Monthly Archives: April 2022

Sustainable outdoor furniture brand chooses Austin for Texas debut

In time for backyard patio and hangout season, a fast-growing, sustainable outdoor furniture brand is expanding to Austin. Yardbird, the Minnesota-based brand founded by father/son duo Bob and Jay Dillon, will open its Austin showroom in mid-May. The company, which designs and manufactures all of its parts in-house with the …

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Thyssen Museum brings ‘ignored’ Spanish art from the interwar period to life

Dalí’s “Portrait of Anna Maria” is one of the masterpieces in the exhibition. / FRANCISCO HINOJOSA ‘Real(ismos)’ highlights the modernity of the new figuration through lesser-known works by Miró, Dalí, Maruja Mallo, Benjamín Palencia, Ponce de León and others The paradox of early 20th century Spanish art is that while …

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More Than Vintage: vintage clothing store and cafe built by students, for students

Louis Azor (right), Michigan State sophomore and founder of More Than Vintage, in his new store with his best friend and general manager Noah Hurley, March 16, 2022. — Devin Anderson-Torrez | state news The education of Azor and Hurley Azor moved frequently, from growing up in Philadelphia to Detroit …

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Antiques Road Trip: Natasha Raskin Sharp shares a new photo of her famous father

28 April 2022 – 15:34 BST Francesca Shillcock Antiques Road Trip star Natasha Raskin Sharp has shared a sweet tribute to her famous father, Philip Raskin. See the post here… Journey on the road of antiquities and Bargain hunting star Natasha Raskin Sharp shared a new photo of …

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Naruto x Jordan Collab Shares A Closer Look At Jonin Sneakers And Clothing Choices

Naruto teased his big collaboration with Nike earlier this month to the surprise of fans everywhere, and now the Jordan collection is showing off. After all, some first glimpses of the collection have already surfaced online. So of course you can see why fans are loving a new set of …

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Putin and Mr Guterres ‘further apart than a few yards of furniture’ as invasion continues | World | News

In light of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ visit to the Kremlin on Tuesday to discuss ways to find a “peaceful solution” in Ukraine with Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the correspondent for the BBC, Jenny Hill, speaking from Moscow, said: ‘The meeting didn’t go very well.’ Putin and …

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Incredible Elden Ring Fan Art Shows Malenia’s Mech Version

An incredibly talented Elden Ring fan creates Fan Art that depicts a Mech version of Malenia, one of the most famous bosses. Since its release nearly two months ago, Ring of Elden emerged as one of the best-selling titles of the year so far. Ring of Elden has the most …

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The BBC Antiques Roadshow guest who broke down in tears is a famous sports star

BBC Antiques Roadshow viewers watched in disbelief as a guest on the show burst into tears. Former tennis pro Elizabeth James was on the show on Sunday night. Pundit Hilary Kay asked Elizabeth about her days at Wimbledon and other major championships. The couple were discussing the history of tennis …

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Poignant postcard of a girl from Oberaltstadt, 1942 | Antiques Tour

When visiting ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in June 2021 at Grounds For Sculpture in New Jersey, a guest named Bruce brought a collection of personal items that belonged to his late mother Manya, born to Jewish parents in Poland in 1926, since his time confined in a German Concentration Camp during World …

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Autofill: Learn about Joybird’s store expansion strategy

Direct-to-consumer furniture designer and retailer Joybird has transitioned from e-commerce to physical locations in recent years, including this showroom in Los Angeles. LOS ANGELES — Direct-to-consumer furniture designer and retailer Joybird, part of the La-Z-Boy family of brands, is upping its online and in-person retail game. The eight-year-old brand has …

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Kenyans have mastered the art of exploiting politicians as campaigns kick into high gear

We’ve been hoarse for the past few months trying to outdo ourselves to support our favorite candidates. Our social media banter has gotten meaner by the day as we all insist on declaring why our opponents’ picks aren’t ideal. Politicians reappear from their lairs like termites after the rain to …

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Antiques Roadshow fans are stunned as the beloved heirloom shares an incredible connection to a hit TV show

ANTIQUES Roadshow fans were stunned tonight as a beloved heirloom shared a “fascinating” link to a hit TV show. Viewers admitted they never realized Grey’s Anatomy was a textbook long before the ABC medical drama used the name. 5 Roadshow antiques expert Fuchsia Voremberg reviewed a first edition of Grey’s …

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From art to technology | Cyprus courier

What are cookies As is common practice with almost all professional websites, https://cyprus-mail.com (our “Site”) uses cookies, which are tiny files downloaded to your device, to improve your experience. This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. We …

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UK’s first clothing brand created by young ex-offenders opens in Westfield

Young people released from prison receive training and mentoring to help them find long-term employment opportunities. // Inside Out is launching a one-of-a-kind pop-up store, “Blank Canvas”, located in Westfield Stratford City // The group received training and mentorship in areas such as screen printing and design, as well as …

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Vincent Trocheck Q&A: On free will, the art of waving and the dormant status of the Carolina Hurricanes

The Carolina Hurricanes have high expectations for themselves heading into the 2021-22 Stanley Cup Playoffs. A major force behind their confidence is Vincent Trocheck, their fiery second-line center. Trocheck is a big part of the Canes’ present but, as a waiting UFA, his role in their future is cloudy. How …

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Fashion finds space for inclusivity with gender-neutral clothing | Arts & Culture

Nothing flaunts self-expression quite like your wardrobe, but for people who choose not to conform to styles that reflect the gender binary, it can be difficult to find a way to feel comfortable and comfortable. to dress in a way that expresses who and what they are. they feel. The …

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Greta Van Fleet’s Josh Kiszka Apologizes For Indigenous Clothing

Greta Van Fleet singer Josh Kiszka has apologized to Indigenous fans for culturally appropriating clothing worn on stage. The band’s fans had recently adopted a #SpeakUpGVF hashtag online, calling on the singer to address the issue, as well as to remove particular photos Kiszka posted in 2017 showing him wearing …

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Vizstore aims to become a unique retail software for the furniture and furnishings industry

If you’ve read the history of Flipspaces, you know all about the passion they have for their tech stack and how they effectively leverage it to pursue the dream of breaking into the global market for home decor, furniture and furniture of 1,000 billion dollars. Reimagining interior design with technology, …

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How to raise a reader

A recent survey by the National Education Progress Assessment revealed that reading for pleasure among children is at an all-time low. The decline is, unsurprisingly here, likely attributed to increased screen usage. It is likely that these children who do not read will become adults who do not read. I …

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Furniture sharing platform keeps furniture out of landfills

Clothing rental platforms have become a go-to for fashionistas who want to stay fashionable without turning to fast-fashion retailers. Now, there’s a similar platform available for furniture and home decor pieces in an effort to keep household items out of landfills. Available in cities nationwide, Inhabitr uses a cloud-based system …

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Heartbreak as Antiques Roadshow rare Fabergé box halved after discovery

Jewelry historian John calmly spoke to the public about valuing the ‘rather ordinary’ box, before enthusiastically revealing that it was in fact a Fabergé cigarette case and worth thousands of books. Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8Cancel play now Antiques Roadshow: an expert examines a Fabergé …

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Is film art internationally banned or trash?

A Serbian film is a graphic horror film, so please note that this article contains references to content that some may find disturbing.About a year ago, a popular image of a horror movie iceberg graphic broadcast Reddit and Twitter. Each level represents a number of horror movies, starting with the …

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9 of the Worst Clothing Companies for ‘Forever Chemicals’

Trying to avoid “chemicals forever”? Then you may need to change where you buy clothes from. According to a new dashboard from the US Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Education Fund, Natural Resources Defense Council and Fashion FWD. The apparel companies have also been criticized for failing to provide “up-to-date, …

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“A scam antiques dealer took £13,000 of my late mother’s belongings and sold them on eBay”

A fraudster posing as an expert antiques dealer has made off with more than a hundred belongings from a deceased mother which he then whipped onto eBay. Con man Peter Taylor was jailed on March 31 for defrauding pensioners of assets worth thousands of pounds, Helen Ford, the grieving daughter …

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From the Heart of English Pottery: Yenke Peddler Antiques

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Holy Week and Passover are celebrated this week. May God bless each of you as spring renews our faithful feelings! As we prepare our festive tables, one of the oldest names in porcelain comes to mind. English Derbyware spans over a century of production. The first years …

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Architect Turns Terracotta Tiles Into Unique Furniture That Stays Cool In Summer

Jthere is no limit to what you can imagine and create. How about furniture made from clay tiles? Gujarat-based architect Manoj Patel, known for making extraordinary things out of ordinary things, chose to work with terracotta tiles to create stunning pieces of furniture. “Working with eco-friendly materials in a way …

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Go antique hunting in Burgundy and Provence on the exclusive Good Housekeeping cruise

Photo credit: © Marco Bottigelli – Getty Images From the fragrant purple lavender fields of Provence to the rolling vineyards of Burgundy, France’s unspoilt countryside makes it an idyllic destination that draws tourists from all over the world. VISIT BURGUNDY AND PROVENCE WITH GH Burgundy is famous for its wine …

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Antiques Roadshow guest speechless on review of 1920s mountaineer’s kit “Are you kidding!” | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

On the latest episode of Antiques Roadshow, the family of famed mountaineer Theodore Howard Somervell were stunned when expert Fuchsia Voremberg valued their expedition tools at £70,000. He participated in the 1922 and 1924 expeditions to Mount Everest and left a legacy for his family, including his grandson and great-grandson. …

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Jacqueline Jossa shows off her weight loss in a new clothing line

Jacqueline Jossa showed off her impressive weight loss as she poured her killer curves into her slew of brand new clothes as part of her spring collection with In The Style. On Saturday, April 9, the former EastEnders star shared her latest spring clothing line in collaboration with the fashion …

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Art review: discover the childhood of photographer Jona Frank in “Model Home”

In his brilliant 2012 book ‘Far from the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity’, Andrew Solomon offers a theory of ‘vertical’ and ‘horizontal’ identities. Vertical identities are inherited down the line; i.e. parental expectations, culture and ethnicity, socio-economic status, etc. But, especially for children with physical, mental and …

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5 Best Men’s Clothing in Virginia Beach, VA

Below is a list of the best men’s clothing in Virginia Beach. To help you find the best men’s clothing located near you in Virginia Beach, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. The best clothes for men in Virginia Beach: The top rated …

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Why a Cow Documentary Reveals the Limits of an Art Form

The poignant and sincere documentary “Cow”, directed by Andrea Arnold, is an out of place film. Despite all its virtues, its most interesting action is not on screen but only suggested. This gap reflects a widespread documentary practice that is also a conventional error in aesthetic judgment. Arnold and his …

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5 Best Women’s Clothing in Anaheim, CA

Below is a list of the best women’s clothing in Anaheim, California. To help you find the best women’s clothing located near you in Anaheim, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. Anaheim’s Best Women’s Clothing: The top rated Women’s Clothing in Anaheim, CA …

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Kovels Antiques: Tiffany desk sets are now known more for their craftsmanship than their functionality | Home & Garden

Terry and Kim Kovel King Features Syndicate Tiffany Studios is synonymous with luxury and decorative items like jewelry, useful pieces of precious metals and elaborate stained glass. The company also made practical items, such as its line of commercial desk accessories made from around 1890 to the 1930s. Desk sets …

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Is compostable furniture the future of sustainable design? | Architectural Summary

Compostable furniture might seem strange at first, but the idea isn’t as out of reach as you might think when you consider the latest advancements in sustainable design. While digesting the concept of ecological furniture, Jonsara Ruth wants you to think about wood. The co-founder and design director of the …

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‘Humor Me’ brings serious spirit to Schick Art Gallery – The Daily Gazette

“Humor Me,” an exhibit at the Schick Art Gallery at Skidmore College, is a welcome respite from the distressing news cycle of recent years. Sometimes darkly funny and sometimes funny, it features works by two regional artists, David Greenberger and Betsy Brandt, as well as works by artists from further …

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8th grader in Odessa launches ‘Finding Joy’ clothing line

ODESSA, Fla. — Odessa 8th grader Emily Nelson has a million dollar smile. But the 13-year-old Walker Middle School student is certainly not always happy. Far from it these days. “My friends struggle, and I struggle too,” she said. “You never know what people are going through.” She says the …

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The Antiquities Detective Answers Readers’ Questions, April 2, 2022 | Information about antiquities and teaching history

Origins of the wooden bowl: This wooden bowl has been in our family for over 100 years, according to my late mother. She remembered my grandmother who made bread dough there. She used it to make salads. I think it’s maple. It measures 14 inches in diameter and about 5 …

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🌱 Ramon Ayala falls on stage + Clothing line for cancer + Jewel closure

Morning, people of San Antonio! It’s me again, Gabriela Couvillion, your host of the San Antonio Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Sunny, windy and cooler. High: 84 Low: 48. Are you a local owner or trader? We can help you effortlessly deliver effective ads that reach customers in San Antonio. …

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Fine arts in furniture: the woodworking of Laura Kishimoto

It is easy to create a false dichotomy between fine art and design, between form and function or even between art and science. But for the Denver-based furniture and object designer Laura Kishimotoit is the intersection and overlap of these worlds that allows her to create her pieces that are …

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This luxury furniture brand creates custom pieces to cherish forever – Emirates Woman

Investing in bespoke furniture is a smart approach to sustainability. We spoke to Maison Roca about designing and running a business in interior space. What does your first 30 minutes of the day look like, your morning routine? My alarm clock is set for 6 a.m. every day, except on …

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Art Angle: Glue Guys

Three certainties preceded the Final Four game between Carolina and Duke. One: It would be the epic battle of the neighborhood blue bloods on the biggest stage and in front of the biggest audience to ever watch a college basketball game. Two: Due to its national (and global) reach, it …

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Simon Gregson ‘ordered to leave party after dancing shirtless on furniture while going on a sworn rant’

Bouncers reportedly ordered Simon Gregson home after his on-screen daughter Alexandra Mardell’s going away party in Manchester’s Deansgate area in February. In footage obtained by The Sun, the Coronation Street actor, 47, could be seen dancing shirtless on furniture after getting “a bit cheerful”. Simon reportedly directed his fury at …

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A book club organizes an Easter clothing drive

The Escapė (Es-ca-pay) book club is holding its Easter clothing drive, accepting new and used clothing in good condition, which will go to the Mahaica Children’s Home. Already, members of the book club are sorting through the bags of clothing that have been donated to make sure they are in …

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Traveling exhibit in search of stories, art celebrating the heritage of the Hispanic community of Covington

Just over two years after hosting a well-attended Latino picnic, the Behringer-Crawford Museum is hosting another event to connect with Covington’s thriving Hispanic community. What’s being called the Hispanic Cultural Collaboration Project will culminate later this year in a traveling exhibit that showcases the stories, art and histories of local …

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Fraudster swindled vulnerable West London pensioners out of £267,000 antiques before flogging them on eBay

A con artist who cheated elderly pensioners of their prized possessions by posing as an expert antique dealer has been jailed. Peter Taylor, 61, had visited homes in Chelsea and Fulham and won the trust of his vulnerable customers before whipping up their antiques, including a painting by Francis Bacon, …

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Antiques Roadshow Expert Blown Away By Glastonbury Armchair Worth Thousands | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

Furniture expert Lennox Cato got to know the Bishop of Taunton on a recent episode of Antiques Roadshow which gave him the rare opportunity to see the legendary 16th century Glastonbury chair. He saw the “truly wondrous” object at Bishop’s Palace, Somerset, which has been a site of special religious …

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