b'Matters Christine Llewellyn Ohe-meng, a surface pattern designer, converted her historic carriage house to a light-filled "art barn" where she can design and conduct art classes. Story on page 12. Photo by Julia Maloof MAGAZINEVerderosa.TheMagazineofMaplewoodandSouthOrangecontentsVol. 32 Issue 2 Hearth & Home 2021in every issue in this issueHeart of the Matter8 12Both Sides Nowsmarter cycling a restoration lends a carriage house purpose 125 Food Matters10 years latera family tradition with a plant-based twist16Volunteers Help Restore ourHistoric Green SpacesBook Report20 you can thank the maplewood memorial park explore our story topics conservancyShopping Matters26 19Meanwhile in South Orange.a little something for you and your home making meadowland park a world-class open spaceFinding Home27 22Nesting Comfortablyworking with camille and luis estrella residents take on projects to make their homes Resource Guide32 work betterlocal sources 28Taking the Mystery out of EEGs andFinal Matters34 Epilepsya year of home love a teacher in search of a book ends up writing her 16 own31Plant Matters28 easy mason jar terrarium10 2231166/ matters magazine / hearth & home 2021'