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Monday, October 19th, 2015

Sean Maguire Interview

“Once Upon a Time” actor Sean Maguire visits Home & Family to talk about his role as Robin Hood on the ABC series. His character has a romantic relationship with the Evil Queen and the actor loves getting all types of fan feedback. Being a recent addition to the show, Sean talks about how welcoming the cast has been. Initially it was his wife who encouraged him to audition for the show. During the audition process he brought his own twist to the character and landed the role!
Don't miss "Once Upon a Time," Sundays, at 8/7c on ABC

Follow Sean on Twitter @Sean_M_Maguire



Halloween Glam

Kym Douglas shows you how to get all glammed up for this Halloween. She starts with a bat necklace and pairs it with a little black dress. She also shows off the types of shoes you can wear on Halloween, including candy corn ghost shoes and spiderweb high heels. Ear cuffs are now a new trendy look you can sport on the spooky holiday! Finally, Kym brings out a couple of models who show off fun and ghoulish make-up you can wear!

Check out Kym's suggested products:
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Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com



Chef Marcela Valladolid Cooks!

Cristina is joined by chef and co-host of Food Network’s “The Kitchen,” Marcela Villadolid in the kitchen where the chef is preparing Pork Shoulder with Morita-Plum Sauce. Before starting cooking, she talks about celebrating Day of the Dead and in honor of her own late mother, Marcela is cooking her mom’s favorite dish. Because of the heavy Chinese population in Baja Mexico, Marcela explains that there are many fusion dishes offered in that region.

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Check out more delicious recipes at the Home & Family Pinterest Page

Get more from Marcela at ChefMarcela.com and follow her on Twitter @ChefMarcela



DIY Halloween Wall Sconces

Matt Rogers joins Mark outside to show you how you can get into the Halloween spirit by making themed wall sconces. Matt was first inspired by this idea from Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion. He even enlists the help of Sean when it comes to prepping the materials for the sconces.

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Check out more fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page

Get more from Matt at MattRogersUSA.com



Angelique Cabral Interview

The actress sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about her CBS comedy, “Life in Pieces.” She describes her character Colleen as a “lovable mess,” who likes wine and a good time. She loves her cast mates and they enjoy playing off each other in scenes. Outside of acting, Angelique and her husband are in the middle of celebrating the purchase of their first house!
Don't miss "Life in Pieces," Mondays, 8:30/7:30c on CBS



Cory Charles Lerios Performs

Emmy Award-winning composer and platinum recording artist Cory Charles Lerios hits the Home & Family stage with his band to perform for the audience. Cory and Cristina are real life good friends when their children dated years ago. Some of the songs that Cory scored were the “Baywatch” theme as well as “Days of our Lives” theme. After the interview, the Cory Charles Lerios & his Trio play a medley of Pablo Cruise hits and Cristina even sings with the band!

Get more from Cory at CoryCharles.com



Closet Examination

Debbie Matenopoulos explains how you can organize your closet and clean it out. When it comes to getting rid of old clothes, ask yourself if it fits? Is it damaged? Do I like it on me? Have I worn it in the last 12 months? Once you figure out those answers, you will know if you should keep it or give it away. Debbie also recommends labeling sections of your closet and keeping your favorite shoes within eye sight.

Follow Debbie on Twitter @IAmDebbieM



DIY Antler Chandelier

Paige Hemmis shows you how to update your home’s look by making your own antler chandelier. The look is very popular in cabins. She found her antlers online and purchased them from a farm in Indiana that sells antlers that deer have shed, you can also find these shed antlers on eBay. She wants to reiterate that no animals were harmed in her DIY. When she is done, she reveals that her DIY cost $100, but in a retail shop, an antler chandelier could cost up to $3,300!

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Check out more fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page

Get more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com



Halloween Deals

Jeanette Pavini shares details on how you can save money on candy, pumpkin carving tools and costumes this Halloween season. She encourages the use of coupons, avoiding brand-name character costumes and buying your carving, decorating and cooking materials at a grocery store instead of a speciality store.

Follow Jeanette on Twitter @JeanettePavini