Manufactured stone continues to grow in popularity, for its improved appearance and tough exterior. Cosentino and Cambria made a good showing in Vegas, with both launching numerous new patterns. Cambria launched 20 new designs as well as a new collaboration with furniture manufacturer Room & Board that uses Cambria’s man-made stone on tables and other items. … [Read more...] about Pet showers and voice-activated toilets: What’s new in kitchen and bath products
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“In 2012, she founded the nonprofit the Clara Lionel Foundation Global Scholarship Program [named for her grandparents] for students attending college in the U.S. from Caribbean countries, and supports the Global Partnership for Education and Global Citizen Project, which provides children with access to education in over 60 developing countries, giving priority to girls, and those affected by lack of access to education in the world today.” … [Read more...] about Rihanna’s biggest moments, from humble beginnings to Grammy success
There are two ways to read this. One is as a toothless, symbolic gesture to Trump’s base. Axios is well-sourced among the (freshly evicted) Bannonites. This anecdote helps establish Breitbart’s new narrative — that the populist president’s better instincts are being stymied by “globalists.” And Trump has evinced some approval for this sort of story. In recent days, the president has indicated that he believes he can turn his policy-making impotence into a strength. The idea being: By claiming that his first-term was sabotaged by Establishment forces within the congressional GOP and deep state, Trump could still play the voice of popular frustration with the status quo in 2020, and campaign for reelection as an outsider within his own White House. Thus, the administration confirmed the veracity of Axios’s story because they want to portray the president as committed to his trade agenda — but helpless to enact it. … [Read more...] about Trump May Be More Dangerous Than His Handlers Realized
Praised by the Washington Post for her "marvelous violin acrobatics", violinist Sarah Whitney is known for her musical versatility and has been heard worldwide across stages in Europe, Asia, South America, Africa and the United States. She is recognized as a performer, teacher, entrepreneur and advocate for bringing fresh new ideas to classical music. Based in New York City, she is a member of the acclaimed string quintet SYBARITE5, one of the fastest-rising chamber-music ensembles in the United States. … [Read more...] about Beyond the Notes brings Grammy Award-winning artists to Concord!
On Monday, the AfD Berlin twitter account retweeted a post that had been uploaded by a far right troll account. The post showed a girl thanking her friend at the counter protest “for supplying more alcohol.” And earlier this week, after footage was shown on Vice Germany of a guy who shouted that his battle cry is “kill“ before giving a Hitler salute to the camera, pictures spread by anonymous twitter accounts showed the same man with an RAF (for Red Army Faction) tattoo photoshopped on his right hand, trying to potray him as a left-wing agent provocateur. … [Read more...] about Inside Germany’s Neo-Nazi Protests