Jonathan Adler

19 Mar 19
LGBTQ Reads

I am so freakin’ excited to be revealing this cover on the site today, and it’s not hard to see why. LOOK AT THAT MAJESTY. (But wait, not yet! First let me to tell you that this is a cover reveal for a historical YA called Ziggy, Stardust & Me by James Brandon, which releases […]

19 Mar 19
World Site News

(Reuters) – A Venezuelan general under sanction by the United States denounced the government of President Nicolas Maduro on Monday as “inept and corrupt” after fleeing for neighboring Colombia amid growing pressure on the isolated administration. The United States in 2018 sanctioned army General Carlos Rotondaro, former head of a state agency that provided medicine…

18 Mar 19
PEOPLE.com

Gorder is the only designer not returning for the second season of Discovery’s Trading Spaces reboot

18 Mar 19
American Woman Online

WANT/NEED: A fancy $10 Target wine, and more stuff you want to buy Welcome to Want/Need, a weekly roundup of the things our Deputy Editor, Emily Popp, is currently coveting. It might be a pair of pink leather loafers that make her feel like she’s got her s*#t together, or a pool float in the […]

18 Mar 19
The Cream Parlour

Jonathan Adler is one of my favourite furniture shops, I love the modern American glamour that their stuff oozes and eclectic charm. There is also a surrealistic twist in his artwork that always brings a smile to your face. I love the fact that he doesn’t take his designs too seriously, has so much fun […]

18 Mar 19
Sebastian Kurz Blog

The land of the free and the home of the brave is a paramount source of inspiration for design trends and leading ideas that influence the rest of the world’s trends. It’s impossible not to list New York (and the entire USA for that matter) in any list of the most relevant, ready-to-follow trends. From Jonathan Adler to Ryan Korban, or […]

18 Mar 19
Jehtro Lewis - Blog

Revisiting their debate on judicial protection of economic liberty. At the Federalist Society Student Symposium this weekend, Arizona State Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick recalled the 1984 debate between then-judge Antonin Scalia and Professor Richard Epstein over whether the federal judiciary should take a more active role in protecting economic liberty. Professor Epstein, as one […]

18 Mar 19
Jehtro Lewis - Blog

Recycling waste streams is supposed to be economical, but many jurisdictions are discovering that’s not always so. The costs faced by many municipal recycling programs are skyrocketing, causing some cities to consider waste management alternatives, including burning recyclable wastes in incinerators. The New York Times reports: Recycling, for decades an almost reflexive effort by American […]

17 Mar 19
Jehtro Lewis - Blog

for excellence in scholarship, teaching, and public impact. Many congratulations to our co-blogger and my dear friend Sam Bray, who just received the Federalist Society’s Joseph Story Award, which is the successor to the Paul M. Bator Award, “given annually to a young academic (40 and under) who has demonstrated excellence in legal scholarship, a […]

16 Mar 19
Jehtro Lewis - Blog

An interesting proposal for an energy-water corridor along the U.S.-Mexico border that might even pay for itself. I am profoundly skeptical that a physical barrier is the best approach to border security, but what if, instead of a wall, the nation constructed infrastructure that would generate electricity and help address other environmental concerns? A consortium […]