Day: October 2, 2020

The 10 best cloth face masks you can buy online

These are the 10 best masks we've ever tested.
These are the 10 best masks we’ve ever tested.

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Due to coronavirus (COVID-19), face masks and coverings have become a new normal for society. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends people wear cloth face masks to help slow the spread of the virus, and in many places, doing so is either advised or

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From Prada to Jo Malone, the Most Luxurious Discounts Online This Week

Now that there’s a distinct feeling of fall in the air in many parts of the country, your attention may be turning to the new arrivals sections of your favorite luxury retailers. But don’t sleep on the sales: From MyTheresa to East Dane, the web’s leading purveyors of luxury goods have started offering discounts on the kinds of things you’ll need to ease into the season’s cooler temperatures and cozy at-home vibes. From lightweight layers

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2550 E La Serena Drive, Flagstaff, US, AZ – Luxury Real Estate Listings for Sale

Situated on nearly one acre and located on the most desirable street in Pine Canyon, you will find this 7 bedroom, 5 bath luxury home featuring 6,852 square feet of thoughtfully crafted living space. Designed by Aude Stang of ADS and Built by Jim Graves, this residence is a winner of the Coconino County Sustainable Building Award and is Energy Star-Rated. Offering multi-family living, this home can sleep thirty. Designed with three stories, the floor

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Chuck’s Restaurant in Des Moines’ Highland Park to get historic remodel

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The hardware store that’s been a mainstay of Des Moines’ north side for nearly 90 years is closing its doors.

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One of Des Moines’ oldest restaurants will undergo a historic renovation as the neighborhood around it experiences a renaissance of sorts. 

About $1.4 million will be invested in the 125-year-old building that’s home to Chuck’s Restaurant, 3610 Sixth Ave., to fix a falling roof and exterior wall, upgrade mechanical systems, improve

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An Agile Scrum product owner is your company’s MVP. This course can get you there

An Agile Scrum product owner is your company’s MVP. This course can get you there

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TLDR: The Complete Agile Scrum Product Owner Masterclass Course teaches what it takes to lead a project from ideation to successful completion.

In the world of project management as outlined by one of the most popular PM methodologies, the Agile Scrum product owner is basically the team’s quarterback. Recruited by an employer to bring a new product to fruition, the product owner starts moving the ball down the field. They spot holes

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Putting on A Show During The Pandemic

I am assistant directing and working with an amazing team as we try to navigate putting on a show during COVID.

BWW Blog: Putting on A Show During The Pandemic

This week is our first and only week of rehearsal as I get ready to help put on the production of Waiting for Lefty for my college SUNY New Paltz. I am assistant directing and working with an amazing team as we try to navigate putting on a show during COVID. This is unlike

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A Vegan Chef’s Top Tips For Preparing Vegan Cuisine

At Chef Reid Trapani’s Happy Seed vegan pop up in Atlanta last week it was hard to get a seat—-and most of the guests were not full-time vegans. Says Trapani, who specializes in inventive authentic Latin dishes using plant based ingredients, “so many of our guests tell us they’d eat like this all the time.”

Clearly the demand for vegan cuisine is on the rise. Whether you are a

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‘The status quo is not going to work.’

The iconic two-story Barnes & Noble stood over Baltimore’s waterfront for more than two decades, a one-of-a-kind spot to browse, gather, work or sip coffee among thousands of book titles and CDs in a former steam-generating plant.

The store’s sudden closure in the Power Plant complex hit hard, followed by the closing of the restaurant Dick’s Last Resort. The blows keep coming for the Inner Harbor, already beset by store and restaurant closures, thinning crowds

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US President Donald Trump will ‘remain on the job’ despite getting coronavirus, White House insists

The president is facing questions about the wisdom of holding events with hundreds of supporters, often without social distancing, as on Wednesday night in Minnesota, the day before his positive test.

During Tuesday night’s debate against Mr Biden in Cleveland, Ohio, members of the Trump family were seen removing their face masks while watching in the room despite rules saying only the two candidates and the moderator could do so.

A flood of supportive messages

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Maude Vibe is the Minimalist Vibrator for Maximalist Pleasure

One not-awful by-product of living through these pandemic times is that masturbation has become widely understood as a self-care practice. In light of that welcome embrace of reality, you may well have found yourself in a rabbit hole of researching rabbit vibrators (and other types of toys as well). And sure, when it comes to pleasure, more is more, so it’s great that so many toy options abound. But that reality can also make selecting

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University of Washington studies future of urban package delivery with lockers and street sensors

This locker in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood is part of a larger study of deliveries and urban mobility. (University of Washington Urban Freight Lab Photo)

Fed up with porch pirates snatching your packages? Missed yet another delivery that requires a signature because you couldn’t hear the delivery person knock over your umpteenth video meeting of the day? Property manager at your apartment or condo building sending yet another nagging note to pick up packages because the

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12 Things Every Dev Should Know About Ergonomic Software Design

Ergonomic design has long been a primary consideration for developing furniture, hardware and other consumer products. But ergonomics doesn’t only apply to physical objects; good ergonomic design is a factor in everything people interact with, including software and mobile apps. Therefore, tech developers need to be thinking about this as they design and create user experiences.

To help, we asked a panel of experts from Forbes Technology Council to explain what developers should know

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Top Designers Strut Their Stuff at Cooper Hewitt Gala | At the Smithsonian

As the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s 21st National Design Awards gala kicked off Thursday evening, host Bobby Berk told a story about his own introduction to design, which paved the way for his eventual fame on “Queer Eye” and beyond. He recalled visiting a Target store, where he observed the results of the iconic collaboration between the retailer and architect Michael Graves: ordinary, affordable household projects designed to delight their users.

“Right then and

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Announces New Family-Friendly Online Environment to Support Caregivers in At-Home Learning

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BOSTON, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —
BOSTON, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Learning Company Houghton Mifflin Harcourt today introduced Family Room™, a brand new, family-friendly online space that supports diverse teaching environments and makes at-home learning more manageable for families and caregivers using HMH solutions. Family Room provides an intuitive, ever-growing library of on-demand resources created with parents in mind,

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How to Create a Chic Home Office Out of Random Furniture

WHEN THE pandemic struck and forced so many Americans to shun office buildings and embrace the idea of WFH, many of us floundered. Our apartments and bungalows lacked home offices. Kitchen islands were drafted as muffin-crumb-strewn “desks.” Some of us retreated to our beds to curl up with a laptop in ways psychologists might have found troubling.

1960s Mid Century Modern Gerald Thurston Lightolier Lamp, $1,800, chairish.com

In many cases, however, Americans rallied, surveyed their

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Punishments never deter children and have no place in school life

How do you manage difficult or bad behaviour in the classroom when you know that those “acting up” come from backgrounds that would challenge any of us? Poverty, violence, isolation, abandonment, every kind of trauma.

And we all know that old-style discipline – the cane, the lines, the expulsions and humiliations – have never done more than serve as crowd control at best; at worst, treating young people with aggression has always been pointless. Harsh

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How Familiarity Can Enhance Experiences

Creative Director of ArtVersion, a Chicago design consultancy. We craft ideal user experiences for the world’s most innovative companies.

Our society is continually inspired by innovation. As creatives, it can consequently be tempting to shift from established design conventions in pursuit of originality. While innovative thinking should definitely be encouraged in design, there is also a certain logic in adhering to standards and best practices, particularly as they relate to user experience (UX)

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Utah sausage makers use family recipes and traditional techniques to make a link with the past

Three Utah businesses are revitalizing the popularity of one of the world’s oldest ways of preserving meat: making sausage.

The companies are taking the age-old processes — using spices and salt to preserve and flavor any number of proteins — to make sausages by hand, using recipes from around the world and techniques passed down through generations.

“Every culture has a sausage, a bread and a dumpling,” said Justin Field, executive chef at Bewilder Brewing

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13 things Costco has decided it won’t sell anymore

13 things Costco has decided it won't sell anymore
13 things Costco has decided it won’t sell anymore

Costco often sends members and fans into a frenzy when news breaks of a popular item’s discontinuation.

Some departing products have inspired online petitions, others quietly disappeared from store shelves or the food court menu.

Once a product enters the warehouse chain’s graveyard there’s often very little indication it’ll rise again. Take some time to mourn and remember Costco items that have come and gone throughout

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