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Arranging a Living Room You Can't Wait to Come Home To

Get some tips for furnishing one of the most used rooms in a home.<p>When guests come to my house, they immediately congregate in the living room. (Mostly because my home is smaller and the living room is really the only place to hold large groups.) Over the years, I have learned which pieces of …

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February 10, 2017 at 11:59 AM<p>I have been attending Katie Gallagher’s NYFW shows for a few seasons now. Her dark and slightly edgy style always draws …

21 Picasso Tattoos Everyone Will Fall In Love With

Abso-stractly beautiful.

Body Art

11 Confessions of a Car Dealer

Buying a car requires trust. Trust requires honesty. And to get honesty, well, sometimes you need anonymity. We spoke with a veteran salesman in the Midwest, who shared some of the wisdom—and a few tricks—he's picked up.<p>• It's not like it was in the eighties. Car manufacturers can't get away with …

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15 Smart Patio Ideas To Rejuvenate Your Exterior

It’s impossible to deny that what we consider to be “smart patio ideas” has changed over the last few years. In the past, outdoor spaces used to be …

Nonacademic Skills Are Key To Success. But What Should We Call Them?

More and more people in education agree on the importance of learning stuff other than academics.<p>But no one agrees on what to call that "stuff".<p>There are least seven major overlapping terms in play. New ones are being coined all the time. This bagginess bugs me, as a member of the education media. …

Pedagogy

Nick Gray of Museum Hack Gives a TEDx Talk About His Non-Traditional Tours of Cultural Institutions

Nick Gray, the founder of Museum Hack, recently gave a talk at a TEDxFoggyBottom event during which he explained his love for museums but his disdain …

5 Common Mistakes Travelers Make in Japan

Yuko Ehara, the Palace Hotel Tokyo's expert on manners, shares five of travelers’ most common mistakes—and what to do instead.<p>With its baroque rituals and ancient traditions, Japanese etiquette strikes fear in the hearts of even seasoned travelers. But no need to worry: It’s effort—not …

25 Best Personal Finance Books for Your Summer Reading List

<i>By Laura Woods, Contributor</i><p>While you relax in the sun by the pool this summer, make the most of your free time by checking out 25 of the hottest, newest and best-selling personal finance books. Learn how to catapult yourself to success and better manage your funds so that you can have even more …

Inside Amy Schumer: “80s Ladies”

There’s a rich vein of nostalgia running through tonight’s <i>Inside Amy Schumer</i>, and it’s loaded with specificity that makes it both potent and pointed. …

Henri Matisse, “Tea,” France, 1919, oil on canvas, 55 ¼ x 83 ¼ in. @jonklassen: “got a LOT of favorite Matisses and this is for sure one of em: ”LACMA: “Tea is the largest painting executed by Henri...

How to Use Every Last Bit of Your Rotisserie Chicken Leftovers

Here's how to make the most of your rotisserie chicken leftovers—right down to the bones.<p>Rotisserie chickens are pretty amazing. Oh, sure they're delightfully convenient—all you have to do to prepare one is pick it up from the store and carve it—but what we <i>really</i> love about these birds is how …

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Mark Twain stories, 150 years old, uncovered by Berkeley scholars

Cache shows Twain working at a San Francisco newspaper as a young man Berkeley archivists describe stash ‘like opening up a big box of candy’<p>Scholars at the University of California, Berkeley have uncovered and authenticated a cache of stories written by Mark Twain when he was a 29-year-old …

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29 Movie Snacks You'll Want to Sneak In

We're all about strategizing snacks when we go to the movies, because sometimes candy and popcorn just don't cut it.<p><b>We're all about strategizing snacks when we go to the movies</b>, because sometimes candy and popcorn just don't cut it. Ideal movie snacks are bottomless and keep you snacking happy long …

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How to Survive a Dog Attack | The Art of Manliness

When I lived in Tijuana, Mexico fending off “<i>roñosos</i>” (mangy) stray dogs was a daily battle. Most of the time they were all bark and no bite. Just …

Shop the Street Style Look: Over the Shoulder

Your daily inspiration from the Fashion Week streets.<p>Fashion Week 101: Sleeves are for suckers. The chic way to wear a jacket is delicately draped over your shoulders. Here, Sarah Rutson styles hers with sophistication and poise, taking graphic black and white separates to decidedly graceful …

One Pot

• <b>Author:</b> Editors of Martha Stewart Living<p><b>Using just one pan, you can stew, steam, sauté, simmer, braise, or roast your way to a fuss-free meal—and minimal cleanup to boot.</b> <br>At the end of a busy day, you want to serve a delicious home-cooked dinner, a complete, all-in-one meal that can be prepared …

Hermann Hesse on What Trees Teach Us About Belonging and Life

I woke up this morning to discover a tiny birch tree rising amidst my city quasi-garden, having overcome unthinkable odds to float its seed over heaps of concrete and glass, and begin a life in a meager oasis of soil. And I thought, my god*, what a miracle. What magic. What a reminder that life …

What The Greatest Self-Help Books Of The Last Decades Can Teach You In 7 Minutes

As a writer, I’m fortunate to connect with authors and experts all over the globe who have vitally important messages to share. While each of these experts sees the world in his or her own very unique way, and shares a special filter or perspective on life, progress and success, when you peel the …

Measure Backward, Not Forward

<i>James Clear writes about using behavioral science to master your habits and improve your health. His free guide, Transform Your Habits, has been downloaded more than 80,000 times. This post originally appeared on his blog.</i><p>We often measure our progress by looking forward. We set goals. We plan …

Polish Mother Of Two Takes Beautiful Pictures Of Kids Spending Their Summer In The Countryside

The series is inspired by my own childhood, when I used to visit my grandmother in the summer and spend my school vacations in the countryside. These …

Photography

Tomorrow from 4:00 to 8:30 p.m., celebrate Charles James’s 108th birthday by visiting “Charles James: Beyond Fashion” and participating in special activities in the Museum including a 5:00 p.m. birthday toast and a drop-in drawing program featuring a live model wearing a replica of James’s iconic “Clover Leaf” Gown. http://met.org/1jMbzIu Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) | “Clover Leaf” Evening Dress | 1953

Street photographer Paul Graham tours our retrospective of images by Garry Winogrand, who helped to inspire his own career in this The New Yorker article: http://met.org/1sl5ogU

#ArtistoftheDay Amy Bernays http://goo.gl/Wz5nIq

This painterly work is actually a photograph, created by Mark Lovejoy who first mixes printing inks on a press before photographing the results.

“Draughtsmen may be made, but colourists are born.” –Eugène Delacroix

Edward Hopper, a major influence to a generation of American realist artists, was born on this day in 1882. Learn more and view a slideshow of his works: http://met.org/WaWQMk Edward Hopper (American, 1882–1967) | Tables for Ladies | 1930

“The world isn’t tidy; it’s a mess. I don’t try to make it neat.” —Garry Winogrand Friday at 6:30 p.m., join contemporary photographer and Chair of Pratt Institute’s Photography Department, Stephen Hilger, to hear his perspective on the work of twentieth-century street photographer Garry Winogrand in this exhibition. http://met.org/WByhsq

#ArtistoftheDay Sandrine Selissier http://goo.gl/lBNGnT