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Current Obsessions: Autumn Happenings

Above: Most popular post of the week: Margot takes a visit to La Bionda Hotel in Begur, Spain, by Quintana Partners. World’s most beautiful loo, from a Pritzker Prize-winning architect. Looking forward to the latest book from celebrated architect David Adjaye. LA designer Todd Nickey of Nickey Kehoe has launched a fragrance line: “This is a scent memory. An untold story of my grandfather, Bernard. He was a gentleman who believed in style, not as a superficial gesture, but as a guiding force.” ...
Tags: Books, UK, NYC, David Adjaye, Margot, New Canaan, Design News, Noyes, Current Obsessions, Nickey Kehoe, Modern Farmhouse, Bernard He, Todd Nickey, La Bionda Hotel, Begur Spain, Quintana Partners World

Comment on layered yogurt flatbreads by Margot

Do you think it would be okay to make the dough ahead of time and refrigerate after the first rest?
Tags: Food, Margot

Horse racing: Princess Noor, Victor Espinoza win Del Mar Debutante

When a trainer is as successful as Bob Baffert, they are always looking for their next big thing. They’re hoping to uncover the next American Pharoah, Songbird, Justify or Authentic. Baffert’s next big thing could be the 2-year-old filly Princess Noor, who put on a show while winning Sunday’s $250,000 Grade I Del Mar Debutante. The daughter of Not This Time, a $1.35 million yearling purchase, was dazzling in her debut at Del Mar on Aug. 22, winning a maiden special weight by 2 1/2 lengths while ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Rockets, Horse racing, Victor, Kentucky Derby, Louisville, Sparks, Bob Baffert, Noor, Margot, Bast, Victor Espinoza, Santa Anita

Current Obsessions: Heat Wave

Above: Room of the week: Cool Redone Cape in Westerly, RI. Noted: Newly formed nonprofit United in Design, founded by Sophie Ashby (of Studio Ashby) and Alexandria Dauley (of Dauley Design), is working to address the lack of diversity in the UK interior design industry. Margot and Fan are stockpiling a collection of Ruth Asawa postage stamps. From Fan: Everyone should have a personal sourdough guru. Mine was my friend Melissa Johnson, who gave me a starter in March and coached me through my fi...
Tags: Books, UK, United, Emily, Margot, Ashby, Design News, Current Obsessions, Ruth Asawa, Margot Guralnick, Piglet, Melissa Johnson, Sophie Ashby, Alexandria Dauley

Comment on mathilde’s tomato tart by Joycelyn

Great timing as always Deb, we just picked up some lovely heirloom tomatoes at one of our local farms so will be giving your recipe a go for sure. Just need to wait a day or so for this nasty heat wave we’re having to cool down enough to turn on the oven. Just a suggestion, but if you enjoy reading books like the Margot affair with recipe suggestions, or other mystery books with recipe descriptions and the recipe itself, you might want to Check out some of Diane Mott Davidsons mystery novels suc...
Tags: Food, Deb, Davidson, Margot, Joycelyn, Diane Mott Davidsons

In This Novel, a Grisly Discovery Leads to Self-Discovery

The three siblings at the center of “The Boy in the Field,” by Margot Livesey, find an unconscious child. Their lives are never the same.
Tags: News, Margot, Livesey, Books and Literature, Margot Livesey, The Boy in the Field: A Novel (Book

Margot & Nick’s Relaxed Adelaide Hills Winery Wedding

Margot & Nick Embracing the late summer warmth and light, Margot and Nick married with an outdoor wine festival vibe in the Adelaide Hills. Relaxed, classic and with a touch of vintage, we have fallen head over heels for this joy filled day! Overflowing with love, every detail was captured by the superb Davish Photography. Luckily for the bride and groom, their first date near miss was put to rights, and they are living happily ever after! Continue reading Margot & Nick’s Relaxed Adelaide Hills ...
Tags: Wedding, NICK, Bride, Margot, Adelaide Hills, Inspired Weddings, Australia - South Australia, Nick 's Relaxed Adelaide Hills Winery Wedding, Margot Nick

Sumptuously Soft French Dish Towels That Double as Aprons

Vacations are for taking a break from work, but when our editors travel on holiday, work (discovering fledgling creative talent, spotting new wares, finding design inspiration) tends to follow them. Case in point: Margot’s grand tour of Europe last year recently yielded a flurry of story ideas (see her posts on exquisitely wrapped fabric hangers and handwoven, plant-dyed rugs). And here’s another one: While visiting a store in Madrid, Do Design, she spied irresistibly soft kitchen linens by Fren...
Tags: Europe, Books, France, Austin, Linens, Madrid, Textiles, Odessa, Margot, Kitchen Linens, Vintage Green, Product Discoveries, Nannie Inez, Linge Particulier Upon, Margot Above, Linge Particulier

‘The Sleepover’ Trailer: Netflix’s Action Comedy is Like ‘Spy Kids’ Meets ‘National Treasure’ Meets ‘True Lies’

Take the clue-following premise of National Treasure, the kid-centric approach of Spy Kids, and mix a dash of the “spouse doesn’t know about their partner’s secret skills” concept from True Lies, and you get The Sleepover, a new action comedy coming to Netflix later this month. Malin Åkerman (Rock of Ages) plays a former thief who’s pulled back into the game by villains who force her to reunite with her sexy former partner (Joe Manganiello, Magic Mike) to pull a heist. All of this is quite a su...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Joe Manganiello, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Margot, Ken Marino, Action/Adventure, Family Films, Trish Sie, Joe Manganiello Magic Mike, Malin-Akerman, Sarah Rothschild, The Sleepover, Malin Åkerman Rock, Ken Marino Wet Hot American Summer

The Sleepover Trailer Previews Netflix’s New Adventure Comedy

The Sleepover trailer previews Netflix’s new adventure comedy Netflix has released the official trailer for Pitch Perfect 3 director Trish Sie’s forthcoming family adventure-comedy film titled The Sleepover, featuring four kids trying to have a sleepover. However, a seemingly normal night quickly turns into an unforgettable adventure as they must try their best to rescue their parents from unknown kidnappers. Starring Malin Akerman and Joe Manganiello, the film will be available for streamin...
Tags: Video, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Joe Manganiello, Netflix, Streaming, Kevin, Margot, Clancy, Malin Akerman, Movie News, Trish Sie, Pete Shilaimon, Erik Griffin, Sarah Rothschild, Mickey Liddell

Seeking nominations for the top beauty and fashion brand ambassador programs for influencers

Business Insider is launching a list of the top beauty and fashion brand ambassador programs for social-media influencers. We want to hear from you on which programs are the easiest to use and offer the best rates and perks.  Please submit your ideas by August 10 and email [email protected] or [email protected] with any questions.  Subscribe to Business Insider's influencer newsletter: Influencer Dashboard. Many influencers, like YouTuber Margot Lee who has 440,000 subs...
Tags: Youtube, Trends, Sephora, Business Insider, Margot, Ella, Instagram YouTube, YouTuber Margot Lee, Amazon Victoria, Sephora Margot

‘Looking for Miss America’ Tells the History of the Legendary Pageant

The new book by Margot Mifflin shows how the famous contest for women reflected conflicting ideas about female beauty, ambition and fame over the past 100 years.
Tags: News, America, Williams, Vanessa, Margot, Mifflin, Books and Literature, Women and Girls, Scholarships and Fellowships, Race and Ethnicity, Beauty Contests, Atlantic City (NJ, Margot Mifflin

Current Obsessions: Craft and Kinship

Above: We’re longtime admirers of Brooklyn-based ceramicist Tracie Hervy (see 14 Women Ceramicists with Cult Followings). Her work is in high demand; for stockists, go to Tracie Hervy. Mark your calendars: Field + Supply, designer Brad Ford’s beloved modern makers market held twice a year in Kingston, NY, will be going virtual with Summer MRKT, a virtual fair; on Thursday, July 16th, through Sunday, July 19th. Register for the event at Field + Supply. Students at the Harvard Graduate School of...
Tags: Books, UK, Kentucky, Brooklyn, Berkeley, Hudson, Providence, Harvard Graduate School Of Design, Ny Times, Berea, Chez Panisse, Margot, Hudson NY, Provincetown, Molly Bloom, Berea College

Horse racing: Toinette wins Santa Anita’s Wilshire Stakes

It was Keeper Ofthe Stars who brought a two-race winning streak into Saturday’s $100,000 Grade III Wilshire Stakes at Santa Anita, but the day belonged to Hall of Fame trainer Neil Drysdale. Toinette, the 3-5 favorite, gave Drysdale his first of two graded-stakes victories on the afternoon in the Wilshire, running away by 2 3/4 lengths while completing the 1 mile on turf  in 1:35.20 under the meet’s leading rider, Flavien Prat. Then, about 50 minutes later at Belmont Park, the Drysdale-trained O...
Tags: California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Horse racing, Smith, Hall of Fame, Jaipur, Mike Smith, Northern California, Rosario, Margot, Buena Vista, Wilshire, Santa Anita, Belmont Park

Trend Alert: Paper Flowers, Fruits, and Plants as Decor

Noticed lately: delicate handmade paper flowers, vegetables, potted plants. Here’s a look: Above: Berkeley-based artist Momoca Usagi offers a selection of Paper Plants, including paper lemons, daikon, radishes, and pomegranates; $82 each. Above: Bay Area-based artist Tiffanie Turner trained as an architect before turning to botanical sculpture; we especially like her The Ends Series, depicting past-their-prime florals and made from Italian and German crepe paper, floral wire, floral tape, glue...
Tags: Accessories, Books, Minneapolis, NYC, Brooklyn, Bronx, Berkeley, Bay Area, Cooper Hewitt, Tucson, Livia, Margot, Bloomsbury, Floral Design, John Derian, Livia Cetti

Sundance Now Unveils June TV & Movie Slate

Sundance Now Unveils June TV & Movie Slate Sundance Now has revealed their June slate, including the highly-anticipated fifth season of the espionage thriller The Bureau, the second season of the British psychological thriller Liar, the shocking finales of the Nordic psychological thriller Sanctuary and Bad Mothers, as well as star-studded films like The Hours and The Intervention. RELATED: Mandatory Streamers: Solar Opposites Brings the Wit & Chaos in Justin Roiland’s New Series The Sundance...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Jamie Dornan, Montana, Mexico, Scotland, Boston, Virginia, India, Los Angeles, Siri, Bbc

The Margot

The Margot Submitted by Blazingarrow on May 4, 2020 - 11:50pm. This is my first post!! Super excited. I've been checking in on this site for a while and thought it was finally time to add my own pages and tap into the wealth of information from all the bakers out there ;)This is The Margot from Michelle Eshkeri's book, Modern Sourdough. Here is a link to the free recipe online followed the recipe except for a couple minor...
Tags: Baking, Margot, Michelle Eshkeri

Editors’ Picks: 11 Mother’s Day Gifts from Artisans and Independent Shops

This year we’re doing our bit to support independent shops and makers; here’s our roundup of Mother’s Day gifts we’re coveting: Above: Margot has been eyeing a pot of paper flowers from artist Livia Cetti of the Green Vase; her work is available from John Derian in NYC; contact the shop directly to see what they have in stock. (And see Margot’s tour of Livia’s house at Bloomsbury in the Bronx: At Home with Livia Cetti and Family.) Above: Some of us have been thinking a lot about sleepwear; Jul...
Tags: Books, NYC, India, Barcelona, Canada, New Mexico, Annie, Bronx, Gift Guides, New Delhi, Tucson, Livia, Julie, Justine, Margot, Bloomsbury

Marvellous Margot and hilarious Hugh: James King's Week in Movies

If you’re feeling exhausted by lockdown then this week’s movie choices should...
Tags: James King, Margot, Hugh

Steal This Look: The Design-Minded Country Kitchen, Budget Edition

A few months back, Margot wrote about Charlie and Kevin Dumais’s modern-rustic kitchen in their Litchfield, CT, home. Today, we’re going to show you exactly how they designed their characterful kitchen without breaking the bank. Hint: start with Ikea. Featured photograph by Eric Piasecki, from Kitchen of the Week: A Design Couple’s Ikea-with-a-Twist Kitchen in Connecticut. Above: The Dumais’s kitchen is small, just 150 square feet. “To help keep our renovation costs at a minimum, we used Ikea f...
Tags: Books, Budget, Sweden, Connecticut, Ikea, Benjamin Moore, Marble, Kevin, Charlie, Kohler, Margot, Litchfield CT, Ceiling Lights, Remodel & Renovation, Palette & Paints, Kitchen Faucets

Current Obsessions: Signs of Spring

Above: Portland, OR-based Notary Ceramics is offering free shipping on all their wares; go to Notary Ceramics for more info. We’re obsessed: the Penland School of Craft in North Carolina has a show on called “Hand Tools for Everyday Use”; take a virtual tour here. Some of our favorite West Coast makers have turned their attention to sewing masks, both for purchase and for healthcare workers: Plover, Erica Tanov (she offers a helpful tutorial here), Jess Brown, and Rough Linen, notably. Brookly...
Tags: Books, Brooklyn, Portland, West Coast, North Carolina, New England, Duluth, Margot, Dezeen, Taliesin West, Design News, Current Obsessions, REBECCA ATWOOD, Justine Hand, Lloyd Wright, Erica Tanov

Cathy Yan Wants ‘Birds of Prey’ Sequel To Have a Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy Romance

Birds of Prey director Cathy Yan already has ideas for a sequel. Although a direct Birds of Prey follow-up has not yet officially been confirmed, Yan has already started plotting out where she would take Harley Quinn on her next adventures — and with whom. And that character will be very familiar to longtime fans of Harley Quinn in both her animated and comic book forms. In an interview with The Wrap, Cathy Yan said that if she were to direct a Birds of Prey sequel, she would focus on the fa...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Harley Quinn, Birds Of Prey, Margot Robbie, Warner Brothers, Harley, Margot, Louise, Robbie, Yan, Thelma, Comic Book/Superhero, Cathy Yan

Sean Hayes revives oddball, indie comedy in his new movie ‘Lazy Susan’…as a woman

“In the face of disaster, we have entertainment.” So says Sean Hayes, waxing philosophical in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak. Hayes, of course, has a reputation for making the world laugh, having achieved megastardom as the flamboyant Jack McFarland on Will & Grace for 11 seasons, and for which he won an Emmy Award. In addition to his work on the sitcom, Hayes boasts an impressive theatrical resume, having appeared on Broadway in An Act of God and the musical Promises, Promises, for which h...
Tags: Feature, Instagram, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Chicago, Broadway, James Bond, Jim Carrey, Jack, Ad Friendly, Sean Hayes, Grey Gardens, Susan, Larry, Goodman Theatre, Margot

Moody dusty pink bridal editorial with a dried floral ceremony arch and pink dress

How stunning was yesterday’s vow renewal, Cakies? Allll the feels over here. Riding that high right into this monochromatic bridal inspiration (how about that backdrop?!) from Petite Pearl Events and Avant Garde Cake Studio with Rock Salt Photography behind the lens. This moody, romantic editorial took place at The Giraffe Shed, a unique barn in the Welsh countryside: Pink wedding dress alert! Love these dainty ruffles: From Margot of Petite Pearl Events: The cornerstone for this shoot was ...
Tags: Wedding, Pink, Moody, Margot, Wedding Inspiration, Claire Hill, Monochromatic, Wedding Fashion, Rock Salt Photography, Marie Chandler Bridal, Amanda Jane Flowers Hair Makeup, Tori Harris, Marie Chandler Bridal Jewelry

Coronavirus concerns locked down the motion picture home, but can’t stop the show

What do you do to keep your retirement community’s residents engaged and amused when the coronavirus crisis puts a stop to most physical interaction? If you’re the Motion Picture and Television Fund’s Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills, where more than 250, so far COVID-19-free entertainment industry veterans and spouses live, you do what comes naturally: You put on a show. Since extreme measures began March 9 to keep its elderly residents safely, socially distanced (no leaving the 14-acre campu...
Tags: News, Cdc, Retirement, Sport, Netflix, Soccer, Starbucks, Iceland, Motion Picture and Television Fund, Facetime, Grace, Southern California, Susan, Valley, Frankie, Jennifer

Domestic Science: Our Editors’ 27 Best Cleaning Tips and Hacks

Our editors, on the whole, tend toward the OCD side of the cleanliness spectrum. We like our spaces and our things to be neat, fresh, and sparkling. And, for the most part, we prefer cleaning with natural products and/or ingredients we already have on hand. Between the germaphobes and the neatniks on our staff, we have myriad housekeeping secrets and hacks to share—all tried and tested by us. Here, our team’s best scrubbing, cleaning, washing, stain-removing, disinfecting, deodorizing secrets. F...
Tags: Books, Japan, Diy, Matthew Williams, Brooklyn, Laundry, Annie, Meredith, Alexa, Erin, Marble, Michelle, Christine, Justine, Margot, Barbara

Cathy Yan on the Rerelease of ‘Birds of Prey,’ the Harley Quinn Movie

The director reflects on her experience making the spinoff, which is getting an accelerated on-demand release amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Tags: Movies, News, Margot, Robbie, Yan, Cathy Yan, Harley Quinn Movie, Birds of Prey (Movie, Cathy (Film Director

Comment on spaghetti with broccoli cream pesto by Margot

Thought it might be helpful to add that this works really well with frozen broccoli and it was very quick because I didn’t even really need to cook the broccoli. Also I subbed oat milk for cream and earth balance for butter — a delicious vegan dish!
Tags: Food, Margot

Current Obsessions: Open House

Above: We’re admiring Athena Calderone’s just-released book, Live Beautiful (Abrams), a collection of of-the-moment interiors: projects include Jenna Lyons’ Soho loft, Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson of Apparatus‘s NYC pad, and LA designer Pamela Shamshiri’s own home, a Rudolph M. Schindler midcentury classic. Shown above: A Malibu house by LA designer Vanessa Alexander, photography by Nicole Franzen. We’re thrilled: Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara of Dublin, Ireland, firm Grafton Arc...
Tags: Books, La, Malibu, DUBLIN Ireland, Margot, Jenna Lyons, Design News, Current Obsessions, Gardenista, Pamela Shamshiri, Japan Society Gallery, Mitchell Gold Bob Williams, Christine Chitnis, Nicole Franzen, Athena Calderone, Vanessa Alexander

Rainn Wilson Cast in Amazon’s ‘The Power’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Rainn Wilson has been cast as a series regular in Amazon’s “The Power,” Variety has learned exclusively. Wilson will play Daniel Dandon, who is being described as “the self-righteous and self-important Governor of Washington and constant thorn in Margot’s [Leslie Mann] side. But when the Day of the Girls arrives, Dandon’s position begins to look […]
Tags: Amazon, News, Washington, Leslie Mann, Wilson, Rainn Wilson, Margot, Power Variety, Dandon, The Power, Daniel Dandon