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Sweet as sugar: Moreish marshmallows
A little over five years ago, former advocate Karen Schneid-Lieberman ''came out of the confectionery closet". Having practised law for 19 years, she decided to ditch the courtroom and traverse...
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Palace of Versailles
Salon Dore exhibit back at Legion of Honor
Ma cherie, the soiree is in the salon -- the Salon Dore at San Francisco's Legion of Honor, where a steady stream of the bourgeoisie arrives daily, eager to view a room with a past. It's a present-day...
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
The Daily Review
Trends and how to use them
Check out Kimberley Seldon's tips for adding what's new to your decor. The 10 per cent rule. Similar to a nutrition guide that has fat and sugar at the top of the pyramid, when incorporating trends...
Read more at Daily News
Twenty years of SA democracy: A new fight must be...
Before we understand why that might be, we need to ask a fundamental question: are our lives better twenty years into democracy? We have made progress in extending basic services such as water,...
Read more at Daily Maverick
The ancient Egyptian obelisks that today decorate many European cities, among them Paris and London, were mostly transported during the nineteenth century when the desirability of preserving ancient...
Read more at Al-Ahram Weekly
articles/The th century to get its lustre back at...
By Francine Guillou and Victoria Stapley-Brown. Web only The galleries closed in 2005 and renovation work began in late 2011 with a €26m budget, funded entirely by private groups including the Louvre...
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The Best Hotels In Rome
When your plans lead to Rome, one of the most quintessential travel destinations, you can unpack your bags in a turn-of-the-century palace at the top of the Spanish Steps (where Grace Kelly...
Read more at Business Insider
Punto! Central Luzon -
KILOMETRIC LINES, phalanges more aptly, of commuters to the Metro Rail Transit stations desperately begged for relief from their government. Disbelief is what was impacted to them: “Yung MRT lang ba...
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Al Vitangcol III
Party photos of the week: Opera Atelier Versaille...
Forget Opera Atelier, this night was all about Michael Wekerle. The new addition to Dragon’s Den, and big Opera Atelier supporter, stole the spotlight at the sixth annual Versailles Gala and brought...
Read more at The Globe and Mail
Four Seasons hotel
Inside the 2014 D.C. Design House
When Forest Hills neighbors saw the front door being painted high-gloss turquoise, they knew something special was happening at the stately stone Colonial at 4600 Linnean Ave. NW. The gracious 1929...
Read more at Washington Post
The politics of what you wear
... fashion, one week you're in, the next you are out," is model and Project Runway host Heidi Klum's catchphrase. It's no secret that the industry is cut-throat, competitive and difficult but the...
Read more at Mail & Guardian
Alain de Botton
Inside The Lavish Apartment Of An Italian Mobster
Elaborate plaster moldings,
couches, a vintage phone, and an initials-engraved Jacuzzi — all sprinkled with a whole lot of gold. No, it’s not a Kardashian estate, but the apartment of a...
Read more at Business Insider
On passing of GST, sparing the rod and spoiling B...
On passing of GST, sparing the rod and spoiling BN – William Leong Jee Keen On April 7, 2014, with time enough for only 10 MPs on each side to debate, the Goods and Services Tax Bill 2014 was pushed...
Read more at The Malaysian Insider
Azizul Raheem Awalluddin
International Monetary Fund
Mugabe Summit Boycott 'Worst Form of Sabotage'
There has predictably been considerable contention around the issue of Zimbabwe's attendance at the EU-Africa summit following the denial of a visa to Mrs Grace Mugabe. Some sharp discourse has...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
At Home Living: Jamie Hancock: Asparagus - Eat li...
Asparagus has been depicted as an offering in an Egyptian frieze dating to 3000 B.C. The Romans and Greeks cultivated it over 2,000 years ago and ate it for its rich flavor and medicinal qualities. It...
Read more at The Topeka Capital-Journal
The Knowledge: Bingo! blunder costs Osborne full ...
Thursday 27th March 2014 | 20:00 The Knowledge: Bingo! blunder costs Osborne full houseGeorge Osborne has given the Conservatives a Budget bounce. But the Bingo! blunder cost them a full house, says...
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The yin and yang of spring both infuse decor
The yin and yang of spring make it such an interesting season. After the brutal bite of winter, even a gloomy spring day can lift our spirits with warmer breezes and an emerging palette of delicate...
Read more at The Columbian
New York City
Word Odyssey: Tantalizing Words from Greek Myths
To mark their victory over the Ottoman Empire that had ruled them for centuries, the Greeks celebrate March 25th as their Independence Day. In honor of their Independence Day, this week’s column will...
Read more at Tucson Weekly
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