5 luxury senior residences designed to stun

Champalimaud Design, attached to renovations of prestigious hotels such as Raffles Singapore, was responsible for bringing the spaces to life. In its first senior living project, the company created a modern aesthetic with woodwork, crown molding, subtle gold and marble accents, and bespoke furniture with ergonomic details that help residents …

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Andover Trees United cabin construction to begin this summer

An Andover charity is calling for volunteers to help support it as its long-planned construction project prepares to take off. Andover Trees United (ATU) is set to begin construction on “ The Cabin, ” an off-grid volunteer center, forestry school and hangout next month, with a team of carpenters on …

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Unhedged: Talking Bubbles with Jeremy Grantham

This article is an on-site version of our Unhedged newsletter. Register now here to receive the newsletter directly in your inbox every day of the week Week two. Are we still having fun? Email me: [email protected] Talk bubbles with Jeremy Grantham, again I had a great conversation with Jeremy Grantham …

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Phillips to feature ‘Bitchcoin’ by groundbreaking artist Sarah Meyohas, Business News

NFTs will be auctioned online only and exchangeable for tangible works from the artist’s Cloud of Petals project HONG KONG, May 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Phillips is pleased to announce the sale of “Bitchcoin“ by a conceptual artist Sarah Meyohas, one of the first pioneers in the field …

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Illinois political muscle withers with shrinking population – NBC Chicago

In the summer of 1952, the Chicago International Amphitheater, with air conditioning and state-of-the-art accommodations for a new breed of broadcast journalists, hosted not one but two presidential nominating conventions. The city’s 3.6 million people were almost twice the size of Los Angeles which, while glamorous and growing, was still …

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Art for Covid relief: The Tribune India

Bindu Gopal Rao Art for the sake of art – artists have often been reprimanded. But in these unprecedented times, they stand alongside the country, helping people fight dark times through their art, both directly and indirectly. The artists propose a series of initiatives to help NGOs and organizations in …

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Kalispell sells last batch of Old School station

Kalispell City Council has offered to proceed with the sale of the last batch of Old School Station, one of six plots south of downtown that the city acquired in 2015. Bill Phillips of DCP Kalispell LLC made the bid on Lot 4 at an estimated price of $ 293,000, …

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Vermont Arts News | Vermont Arts

MIDDLESEX – Ballet Vermont presents their Bees & Friends ballet at Camp Meade on Sunday, May 30 to celebrate spring with their ballet featuring bees, insects and birds and their spring rituals. The shows take place at 2 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. The show takes place on “The Four Seasons” …

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Atlanta Travel Guide: Where to Stay, What to Eat & More

The unofficial capital of the South, Atlanta has experienced remarkable prosperous days since the turn of the 21st century. The city has a venerable restaurant and bar, top-notch museums, and a host of major historical attractions. It is also home to a thriving film industry, which has earned it the …

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