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Trend Report: How to Dress Up Your Backyard

Trend Report: How to Dress Up Your Backyard

Shadee Tabasi April 17, 2014 0

If you are one of the lucky folks that has been blessed with an outdoor, backyard, or garden area, it means that it's time to get to planting and sprucing the space back up.

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LEGO Takeover: Hong Kong Reimagined

LEGO Takeover: Hong Kong Reimagined

Shadee Tabasi April 17, 2014 0

So, clearly one of our favorite things happen to be LEGOS. This is not only because of its nostalgia-inducing qualities, but also because of the countless ways in which you can use these “children’s

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DIY Thursday: Set Your Spring Time Picnic Table

DIY Thursday: Set Your Spring Time Picnic Table

Renee Rispoli April 17, 2014 0

That's right people, it is going to be 60 degrees with endless sun today, and that inspired a thought in my spring obsessed head: picnics are the best

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Underwater Photography: Happy Children Found at the Bottom of Your Swimming Pool

Underwater Photography: Happy Children Found at the Bottom of Your Swimming Pool

Charlotte Berger April 17, 2014 0

With the help of some extremely brave and equally-as-creative children, Martinez accomplished her goal of blurring the lines of fine art and conceptual photography

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The New New York: Metropolis’ “Living Cities” Design Competition

The New New York: Metropolis’ “Living Cities” Design Competition

Shadee Tabasi April 16, 2014 0

Metropolis, one of our favorite architecture & design blogs,  launched the Living Cities competition last fall. The concept – which was geared both to weathered architects and students – was to come up with a solution

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Recap: Face Off Season 6, Episode 14 – Cry Wolf

Recap: Face Off Season 6, Episode 14 – Cry Wolf

Linda Sue Strong April 16, 2014 0

Instead of sending someone home, all four Face Off artists are driven to a Universal Studios back lot for the last challenge before the finale. Werewolves. And they must belong to the same world

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Etsy Wednesday: Merchandise for Mad Men Fans

Etsy Wednesday: Merchandise for Mad Men Fans

Michelle Sanders April 16, 2014 0

The first half of the 7th and last season aired on April 13, 2014, and in honor of the final season in this groundbreaking series, we've selected a few Mad Men-themed Etsy items for

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Seen from the Sky: Geometric Aerial Photography by Klaus Leidorf

Seen from the Sky: Geometric Aerial Photography by Klaus Leidorf

Michelle Sanders April 16, 2014 0

58 year-old German pilot Klaus Leidorf sees what birds see—and he’s kind and talented enough to capture those scenes on camera and share them with the rest of us

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Banksy is Back with a Vengeance

Banksy is Back with a Vengeance

Shadee Tabasi April 15, 2014 0

While the title might point to more "sinister" antics, we truly are excited to see (what seems like) a return of famed street artist, Banksy

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Recap: Archer Vice, “Filibuster”

Recap: Archer Vice, “Filibuster”

Linda Sue Strong April 15, 2014 0

Archer has been left to rot in a godforsaken hole for three whole weeks. Lana brings him quasi-cornbread, but what Archer really wants is out. Or, sex through the steel bars. Whichever

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Tech Tuesday: Buy Google Glass For One Day Only… Today!

Tech Tuesday: Buy Google Glass For One Day Only… Today!

Shadee Tabasi April 15, 2014 0

If you are a tech nerd, today is the day all your dreams might come true. That is, if you've got the dough

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The Disappearing Face of New York City Through Demise of Mom-and-Pop Shops

The Disappearing Face of New York City Through Demise of Mom-and-Pop Shops

Nicole Bruce April 15, 2014 0

It’s no secret that New York City is constantly in flux. After all, the city is known for its fast-paced landscape of progress and cultural experiences. However, New York has recently witnessed a flurry

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