8 Outstanding Buildings For World Architecture Day

Design isn’t just about the interior. For World Architecture Day this year, we’re honoring eight outstanding architectural achievements across the globe. 1. MoDus Architects Sculpts a Concrete, Tree-Hugging Visitor Center on the Italy-Austria Border Photography by Oskar Da Riz. MoDus Architects’s TreeHugger, a 4,600-square-foot visitor center, won an architecture competition organized by the city of

Week 5 Fantasy Football And Gambling Preview

Topics from Thursday’s Episode of Bull Market FantasyHighest scoring NFL games: Jim Cramer and Bill Enright look at the games with the most projected points according to the Over/Under on DraftKings Sportsbook in Week 5 and the fantasy playmakers in those games.DFS Cash Game Studs and Fades: Knowing which players not to put into your

Olive Group Tacoma Grows Tacoma Marketing Agency SEO and digital business marketing

Olive Group, Tacoma has grown their Tacoma marketing agency. The digital marketing company launched their marketing services to improve upon strategies businesses in Tacoma are already doing. Olive Group is growing their marketing business services by incorporating technology to make the improvement of SEO and digital business marketing. TACOMA, Washington – Olive Group Tacoma has

SiriusXM-Stitcher Deal Won’t Scare Podcast Market Leaders (For Now)

That’s what’s suggested by the WSJ, which on Monday reported that SiriusXM is near a deal to purchase podcast business Stitcher from its parent E.W. Scripps for about $300 million. The Information had reported Stitcher was seeking a buyer a few weeks ago, with Spotify being named as a potential suitor.   Should the deal go

Analysis: Soccer Out Of Touch Suppressing On-field Activism

To most watching Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho remove his jersey to reveal a handwritten “Justice for George Floyd” message on his undershirt, it was a powerful expression of activism on a soccer field. To the Bundesliga referee overseeing that game, it was an action requiring punishment. Rarely has a rule looked so out of