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August 29, 2012

The Pie Hole: No Snack Leaf Behind.

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Share This.We hate to be a bummer but summer is taking its last breath and it’s time to rake in some tasty fall goodies. Made with store-bought piecrust dough, these leaves can filled with chocolate, peanut butter chips, jam and cream cheese, or chocolate chips, walnuts, and mini marshmallows, whatever you like! Autumn Leaf Pockets.↓ Ingredients.↓ • 1 egg • 1 teaspoon of water • Prepared pie crust • Mini chocolate chips • Peanut butter chips • Raw Read More

Learnin’ Youse Some Lettas: Obverse.

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Share This.Obverse (Pronounced: ob•verse)→ Adjective.: a) facing the observer or opponent. b) having the base narrower than the top.

A Visit to the Reverse City.

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Share This.Pascale Marthine Tayou‘s 2009 Reverse City installation involves rows of giant pencils hanging from thick beams in Matsudai, Joyama, Japan. On each pencil is written the name of one of the countries of the world. “The giant pencils are variously colored; some are short, some are tall. This town of pencils is fixed into a stainless steel frame and hovers, detached from Nature, at a height of about two meters. Read More

Bad News for Young Homeowners.

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Share This.Last week, the real estate researchers at Zillow released their report on underwater homeowners — those who owe more on their mortgage than their house is worth — for the second quarter of 2012. They estimate that 48 percent of mortgage borrowers younger than 40 are currently underwater. It’s 39 percent among those who are 20-24 years old; 48 percent for the 25-29 cohort; and 51 percent for the 30-34 demographic. Read More

Suo Sarumawashi.

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Share This.“Sarumawashi, literally ‘monkey dancing’ evolved over a 1000-year history in Japan. Ancient Japanese chronicles refer to it as a form of religious ritual designed to protect the horses of warriors. It later developed into a popular form of festival entertainment, and was performed all over Japan from temples to imperial courts. Today, Sarumawashi is ranked alongside Noh and Kabuki as one of the oldest and most traditional of Japan’s Read More