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Gorgeous Greenhouse Inspo at The Styled Shoots Across America Conference

Imagine being whisked away to a beautiful european style greenhouse filled with the prettiest, most colorful blooms and a tablescape sprinkled with thoughtful details galore? Hello, wedding fantasy of our dreams.  Then, just when you think it can't get any better — the loveliest, most radiant couple waltzes in with the bride wearing a gown that's to die for and a smile to match? That's the sort of fairytale inspired magic that unfolded on this day, you guys! And we're still pinching o...
Tags: Blush, Cranberry, Fuchsia, Georgia, Gold, Gray, Green, Light Blue, Light Yellow, Mint, Peach, Pink, Spring, Spring Styled Shoot, Styled Shoot, Summer

How to Make Money Recycling Old T-Shirts

Everything I wear has holes.
Tags: Clothing, Green, Recycling, Reuse, Waste, Lifehacks, Textile, Marine Layer

How to Recycle Old T-Shirts

Everything I wear has holes.
Tags: Recycling, Reuse, Green, Marine Layer, Clothing, Textile, Waste

All About the New Starbucks Rewards Program

Starbucks changed their rewards program (again) this week, and here’s what you need to know: No more levels! Before this change, there were two levels of membership: green and gold. Green members’ rewards points (called stars) went toward getting them into the gold level.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Green, Starbucks, Frugality, New Starbucks Rewards Program

'I knew I wasn't in good shape': Draymond Green lost 23 pounds in run-up to the NBA playoffs

Even NBA stars need a little push to get in shape, sometimes. Prior to the final stretch of the season, Warriors general manager Bob Myers got real with Draymond Green: he told him it was time to get in shape if the team wanted to win another title, according to Marcus Thompson of the The Athletic. Apparently, however, Green already had a plan in place.
Tags: News, Green, Nba, Golden State Warriors, Draymond Green, Bob Myers, Marcus Thompson

Agency Brief: Easter Burgers, bathwater and Ad Age news

We're starting this week's brief with some exciting news of our own. Ad Age has hired Lindsay Rittenhouse (below) to be our new agency reporter. Many of you already know Lindsay from Adweek, where she was a staff writer covering agencies and their clients. Along the way, she has worked at The Times of Trenton (a fellow New Jerseyan), TheStreet and its sister paper the Deal Pipeline. She brings a lot of enthusiasm and some fresh ideas about how to cover the beat and elevate our coverage. "I’m ...
Tags: Europe, New York, Wikipedia, Advertising, CMO, Green, Amsterdam, Dubai, Switzerland, Adweek, Joan, Zurich, Cannes, WPP, Bogota, Ogilvy

‘Superstore’ Showrunner Justin Spitzer Steps Down as He, Gabe Miller, Jonathan Green Renew Overall Deals at UTV

“Superstore” executive producers Justin Spitzer, Gabe Miller and Jonathan Green have all renewed their overall deals with Universal Television. In addition, Miller and Green will take over showrunner duties on “Superstore” while Spitzer–who also created the series–will shift to develop new projects for the studio beginning with the 2019-2020 season. “I can’t thank Justin enough […]
Tags: News, Nbc, Green, Miller, Superstore, Justin, UTV, Spitzer, Universal Television, Jonathan Green, Justin Spitzer, Gabe Miller Jonathan Green, Justin Spitzer Gabe Miller

Kevin Durant, Warriors dominate Clippers in Game 3, take 2-1 series lead

LOS ANGELES — Oh yeah, that bear was ticked. Landry Shamet is new to the NBA, but he was right in assuming the Golden State Warriors weren’t going to take kindly to the rude awakening the Clippers gave them with their historic 31-point comeback victory on Monday in Oakland. The Warriors stormed into Staples Center […] Kevin Durant #35 of the Golden State Warriors is outed while shooting against Danilo Gallinari #8 of the LA Clippers in the first half during an NBA first round playoff basketba...
Tags: Sports, DeMarcus Cousins, Los Angeles, Sport, Green, Soccer, Nba, Floyd Mayweather, Staples Center, Los Angeles Clippers, Golden State Warriors, Warriors, Andre Iguodala, Steph Curry, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant

‘Mesa’ Combines a Planter and Hand-held Vacuum Into a Surprisingly Elegant Solution!

One’s designed to hold dirt, the other’s designed to eliminate dirt. Sam Lavoie says there’s no reason the two of them can’t get along! The Mesa, designed as an entry for Render Weekly’s design challenge, combines a planter and a hand-held vacuum cleaner into a singular form. The result is a design that’s decorative, utilitarian, and creates a pretty harmonious partnership between two unlikely categories and products.The Mesa makes for a pretty decorative planter to be placed inside your house, ...
Tags: Home, Design, Technology, Green, Pot, Appliances, Sam, Product Design, Planter, Vacuum Cleaner, Mesa, Terracotta, Render Weekly, Dust Buster, Sam Lavoie

Family Film Dakota Casts Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green

Family film Dakota casts Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green A Hollywood couple are working together on their first feature film. Megan Fox (Jennifer’s Body) and Brian Austin Green (Beverly Hills 90210) will both star in the upcoming family drama Dakota, per The Hollywood Reporter. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Green, Fox, Afghanistan, Kate, Dakota, Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green, ComingSoon, Movie News, Megan Fox Jennifer, Brian Austin Green Beverly Hills, Johnny Harrington, Kirk Harris Bernie

Can You See The Curvature Of The Earth From A Plane?

One of the most common rebuttals to people who believe the Earth is flat (aside from the countless experiments, equations of gravitation, camera and satellite footage, Enstein’s theory of relativity and time dilation, insert pretty much endless evidence here) is that one can observe the curvature of the planet from a passenger airplane at cruising altitude. But is that true? Well, sort of. Here’s what that means. Starting On The Ground One of the ways the ancient Greeks concluded the Earth is s...
Tags: Travel, Earth, Green, David Lynch, Travel Unravel, Enstein

Hightower’s Beautiful Bello Table is Indoor Advantage Gold Certified

Manufacturer Hightower is redoubling their efforts to make their products safe and sustainable—paying particular attention to achieving Indoor Advantage Gold certification. This is among the industry’s highest certifications to limit dangerous emissions—products conforming to this standard help to maintain good indoor air quality by meeting strict emission limits for volatile organic compounds. Hightower now offers 48 such products, including the lovely Bello Table from de...
Tags: Books, Green, Furniture, Green Furniture, Voc, Hightower, Bello, low VOC, Bello Coffee Table, Indoor Advantage Gold Certified, Most Modest design, Indoor Advantage Gold, Most Modest Bello

An Elegant Seaside Wedding

Nothing is more chic for a seaside wedding than a crisp white color palette. Hannah and Benjamin envisioned a timeless destination wedding, and ELD favorite Peach & Pearl Events delivered. This stunning Seaside, Florida wedding, captured by Dear Wesleyann, is coastal elegance personified. The all white color palette is so fresh, with the colors of the ocean brought in through bridesmaid gowns in hues of blues and grays. The reception at Seaside Ruskin Park was a classic lover’s dream with it’s l...
Tags: Florida, Green, Wedding, Blue, Classic, Benjamin, HANNAH, PANHANDLE, Light Blue, Badgley Mischka, Real Weddings, Off White, MEMBER FEATURES, Maggie Sottero, Joseph Abboud, Peach Pearl Events

10 Easy Ways Students Can Go Green

10 Easy Ways Students Can Go Green Easy Ways Students Can Go Green – Saving the planet is every inhabitant’s responsibility. Being a student can never be taken as an excuse as every individual can do his or her bit. Going green need not be expensive. Rather by using effective means, becoming eco-friendly can actually save you money. Even the smallest contribution can help do wonders to our beautiful planet. Moreover, adopting a green lifestyle today will make it a way of ... Read more The post 1...
Tags: Travel, Green, Travel Blog

Color My World Wedding Inspiration

What happens when a talented team of Texas wedding pros get together with a bright and bold color palette at the forefront of their vision? All kinds of eye catching, jaw dropping things. That's what! And lucky for us, Abbie Mae Photography was behind the lens to capture every single detail. Designed and curated by the amazing Katie Frost Weddings, this shoot has it all: watercolor inspired stationery, balloons dancing from the ceiling, cotton candy favors, the sweetest doodle, and the pretties...
Tags: Texas, Pinterest, Summer, Gold, Green, Wedding, Red, Pink, Orange, Blue, White, Purple, Yellow, Lavender, Dallas Texas, Katie

‘Y: The Last Man’ Loses Both Showrunners But Still Moves Forward at FX

A year after FX ordered a pilot adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s highly acclaimed comic series Y: The Last Man, showrunners Aida Mashaka Croal and Michael Green announced that they are parting ways with the project. But this won’t be the last you’ll be hearing of the series. FX is reportedly still moving forward with the long-gestating series that the network first began developing in 2015. In a tweet released Monday, Y The Last Man showrunners Aida Mashaka Croal and Michael G...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Green, Adaptation, FX, Entertainment Weekly, Vaughan, D J Caruso, Michael-Green, Guerra, Brian K Vaughan, Comic Book/Superhero, Y:-The-Last-Man, Pia Guerra, Aida Mashaka Croal

Urban Jungle: Prado, a Restaurant in an Abandoned Factory in Lisbon

As though The Lisboans—a bright, apartment-style hotel in Lisbon’s city center (see Apartments in Portugal with Vintage Style, Breakfast Included)—wasn’t already charming enough, here’s another reason to book a stay: Now you can venture downstairs for dinner at their restaurant, Prado Restaurante, housed in a portion of a former 19th-century candied fruit and preserves factory. When the team—architect Marta Fonseca, who also worked on converting a former factory into The Lisboans, and designers ...
Tags: Books, Restaurants, Green, Portugal, Industrial, Santa Clara, Lisbon, Prado, Houseplants, Restaurant Visit, Hotels & Restaurants, Urban Jungle, Rodrigo Cardoso, António Galapito, Casa C'Alma, Arkstudio

Morning Headlines: Summit Co. Raises Tobacco Buying Age, Ohio ACLU Calls for End of Mayor's Courts

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, April 16: Summit County raises tobacco buying age; Ohio ACLU calls for end of mayor's courts; Akron City Council approves tax breaks for Babcock & Wilcox; Ohio house legislative aides to see increased salaries next year; Lake Erie wind turbine installation still facing obstacles; Summit County raises tobacco buying age The age to purchase tobacco is going up to 21 in many parts of Summit County. County council voted last night to ban the sale of any t...
Tags: Green, Ohio, Lake Erie, Summit County, Akron City Council, American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio, Ohio ACLU, Babcock Wilcox, Summit Co Raises Tobacco Buying Age Ohio ACLU, Summit County County, Bath Copley Coventry Richfield Springfield, Twinsburg Cities, Akron Norton, Cuyahoga Falls Stow, Hudson Ohio ACLU

Critic’s Notebook: Toxic Men Get All the Attention. But Not in These Plays.

Theater encourages empathy, yet it sometimes seems women on stage get very little of it. That’s changing.
Tags: News, Fish, Green, Theater, Daniel, Heidi, Mara, Halley, Schreck, Kiss me, Feiffer, Kate (Play, Do You Feel Anger? (Play, Nelson-Greenberg, What the Constitution Means to Me (Play, The Pain of My Belligerence (Play

Richard Green obituary

American psychiatrist and lawyer who made a great contribution to gay and trans rightsAcross five decades the American psychiatrist and lawyer Richard Green, who has died aged 82, contributed to landmark achievements for gay and trans rights, risking his reputation and career to advance the understanding and acceptance of sexual and gender minorities.In 1962 the US immigration service had moved to deport a Nicaraguan man, Chester Morales, on account of his homosexuality – despite the fact that h...
Tags: Books, Gender, US, US news, Green, Psychiatry, Brooklyn, US television, LGBT rights, Adoption, Richard Green, Same-sex marriage (US, Chester Morales

Greenway Column: Who was more ‘green’? ‘Lucky’ Baldwin or Henry E. Huntington?

Who was more green: E.J. “Lucky” Baldwin or Henry E. Huntington? Both have left legacies of botanical treasures just a few miles apart in Southern California. Baldwin’s estate was turned into the Los Angeles County Arboretum in Arcadia, 127 acres of unusual trees, plants, flowers and birds. Practically next door in San Marino lies the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, with 207 acres and about 15,000 varieties of plants. I’d have to say Huntington wins merely because he b...
Tags: News, California, Opinion, Environment, Sport, Green, Soccer, Local News, Arcadia, San Marino, Napoleon, Southern California, Aldo Leopold, Baldwin, HUNTINGTON, Huntington Library Art Collections

Sparks sign Loyola Marymount guard Gabby Green ahead of training camp

The Los Angeles Sparks added Gabby Green to their training camp roster, announcing Friday that they signed the 6-foot-2 guard. “Gabby Green is an interesting player that can do a lot of things,” said Penny Toler, executive vice president and general manager, in a news release. “She’s very good around the basket, can create her own shot and is a good rebounder. I’m excited to see her compete with our group.” Green, from Oakland, recently finished her senior season at Loyola Marymount University, ...
Tags: California, Sports, Sport, Green, Soccer, Idaho, Oakland, Notre Dame, Baylor, Usc, Lions, Sparks, LMU, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles Sparks, Loyola Marymount

Cushman & Wakefield hires McCarthy as marketing and communications director and Green as operations director

Boston, MA Cushman & Wakefieldhas hired Shannon McCarthy as marketing and communications director and Karl Green as operations director for the New England region. Both McCarthy and Green will aid in the strategic planning for the continued growth of the firm in these critica...
Tags: Green, Radio, Mccarthy, New England, Wakefield, Cushman, Karl Green, Shannon McCarthy, Boston MA Cushman Wakefieldhas

Soul Serenade: Garland Green, “Jealous Kind Of Fella”

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about Danny White, a southern soul singer who toiled for years looking for a hit that proved elusive. This week, I’ll take a look at a singer who managed to find that hit, even reaching to Top 20 on one occasion, before fading from the memory of most people. Garland Green was born in Mississippi, one or eleven children. He joined the great northern migration when he moved to Chicago at the age of 16. Green was still in high school when his singing talent came to the...
Tags: Music, Mississippi, California, Green, Chicago, Atlantic, Detroit, Collins, Ken Shane's Soul Serenade, Cotillion Records, Donny Hathaway, Mca Records, MCA, Dozier, Armstrong, Danny White

The worlds tallest wood building was just completed in Norway

In March 2019, the Mjösa Tower became the tallest wooden building in the world at 18 floors (for a total of 85.4 meters tall), followed closely by the HoHo Wien building in Austria (84 meters) and the Peri-Săpânţa Monastery in Romania (75 meters). Because it was made in part with Kerto LVL wood that is both sustainable and green, the building is eco-friendly as well. While both the skeleton and the facade of the building are made of wood, the decks on the upper floors (apartments) utilize concr...
Tags: Design, US, Renewable Energy, Green, Austria, Energy Efficiency, Finland, Romania, Norway, Sustainable, Eco-friendly, Green Materials, Building Materials, Wien, METSA Wood, Kerto LVL

An Example In How Not To Enhance Listing Photos

Something tells us the grass isn’t really this green and perfect: If you enjoyed this post you’ll certainly enjoy these other ‘Just For Fun’ posts!
Tags: Real Estate, Photo, Green, Radio, Listing, Grass, Just For Fun, Edit

Tool signs Emilie Baltz, Tatjana Green joins ArtClass

Tool of North America has added Emilie Baltz to its Innovation roster. As an experiential director, food technologist and multimedia artist, Baltz has concepted and created installations such as "Lickestra," the world’s first lickable ice cream orchestra performance, non-traditional tasting events such as "Color Feast" and a multi-sensory experience for Lexus titled "intersect." Based in New York City, she  is part of the New Lab for emerging technologies and human behavior, as well as a foundin...
Tags: New York, London, Jimmy Fallon, New York City, Advertising, Los Angeles, Bbc, Green, Chicago, Michael Jordan, Messi, North America, Jonathan Glazer, Cannes, Tesla Motors, Gillette

The best things to see in New Haven

Anyone who has spent time in the Northeast — traveler, transplant, or otherwise — describes their location within the orbit of two cities: Boston and New York City, regardless of if they actually live in either. This is especially true of New Haven, Connecticut, situated less than two hours between both cities and easily reachable by train. While few people outside of Connecticut know anything about New Haven beyond Yale University, this small city is home to a thriving, multi-cultural commun...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, New York, Congress, Boston, New York City, US, America, Green, Chicago, Yale, Connecticut, Bill Clinton, Broadway, Edward Norton, Hillary

Roman, Vick & Sonny sign up for Tuning In radio event

Capital Breakfast hosts Roman Kemp, Vick Hope & Sonny Jay are among the first confirmed speakers for Radiocentre’s Tuning In conference 2019. They will join Diversity stars turned KISS presenters Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely, radio and television presenter Angellica Bell, Bauer’s Steve Parkinson and The Times’ columnist Phillip Collins at the event on Tuesday 14th May at Picturehouse Central, London. Musician Professor Green will be there to discuss the role radio and audio plays in a music art...
Tags: UK, England, London, Top, Events, People, Green, Radio, Times, Sonny, Radiocentre, Siobhan Kenny, Neuro Insight, Capital Breakfast, Steve Parkinson, Jordan Banjo

‘We’ll Be Better Next Year – Canucks Look Forward as Season Ends

VANCOUVER — It's been a season of growth for the Vancouver Canucks, but after finishing outside of the playoffs for the fourth year in a row, players and coaches feel there's still work to be done. Standout performances from young players like Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser and Bo Horvat highlighted a season that saw the Canucks (35-36-11) finish fifth in the Pacific Division — up eight points from the end of last year, but still nine points out of a wild-card spot. Despite a rash of injur...
Tags: Washington, Sport, Getty Images, Green, Vancouver, Slovakia, Hockey, NHL, Chicago Blackhawks, University Of Michigan, Pacific Division, Vancouver Canucks, Bo Horvat, Canucks, Daniel, Team USA