Ready to live your tiny home dreams? For just over $7,000, Amazon retailer Allwood is promising a chic backyard cabin, delivered to your doorstop in three to five weeks. Like human-sized Lincoln Logs, the 172 square foot Nordic spruce wood home, featuring an 86-square-foot enclosed room with windows and an outdoor covered porch area, can supposedly be constructed by two adults in just eight hours. After going viral on social media, the Solvalla model reportedly sold out instantly. Though it’s currently back in stock, Allwood has plenty of DIY alternatives: Budget buyers might go for the Lillevilla Escape, a 113 square foot cabin for $4,990. Allwood The 174 square foot Sommersby goes for $8,360, billed as an "ideal pool or garden house." Allwood The $10,695 Arlanda is a modern take on a guest home, which can be made into a studio or one bedroom space (bathroom space not included). Allwood And spa-goers can invest in … [Read more...] about Is that DIY tiny house for sale on Amazon a viral ripoff?
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By Josh Shepherd Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part look at efforts to change Kentucky’s worst-in-the-nation cancer mortality rate. Kentucky cancer statistics are bleak – literally the worst – but there is growing excitement that new treatment advances and a coordinated effort among the state’s leading care providers is about to change this dramatically. A burst of cancer clinic construction is underway. Providers across the state are putting more than $500 million into new stand-alone facilities that pull all the elements of care and its coordination under one roof. Confidence is rising that within a decade, close collaboration among teams using better tools is about to turn many cancers into diseases that are controlled and managed – perhaps not cured but far less likely to result in death. Kentucky leads the nation in overall cancer incidence and mortality, according to a 2014 study published by the Journal of the American Medical … [Read more...] about Building a Revolution in Kentucky Oncology
STORY OF THE DAY, from POLITICO EU’S DAVID HERSZENHORN and JACOPO BARIGAZZI in BRUSSELS: “‘Very stable’ Trump? European leaders beg to differ”: “‘Nobody knows when Trump is doing international diplomacy and when he is doing election campaigning in Montana,’ Danish defense minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen said. ‘It is difficult to decode what policy the American president is promoting. There is a complete unpredictability in this, and one of the things you need in this alliance is predictability towards Russia.’ “Frederiksen said NATO allies now ‘live with the uncertainty’ that Trump ‘plays in a completely different way than the rest of us.’ … ‘The U.S. president has come up with some pretty bombastic announcements and Twitter has moved into the conference room,’ [Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen] said during a post-summit briefing.Story Continued Below … [Read more...] about POLITICO Playbook: Foreign leaders lash out at Trump