Karina Jo Early

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33 Powerful Books That Can Help With Your Depression

"Harry Potter saved me more than once, and I can’t thank J.K. Rowling enough."<p><i>An earlier version of this post included Kate V.’s last name, but has since been changed.</i>

Books

Did You Know These Films Were Inspired By Famous Artworks?

Popular culture is constantly referencing, distilling and recreating the past - whether its remakes of old films, using a new medium to tell the same …

Dad turns the weird things he says to his kids into a brilliant book

There are certain sentences that you’d never imagine yourself saying, like ‘Honey, please don’t lick the toaster.’<p>And ‘We do not poop in books.’<p>Until …

Lil Dicky, Fetty Wap, Rich Homie Quan 'Save Dat Money' music video

Lil Dicky had one (appropriate) goal for his new video for “$ave Dat Money”: Spend no money.<p>Between the glossy, typical music video scenes with …

DTI Logo

I thought I would share a random assortment of images from other projects by Septembre Architecture. A renovation and extension of a traditional …

Architecture

The Unexpected History Behind Your Favorite Colors

From prehistoric paintings to industrial accidents, the first sightings of these hues might surprise you.<p>Nowadays, we rely heavily on Pantone to come up with wonderful new hues, but yeas ago, colors were invented in a much different way. In fact, some of the most common colors – indigo, magenta, …

Home Decorating

North Carolina's "Shadow of the Bear" Is an Incredible Natural Phenomenon

The impressive shadow will appear in October and November.<p>We're forever in awe of nature. Whether we're looking at a massive blue whale or a single tree that produces 40 different kinds of fruit, we can't get enough. North Carolina's "Shadow of the Bear" is no exception.<p>The naturally occurring …