: Interior décor that's alive

    "Green walls" of mounted living plants bring nature indoors. Correspondent Kelefa Sanneh talks with Stacy Coleman, owner of Plant Wall Design, the New York-based company that builds and maintains living walls for homes and offices.

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  • Land artist Jon Foreman, whose canvas is a beach

    Artist Jon Foreman finds inspiration in nature and a receding tide, using rocks that he finds, or raked sand, to turn the beaches of Wales into spectacular designs that are destined to be washed away. Correspondent Seth Doane reports on landscape art that is stunning – and fleeting.

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  • Tracking your health data through wearable devices

    Experts say devices like smartwatches that continually monitor your health data can also give you early warnings about medical problems before a doctor might. Correspondent David Pogue looks at how self-tracking data may one day help detect conditions like infectious diseases, type II diabetes, heart conditions or even cancer.

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  • A history of Santa Barbara

    The city on California's southern coast would evolve dramatically over the course of four centuries, from the home of Chumash people to a Spanish settlement and mission, to an oceanfront jewel whose architecture and lifestyle have become the epitome of the California Dream. Jane Pauley takes a walk through the history of the "American Riviera."

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  • The one tool your kitchen can't do without

    Epicurious senior editor Emily Johnson on the history of the kitchen gadget that is indispensable – the can opener.

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  • The can opener: The tool your kitchen can't do without

    Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with Epicurious senior editor Emily Johnson about the history of a truly indispensable kitchen gadget: the can opener.

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  • This week on "Sunday Morning: By Design" (May 22)

    A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program

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  • A history of Santa Barbara

    The city on California's southern coast would evolve dramatically over four centuries, from home of the Chumash people to a Spanish settlement and mission, to an oceanfront jewel whose architecture and lifestyle have become the epitome of the California Dream.

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  • Self-tracking your health data

    Experts say wearable devices like smartwatches that continually monitor your health data and alert you to potential problems may one day detect potential medical conditions ranging from heart issues and stroke to cancer.

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