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On December 27th, Stewart sold all of her stock in Im Clone—3,928 shares, at fifty-eight dollars a share—grossing about two hundred and twenty-eight thousand dollars.
Even for someone who doesn't read her magazines, watch her television shows, buy her books and housewares, or otherwise assimilate the Martha Stewart brand, the interior feels somehow familiar; such is the ubiquity of her style.
The rooms are small, and a tour of the ground floor doesn't take long.
Even though Stewart has dogs (Chow Chows named Paw Paw and Chin Chin) and Himalayan cats (females known as Teeny and Weeny, and males called Mozart, Verdi, Vivaldi, Berlioz, and Bartók), the house is dominated by American song canaries, which screech continuously inside a pair of antique cages.
" Stewart didn't want any of the cats outdoors, because Beethoven, one of the male cats, had recently escaped and been killed by a car.
Stewart looked cheerier when she recalled the support she's received—from Hillary Clinton, for one. "And she was one of the first people to call me after the article"—announcing the investigation—"and very nicely say, ' You know, you just have to hang in there.