Latest News for: World fabrics


The best big and tall office chairs for 2023

Popular Science 30 Sep 2023
Plus, the tiny holes provide solid ventilation, refreshing compared to other fabric or leather chairs. It’s not the most supportive chair in the world, but it’s ergonomically shaped and very comfortable ... Most of the time, you’ll choose between fabric, fake leather, and mesh ... Fabric runs the gamut in terms of durability and comfort.

They want Americans to think of Vietnamese mooncakes and movies, not war

Stars and Stripes 30 Sep 2023
Eventually, Vietnamese Americans hope autumn in D.C. will mean pumpkins, leaves and Vietnam ... There will be dancing, music and mooncakes ... But it’s unfamiliar across America. Right now? ... Don’t believe it? ... Institute of Peace ... It’s familiar territory for America’s immigrants - what to bring from the old world and how to make it part of the American fabric ... .

Beacon Hill Roll Call: Sept. 18 to Sept. 22, 2023

The Recorder 30 Sep 2023
... in the community where they grew up, by going to college without financial insecurities, plays a critical role in the development of young people as they become active citizens and contribute to the world in a way that makes the fabric of Massachusetts society stronger.”.

Inspiring sustainable living amongst M'sians

The Star 29 Sep 2023
ENVIRONMENTAL, social and governance (ESG) values are not just for the corporate world.

Tidal Jets Inc. revolutionizes private aviation through charitable impact with TJ2 apparel

TravelDailyNews 29 Sep 2023
WASHINGTON, D.C.Tidal Jets Inc., a rising name in the private aviation sector, is transforming luxury travel ... The New Frontier in Luxury Travel. Tidal Jets Inc ... At Tidal Jets, we don’t just follow trends, we set the trend for a more equitable and compassionate world. Our commitment to giving back is woven into the fabric of every TJ2 product.”.

Style at Home: Autumn’s best shelfie moments

Detroit news 29 Sep 2023
In the world of autumnal shelves, the first look we’re exploring is a delightful fusion of modernity and tradition, primarily centered around a captivating color palette of brown and white ... The vases are riding the wave of a checkerboard moment that’s been making waves in the design world.

How can Reading Communities Use Social Tokens?

Cryptopolitan 29 Sep 2023
As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, social tokens offer a direct and seamless way to engage with an audience ... This is the promise of social tokens in reading communities, where each token becomes a badge of honor and a ticket to an enriched literary world ... Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are gaining traction in the literary world.

Back in the Day: Cool fall weather was a time for wearing shawls

BlueRidgeNow 28 Sep 2023
Other possible choices included navy, black, or red, especially in heavier-weight wool or velvet fabrics for fall and winter ... So, mountain women continued crocheting, knitting or buying fabric shawls ... Their fine-woolen fabrics were valued, traded, and profitably introduced to the outside world.

The Shipwreck Rose: Small Flowers

The East Hampton Star 28 Sep 2023
Anyway, having spent a lifetime looking at fabrics and trying to imagine what it felt like to live in the material world while wearing a dress of dimity or cambric or society silk, I have gotten pretty good at recognizing what era a print or pattern is from, and this knowledge aids me in my quilt-snatching.

Fear of History: The Roots of Israel’s War on UNESCO

The Palestine Chronicle 28 Sep 2023
For Israel, however, the recognition by UNESCO of Jericho as a “World Heritage Site in Palestine” complicates its mission of erasing Palestine, physically and figuratively, from existence ... As acceptable as such a claim may be for many countries around the world, for Israel UNESCO’s innocuous gestures to the Palestinians are simply heretical.

Homemakers attend district meeting in Madison County

The Courier Times 28 Sep 2023
Because of wartime rationing, clothing from the time was restricted to 3.5 yards of fabric per garment.

Treat your shelf to great seasonal decor

Boston Herald 28 Sep 2023
In the world of autumnal shelves, the first look we’re exploring is a delightful fusion of modernity and tradition, primarily centered around a captivating color palette of brown and white ... The vases are riding the wave of a checkerboard moment that’s been making waves in the design world.

Cocoon: The Kotaku Review

Kotaku 28 Sep 2023
Where did I just come from? How did I get here? Cocoon’s strange, alien world is based on an exceedingly simple and elegant set of rules, yet every time I thought I’d figured them out a new wrinkle would appear, changing how each piece of the puzzle related to the others and upending my understanding of the bigger picture in the process.

lululemon and Xponential Fitness Confirm Ongoing Retail Partnership

Tyler Morning Telegraph 28 Sep 2023
... to continuing partnering with Xponential Fitness and their local studios around the world.” ... Setting the bar in innovation of fabrics and functional designs, lululemon works with yogis and athletes in local communities around the world for continuous research and product feedback.

Why is the Ukraine war more Jewish than the Iranian uprising? A year after Mahsa ...

The American Israelite 28 Sep 2023
Where was the world’s outrage when Jews were being lynched publicly in Iran? How does the Persian Jewish community experience this new revolution? Can the older Iranians now recognize Jews as the canaries in the coal mine of the 1970s Iranian revolution? ... Jews are an integral part of the fabric of every society and culture around the world.

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