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Positively Present

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Dani is a wealth of inspiration. For most people, happiness, love, and moving forward are never really considered a way of life. Thankfully, we have wonderful blogs like Dani's that remind us to rethink our priorities. Whenever I visit her blog, I always learn something. Often, these are things you think you may already know but sometimes, you need to read about it in order to make it a part of yo

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Young House Love

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Now here is another blog whose owners I am extremely (EXTREMELY) jealous of. For crying out loud, I am almost their age and they have already accomplished many things when it comes to home design! Seriously, I cannot find a more creative way to bond with your love than to make a beautiful home together. I am a huge fan of their DIY adventures and the manygreat ideas they have come up with to help

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72 Hours With the iPad Pro

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"What's it for?" That was the response we kept getting when introducing friends and family to the iPad Pro. It's a good question. Apple's latest tablet is its largest, with a 12.9-inch screen that's 3.2 inches bigger than the iPad Air 2, when measured diagonally. It's an almost comedic step up in size. For a while there, it seemed like big cellphones and small tablets were racing to meet in the mi

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Queen’s University in Canada Gets a Third Rembrandt From Alfred and Isabel Bader

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The American chemist, businessman and art collector Alfred Bader and his wife, Isabel, have donated a 1658 Rembrandt painting, “Portrait of a Man With Arms Akimbo,” to the Agnes Etherington Art Center at Queen’s University in Ontario. This is the third Rembrandt painting, among the more than 200 works of art that Mr. Bader, 91, has donated to the center at Queen’s, his alma mater, but i

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Review: “Carol” Brings Classic Out of the Closet

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Todd Haynes’ 2002 maniacally melodramatic Far From Heaven was soaked in Sirkian influence. You could see elements of Sirk’s Imitation of Life, All That Heaven Allows, and the drapery of Sirk’s brand of 1950’s filmmaking. But the subtler treat was the influence of David Lean’s achingly restrained British romance, Brief Encounter, one of my most favorite films. The bittersweet ending of Ha

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