Posted: 11 Oct 2016 02:00 PM PDT
Returning to England from the South Pacific at the end of the 18th century, famous adventurer and explorer Captain Cook brought back a heavily tattooed Polynesian called Omai, who quickly became a London sensation: The word tattoo derives from the Tahitian word 'tatu' - meaning 'to mark something'. Traditionally associated with sailors, who often sported designs brought back from overseas, by the 20th century tattoos had become a bit seedy - a rough, tough symbol of hard living. Read more…
Posted: 11 Oct 2016 06:00 AM PDT
Lugging a table up and down a few flights of stairs every time you move is a pain. And there's a good chance you'll gouge the paint off the wall as you squeeze by, too. (Don't ask how we know that...) Luckily, we now have options, courtesy of the Floyd furniture company, based in Detroit. "We make furniture that is simple to use, easy to ship and long-lasting," the owners say. Read more…
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