• The New "Corbin Classic Snow Dome"

    The new, 3¾-inch tall snow dome designed by Corbin Bernsen contains a Salvation Army Officer, who bears a resemblance to Santa, in full Salvation Army uniform, at a Red Kettle, while a young…   See the Image

  • Corbin Bernsen's Valuable Snow Globes on Display at Home

    Whether they're on display on a shelf, or in a glass-covered display case like these, the estimated value of Bernsen's more than 8,000 globes is $600,000.   See the Image

  • Corbin Bernsen's Snow Globes of all Shapes and Sizes

    Many of Corbin Bernsen's snow globes date back to the 1930s and '40s, when they were popular as advertising items and promotional giveaways, particularly from Heinz ketchup, cigarette makers,…   See the Image

  • Familiar Faces at the Globes

    Disney characters, as well as other recognizable images from fairy tales, television shows and movies, abound in Corbin Bernsen's collection, but the one he designed this year to benefit The…   See the Image

  • Corbin Bernsen's Home Display Room

    With more than 8,000 snow globes and counting, Corbin Bernsen's is one of the biggest collections in the world. In addition to being an actor/director/writer and producer, Bernsen is a carpenter…   See the Image

  • Corbin Bernsen and His SAVN Snow Globe

    Actor Corbin Bernsen has more than 8,000 snow globes in his collection, but his favorite right now is the one he created to benefit benefit The Salvation Army Vision Network (SAVN),…   See the Image

  • Lose Weight With This Plate

    From Malibu to Monterey Park, Pasadena to Palos Verdes, most Angelenos are stressed right now. They’ve just polished off the biggest meal of the year, and are wondering how they’re ever going to…   Read the Article

  • Lose Weight With This Plate

    A California-based design company serves up a way for you to lose weight, set a gorgeous table and help fight childhood obesity, all at the same time.   See the Gallery

  • Not for Everyone

    Published 12/02/13 in Houses
    Not for Everyone

    Of course, you can't please everyone. Smaller plate sizes generally mean fewer leftovers. Canine diners can take consolation in the fact that people food is not always good for them.   See the Image

  • Size Really Does Matter

    Published 12/02/13 in Houses
    Size Really Does Matter

    Studies show that switching from a 12-inch plate to a 9-inch plate may help reduce caloric intake by up to 48%, or up to 275-350 fewer calories per meal, if portions are optimized.   See the Image