December 31, 1969

Thumbtack Press offers affordable prints – art that is inexpensive without looking like it. Every piece of art from Thumbtack Press, like this print, “Simplicity” from Nick Dewar, is gallery-quality and printed on heavy bright white sto ...

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The PureRelax Mattress Topper by Relax The Back reduces motion transfers on the sleep surface while providing added support and reducing muscle and back pain. Inside is eco-friendly memory foam that diss ...

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Designer and merchant, collector and tastemaker, Thomas O’Brien has made a career of translating cool notions of modernism into an easy and generous array of modern styles that anyone can attain. Now he introduces readers to a range of those styles—from casual to formal, vintage to urban—alongsi ...

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One word… Wow! We are absolutely in love with this terrarium kit from Twig Terrariums. It’s made out of 99% recycled Spanish glass (which has that gorgeous recycled glass look) and comes with plenty of happy moss for landscaping how you ...

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This package of outdoor design titles, including Inspired by Jamie Durie, The Way We Live Alfresco by Stafford Cliff and Gilles de Chabaneix, and G ...

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Sharing pictures has never been easier than with the M530 Digital Camera. Kodak’s Share button lets you instantly tag pictures for uploading to YouTube, Facebook, Flickr and Kodak Gallery sites, plus e-mail too.

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San Diego Horticultural Society, Del Mar

Dr. Jon P. Rebman of the San Diego Natural History Museum will talk about the exciting work being done to identify the plants of San Diego County and also about his plant explorations in Mexico. Dr. Rebman is the lead botanist on the San Diego Plant Atlas Project, which is improving scientific k ...

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn

Jae Hi Ahn’s art manipulates, shapes, and ultimately reimagines nature. She looks for a hidden life in synthetic materials. By seeking out the biological potential of man-made objects and places, she creates new environments that are evocative of botanical forms and landscapes, tributes to t ...

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New York School of Interior Design, New York City

Architect Larry J. Wente, a partner in the design firm Gertler & Wente Architects LLP, has had his high-profile work published widely. His Dutchess County property, where the integration of a barn-like home with the surrounding farmland and meadow ...

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New York School of Interior Design, New York City

During a sabbatical from law firm Debevoise & Plimpton, Barbara Paul Robinson worked as a gardener for Rosemary Verey at Barnsley House, in Gloucestershire, England. This transforming experience taught Barbara many lessons, about gardening and life. ...

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