The man who was found clinging to his boat is safely on shore and heading home

The man who was found clinging to his capsized boat off the coast of Florida is safely back on shore with a story to tell.



a man holding a gun: Stuart Bee speaks to the media after getting off the ship Angeles at the Port of Wilmington.


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Stuart Bee speaks to the media after getting off the ship Angeles at the Port of Wilmington.

Stuart Bee, 62, was reported missing Saturday and was found clinging to his boat 86 miles from shore.

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He returned to land via a Chiquita banana boat that was traveling to the states from Honduras. He met reporters in Wilmington, Delaware, when it finally docked on Tuesday.

Bee said that he was stargazing Saturday night when he fell asleep. The next thing he knew his boat was taking on water.

“There is no one around and I thought about what I could do to get help,” he said. “I hung on to a floating cushion, and fortunately the boat did not

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Microservice Architecture Market Next Big Thing | Major Giants Infosys, Cognizant, Nginx, Datawire

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Dec 02, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
Global Microservice Architecture Market Report 2020 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2026 (Based on 2020 COVID-19 Worldwide Spread) is latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, risk side analysis, and leveraged with strategic and tactical decision-making support. The influencing Factors of growth and regulations with respect to the usage of the information, availability of highly reliable products in the market, and increase in operational efficiency of Microservice Architecture Players.The study provides information on market trends and development, drivers, capacities, technologies, and on the changing dynamics of Global Microservice Architecture Market . As per study key and emerging players of this market are Salesforce.Com, Inc. (U.S.), Cognizant (U.S.), Infosys Limited (India), Nginx Inc. (U.S.), Software AG (Germany), Datawire (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), International

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Ibizan architecture influences white walls of Casa Elisa in Argentina

Architecture studio Grupo Boreal has completed a house in Argentinian mountains with Mediterranean-style white walls and red-brick steps up to a roof terrace.



a man jumping in the air: Casa Elisa by Grupo Boreal


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Casa Elisa by Grupo Boreal

Grupo Boreal designed Casa Elisa in the mountainous area of San Clemente, which is southwest of Córdoba, with a completely bright white exterior.



a tree in front of a house: The studio chose the highest point of the site to build Casa Elisa


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The studio chose the highest point of the site to build Casa Elisa

“The markedly Mediterranean style was inspired by Ibizan architecture, with white walls, with wavy plaster and rounded edges,” said the studio, which is based in Córdoba.



a view of a living room with a wooden bench: The house is designed to make the most of views


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The house is designed to make the most of views

The 170-square-metre residence was designed in a U-shape to wrap around a north-facing patio, which the studio included to provide natural light to the interiors during winter months. The outdoor area is also topped by a roof of

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UK care home residents to miss out on first round of Covid vaccinations

Hundreds of thousands of care home residents will miss out on the first wave of Covid vaccinations when the rollout begins next week, the government has admitted.



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Photograph: Murdo MacLeod/The Guardian

The fragility of the newly licensed Pfizer vaccine means it will first be delivered only in hospitals. The news came hours after the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), which advises ministers, said care home residents and staff should be prioritised.

Boris Johnson described the distribution of the vaccine as “an immense logistical challenge” and said it would take months before all of the most vulnerable were protected.

Lorries containing freezer boxes of about 1,000 vials held at -70 to -80C were being loaded at the Pfizer plant in Belgium on Wednesday as news of Britain’s regulatory approval came through.

The boxes will go to a national hub in the Midlands before being

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New Home-Delivery Gourmet Meal Service Available Nationwide

Noble House Prepared is a prepared food brand with a difference – largely thanks to the impeccable credentials of the Executive Chef. This excellent new home delivery meal service from gourmet catering company the Noble House, is led by Chef Owen Sullivan whose vast experience includes many years as executive chef for Gordon Ramsay at his Maze, the Maze Grills and the Savoy Grill restaurants. He has also cooked at top events such as Elton John’s celebrated Oscars Viewing Party in Los Angeles. Founded by Conrad Baker and Emma Noble-Baker, the Noble House has been operating in the fine dining events, weddings and high-end bespoke contract catering sectors for many years. Their new delivery service offers restaurant-quality, prepared frozen meals, plus coffee and wine to individual consumers nationwide.

Chef Owen

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If You Have This Candle at Home, Get Rid of It Immediately

With the winter holidays fast approaching, you may be eager to light some candles at home to create a festive mood. However, if you purchased a Dollar Tree candle as part of your holiday décor, you might want to think twice before lighting it. The popular dollar store has issued a recall on nearly 143,000 of its Sure Scents 2-1 Peaceful Stream/Moonlight Waves candles due to potential fire and burn hazards. Read on for more details on the recall, and if you want to stay safe, If You’re Using This to Charge Your Phone, Stop Immediately.

According to the Dec. 2 recall notice issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the recalled candle can emit unusually high flames, igniting the surrounding wax and causing the candle’s glass encasement to break. As of the recall date, there had been two reports of the candles’ flames reaching above its glass container,

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Micro-architecture ‘Lawn Loungers’ win award, engage community

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Hawaiʻi has an urgent need for walkable, sustainable and equitable housing that can improve the lives of local communities. In a collaborative design between the University of Hawaiʻi Community Design Center and Hawaii Public Housing Authority (HPHA), a micro-architecture called “Lawn Loungers” received a Honolulu Design Award, in the institutional category from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Honolulu.

The project was led by Karla Sierralta, an assistant professor in the UH Mānoa School of Architecture, Brian Strawn, a senior research associate in the UH Community Design Center, and included nine student research assistants and two post-graduate staff.

Lawn Loungers are part of the “Future of Hawaiʻi’s Housing” research project, developed in partnership with HPHA. Lawn Loungers are portable spaces for community engagement that can travel around the island, inviting the community to participate in the design process of future

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California stay-at-home order looms as COVID-19 cases explode



a group of people walking down the street talking on a cell phone: People wait in line Tuesday at a walk-up COVID-19 testing site in San Fernando. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)


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People wait in line Tuesday at a walk-up COVID-19 testing site in San Fernando. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)

California hit reached another troubling COVID-19 milestone Tuesday, averaging 14,120 cases per day with more than 8,200 hospitalized — both new records.

The continues surge is putting more pressure on state and local officials to take more aggressive action to slow the spread before it overwhelms hospitals. Los Angeles County, which has been particularly hard hit, reported more than 7,500 new cases — the most in a single day. Projections suggest L.A. County could reach 9,000 cases by next week.

Officials have said they would consider a restrictive stay-at-home order if cases kept rising, which is now expected because the Thanksgiving weekend likely spread the virus even more.

What are the options?

It’s possible such an order would

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Architecture academic leads Buildings Task Group to reduce University’s carbon footprint | School of Architecture

Professor Fionn Stevenson has been working to create an action plan to reduce the University of Sheffield’s carbon footprint, with a particular focus on buildings.

Last week the University of Sheffield launched its new Sustainability Strategy and Action Plan. The Strategy sets out ambitious commitments to address the climate emergency, aiming for a net-zero campus by 2030 and net-zero across all activities by 2038. The Action Plan sets out the key steps to be taken in the coming years to move towards these goals.

Professor Fionn Stevenson, who holds a Chair in Sustainable Design in the School, led a Buildings Task Group with other academics from across the University as well as professional services staff and students, to help drive the University towards carbon neutrality in the development, management and retrofitting of its estate. The University of Sheffield has an established record of reducing carbon emissions from buildings in use

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See How a New Kind of Design Retail Space Thrives in Brooklyn

The year 2020 saw the shuttering of many brick-and-mortar stores, as quarantine measures and a slowed economy decreased the traffic that typically sustains physical retail spaces. In the midst of this all, fashion designer turned design collector and curator Alan Eckstein found himself crafting a new kind of design retail space in Brooklyn: The Somerset House, “a spacious, light-filled space in Williamsburg that blends decades and styles to create something totally its own.”

Alan sits in a chair at the Somerset House.

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Alan, who has spent his free time over the past years amassing a respectable collection of international and domestic vintage design, began to move into the world of interior staging after a townhouse in Manhattan’s West Village that he staged in 2019 sold in just a matter of weeks. Staging, which is intended to bring out the best of a space through thoughtful styling of furniture

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