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SNap(R) Traditions & Cultures: Snow Art from Simon Beck

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Snow Art from Simon Beck: At work, Simon Beck makes orienteering maps. In his spare time, he straps on a pair ... http://t.co/SYAKsulVjU
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I'm Not Afraid to Say I Think I'm Beautiful - Huffington Post

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I'm Not Afraid to Say I Think I'm Beautiful
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I'm much more comfortable behind a camera than in front of one. For a decade I've been an editor at various publications, working with top models and celebrities.
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An Inviting Art-Filled Home by Sergey Makhno

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Homeowners of this country house in Kiev enlisted the help of architect Sergey Makhno to create a restful retreat that was anything but boring.

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The Science and Philosophy of Friendship: Lessons from Aristotle on the Art of Connecting

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"Friends hold a mirror up to each other; through that mirror they can see each other in ways that would not otherwise be accessible to them, (The Science and Philosophy of Friendship: Lessons from Aristotle on the Art of Connecting
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Manhattan Micro Loft by Specht Harpman Architects

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How to make a small 425-square-foot NYC apartment look spacious and functional using space-saving techniques designed by Specht Harpman.

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