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This 9/11, Revisit Jason Bermas’ Critical Documentaries “Loose Change” and “Fabled Enemies”

Some interviews just write themselves. That rarity occurs when the interviewee is powerful and knowledgeable, relevant, compassionate, accomplished, fun, and most of all, a complete original. Hmmm … you mean someone like Jason Bermas, the independent journalist and documentary filmmaker? Exactly! Jason Bermas co-produced and edited the Internet-documentary sensation questioning the official 9/11 narrative titled […]

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Arayaasanee House / dminusplusb | ArchDaily

Arayaasanee House / dminusplusb © Nattakit Jeerapatmaitree + 45 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/968141/arayaasanee-house-dminusplusb © Nattakit Jeerapatmaitree Text description provided by the architects. Arayaasanee family grow and assemble Business at Amphawa District Samut Songkhram Province for a long time, therefore intending to build a new house In an area where he […]

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Phil Panza Is Making Fun Home Decor With a Streetwear Twist

Phil Panza sits on top of his functional sculpture, a tufted and upholstered Yankees cap. Photo: Sam McKenna In the last half-decade, the worlds of forward-thinking streetwear and home decor have started to bump up against each other with newfound zest. The highly influential designer and architect Virgil Abloh was tapped for an IKEA collaboration […]

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Planting time, native plants, and sneezing gardeners: This Weekend in the Garden

Prime time for planting projects Now that Labor Day 2021 is in the books, it’s a good time to get busy on any planting projects on your to-do list. September through mid-October is one of Pennsylvania’s two best time frames for planting almost all trees, shrubs, perennial flowers, and evergreens. (Early to mid-spring is the […]

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Painted woodwork? Flex rooms? ‘Life proof’ materials?

Fresh, invigorating new home designs and the latest construction products and techniques will take center stage during this year’s Rochester Fall Showcase of Homes (Sept. 18-19 and 25-26) and Remodelers Tour (Sept. 18-19). The events give the public an opportunity to view the latest in new home building design and renovation trends. The event also […]

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Ideas for Corporate Retreat That Your Employees Will Actually Enjoy

People who work for the same company, even in the same office, can still feel disconnected. Imagine how hard it is now when most work remotely. So what are the best team-building activities in which a company can invest? Aside from a yearly holiday party or after-work gatherings, a company retreat is the most beneficial […]

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Abode home decor store in Rochester NY moving to Pittsford

A local furniture and home décor retailer that started out seven years ago in a 1,000-square-foot storefront at 289 Gregory St. in Rochester’s South Wedge is on the move again, this time to a much larger space in the suburbs. In 2018, Abode, which emphasizes a mid-century modern aesthetic, more than doubled in size by relocating a half mile away […]

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Christina Haack Introduces a New Style That’s Bound To Be Big

Christina Haack knows a lot can go wrong during a renovation, but she doesn’t expect to have not just one, but two huge design problems with her latest project on “Christina on the Coast.” In the Season 4 episode “Zen Kitchen Transformation,” Haack meets Michelle and Mark, who love their Long Beach, CA, home but […]

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