World Market Is Having a Huge Furniture Sale Right Now, but It Won’t Last Long

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There are few things in this life that give me as much pleasure as shopping for furniture for my apartment. I keep an open mind with regard to aesthetics; I only have a few simple rules. One, never pay full price for a piece of furniture. Two, make sure that each piece in your home is functional but also has a unique quality about it. And three, if a piece you’ve had your eye on is finally on sale, don’t overthink: Just go for it. 

All of this considered, you can imagine how thrilling it was to learn that from now until November 16, World Market is having a huge furniture sale, with select pieces offered up to 30 percent off. World Market designers and buyers source inspiration from all over the globe, which means that each piece — whether it’s an accent chair, a kitchen table, or

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Bathroom Accessories Market 2020 Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Application, Types, and Upcoming Opportunities 2023

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Nov 09, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
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Global Bathroom Accessories Market: About this marketThe bathroom accessories market analysis considers sales from both offline and online distribution channels. Our study also finds the sales of bathroom accessories in APAC, Europe, MEA, North America, and South America. In 2020, the offline segment had a

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George Mason to allow fans at home basketball games

Under Phase 3 of Virginia’s reopening guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic, sports venues are allowed to operate at 50 percent occupancy or with 1,000 patrons, whichever figure is lower.

The men’s team returns five starters and 12 players from last season, when the Patriots finished 17-15 overall and 5-13 in the Atlantic 10. In the A-10 preseason poll, they were picked 10th out of 14 teams. (Richmond is the favorite.)

The Patriots will open the season later this month in the D.C. Paradise Jam at Washington Convention Center, joining Howard, Northeastern and Belmont. Fans are not allowed. The tournament was moved from the U.S. Virgin Islands.

George Mason’s nonconference games include a Dec. 4 visit to Maryland and a trip to Richmond for Dec. 12-13 games against James Madison and Old Dominion. The Patriots will host Coppin State on Dec. 16 and Towson on Dec. 22.

Their 18-game conference schedule

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Tax Assessor-Collector Office in Slaton closed for remodeling, Nov. 17-29 | KLBK | KAMC

(Nexstar Media Group/EverythingLubbock.com Staff)

LUBBOCK, Texas (NEWS RELEASE) — The following is a news release from the Lubbock County Tax Assessor-Collector Office:

The Lubbock County Tax Assessor-Collector office in Slaton will be closed to the public November 17-29, 2020.

In order to better serve our customers the Slaton office will be closed to remodel our facilities and will reopen to the public on November 30, 2020.

We recommend customers utilize our wait from home service by making an appointment online
(www.lubbockcounty.gov) search Tax under the Departments drop down) and choose either:

  • Main Tax – the downtown Main office, 916 Main Street Suite 102 in Lubbock or text 432-741-3535
  • CityBank Tax location requires an appointment and a mask– located inside City Bank Branch, closed daily
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First they lost their jobs in the pandemic. Then a wildfire burned their home.

James Goodrich and his husband, Jason Kramer, both 44, moved to Talent, Ore., almost two years ago to work in the costume department of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

Together for 17 years and married for six, they lost their jobs in April when the coronavirus pandemic shuttered theaters and live performances.

The loss was like a terrible breakup, Jason said. Uncertain about the future, the couple tried to cling to normalcy by making a daily schedule — Jason, who likes to go food shopping, was the only person who left the house.

“The pandemic made us more resilient,” Jason said. “We realized we had each other and needed to rely on ourselves, which was really kind of daunting.”

The couple were relying on savings and a small side business when, five months later, the Almeda wildfire destroyed their home and much of their town. They fled with their passports, marriage

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For office furniture sellers during a pandemic, there’s no place like home

Before COVID-19 sent most Chicago workers home in March, office furniture resellers took orders for dozens, hundreds or even thousands of items at a time.

But in recent months, local businesses like Rework and the Office Furniture Center instead have been besieged by the weary work-from-home masses who are snapping up one refurbished desk and chair at a time, wrestling the goods into their cars and dragging them home.

It’s one of many examples of business models changing because of the public health crisis, and it’s an indication that office workers are hunkering down for a much longer stint at home than they initially expected when the downtown Chicago office market all but shut down eight months ago.

Rework has seen noncorporate walk-in and online orders increase to about $100,000 per month, from a pre-pandemic monthly average of $3,000, said Mark Knepper, one of the company’s owners. Business has picked

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In Germany, 300,000 school children are quarantined at home.

BERLIN — More than 300,000 school-aged children in Germany are currently quarantined at home because of the coronavirus, according to an estimate by the German teacher’s federation. The news, first reported by the tabloid Bild, comes as some states are considering extending winter breaks to slow infections at schools.

“Our politicians are relying on the health authorities and not the school system itself to protect pupils from infections,” said Heinz-Peter Meidinger, the president of the German Teachers’ Association.

Mr. Meidinger estimates that between 2.5 percent and 3 percent of all students across the country are quarantining either because they are infected with or have been exposed to the virus. Germany’s second nationwide lockdown, which began early this month, does not include schools and day-care centers, which can be shut down individually by health authorities if they are hit by an outbreak.

In its second week of the lockdown, Germany has

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Hankook Tire Presents ‘Design Innovation 2020,’ a Proposal for the Future

Nashville, Tenn. –News Direct– Hankook Tire America Corp.

Hankook unveils ‘HPS-Cell,’ an innovative modular platform-based tire concept, supporting the vision for the future mobility

‘Design Innovation’ videos introduce the combination of modular platform

Leading global tire maker Hankook Tire unveils its ‘Design Innovation 2020’ project, presenting a vision for future driving and innovation in mobility, on the Hankook Tire YouTube channel.

Launched in 2012, ‘Design Innovation’ is Hankook’s R&D project held every two years in collaboration with the University of Cincinnati one of the world’s leading design universities. Through joint research, the project puts forward a vision for the future of driving and develops solutions that tackle today’s challenges.

Under the theme ‘Urban Reshaping,’ professors and students from the Department of Industrial Design at the University of Cincinnati focused on the transformation of cities by reconfiguring mobility as part of living spaces rather than a traditional stand-alone purpose.

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Little Richard’s Rural Home Hits the Market

Good Golly, Miss Molly! Iconic rock ’n’ roll pioneer Little Richard passed away earlier this year at 87 after battling bone cancer, and now his secluded rural home in Lynchburg, Tenn., has come available at a sliver less than $350,000. Online listing show a sale is already pending.

The roughly 6,000-square-foot brick structure, which sprawls across a sunny knoll on close to 14 thickly wooded acres about 75 miles outside of Nashville, is actually two self-contained homes under a single roof. Listings held by Carmen Wolfe at Weichert Realtors, Joe Orr & Associates show that each of the residences contains three bedrooms and two and a half baths.

Dated and in need of significant TLC, the interior spaces of one of the units is quite sedate with mostly gray- and taupe-colored walls, while the other is every bit as vivaciously colorful as the famously flamboyant showman. One room — where

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Lenny Kravitz Owns an Interior Design Firm as a Main Side Gig

Living rock legend Lenny Kravitz is a master at hitting notes and radiating his talents on records and stages.

For many artists, it’s natural to find other creative outlets where their interests manifest as hobbies or side gigs. Kravitz—an actor, Grammy winning musician, and furniture designer—has found multiple ways to tap into his artistry, and one of those ways is with an interior design firm.

Lenny Kravitz
Lenny Kravitz attends 2019 MTV Video Music Awards | Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images

Lenny Kravitz launched an interior design company in 2003

On a regular day, Kravitz keeps things lowkey when it comes to the notion of being a celebrity. When he opened Kravitz Design Inc. in 2003, he wanted his company to stand on the merits of its interior design work and not his fame. He’s hands on with the process too.

Back in 2012, Kravitz spoke to the New York Times about his

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