How Interior Design Can Be A Tool In Managing Life With Autism

Justin Moehn’s vast amiibo collection, comfortable gaming chairs and a large screen set up in a very specific way in his Richmond bedroom are evidence of his highly focused affection for video games. Jess Faerman’s small apartment in Houston has a single chair she’s willing to sit on and a circular path for her compulsive

On The Market: Portland Area Homes For Sale With Huge Price Cuts

Imagine saving a half million dollars on most people’s biggest purchase: A home. This might be the time: High-end properties are taking longer to sell in this slower market. For years in the Portland area, residential properties were going fast and for high figures; some were the center of bidding wars. Now that the market

Post-Minimalist Pioneer Barry Le Va Is Getting A Big Moment In The Spotlight

Barry Le Va is counted among the consummate artists’ artists. During the 1960s and ‘70s, the Long Beach-born Le Va pioneered post-Minimalism alongside the likes of Bruce Nauman, Richard Serra, and Robert Smithson, with his own specific from of post-studio, process-focused creations. “Le Va’s art is emphatically material and experiential, the realization of ideas rather

Factbox: The Australian Financial Crime Regulator’s Accusations Against Westpac

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s Westpac Banking Corp (WBC.AX) has been accused of 23 million breaches of anti-money laundering law, with regulators saying the company enabled payments from convicted child sex offenders and “high risk” countries over half a decade. FILE PHOTO: Pedestrians walk past a branch of the Westpac Banking Corporation in central Sydney, Australia

Campaign finance reports show neck and neck fundraising

Candidates in the remaining runoff elections in Terrebonne and Lafourche are neck and neck in terms of fundraising numbers and the people who have contributed to their campaigns. Those on the ballot Nov. 16 were required to file another round of campaign finance reports with the state today, detailing their donations and expenses from Sept.

How an Interior Designer Entertains

Known for being a hostess extraordinaire, award-winning Dallas designer Michelle Nussbaumer believes that a fabulous fête starts with captivating ingredients—and she’s not talking about food. “It should be a multisensory experience when you come to someone’s house, from the music to the candles,” says Nussbaumer. It also pays to have as much done before guests

Architect’s lawsuit over One World Trade Center design to proceed

Two years after Georgia-based architect Jeehoon Park sued four groups behind the development of One World Trade Center in New York City for allegedly ripping off one of his designs, a Manhattan judge is allowing three of Park’s claims to move forward into a discovery phase. The lawsuit, which was filed in Manhattan federal court against Chicago-based