Everything we know about doing laundry we learned in childhood. “Most people will cook the way their mothers cooked. We learn laundry basics the same way,” says Jenifir Provateare, who has been developing laundry industry products for 20 years.
When on an in-home energy review, energy counselor Amber Hall often hears customers say, “You look familiar.” That’s because she’s been the face of Clark Public Utilities’ energy counselors for several years in television ads and on billboards and the side of C-Tran busses.
Architects tend to look skyward: The ancient Greeks built coffered ceilings in their temples. Romans introduced the barrel vault. Medieval builders constructed Gothic arches and Renaissance domes to inspire the masses.
The warm glow of forsythias cools down as their flowers fade and green leaves start to unfold. For the next 11 months, this plant that displays such cheerful color on the drab heels of winter will be forgotten.
There used to be a shortage of options for outdoor furnishings, especially when it came to smaller spaces. Now, it seems there are just about as many pieces, styles, colors, materials and price points for items outside the home as there are for items inside it. And, oh, the accessories!
On Monday, Mattel rolled out a Barbie doll modeled on ballerina Misty Copeland, who broke the color barrier at American Ballet Theatre in 2015 when she was promoted to principal dancer, a first for an African-American woman.
Some older couples who want social recognition for their love relationships are exchanging rings, throwing parties and holding wedding-type ceremonies, but they’re stopping short of getting legally married to avoid complications with retirement funds, property and grown children.