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Lamar Cornett has worked in the restaurant business for over 20 years. During the pandemic, he began to think about giving up this career. Courtesy of Lamar Cornett hide caption toggle legend Courtesy of Lamar Cornett Lamar Cornett has worked in the restaurant business for over 20 years. During the pandemic, he began to think […]

Artist Brings Sculptures Into New York C...

The paintings belong to the wall, and the sculptures belong to the pedestals, don’t they? Maybe not, according to Adam Milner, whose current exhibition Public sculptures is based on spontaneous encounters with art – not in a museum or gallery, but in the spaces we least expect: those we frequent in our daily lives. Organized […]

Radcliffe-based Harty’s Wooden Things ha

A BRAND IN EVIDENCE Radcliffe is about to participate in a new initiative in partnership with the Great British Exchange and John Lewis. Harty’s Wooden Things, a small company founded during the pandemic, will participate in the Great British Pop-up, an opportunity for emerging brands to showcase the best of their products to a larger […]

With a new patio, Millbrook’s Pastry Ped

MILLBROOK – With an enduring passion for baking and an unwavering commitment to community cooking, the chef of one of Millbrook’s greatest restaurants mixes new ideas with old ambitions to keep his labor of love on track during the pandemic. Colin Hall, co-owner and executive chef of Pastry Peddler, began offering hot pastries and coffee […]

These 5 cool new hotels are a reason to ...

Across Marion Square, the Bennett Hotel draws an affluent crowd by offering amenities more akin to a resort than a city hall. Former home of the Charleston Library, it has a destination spa, rooftop bar and pool, concierge club, gym, French pastry shop, a striking champagne bar and two-story gourmet restaurant, Gabrielle Charleston. A cool […]

Small Home Businesses Sprout in Southwes...

Just before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Livingston resident Beth O’Neill was kicked out of her rented home. The owner of his property had decided to convert the house into a vacation rental. So she moved in with roommates in Bozeman. Then the pandemic struck. After a rent increase, she couldn’t afford her place at Bozeman. […]

Maruhiro Office “Ouchi” / DDAA

Maruhiro Office “Ouchi” / DDAA © Kenta Hasegawa + 38 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or Area Area of ​​this architectural project Area: 408 m² Year Year of completion of this architecture project Year: 2021 Photographs Photographs: Kenta hasegawa Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: Workshop arch […]

Vintage artifacts from Michigan demoliti...

Hundreds of items rescued from demolitions across Michigan are on sale in the REO town of Lansing. The treasures are part of the lifelong work of John Sears, who ran an environmental demolition and remediation company until his death in February following a motorcycle accident in Mexico. He was 41 years old. Sears leaves behind […]

Joe Jackson’s bat that sold for hundreds

Before determining if the Black Betsy replica was the real deal and had any value, Corey shared some interesting facts about Jackson, including the origin of his nickname “Shoeless Joe”. It turns out that Jackson only lost his shoes in one game of his career, because the tips of his crampons penetrated the sole of […]

News of July 7, 1892

IONIA’S DAILY SENTINEL, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1892 LOCAL LACONIC: A tarantula was found in a bunch of bananas at Aniba’s this morning by Geo. Batson. (Editor’s Note: – The 1891 IONIA CITY DIRECTORY lists Aniba, Arthur, owner of the City Restaurant and Hotel at 334 W. Main, with the same residence.) FOR SALE – BLACK […]