Philip Johnson’s Glass House, built atop a dramatic hill on a rolling 47-acre estate in New Canaan, Connecticut, is a piece of architecture famous the world over not for what it includes, but for what it leaves out.

Architect Philip Johnson's Glass House

Phillip Johnson’s Glass House In the late architect Philip Johnson distilled the principles of modernism into a residence of radical simplicity

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"How can I become a brand ambassador or a spokesperson for a hair care company?"  If that is your one of your questions, then you will want to join Tippi Shorter at the PYP freelance business development Summit in Stamford Connecticut April 18-20 where she will share the steps a progressive hairstylist needs to take to make that happen. www.pypsummit.com where aspiring and working freelance artists will meet to learn and network their careers to the next level.

"How can I become a brand ambassador or a spokesperson for a hair care company?" If that is your one of your questions, then you will want to join Tippi Shorter at the PYP freelance business development Summit in Stamford Connecticut April 18-20 where she will share the steps a progressive hairstylist needs to take to make that happen. www.pypsummit.com where aspiring and working freelance artists will meet to learn and network their careers to the next level.

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Family Research Institute: 'Capital Punishment Is Warranted' For Homosexuality

Perhaps looking to strengthen his issue portfolio as he runs to be governor of Massachusetts, anti-gay activist Scott Lively has posted a list on his website of the "top seven reasons I am pro-life.

Salem, a popular historically significant town in Massachusetts, is just a quick hop from Boston. Add this charming little nugget to your Boston or New England itinerary!

Salem, MA: A Day Trip from Boston

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Lukes Diner - Gilmore Girls, Gilmore Girls TV Show Kunstdruck, TV-sitcom

William Atkin, a well known naval architect and boat builder of the 20s, 30s and 40s, working out of Long Island, NY, designed a sweet little yawl he called the Meridian. In 1938 the shipwright Joel Johnson of Connecticut was retained to build one named Destiny. Fast forward 80 years and the boat found its way to southern California where it was neglected and abandoned. This is where the author found it, and made the decision to bring it back to life. This blog is the story of the rest...

William Atkin, a well known naval architect and boat builder of the 20s, 30s and 40s, working out of Long Island, NY, designed a sweet little yawl he called the Meridian. In 1938 the shipwright Joel Johnson of Connecticut was retained to build one named Destiny. Fast forward 80 years and the boat found its way to southern California where it was neglected and abandoned. This is where the author found it, and made the decision to bring it back to life. This blog is the story of the rest...

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