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this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

barrels of fun: oskar blues opens new event venue in longmont

If you goWhat: Oak Room grand openingWhen: 5-7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25Where: Oak Room at the Longmont Brewery, 1800 Pike RoadOn tap: Special beers on tap, live music, parade and stiltwalkersMore info:facebook.com/events/132090277306491/Old beer is in, and it's helping one local brewery grow. Longmont-based Oskar Blues is opening its new event space, Oak Room, this weekend in a Mardi-Gras themed party open to the publicThe 4,275-square-foot space is adjacent to Oskar Blues' barrel-aging room and, in fact, came about because of the need to store the brewery's growing collection of maturing beers."Our barrel aging program was really picking up, and we needed space for that," said Chad Melis, marketing director for Oskar Blues. "The oak barrels were really good looking, and that inspired the

barrels of fun: oskar blues opens new event venue in longmont

If you goWhat: Oak Room grand openingWhen: 5-7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25 (Doors open at 3 p.m.)Where: Oak Room at the Longmont Brewery, 1800 Pike RoadOn tap: Special beers on tap, live music, parade and stiltwalkersMore info:facebook.com/events/132090277306491/Old beer is in, and it's helping one local brewery grow. Longmont-based Oskar Blues is opening its new event space, Oak Room, this weekend in a Mardi-Gras themed party open to the publicThe 4,275-square-foot space is adjacent to Oskar Blues' barrel-aging room and, in fact, came about because of the need to store the brewery's growing collection of maturing beers."Our barrel aging program was really picking up, and we needed space for that," said Chad Melis, marketing director for Oskar Blues. "The oak barrels were really good looking

egyptian eman ahmed's weight-loss target: from 500kg to 300kg

Delhi: For the first time in years, Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty, probably the heaviest living woman in the world at 500 kilograms, was able to raise her arm and touch her face with her hand last week. The physiotherapy was working. Everyone in the room clapped and cheered.After suffering a stroke a few years ago, the right side of Ahmed's body was only capable of limited movement.A story of rape and reconciliation Video duration00:32Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:58World's heaviest woman begins weight loss World's heaviest woman begins weight loss Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty, probably the heaviest living woman in the world at 500 kilograms, was able to raise her arm and touch her face with her hand last week, thanks to efforts of doctors and therapists of Saifee Hospital in Mumbai.
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how long is too long to leave up your indoor fort?

So you took our advice and decided to build yourself an indoor fort. Yay for you! We totally support indoor forts staying up as long as possible — after all, you did go through all that effort — but if you're not sure how long is too long, just ask yourself these five questions.
1. Is it falling down? Yes: If you can salvage your fort with minimal repairs, go for it. If you basically have to rebuild, take it as a sign that it's time to restore your living room to its natural state. No: Good job! Are you a professional builder? An architect? A Lego expert?
2. Do you need the sheets from the fort in order to change the sheets on your bed? Yes: Don't be ridiculous (or dirty!). You will have to sacrifice your fort in the name of cleanliness. No: You own an impressive number of sheets! For th

london city island: secluded riverside living

The word "island" generally conjures up images of pristine beaches, crystal clear seas and plenty of sun. But back in daily reality, for those who need to be within a stone's throw of the centre of the capital, the riverfront living at London City Island might be the next best thing.The new development on the Leamouth Peninsula offers a degree of seclusion from the daily hustle and bustle with 12 acres of land surrounded by water, and connected to the rest of London by bridge. It neighbours the financial hub of Canary Wharf and is just a 25-minute Tube journey from Bond Street. These journey times are set to be slashed when Crossrail comes to the area in 2018, along with a new bridge spanning the River Lea providing easier access to Canning Town station.Inspired by such waterside cityscape

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

media outlets blocked from white house press briefing

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are you satisfied with your relationship or settling for less? take this test to

Have you ever wanted a relationship to work so badly that you ignore all of the signs of its inevitable decline? Don’t feel bad. While it may seem completely evident to an outsider what they would do in your situation, it’s a totally different situation for the person living it. But since you’re here, you’re probably feeling to need to take a step back and get some perspective on your relationship. That’s good!Try taking the test below and find out your relationship score:Grims Questionnaire Of Relationship SatisfactionApart from the test, a little soul searching is important in determining whether you are where you need to be in life and what you can do to improve.Why Do People Settle For Less?Why would someone settle for someone who doesn’t match who they were looking for in the first pl

maker spotlight: ashley qian | make:

Name: Ashley QianHome: San Francisco, CaliforniaMakerspace: Double UnionDay Job: During the day, I work as a software engineer at DIY. We’re an ed tech company that works on creating and sustaining online learning communities for kids.A self portrait? :D But actually, I do wear a straw in my hair like that sometimes.InstagramHow did you get started making?Once I joined DIY, I was inspired by all of the kids who created and shared the amazing things they built on our platform. As a kid, I never really had the opportunity, nor was encouraged to channel that creativity. I started out with the intention of living out the childhood that I never had, but the more I make, the more I realize that it’s a lifelong journey and an inherently human thing to do.What type of maker would you classify your

inessential: omnioutliner essentials

Omni introduces OmniOutliner Essentials:We didn’t want to just reach out to our existing audience; we wanted to introduce the joys and benefits of outlining to a much larger audience. We decided that meant two things: we needed to make the app much simpler, and we needed to make it much more affordable.It’s in public preview now. You can check it out.I’ve been the junior developer on the OmniOutliner team for a couple years, and it’s a joy to work on an app that I’ve loved for years as a user. We’re not finished yet with this release, but I’m very happy with how it’s turning out.PS I like that Ken mentions MORE in the blog post:We shipped the first beta of OmniOutliner while Mac OS X was still in beta, and doing so introduced us to a passionate community of outliners who had been using gre

mobile health and nutrition teams providing crucial services for pastoralist mot

By Rebecca BeauregardGASHAMO, SOMALI, 15 February 2017 – Mutas does not look at his mother. He is not looking anywhere, rather he lays still, his unfocused pupils covered occasionally by heavy eyelids. While we talk, his mother, Bedra Dek, keeps her eyes entirely on him. Her one-year-old son is suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM) and despite the food and water shortage and her two other children, she explains that all her thoughts are focused on him improving.“When your child is well, spiritually you feel happy. This is what I am waiting and hoping for. Nothing else is in my mind except this,” Bedra speaks softly, her eyes never wavering from her son.About six months ago, Mutas became sick with a cold. Since then, he has fought that illness and intermittent diarrhoea while they

dan rather is going to make some sense out of the world with charlamagne tha god

Uncommon Sense is going live (don't miss the premiere tonight on MTV2!), and Charlamagne Tha God's first guest is the perfect voice to make some sense out of the latest headlines dominating the media.Michael GreenbergDan Rather -- legendary journalist and anchor/host of The Big Interview on AXS TV -- will be joining Charlamagne to break down solutions for living in a President Trump world and how history compares to this current political climate (see them above preparing for the sit-down). The iconic newsman has been outspoken about these aforementioned topics on social media (if you aren't reading his frequent and poignant Facebook posts, you should), so the conversation is guaranteed to be enlightening and educational. And, because this is Uncommon Sense, Rather will also be speaking ab

sweden: what's the problem? - the local

File photo of people in Sweden. Photo: Jessica Gow/TT
OPINION: Jim Walch, an American living in Sweden, reflects on immigration and his adopted country.
In Sweden, as elsewhere, defining a problem can be problematic.
In 2015, when some 160,000 refugees sought asylum in Sweden, the small town of Norberg was asked to do their part. When asked by a reporter if taking in a few hundred refugees in a town of only 7,000 wouldn't be a big problem, the mayor replied: "A few years ago we managed to stop the big forest fire just two hundred yards from the town. Now THAT was a problem. Managing a few hundred new arrivals is a challenge, not a problem." She was also using the new term "new arrivals" or "newly arrived".
I hope you don't have a problem with a little math: 300 is 4.3 percent in a

half of germans against debt relief for greece | news

Around half of Germans are against granting debt relief to Greece and around three in 10 want it to quit the eurozone, a survey showed on Friday.The INSA poll for the Bild newspaper showed 46.4 percent of people living in Germany, Europe’s paymaster, thought giving Greece debt relief would be unfair for other eurozone countries.That compared with around a fifth (18.4 percent) who did not share that view and 9.1 percent who said they did not care.Athens and its creditors agreed on Monday to resume talks on a long-stalled review of Greece’s bailout, but only after Greece accepted examination of its reforms for 2019 onward.The head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, said on Wednesday that Greece does not need a haircut on its debt at the moment but added that debt restructuring and interest rate

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