Tag: Bedroom Furniture

  • What Is Noise? | The New Yorker

    What Is Noise? | The New Yorker

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    “Noise” is a fuzzy word—a noisy one, in the statistical sense. Its meanings run the gamut from the negative to the positive, from the overpowering to the mysterious, from anarchy to sublimity. The negative seems to lie at the root: etymologists trace the word to “nuisance” and “nausea.” Noise is what drives us mad; it…

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  • Hans Aeschbacher, beloved chef for Chicago Bulls, Blackhawks, dies at 80

    Hans Aeschbacher, beloved chef for Chicago Bulls, Blackhawks, dies at 80

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    Chef Hans Aeschbacher operated at the Chicago nexus of sports, food and fame. As executive chef at the Chicago Stadium and the United Center in the early 1990s, he cooked for Bulls and Blackhawks players and their families, as well as team owners. He was like family to the late Blackhawks owner Bill Wirtz. Michael…

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  • Do Ground-Floor Co-op Apartments Really Have to Carpet Their Floors?

    Do Ground-Floor Co-op Apartments Really Have to Carpet Their Floors?

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    Q: My mother has bad allergies and had to remove all of the carpets from her home many years ago. Now she’s looking to downsize, and we found a ground-floor apartment in a co-op in Nassau County. But the house rules require wall-to-wall carpeting, with padding, in every room except bathrooms and kitchens — even…

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  • David Kennerly quits Gerald Ford presidential board to protest Trump

    David Kennerly quits Gerald Ford presidential board to protest Trump

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    Every year, the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation bestows an award meant to honor acts of political courage. The criteria include strength of character, sound judgment, decisiveness (“particularly during periods of crisis”) and determination “in the face of adversity.” David Hume Kennerly, a member of the foundation board, had in mind the perfect candidate: Liz…

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  • Modern Family Goes Traditional at the Lake

    Modern Family Goes Traditional at the Lake

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    This Canadian family’s main residence in Victoria on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, is very modern. In order to make it that way, they had looked to Houzz for an interior designer, found Andrea Rodman and hired her to give it that style. But for their vacation home on nearby Shawnigan Lake, they wanted to go…

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  • U.F.C. Fighter on How to Protect Yourself from Being Swept Off Your Feet

    U.F.C. Fighter on How to Protect Yourself from Being Swept Off Your Feet

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    What’s up, jamokes! It’s Daryl (Death Grip) Daley, the baddest U.F.C. fighter in this goddam town. A little bit about me: I like punching people, and also kicking them. It feels weird being in print, ’cause I’m not a big reader, but I did once smack a guy with a Dean Koontz book. Let me…

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  • Olympic gold medalists in track and field will get $50,000 prizes : NPR

    Olympic gold medalists in track and field will get $50,000 prizes : NPR

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    Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas wins the gold medal during the women’s 400-meters during the Tokyo Olympic Games in August 2021. Matthias Hangst/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Matthias Hangst/Getty Images Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas wins the gold medal during the women’s 400-meters during the Tokyo Olympic Games in August 2021. Matthias Hangst/Getty Images…

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  • See this cozy and inviting modern farmhouse in the Colorado mountains

    See this cozy and inviting modern farmhouse in the Colorado mountains

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    Method ProDesign, in collaboration with Veritas Fine Homes, has created a stunning modern farmhouse-style residence situated in the community of Mesa Ridge, nestled in Durango, Colorado. This rural home combines the sleek clean lines showcased in the Semco Contemporary Doors and windows with a welcoming, cozy farmhouse aesthetic exterior and true farmhouse garage doors to…

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  • EPA’s new rule aims to cut cancer-causing air pollution from chemical plants : NPR

    EPA’s new rule aims to cut cancer-causing air pollution from chemical plants : NPR

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    The Fifth Ward Elementary School and residential neighborhoods sit near the Denka Performance Elastomer Plant (back of photo) in Reserve, Louisiana. Less than a half mile away from the elementary school the plant makes synthetic rubber, emitting chloroprene which the EPA’s new rule targets. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption toggle caption Gerald Herbert/AP The Fifth Ward…

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  • Biden warns Trump will sign national abortion ban if elected; anti-abortion groups ‘deeply disappointed’ by Trump position – live | US politics

    Biden warns Trump will sign national abortion ban if elected; anti-abortion groups ‘deeply disappointed’ by Trump position – live | US politics

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    Anti-abortion groups ‘deeply disappointed’ by Trump’s position Anti-abortion groups have slammed Trump’s stance on abortion, signaling the stark divide on the issue in GOP circles. Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B Anthony Pro-Life America, said she was “deeply disappointed” in Trump’s position, in a statement to X. We are deeply disappointed in President Trump’s…

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