Day: October 12, 2020

Upscale Furniture Retailer Sawyer Twain Reveals Product Line For The 2020 Holiday Season

Known for their unique designs and exceptional experience, Sawyer Twain is a leading brand of upscale game room furniture products. Expanding upon perceptions about what the classic pool table entails, these handmade; billiards, shuffleboard, card tables, table tennis, and more fit into any space design and immediately elevate it. The online retailer has also built on its brand, offering a wide array of high-end living and dining room, and luxury outdoor furniture products.


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21 Family Room Decorating Ideas, Ranging from a Quick Refresh to a Total Overhaul

The kitchen’s reign as the heart of the home has gone on long enough. This year, it’s time to reclaim your family room—or living room, den or whatever you call the space where your sofa and coziest armchair reside—as the ultimate hangout. Whether you’re looking for a quick refresh or a total overhaul, we’ve got the inspo you need. These family room decorating ideas run the gamut, with options for every skill level and style.

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iPhone 12 finally gets a new design, which means it could be even harder to repair

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Apple’s known for its obsessive focus on the iPhone’s design.


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This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters.

When Apple’s 5G iPhone 12, or whatever it’s called, gets announced on Tuesday, Oct. 13, during the company’s online-only launch event, industry watchers will be looking closely to see how Apple sells us on 5G wireless, its new chips and cameras,

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London’s Shreeji Turns From Local Newsagent to Culture Concept Space

LONDON — Sandeep Garg first opened Shreeji in 1982 as a local newsagent and tobacconist in London’s Marylebone area.

Fast forward to 2020 and Shreeji finds itself surrounded by some high-flying neighbors. Across the street is André Balazs’ now-famous hotel and restaurant Chiltern Firehouse, while an array of specialty stores keep cropping up on the street, from the sustainable label Ssone to modern-day tailor Casely-Hayford — all at a time when staying local has gained

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The 10 most popular classes to take from celebrities on MasterClass

From gardening to magic tricks, these courses will inspire you.
From gardening to magic tricks, these courses will inspire you.

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It seems like I can’t go anywhere on the internet without seeing Anna Wintour asking if you want to learn how to be a boss. Or Margaret Atwood inspiring me to write the next Great American Novel. I’m talking about MasterClass, celebrity-taught online courses that are

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5 virtual events not to miss

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Modernism Week’s fall preview won’t include any in-person events due to COVID-19, but the celebration of mid-century architecture and design is still happening online. 

The annual event typically draws mid-century modern architecture fans to the Palm Springs area for home and neighborhood tours, lectures and parties that offer a taste of education and preservation efforts ahead of Modernism Week. 

Modernism Week Executive Director Lisa Vossler Smith

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Tucson steakhouse launches ghost kitchen for rapper Wiz Khalifa | Caliente

“One of the big challenges a lot of operators face during the pandemic is they were not set up for delivery, or their food does not deliver well and those restaurants are in big trouble,” said Nextbite CEO Geoff Madding, who said the virtual kitchens are given the recipes and are responsible for providing the ingredients; the restaurant and Nextbite then split the profits. “We give them a whole lot of brands and the cool

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Don’t Buy Apple Products Today

Did you just drop your iPhone on the pavement and watch your screen splinter into a thousand pieces? 

Did your dog eat your left AirPod Pro? 

Did your HomePod make a weird wheezing sound and then die in a puff of smoke? 

Don’t buy another. 

With tomorrow’s keynote on the horizon, Apple is ready to finally unveil

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Federal workers should have option to pay Social Security taxes now, senators say

Starting in September, Social Security payroll taxes have been suspended for the majority of the 2.1 million federal workers apart from the U.S. Postal Service, in what amounts a loan they must pay back starting January.

The bill’s introduction follows letters from members of Congress and federal employee unions asking the administration to make the policy optional inside the government, as it is for private sector employers. Among executive branch agencies, only the quasi-corporate Postal

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This German Amusement Park Is Inside A Nuclear Power Plant

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Screenshot: Tom Scott on YouTube

In Germany, there is a fully developed nuclear power station built decades ago that was never put into service. One day, an amusement park swing ride was installed inside the station’s cooling tower, and now the facility functions as a local tourist attraction. It looks like fun, in a creepy Orwellian fashion.

Tom Scott’s latest Amazing Places video on YouTube features the amusement park, called Wunderland

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The best free antivirus software for 2020

For years, if you wanted the best antivirus software, you had to pay big bucks for protection and security. Any free antivirus software admittedly lacked some critical features, like fraud protection or link blocking. While some antivirus programs cost money, there are plenty of free options with fantastic features.

You don’t have to sacrifice on cost or features to enjoy features like malware blockers at no cost to you. You can download these programs and

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2021 Hyundai Santa Fe gets a makeover, is a total stunner

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The chonkier front end of the new 2021 Santa Fe is a welcome change.


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Hyundai is on a roll. We’ve been enamored with most of its recent releases and refreshes, and aside from the whole stinky Palisade thing, the company seems to be able to do no wrong. Case in point, the refreshed 2021 Santa Fe. This thing not only has unique styling that totally works for a midsize SUV, but it’s got

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Woodland Mall hosting outdoor pop-up fall festival

There will be elephant ears, caramel apples, caramel corn, donuts and cider all day for participants to enjoy.

KENTWOOD, Mich. — To celebrate the new season, beautiful leaves, and crisp fall air, the Woodland Mall is hosting a pop-up fall festival this weekend.

The family-friendly event will take place on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m., in collaboration with ACP Entertainment.

The fall festival will be held in the Von Maur parking

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NASA Finally Built a Space Toilet for Women

Meir said the training is crucial for understanding the old toilets’ plumbing, but the best advice for actually using them comes from her fellow astronauts. When Meir flew to the ISS last year, her best friend, Christina Koch, was already there. Koch showed her how to situate herself and which handrails and foot restraints helped most. “I actually found that I could do it with the existing toilet,

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Meet the men who are knitting for mindfulness

Ronnie Wood may be not be what people expect when they think of knitting  - Markus Schreiber/AP
Ronnie Wood may be not be what people expect when they think of knitting – Markus Schreiber/AP

A couple of times a week, Milli Abrams watches as a strange ritual takes place outside her yarn shop in Richmond upon Thames. Depending on the day, a shifty looking off-duty builder or policeman will appear on the opposite side of the street from her shop, Tribe, and perform a drive-by. Glancing in as they stroll past the

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Woman sues to test US disability compliance

David Sharp, The Associated Press
Published 9:30 a.m. ET Oct. 12, 2020 | Updated 9:31 a.m. ET Oct. 12, 2020

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Here are 6 tips to know before you book your flight during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A disabled Florida woman paid a virtual visit to Maine and left a trail of lawsuits in her wake. Six to be exact.

Deborah Laufer is described in the federal lawsuits as a

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The new Nest Thermostat is more affordable than ever at just $130

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Morgan Stanley: 2 Stocks That Could Climb Over 40%

Since President Trump was released from the hospital, following his bout with the coronavirus, the headlines have turned towards the possibility of a new economic stimulus package. On both sides of the aisle, there’s a perception that the public needs this – support for unemployment benefits, support for small businesses, more cash injected into the system – as a new wave of COVID cases starts

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Apple is about to hold ‘the most significant iPhone event in years’

On Tuesday, Apple is holding a launch event where it will reveal this year’s iPhone lineup.

In most years, Apple announces its iPhones in September, and they go on sale shortly after that. This year is different. Apple instead released new Apple Watches last month and pushed the iPhone announcement to October. The delay is an outgrowth of the Covid-19 pandemic, which disrupted electronics manufacturing and forced most Apple employees to work from home.

Still,

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Apple’s iPhone 12 will finally get a new design — finally

iphone-chargers-1

Apple’s known for its obsessive focus on the iPhone’s design.


Angela Lang/CNET

This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters.

When Apple’s 5G iPhone 12, or whatever it’s called, gets announced on Tuesday, Oct. 13, during the company’s online-only launch event, industry watchers will be looking closely to see how Apple sells us on 5G wireless, its new chips and cameras, and

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Meet Rutgers’ building blocks under Greg Schiano: Scouting the 2020 recruiting class, Part 3

This is the third of a three-part series on Rutgers recruiting.

Part 1: Rebuilding the defensive line

Part 2: Who will be the impact players?

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Most of them would normally spend their first year at Rutgers lifting weights and learning how to balance college courses and athletics, appearing in no more than four games to preserve their redshirt.

But these are not normal times.

Rutgers coach Greg Schiano and his staff will have unprecedented

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