In a touching tribute, KATE SPICER recounts the tear-jerking tale of her dog Wolfy's final hours
20.03.2022 23:10:18
Kate Spicer
In a touching tribute, KATE SPICER recounts the tear-jerking tale of her dog Wolfy's final hours
KATE SPICER: We knew that Wolfy was about to die. I hoped I would have a few more days, at least one more night. But my boyfriend said to keep him alive was cruel. That morning he left it with me.
Virtuelle Kunstführungen sollen Corona überdauern
21.03.2022 05:05:00
F.A.Z.
Virtuelle Kunstführungen sollen Corona überdauern
Im Corona-Lockdown hat Christina von Falkenhausen ihren Museumskreis ins Digitale verlagert und organisiert nun von Oberursel aus Führungen in aller Welt. Aus der Not ist mittlerweile ein Geschäftsmodell entstanden.
The Parmigiano Reggiano Design Challenge invites designers to imagine products at the intersection of food and design.
21.03.2022 01:44:17
Sarang Sheth
The Parmigiano Reggiano Design Challenge invites designers to imagine products at the intersection of food and design.
The Parmigiano Reggiano Design Challenge invites designers to imagine products at the intersection of food and design.After a stellar debut last year, The Parmigiano Reggiano® Design Challenge makes its grand comeback for a second year! Launched in partnershi…
Steve Cahalan: Blair Meat Market makes its debut - La Crosse Tribune
20.03.2022 12:30:00
Steve Cahalan For the La Crosse Tribune
Steve Cahalan: Blair Meat Market makes its debut - La Crosse Tribune
Two rural Blair families, including one that raises beef and dairy cattle, have opened a meat processing and retail sales business in Blair.
Succession's real estate stars: Inside the show's lavish properties
20.03.2022 15:00:46
MailOnline
Succession's real estate stars: Inside the show's lavish properties
The Roy Family in HBO's Succession owns a huge array of properties - from luxury New York City apartments to lavish summer houses in the Hamptons.
Downsizing doesn’t have to be a lonely existence
20.03.2022 04:00:00
Kelly Garrity
Downsizing doesn’t have to be a lonely existence
Design experts offer tips for making your space multipurpose and ready to entertain.
Use These Free Apps to Plan Your Next Woodworking Project
17.03.2022 14:01:17
Becca Lewis
Use These Free Apps to Plan Your Next Woodworking Project
Most carpenters have memorized a certain number of shortcuts for measuring angles, making cut lists, or estimating distances—but thanks to technology, you don’t have to do that anymore. If you want precise and quick results when figuring out archway sizes or …
Cleanup Begins After Deadly Earthquake Hits Japan
17.03.2022 07:49:12
AP
Cleanup Begins After Deadly Earthquake Hits Japan
The 7.4-magnitude temblor knocked out power and cause extensive damage to peoples' properties, breaking windows and smashing furniture.
Takeshi Nishio's Minimal Pop-Up Furniture
17.03.2022 14:00:00
Rain Noe
Takeshi Nishio's Minimal Pop-Up Furniture
When I spotted these T_Lex objects on Japanese industrial designer Takeshi Nishio's website……I figured Ah, he's come up with sawhorses you can make when you have plywood, but don't have dimensional lumber. And they're flatpack to boot, probably convenient in …
MPs say publishing their expenses is like 'bullying' and demand more control over budgets
17.03.2022 14:36:10
hdyer@insider.com (Henry Dyer)
MPs say publishing their expenses is like 'bullying' and demand more control over budgets
An anonymous MP said that "far too many of us are out of pocket every month because our rents exceed the amount allocated" by their expenses budget.
Homeless People Can Now Move Into $15K Tiny Homes in San Francisco
17.03.2022 13:37:33
Emma Ockerman, Christina Sterbenz
Homeless People Can Now Move Into $15K Tiny Homes in San Francisco
The 64-square-foot private units have a locking door, heat, a window, and a bed, among other furniture, although the community shares bathrooms.
A Minimalist Interior Design for Japanese Dorm Rooms
17.03.2022 16:00:00
Rain Noe
A Minimalist Interior Design for Japanese Dorm Rooms
Years ago I learned two things about working at a Japanese corporation that Americans would find weird:1. Upon being hired, it's not unusual to start by being sent to a live-in corporate training facility for a year or more, where you'd live in a company dorm…