Plants, flowers, gardens, insects and birds are a rich source of inspiration for artists and designers of all kinds. This beautiful guide demonstrates how to get the most out of your surroundings to create original and unique pieces in textiles. Show More Summary
Britain is famed for her rich history which dates back thousands of years and is still visible today in the myriad historic sites in every town, village and city. From ancient monuments like Stonehenge and Bath’s Roman Baths to medieval...Show More Summary
Just sold your second company to Facebook to focus on schoolwork? Great! Turn your dreary dorm room and its twin XL beds into the lap of on-campus luxury. The post The Rich Kid’s Guide to Stocking a Million-Dollar Dorm appeared first on WIRED.
Avid readers will always have more books on their shelves than time to read them, and staying contemporary can be a challenge for even the most dedicated bibliophile. 2016 has provided a bounty of riches for the literary-minded, from cinematic mysteries to progressive memoirs to a book bringing burger puns to life. Show More Summary
There is an immediate problem for anyone producing a guide to places in Scotland with literary connections: as Walter Scott… The post Rich in legend and song appeared first on The Spectator.
I recently enjoyed a couple of days exploring the iconic city of Beverly Hills - recognised as the home and playground for the rich, famous and those who want to be seen. Being a 19-year old I was a little apprehensive of visiting the area alone - but there was no need to have been. […]
Ocho at Hotel Havana Since moving to San Antonio's Southtown neighborhood in 2015, Hannah Lynn has made it her mission to show what an incredibly colorful, rich place the Alamo City is. She writes: "My personal blog shares my 365 day staycation experience in San Antonio and all the places that make it a great place to love. Show More Summary
It may be the middle of summer, but we are rich in stories about the arts — many of which touch on the moment in which we are living. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, and this is your essential guide to the week’s top culture stories: L.A. mourns a key arts patron...
As the world gears up for a turbulent Olympics, Rio's rich architectural history is worth revisiting. Rio de Janeiro is in full construction mode as it enters the homestretch before the 2016 Summer Olympics—racing to finish up the venue renovations and infrastructure necessary to support the 500,000 visitors expected to arrive next month. Show More Summary
New York Times best-selling author Emily Giffin is out with her eighth novel, "First Comes Love." But she has recommendations for other summer books to read, including "Rich and Pretty," "That One Got Away" and "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing." (Run time: 4:15)
The Intercept: Sadly, however, there are still rules forbidding campaign staffers from explicitly asking the incredibly rich to give more than $5,000 to Super PACs like Priorities USA. They are loose rules, and rarely enforced rules, but they are rules … Continue reading ?
Throughout the animal kingdom, parents guide their young about what's good to eat and where to find it. In our temptation rich and junk-food plentiful society a lot of nourishment education has shifted into guidance about what not to eat, and direction to ignore food although it's there. Show More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — Legendary venture capitalist Tom Perkins, co-founder of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, died on Tuesday at the age of 84. He was known as the pioneering investor who cultivated a venture capital system that guidedShow More Summary
Although it is a country rich in heritage and cultural exports, Colombia’s dominant narrative in recent history has been of violence. But though Medellín—the home of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar and the city that bore the brunt of the carnage—is by no means healed, it is in recovery. Show More Summary
Entrepreneur Ari Kaplan explains how his new technology can guide you down the path to riches and independence, but only if you embrace accountability.
As we’ve often said, dull knives are dangerous knives, not to mention a pain to use when it’s time to cook. Keeping them sharp is surprisingly easy, and this guide from the folks at KnifePlanet is detailed and rich, but boils down to three simple steps: maintenance, honing, and eventually, sharpening. Read more...
In 2005 and 2006, the market in just about every asset class was booming. Everyone was getting rich, and very few people saw the end of it coming. But those who took the temperature of the market knew that things were too hot -- much hotter than they had been in the recent past...
by Rich Smith Jenny Zhang will be at the Pine Box on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Now in its fifth year, the APRIL (Authors, Publishers, and Readers of Independent Literature) Festival celebrates the work of independent publishers by organizing innovative, substantive, and boozy book events that you actually want to attend. Show More Summary
Tiffany Cruikshank walks you through a guided meditation to reset your perspective on the obstacles in your day ahead, so you can appreciate the richness they add to your life. The post A Morning Meditation to Reset Your Mindset for the Day appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Deeply savory, tantalizingly aromatic, often fatty and rich, salumi are a testament to the unstudied opulence of Italy's so-called peasant foods. But salumi come in so many forms—sweetly hammy and smooth mortadella; spicy, spreadable...Show More Summary