Occidental Leather

08 Mar 19
The 21st Century Yankee

I flew in from Los Angeles to see it. Typically you don’t go from LA to Beirut to see anything, unless you’re George Clooney (and that was back in the day), but the Olympus Bar was all anyone had talked about for months. The World had been kind of been a drag. The night before […]

08 Mar 19
continuoussearch

There are imaginary places that call to us. Illyria. Macondo–though be careful of that one, friend. The Invisible Cities that Polo reports on to the Khan. And Cocaigne. And so, at the end of the day, when I have spent the precious fortune of my wit and energy, spent it for what? Money? Success? Some […]

05 Mar 19
FredSwan.wine

LaRue Wines’ Katy Wilson’s been focused on the craft of winemaking since her first year at Cal Poly seventeen years ago. After graduating with degrees in Winemaking & Viticulture and Ag business, she worked at numerous, highly respected wineries here and abroad. They include Joseph Phelps (Napa Valley), Torbreck (Barossa Valley, AU), Craggy Range (Hawkes […]

28 Feb 19
GCU News

Greetings fellow Saints and GCU Chaplains; It is almost a bit overwhelming to try to share with you all the things that have transpired since our last class in San Angelo, Texas. As you all know from our previous post, apostle Hodge left Texas with cowboy boots and hat to venture to Remnant Fellowship which […]

28 Feb 19
Chemicals Insights

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is the third-most widely produced polymer, after polyethylene and polypropylene. PVC is one the most widely used plastics and is produced by polymerization of the monomer vinyl chloride. PVC has an amorphous structure with polar chlorine atoms and has fire retardant properties and oil/chemical resistance. PVC is widely used in construction, packaging, […]

28 Feb 19
Geek Q

This year, I had the amazing opportunity once again to attend New York Fashion Week for the second time in my life. You might remember my posts from last year about all the runway shows, parties, panels, and things related to Fashion Week. Well this year, I returned to the fashion mecca of the world […]

26 Feb 19
ukgovernmentwatch

SwordofCreation 4 February 2019 Notice Elliot Abrams? It’s not “America” it’s the freaking Jews playing God again; even the new fake president is a likely crypto like Marcon and Putin ‘the good guy’. —————————— @Aangirfan and anyone else with courage: Please help me break the Jewish censorship log jam with this key information on their […]

29 Jan 19
Velour Is Not For You

As the technology giant Apple begins showing interest in investing in the future…(futures?) of fashion, one is once again reminded that what people wear- howsoever frivolous its coverage has been made to sound in our outrage media- is in fact, a pretty serious  business of envisioning. A few weeks ago, Apple funded the Met Art […]

28 Jan 19
The Shanmarie Life

  One of the places my husband and I have longed to travel to is Italy. We did a lot of research and made lists of where in Italy we wanted to visit and ended up booking The Grand Tour of Italy with Senior Discovery Tours. Breakfast and dinner was included in the package and […]

25 Jan 19
World Site News

Olivier Rousteing is thinking on the lines of past, present and future and we are loving the overlapped thought in terms of define the present of fashion, think about the past and future at the same time. The French luxury fashion house Balmain’s creative director has also brought Balmain back to the couture domain after…

23 Jan 19
Quality Products

Buying local has reached benefits for the community and the environment. Studies have shown that small-scale, locally owned businesses create communities that are more prosperous, more strongly connected, and generally better off across a wide range of metrics. In the modern world, buying something that has been grown, produced or lovingly hand crafted by individuals […]

14 Jan 19
madlyfoodlover

What is a city, But the people; True the people Are the city. – Coriolanus Jamshedpur was founded by industrialist Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata in the early 20th century. J.D Tata understood the potential of steel and thus was searching for a place to set up a steel plant . Finally he with the help of […]

10 Jan 19
Shoes and Feet

    The Spanish phrase “Beso los pies” (I kiss your feet) comes from a time in history when Europe was devastated with syphilis epidemics during the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries when feet became sexualised and were commonly used as sex toys in intimate frottage. The ultimate favour in Spanish courtship was when a man […]

01 Jan 19
The Libertarian Labyrinth

WHAT is co-operation? From two words, con and opera, it means to work together. It is a practical instead of a speculative word, and is fraught with the most fruitful blessings for humanity. It is natural, therefore, that it should be so generally favored as the ultimate solution of the Labor Question.