25 best Christmas gifts for the whole family

Buying a gift for a family, whether it’s your own or someone else’s, can be tricky. Everyone has different interests, especially when children of different ages are involved. In this case, gifts that celebrate family ties (like a personalized portrait of everyone together!) everyone can enjoy them and have fun …

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The 11 best living room furniture to buy in 2021

Photo by Spacejoy on Unsplash Some of the best furniture sets are pieces that will suit your personality and style, and are made of quality materials. Previously, furniture had to match, you had to buy living room sets and you had to be happy with it. Of course, you can …

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How to Make the Most of a Fall Foliage Road Trip

When I visited the Berkshires in western Massachusetts in August and Beech Mountain in North Carolina in early September, I had the same thought: I bet those scenic forest views are even Following spectacular when the leaves start to change. And I know I’m not the only one who is …

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Inside Chad Davis’ spellbinding glassblowing process

This artist is one of many featured at Field + Supply, the modern craft show taking place this week in Kingston, New York. Learn more about Field + Supply (and purchase tickets) here. For Chad Davis, working with glass is a rewarding practice. Not only is the material a wonder …

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Overstock fall sale offers: rugs, recliners, wall mirrors and more

Fall is a wonderful opportunity to transform your living space into something more comfortable for the colder months. It might also be the time to add a splash of color to ward off that gloomy weather. Whether or not you already have an idea to implement or are looking for …

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In times of stress, people find comfort in snacks. During the pandemic, restaurants too.

El Ponce started selling snacks and products, like cajeta, during the pandemic.Photograph by Laura Stone When Atlanta restaurants closed their dining rooms at the start of the pandemic, nearly all of them began offering take-out, even though they had never had one before – a move meant to keep them …

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A Microcosm of Segregated America: Best Photograph by Michael von Graffenried | Photography

TThe guy on the left is Frank Palombo, the former police chief in New Bern, North Carolina, a town I’ve spent the past 15 years photographing. In 2006, an organization called Swiss Roots invited me to document New Bern as part of its mission to promote a positive image of …

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The five safest cities in the world after the pandemic

Tokyo The capital of Japan ranked fifth in the overall index and at the top of the Health Security Index, which measures factors such as universal health care, pandemic preparedness, life expectancy, mental health and mortality related to Covid-19. Although cases rose during the Olympics, rates fell dramatically, with vaccinations …

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Sheryl Crow’s New Album Live From The Ryman Gives Us More

BY KARYN A. POKLETAR After a career spanning more than 30 years, Sheryl Crow has grown from an elementary school music teacher to an internationally renowned rock-pop-blues and country artist. Live from the Ryman and more looks back on the career of the “If It Makes You Happy” singers with …

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Creator of content and social networks

About our company: We’re an Australian family-owned business that has taken pride in lighting homes with quality, designer bedding and housewares for over 40 years. Starting off as a modest stall selling homemade cushions at Sydney’s Paddy’s Markets in the 1970s, KAS Australia is a family business that has grown …

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