It’s not unusual for gingerbread houses to take over social media around the holidays, this year, likely due to the coronavirus pandemic and the traditional cookie creations seem to have taken on a new flavor. This year, folks are recreating the ski cabin they wish they could be at right now and constructing charcuterie chalets. Seriously, people are getting creative – and we are here for it. Even gingerbread #fails are being approached with extra humor and innovation.
And it’s not too late to get in on the action. Whether
Kat Von D is making a change.
The former “LA Ink” star, 38, took to Facebook last week to explain that she’s relocating her family part-time from Los Angeles to Indiana.
On Thursday, the tattoo artist shared an image of a large house and her two-year-old son on Facebook and said many people have reached out to ask whether she’s moving to Indiana and selling her Los Angeles home.
The answer: Kind of.
“Definitely not ever selling our beautiful home in
There is nothing grand about the white one-story house in the middle of Roxbury Drive in San Bernardino, particularly in its current state of disrepair.
But to Juan Gutierrez, that house is home. As a young man he worked in construction, saved up for a down payment and, in 1968, bought the three-bedroom house where he and his wife raised their three children.
And then, in 2014, he was evicted as part of a dispute with his reverse mortgage lender that continues to this day. It’s a kind of dispute that could become more common in coming months, as COVID-19