Furniture Village

23 Feb 19
Bill Longnecker writes here

The ambient brightness of the sun blazing through my northwest facing, open window, hurts my sleepy eyes. Yet this yields no immediate clue to the time of morning or where I am at. the sensation of waking up in a hotel room has always given me this effect of temporary disorientation. This morning is no […]

23 Feb 19
Jamie Steele - Blog

  Hello, my friends! How are you doing today? I hope you’re having a nice and sunny day! It’s a real pleasure to be sharing this newly-built Newport Island beach house designed by Eric Aust Architect (recently featured on Home Bunch here: Newport Beach Bayfront House), built by Clayton Builders, Inc. and with interiors by […]

22 Feb 19
Samuel Marcus - Blog

  Hello, my friends! How are you doing today? I hope you’re having a nice and sunny day! It’s a real pleasure to be sharing this newly-built Newport Island beach house designed by Eric Aust Architect (recently featured on Home Bunch here: Newport Beach Bayfront House), built by Clayton Builders, Inc. and with interiors by […]

22 Feb 19
THE VOICE

​ I remember that evening. The wind was unruly. It was definitely going to rain cats and dogs. But nothing was going to prevent me from seeing the love of my life… or so I thought. [Repeated sounds of quick jabs against a crying furniture, a moan and cuss words] Jamachi Nicole. Yes, the love […]

22 Feb 19
Jeremy Welch - Blog

  Hello, my friends! How are you doing today? I hope you’re having a nice and sunny day! It’s a real pleasure to be sharing this newly-built Newport Island beach house designed by Eric Aust Architect (recently featured on Home Bunch here: Newport Beach Bayfront House), built by Clayton Builders, Inc. and with interiors by […]

22 Feb 19
AREA Chicago Archive

[This text was originally published in AREA Chicago #6 in June 2008] Every so often, AREA Chicago develops a “city wide interview” where we distribute a question that we would like to have a wide range of folks respond to. The question is usually quite broad and it can get interpreted many different ways. It […]

22 Feb 19
Critically Speaking

It was over forty years ago that the people of Troedrhigwair began their fight against a local council forcing them out of their homes. Yet it comes as no surprise that, in 2015, a play exploring that chapter of history still feels so relevant. Motherlode manage to bridge that gap between the historical and the […]

22 Feb 19
Dr. George Hatzigiannis

Visitors will enjoy an unforgettable stay at any of these six luxurious hotels on the Greek islands.

22 Feb 19
Dawn Jeman - Blog

  Hello, my friends! How are you doing today? I hope you’re having a nice and sunny day! It’s a real pleasure to be sharing this newly-built Newport Island beach house designed by Eric Aust Architect (recently featured on Home Bunch here: Newport Beach Bayfront House), built by Clayton Builders, Inc. and with interiors by […]

22 Feb 19
Lina Lamont

One thing about revisiting old haunts is the inevitable clash of one’s sentimental attachment with the reality of change. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has returned to places or situations with a longing to, if not quite recreate the past, at least have it evoked. It is therefore ridiculous that I should […]

22 Feb 19
Out of Town Blog

Check Out These Top 7 Luxury And Cool Ice Hotels Lots of people like to go on winter vacations. Active types might follow the winter sun so they can enjoy the water sports while lazier comrades look on from their sun-loungers. Or they could opt for a winter sports holiday and spend time skiing, snowboarding […]

22 Feb 19
My Blog

We are used to seeing antique ornate wooden furniture, but seeing exquisitely carved wood decorative items are still a rarity. The person who infuses soul in wood is the Italian sculptor, Nino Orlandi, who has dedicated over 13 years in perfecting his sculpting technique. Little wonder his wood sculptures seem so realistic.

22 Feb 19
The Great Escape

February 3 We left Geneva behind and were on our way to the Swiss city of Lucerne (or Luzern as it is spelled and pronounced by the Swiss) and the scenery en route was simply extraordinary offering endless views of mountains and lush evergreen forests. It seems there is no such thing as a bad […]

22 Feb 19
Hazel Stainer

Eighty years ago on 19th July 1938, two of the most significant and influential figures of the 20th century met for the first and only time. These were Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), the father of psychoanalysis and Salvador Dalí (1904-89), a prominent Spanish surrealist painter. In order to mark the anniversary of this event, the Freud […]