A trip to the grocery store can result in the most spectacular of centerpieces! The mushroom and cushion moss centerpiece below can be created with the help of a full tutorial at MarthaStewart.com:

A trip to the grocery store can result in the most spectacular of centerpieces! The mushroom and cushion moss centerpiece below can be created with the help of a full tutorial at MarthaStewart.com:


80 year old building in historic neighborhood of Mahane Yehuda Market in Jerusalem was renovated by Architect Matthew Rosenschein for retired couple.  


Orphaned/abandoned badger pups now safe and well cared for at Secret World Wildlife Rescue Centre in  South West England.

Orphaned/abandoned badger pups now safe and well cared for at Secret World Wildlife Rescue Centre in  South West England.


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Mickey Rooney, Shirley Temple and Judy Garland at MGM Studios, 1941.

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Mickey Rooney, Shirley Temple and Judy Garland at MGM Studios, 1941.

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Mortal enemies.

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Sunset Rock House by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Sunset Rock House by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects of Halifax, Nova Scotia.


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Workspace inside of an attic studio apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Workspace inside of an attic studio apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden.


Victoria’s most expensive condo, located at 21 Dallas Rd., in the James Bay neighbourhood of Victoria, British Columbia. The 4,226-square-foot home boasts views of the Juan de Fuca Strait and Victoria’s Inner Harbour. It was previously owned by award-winning music producer David Foster.

Victoria’s most expensive condo, located at 21 Dallas Rd., in the James Bay neighbourhood of Victoria, British Columbia. The 4,226-square-foot home boasts views of the Juan de Fuca Strait and Victoria’s Inner Harbour. It was previously owned by award-winning music producer David Foster.


Twenty years ago, Costa Rica went on a campaign to save the little remaining rainforest it had left to try and nurture the re-growth of areas where 500-year-old trees once stood. The policies that emerged from this decision created new national parks and revolutionized Costa Rican tourism—producing an eco-tourism business model for other countries to follow. One such project was the birth of Rancho Pacifico, whose owners built the resort with the strictest adherence to environmental common sense. The resort limited the cutting of trees, so each of the 11 buildings was placed in the trees. There is also a 250-acre private rainforest preserve—teeming with wildlife, birds, reptiles, waterfalls, and thousands of plants species. Our favorite bathroom is in the Treehaus, with its zen modern design, unmatched ocean and jungle views, natural stone bathrooms, cotton and bamboo fiber linens, and glass double sinks. What takes the cake however are those luscious his and hers over-sized rain showers with step-out gardens and decks. This adult-exclusive retreat is definitely eco-paradise…hearing monkeys rather than air conditioning compressors is, quite literally, a breath of fresh air.

Twenty years ago, Costa Rica went on a campaign to save the little remaining rainforest it had left to try and nurture the re-growth of areas where 500-year-old trees once stood. The policies that emerged from this decision created new national parks and revolutionized Costa Rican tourism—producing an eco-tourism business model for other countries to follow. One such project was the birth of Rancho Pacifico, whose owners built the resort with the strictest adherence to environmental common sense. The resort limited the cutting of trees, so each of the 11 buildings was placed in the trees. There is also a 250-acre private rainforest preserve—teeming with wildlife, birds, reptiles, waterfalls, and thousands of plants species. Our favorite bathroom is in the Treehaus, with its zen modern design, unmatched ocean and jungle views, natural stone bathrooms, cotton and bamboo fiber linens, and glass double sinks. What takes the cake however are those luscious his and hers over-sized rain showers with step-out gardens and decks. This adult-exclusive retreat is definitely eco-paradise…hearing monkeys rather than air conditioning compressors is, quite literally, a breath of fresh air.