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NYC&G Goes Newsstand; Country Living Expands to Quilts

NYC—Having upped its circulation to six times a year, regional shelter title New York Cottages & Gardens will soon be sold on select Hudson News and Barnes & Noble newsstands around the city. Historically Cottages & Gardens titles have only been available to subscribers and via controlled circulation, so this marks a big step for the brand. [CurbedWire Inbox]

EVERYWHERECountry Living has added quilts and coverlets to its line of home decor already available through Kmart. In case you need a reminder, "Country Living readers have a strong appetite for quilts," editor in chief Sarah Gray Miller said in a release. [CurbedWire Inbox]

EVERYWHERE—Something for non-football fans to watch on Sunday nights: the second season of Million Dollar Contractor, the DIY Network docudrama that follows hunky contractor Stephen Fanuka around as he builds stuff inside homes of the wealthy. Sundays, 10pm EST. [CurbedWire Inbox]

THE INTERNET—When is casually browsing house listings oh, so much more? When this happens: Move, Inc., parent company of Move.com and Realtor.com, has acquired TigerLead, a Los Angeles-based tech company that "offers a broad suite of tools and services for agents, teams, and brokers" and "delivers deep insights into the consumer's "DNA"—insights like how many times a user has returned to the site to search, price ranges and amount of times homes are viewed." Read more about the acquisition, right this way. [CurbedWire Inbox]