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While filming at baseball legend Steve Garvey’s Palm Desert home for the upcoming Coldwell Banker Home Field Advantage video series, his wife Candace took a few minutes to share a few tips on how to stage a home to “show” well and sell quickly.

Candace is an expert in the art of staging a home for sale. She’s sold her family’s home multiple times and has even had a few instances of selling them on the first day they’ve hit the market to the first couple to walk through her doors!

In her conversation with me she reveals some of the easy and often overlooked things that could be done to put your homes’ best foot forward. From lighting to wetting down the sidewalk/driveway; on over to a trick involving cotton balls and vanilla – Candace lets us in on her home staging secrets.

In honor of the “Deadwood”-iversary, several of the beloved series’ cast members — including actor/”Deadwood” writing staff member W. Earl Brown — shared with Yahoo TV their colorful tales of being cast on the show, their experiences working with the “mad genius” that is David Milch, what it was like to work on the “Deadwood” set (including the surprise set wedding that featured Milch as best man), how they felt about the show’s use of profanity and the art of a Milchian monologue, and what made “Deadwood” such a special entry on their acting résumés.

In honor of the “Deadwood”-iversary, several of the beloved series’ cast members — including actor/”Deadwood” writing staff member W. Earl Brown — shared with Yahoo TV their colorful tales of being cast on the show, their experiences working with the “mad genius” that is David Milch, what it was like to work on the “Deadwood” set (including the surprise set wedding that featured Milch as best man), how they felt about the show’s use of profanity and the art of a Milchian monologue, and what made “Deadwood” such a special entry on their acting résumés.