Shaine Casas swims 1: 42.96 200 IM at Art Adamson Invitational

Shaine Casas swims 1: 42.96 200 IM at Art Adamson Invitational One year later Shaine Casas broke during his junior season at Texas A&M, he is no longer a member of the Aggies swim team after revealing his intention to move to Austin and swim in the University of Texas …

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Vintage furniture is the hottest interior design trend

In 2020, everyone was spending more time at home. They also spent more money to furnish it: according to to a recent report, spending on furniture and appliances rose from $ 373 billion to $ 405 billion over the year. And while, yes, e-commerce sites across the board have seen …

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Marshall Furniture Provides Lightning-Fast Service to Tulane University to Extend Hybrid Learning Model

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in the spring of 2020, colleges and universities around the world had to adapt quickly to the new distance learning environment. For Tulane University and countless others, this included training in distance learning tools, revamping the curriculum, and most importantly, modifying physical facilities for the …

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Different types of tea cultivation in the world, the art of tea

What makes the earth turn and the days pass? Tea, of course, a drink that unites and brings people all over the world together. And it’s more than just a drink. Over the past 2,000 years, the wild eastern Himalayan Camellia sinensis plant has conquered and dominated the planet. The …

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Shop for the best Arc’teryx clothing for winter 2021 here

In the ever-changing brand rankings, one name has been climbing the charts over the past year, and it’s about to hit the top. Arc’teryx rode the roaring wave of gorpcore and techwear, picking up a range of celebrity endorsements and high-end collaborations along the way. All in all, it’s a …

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Barry Rose’s art helps shape Denver’s identity

Hundreds of thousands of people flock to Barry Rose’s work every year in the city and county of Denver, and odds are some of them even stop to contemplate it. “The hardest part is creating art that speaks to the community where it is based,” said Rose, 70, as he …

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American Sampler antique shop closes after 40 years on Montclair Church Street

The owners of American Sampler, Pam and William Lamoglia, thank the community for supporting the company for 40 years. (DIEGO JESUS ​​BARTESAGHI MENA / STAFF) By DIEGO JESUS ​​BARTESAGHI [email protected] American Sampler will close its doors at the end of 2021, after more than 40 years of activity on Church …

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Mother-daughter duo finds thrill in furniture refurbishment

CINCINNATI – Mother-daughter duo Tayler Warmack and Marne Kappes are excited to breathe new life into forgotten furniture that most people throw away. What would you like to know Thornton & Hunt was created by mother-daughter duo Tayler Warmack and Marne Kappes The two have always loved finding old furniture …

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Big Men and Little Cars – the story behind Schuco

Along with the three great American passions – baseball, hot dogs and apple pie – there should be a fourth: the automobile. Guess Puddles the Dog should be there too, but we’ll deal with that later. For auto enthusiasts with limited garage space and bank accounts, collecting model cars is …

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