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Architect William F. Cody's quirky, cool Palm Springs designs are celebrated at A+D Museum

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During Palm Springs' heyday in the 1950s and '60s, odds were likely that you'd pass by or walk into a restaurant, hotel or country club designed by architect William F. Cody. Unfortunately many of Cody's Midcentury Modern designs have gone the way of the wrecking ball. That includes his quirky...

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Did Donald Trump use a secret phone console to listen in on guest and employee calls at his Mar-A-Lago resort? Probably! Via Buzzfeed: At Mar-a-Lago, the Palm Beach resort he runs as a club for paying guests and celebrities, Donald Trump had a telephone console installed in his bedroom that acted like a switchboard, connecting […]

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah: Pass On It

Going to Dubai is like a scene of out of Coming to America: Taxi: Do you want to go to Queens? Rich fellows should be in Manhattan. Stay at the Waldorf or the Palace. Me: Take us to the most common part. The post Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah: Pass On It appeared first on The Points Of Life.

Culture and coastlines in the Palm Beaches

One thing that always stands out on any visit to the Palm Beaches is the relaxing lifestyle. Imagine whiling away the day on a beach, sipping a Mojito and gazing across the ocean at a local bar, or delving into the famed shopping boulevards. Show More Summary

Changing Our Relationship With Fear

We all know fear - or at least the feeling of fear that shows up as a racing heart, tightness in the belly, sweaty palms or swirling thoughts. We avoid the situation or lash out in anger, expressions of the fight or flight response that evolved to help us survive real and imminent danger. Show More Summary

Tips #1: Ease Nervousness With Little Tricks

Have you ever felt that? Your heart beating fast; your palms sweat or feel clammy; you even feel a little bit... The post Tips #1: Ease Nervousness With Little Tricks appeared first on Lifehack.

6 Filmmaking Tips From Ken Loach

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Kirk Douglas' onetime estate in Palm Springs sells for over the asking price

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The onetime Palm Springs estate of actor Kirk Douglas and his wife, Anne, has fetched a tidy sum, selling for $3.5 million or $50,000 more than the asking price. The buyers are the owners of Roots Canada, a Toronto-based activewear and lifestyle brand founded by Michael Budman and Don Green. Sitting...

Watch: First Trailer for Cannes Palme d'Or Winner 'I, Daniel Blake'

One month after venerable British director Ken Loach triumphed at Cannes Film Festival with his latest movie, I, Daniel Blake, the movie’s first trailer has been released to the public. The moving film about austerity and the British welfare system earned Loach his second Palme d’Or victory at the festival in May. Show More Summary

Watch: UK Trailer for Ken Loach's Palme d'Or Winner 'I, Daniel Blake'

"I was a carpenter!... I'm just goin' round in circles..." Entertainment One in the UK has debuted an official trailer for Ken Loach's new film titled I, Daniel Blake, which ended up winning the coveted Palme d'Or (the top prize) at the Cannes Film Festival in May. Show More Summary

The Chef’n Palm Peeler might make food prep easier

Are you ever scared that you’re going to cut up your hands when peeling veggies or fruits? We’d like to think we’re as coordinated as the cooks we see on shows, but most of the time we’re a fraction of an inch away from a trip to the emergency room. While most of the injuries are caused by the hand that’s holding the item to be peeled, getting a new...

Hershey Pledges Improvement on Cacao, Palm Oil and Animal Welfare

Hershey's most recent corporate social responsibility report insists the company is ramping up efforts improving its record on cacao sourcing, palm oil procurement and animal welfare. Is it for real, or just a public-relations move?

Palme Thursday: This year’s Cannes winner won his first Palme siding with the IRA

Palme Thursday is A.A. Dowd’s monthly examination of a winner of the Palme D’Or, determining how well the film has held up and whether it deserved the highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival. The Wind That Shakes The Barley...Show More Summary

Get Inspired by These 27 Beach Wedding Decor Ideas

photo by Chris Glenn Dreaming of saying “I do” with a serenade of crashing waves and a palm tree ceremony arch? Whether you’re throwing a tropical destination wedding or an intimate waterfront celebration, these beach wedding decor ideas are perfect for a soiree among the sand and sea. Show More Summary

28 Interesting Photographs Capture Street Scenes of Penang, Malaysia in the early 1980s

The name of "Penang" comes from the modern Malay name Pulau Pinang, which means "island of the areca nut palm". The name Penang may refer either to the island of Penang (Pulau Pinang) or the state of Penang (Negeri Pulau Pinang). Located...Show More Summary

Bryan Cranston Will Do ‘Everything In His Power’ To Make Sure Trump Is Not Elected President

Bryan Cranston’s latest appearance as Lyndon B. Johnson was presented to devoted filmgoers as a good-bye gesture to the Cinemas Palme d’Or, according to Desert Sun. It was Cranston’s role as LBJ in Jay Roach’s All the Way that said goodbye to the Cranston-owned theater. Show More Summary

Bryan Cranston Imagines LBJ's Reaction to Donald Trump

Bryan Cranston arrives at Cinemas Palme D’Or, the movie theater he owns, on Friday (May 27) in Palm Desert, Calif. The 60-year-old Oscar-nominated actor, who played the role of former president Lyndon B. Johnson in the HBO movie All the Way, recently revealed what he thinks LBJ would think of Donald Trump. “He’d say somethin’ [...]

Bryan Cranston-owned theater's case against Cinemark heads to court

Bryan Cranston's independent movie theater may be closing its doors, but its legal case against national chain Cinemark lives on.  This week an appeals court in California sided with Palm Desert movie house Cinemas Palme d'Or, reinstating its long-pending antitrust lawsuit against the third-largest...

Bryan Cranston-Owned Cinemas Palme d’Or Wins Appellate Decision, Will See Cinemark In Court

Flagship Theatres has achieved another win in its circuit dealing case against Cinemark, heading back to superior court with a new date and new judge. Flagship won a reversal in the California Court of Appeal, after Judges Allan J. Goodman and H. Show More Summary

Cognitive assessment in the palm of your hand

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Gaining access to tools that could provide insights into an individual's cognitive functions like memory and decision-making have typically been expensive, and limited to those given by a medical professional or clinician. Savonix is...Show More Summary

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