Thanksgiving is now behind us for another year (Hello, Black Friday!) so it is no longer “too soon” to post about Christmas stuff — thank god! Because I’ve been holding onto these photos for weeks already.
The most ideal approach to manage any ailment — even COVID-19 — is through prevention. It’s important that we do whatever we can to keep from getting sick, and that includes washing our hands completely, routinely and adequately, since numerous infections are spread by our own hands. Beyond that, a strong immune system is your best defense. Here are 7 easy ways to stay healthy by boosting your immune system.
Salon Art + Design — which made a triumphant return to the Park Avenue Armory from November 11th through 15th after being waylaid in 2020 by Covid — always flaunts more than its fair share of ‘Oh Wow!’ moments, but this stunning Wedge sofa and ottoman from Todd Merrill Studio was far and away one of my favorites this time around. Because just look at it. It’s insane, right?
Kratom, or Mitragyna Speciosa, is a tree indigenous to Southeast Asia that produces the stimulant kratom. It has already been utilized for medical and traditional therapeutic purposes there for ages. Nevertheless, this natural product has become more famous in emerging economies within the Americas and Europe in the last decade.
If you are a fan of Schitt’s Creek (and really, who isn’t) then you might recall the especially hilarious episode where David and Moira attempt to cook her mother’s recipe for enchiladas. Things reach a crisis level when it comes time to “fold in the cheese,” and neither one of them knows what that means. Because, cooking. If you love that episode so much that you want to immortalize it in a T Shirt, you’ve come to the right place. Just Fold It In (design by Monsterobots) is on sale now in a variety of styles, sizes and colors for just $24.95 at This Link. Order early for the holidays!
In Montez Singing (1989), the cartoonish eyes and meandering nose from Picasso’s Straw Hat with Blue Leaves (1936), along with a pair of stylized lips, attach themselves to the edges of the painting, so that it becomes a face peering in on itself. At the right of the canvas, mitered corners suggest a frame that dissolves on the left, while wispy strokes at the sides might read as hair and the circles below as breasts.
Anyone who grew up in the 70s, loving bands like Queen and David Bowie, knows the legacy of photographer Mick Rock. Along with the equally phenomenal Bob Gruen, Rock was a photographer whose skilled eye captured images – fleeting moments in rock history – that were every bit as important to the times as the music being made by those he was shooting. It is not at all surprising that Mick Rock is also known as “The Man Who Shot the 70s.” It was sad news indeed to hear of Rock’s passing on November 18th due to complications from a two-year battle with cancer. He is surely irreplaceable. RIP, Mick!
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