• Rich Wood and Green Bring Midcentury Style

    Rich Wood and Green Bring Midcentury Style

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    Vermont Interior DesignSave Photo After: The designers removed the cabinets, countertops, backsplash tile, appliances and island. They moved the refrigerator location to a wall opposite the sink. “The cabinets were coming apart so they couldn’t be donated, but we were able to look for family and friends who were able to use some of the…

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  • Three Easy Upgrades Gretch Is Adding To Her Rental Kitchen (+ A Renter-Friendly Reno Project On The Horizon)

    Three Easy Upgrades Gretch Is Adding To Her Rental Kitchen (+ A Renter-Friendly Reno Project On The Horizon)

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    I’m sitting across my half-baked, honey oak rental kitchen, staring it down from the couch as my left foot rests, iced and elevated. The Bear is streaming on the massive TV I’ve placed on a bench and pushed up against the back of my kitchen island. I tune out the show, opting instead to question…

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  • DH Property Holdings Gets M for Philly Industrial Project

    DH Property Holdings Gets $54M for Philly Industrial Project

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    Dov Hertz, founder & principal at DH Property Holdings LLC. Image courtesy of DH Property Holdings LLC DH Property Holdings LLC, of New York, has received a $53.8 million construction loan for its PhilaPort Logistics Center. ACORE Capital provided the funds in a deal arranged by Walker & Dunlop. The 282,250-square-foot last-mile warehouse and distribution…

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  • In San Francisco, a Gallerist Followed Her Heart to a New Apartment for Around  Million

    In San Francisco, a Gallerist Followed Her Heart to a New Apartment for Around $1 Million

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    If her parents had had their way, Sierra Nguyen might still be training to become an anesthesiologist. The child of Vietnamese refugees who escaped after the fall of Saigon, Ms. Nguyen grew up in Martinez, a small city in Northern California. She excelled in the sciences and got a scholarship to Saint Mary’s College of…

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  • Hundreds gather to remember former fire chief fatally shot at Trump rally in Pennsylvania – Chicago Tribune

    Hundreds gather to remember former fire chief fatally shot at Trump rally in Pennsylvania – Chicago Tribune

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    SARVER, Pa. — Hundreds of people gathered Wednesday to remember the former fire chief shot and killed at a weekend rally for former President Donald Trump in a rural area of Pennsylvania shaken by violence perpetrated by a local 20-year-old man. Outside Lernersville Speedway in Sarvar, Pennsylvania, where the vigil was being held for Corey…

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  • Marine Tondelier, the ‘Other Marine’ of French Politics, Hits Back

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    Marine Tondelier, leader of the Green Party, helped bring the left together to win France’s parliamentary elections. Now can she help keep it from falling apart? Source link

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  • Two People Tell Khloé Kardashian to Go to Therapy

    Two People Tell Khloé Kardashian to Go to Therapy

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    Khloé Kardashian had sister Kim Kardashian and pal Malika Haqq both tell her she should consider going to therapy on this week’s episode of The Kardashians Khloé says she’s gone to therapy and was “broken up with” by a therapist — and insists she’s “not struggling” Malika suggests she try a few therapists before settling…

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  • Saoirse-Monica Jackson on ‘Derry Girls’ and ‘The Decameron’

    Saoirse-Monica Jackson on ‘Derry Girls’ and ‘The Decameron’

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    Photo: Jackson Bowley for New York Magazine When Derry Girls, the Channel 4 sitcom turned Netflix comedy juggernaut, ended in 2022 after a rapturously received three-season run, actress Saoirse-Monica Jackson found it hard to fully separate from her character. Jackson was 23 when she was cast as Erin Quinn, the ambitious, face-pulling, somewhat arrogant ringleader…

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  • ‘Lady in the Lake’ centers the women at the core of the story

    ‘Lady in the Lake’ centers the women at the core of the story

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    The seeds of “Lady in the Lake” were planted in 1969 with the disappearances and deaths of an 11-year-old Jewish girl and a 33-year-old Black woman in Baltimore. These crimes inspired Laura Lippman to write her 2019 novel, in which multiple narrators tell the stories of aspiring newspaper reporter Maddie Schwartz, a Jewish woman trying…

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  • MPM Sells Lotfi Achour’s ‘Red Path’ In France, Belgium, MENA

    MPM Sells Lotfi Achour’s ‘Red Path’ In France, Belgium, MENA

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    MPM Premium has closed sales in France, Belgium and the Middle East and North Africa for Lotfi Achour’s “Red Path,” screening in the Filmmakers of the Present competition at Locarno this August. Nour Films will release “Red Path” in France, O’Brother in Belgium and ART in the MENA regions. Founded in 2008 by Patrick Sibourd,…

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