By Esau Sinnok, as told to Lauren Kastler Read the original article here. | Photo by iStock/JonnyNoTrees Close your eyes and picture your best memory with your family and friends. Have it in mind? If you're like me, that memory is filled with the warmth and comfort of a familiar home. Show More Summary
Aside from the time, battery level, and music in the lower left corner, you might think this is just a wallpaper, but it’s not—it’s Dan C’s desktop, and he likes it empty. Every time he sits down it’s a glorious fresh start. Here’s how he made it. Read more...
Farfetch wraps up for winter with a new style edit. Embracing the season’s shearling trend, covetable outerwear is front and center. Offering up a variety of styles, shearling is applied to both jackets and coats, showcasing a range of cuts. Show More Summary
Originally published in the December issue of Robb Report as “Suiting Up” The Gift: ? An Isaia wardrobe, including two suits, a sport coat and trousers, a formal ensemble, a topcoat, shirts and neckties to accompany each look, beachShow More Summary
The first time you were ever in a motor vehicle, what was it? Continue reading Question Of The Day: First-ever car ride? Question Of The Day: First-ever car ride? originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 25 Nov 2015 19:59:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Chicago Public Schools said Wednesday it will add dozens of teacher and aide positions for students with special needs, a reversal from previously announced cuts to special education. Some district-operated schools are still losing special education jobs, according to a CPS accounting of positions...
Co-Authored by Kathryn Lyons Coming to the realization that one or both of your parents may need assistance because they are getting older is, itself, not an easy process. Your parents may be unwilling to discuss their needs with you out of denial or shame. Show More Summary
We both wanted to do something to re-ignite the fire and bring regular sex back into our lives.
By Polly Conway, Common Sense Media Holiday TV specials are like a warm mug of cocoa with marshmallows: sweet, comforting, and best enjoyed with those you love. Common Sense Media rounded up this season's can't-miss shows to keep your...Show More Summary
Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days on the US calendar, with retailers offering discounts of up to 80 percent on big ticket items. If you’re stuck here in Australia, there’s no reason why you need to miss out on the action. Here are seven online shopping tips for Black Friday (and Cyber Monday) bargain hunters. More »
While most of Monterey and Carmel’s summer guests arrive by car, winter brings an impressive number of travelers by air and sea: migratory wildlife, ranging in size from delicate monarch butterflies to sturdier-winged ducks and seabirds,...Show More Summary
Though less famous than nearby Esalen Institute and even the Tassajara Zen Mountain Center, the hermitage offers unique lodging and enlightenment for as little as $125 a night, robust vegetarian meals included. Three new private retreats...Show More Summary
Gather around the dinner table and count your blessings that you'll never run into these serial killers, Satanic turkeys and aliens. Many of these horror films are available to add to your streaming queue.
After making sculptures for high-end hotels, he entered a double-blind open show and was the only sculptor chosen to join the Society of Portrait Sculptors, where he worked in tandem with the sculptor to the royal family. Whyte created...Show More Summary
Spend Thanksgiving watching these scary movies with killer turkeys, deranged family members and alien abductions. Just don't blame us if your family doesn't appreciate gore with their gravy.
Sleeping in a human-size nest made of woven wood is a far cry from a night at a nearby Hyatt. [...] hospitality experts in Monterey County say these days, more visitors are looking off the beaten path for places to stay. Many say the...Show More Summary
As we speak, some likely frustrated engineering team in Germany is deciding the best way to fix the thousands and thousands of emissions-cheating diesel engines. There’s already fixes in place to meet the Euro standards, and the US will likely require much more. But there’s one simple little fix all solutions should include: a badge. Read more...
If you thought this year was a fun bike launch/EICMA season, wait til you see what’s coming for 2017. Kawasaki just declared they have 12 bikes coming over the next two years, we should see more forced induction things, KTM better bring me my 800 cc twins, and Husqvarna confirmed the 401 Vitpilen is on the way. Show More Summary
Post by Wendy Robinson. Like many kids, 7-year old-Jack Swanson has a piggy bank that he's been trying to fill. His goal was an iPad of his very own. He was up to about $20 worth of coins -- earned from doing chores -- when he decided to use his money for something else: To make a donation to a local mosque that had recently been vandalized. Show More Summary
volkswagen has officially announced “the next step” in reigning in the emissions from its offending ea189 engines caught up in the ‘dieselgate’ emissions scandal. the ea189 engine exists in both 1.6 and 2.0 litre capacities, and the carmaker says each engine requires a different approach. Show More Summary