Eddie Adams’ Photo Studio in NYC is For Sale for $19.95 Million

Have extremely deep pockets? You could be the owner of the New York City photo studio created by famous American photographer Eddie Adams. Bathhouse Studios is on the market, and the asking price is a cool $19,950,000. The one-of-a-kind multi-level studio and event space is located in Manhattan’s East Village at the address 538 East 11th Street. It was originally built in 1904 as a public bathhouse with Neo-Italian Renaissance style architecture, and the facade still reads: “Free Public Baths of the City of New York.” Eddie Adams, best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning photo of the execution of a Viet Cong soldier, purchased the building and Read More

Check Out The Incredible $70 Million Estate That’s On The Market In Hawaii

Aloha! We’d like to introduce you to your next home. This magnificent Hawaiian estate incorporates privacy, function, and amazing views for a mighty $70 million price tag. The compound rests on more than 15 acres in Kilauea and consists six bedrooms and nine bathrooms across its main house, two guest pavilions, and a nearby caretaker’s residence, which were all built in 2006. In the main house alone there are over 10,000 square feet of interior living space and more than 8,000 square feet of exterior decks, pools and verandas. Inside the central pavilion is an expansive gourmet kitchen, dining area, living room, office, master bedroom, and bathroom. On the Read More

An Interview with Set Decorator Cherie Day Ledwith from “You’re the Worst”

There are many things that help influence how an audience perceives a television character. Dialogue, costumes, family, and occupation, but perhaps none more telling than the sets, and in particular, their homes. A glimpse inside where a character lives defines a lot, from income level to slovenliness to their taste in pop culture. Seinfeld’s Superman statue. Draper’s prominent bar cart. Monica’s peephole surrounded by a picture frame. These tiny details share depths about the character that pages of dialog simply can’t. And your own home is no different. I don’t know about you, but when someone comes to my home for the first time, it feels revealing. Read More

T. Boone Pickens Is Selling His Massive 65,000 Acre Texas Ranch For $250M

Mesa Vista Ranch, the “most prized possession” of famous oil millionaire T. Boone Pickens, is being put up for sale by the 89-year-old, according to The Dallas Morning News. And if you’ve got $250 million to burn, you can be the new sole owner of the property, a massive real estate triumph that took decades for Pickens’ to bring to its present state. And according to Pickens himself in a statement announcing the sale, it’s important to him that he finds a single buyer who will keep the ranch together and carry on the property as Pickens himself would: “Selling the ranch is the prudent thing for Read More

Apple officially announces new Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE connectivity

After several months of rumors, Apple today has officially unveiled its next-generation Apple Watch with support for LTE connectivity. The announcement was made on stage during the company’s special event today by CFO Jeff Williams following a moving video of Apple Watch users sharing their stories. The new model is called Apple Watch Series 3…. Tim Cook touted that Apple Watch is now the number one watch in the world, overtaking previous leader Rolex. Cook noted of 97 percent customer satisfaction and Apple Watch’s 50 percent year-over-year growth last quarter. Williams started by highlighting watchOS 4 features, such as the new Workouts app, GymKit, and more. The Read More

From Custom Suit Services to Device-Charging Beach Totes

Included in these September 2017 fashion trends are a variety of useful accessories, modern jewelry collections, luxurious designer wear, and much more. One of the most unconventional innovations that’s featured are the haute couture wetsuits that were designed by Thom Browne. Though totally functional in the water, the wetsuits look like incredibly form-fitting business suits, complete with faux lapels, pockets, and a tie. Due to this, the wetsuits make for a unique piece that’s meant to be worn by scuba divers who are looking to make a statement on the water.

Summer of Love: History and 50th Anniversary

A social phenomenon has hit the streets of San Francisco to celebrate an anniversary of 50 years. The city’s tribute to the infamous “Summer of Love” kicked off on June 21st in Golden Gate Park with a free concert featuring 60’s performers such as members of Jefferson Airplane. The original 1967 event is noted as symbolizing the city’s free spirit and counterculture atmosphere. Summer of Love: History and 50th Anniversary During the spring and summer of 1967 close to 100,000 hippies and flower children converged in San Francisco’s neighborhood, Haight-Ashbury. They were there to change the world and influence popular culture with a new style of music Read More

Perfect Sleeve Tattoos for Guys With Style

A sleeve tattoo can often be described as a combination or collection of various designs strategically placed on an individuals arm or leg to form one seemingly continuous work. However, sleeves can also be composed of a single continuous pattern or color. The terms tattoo sleeve, full sleeve, half sleeve, etc. are generic terms given to tattoo designs covering the arm or leg in a close-knit pattern resembling that of a sleeve. The validity of this term is occasionally brought into question but has gained wider acceptance over the years, especially since the dawn of the internet age. “Full sleeve” is just a tad bit catcher and descriptive than searching the web Read More

Renovated 1950s Family Home in Texas Brings Style To The Era

Originally a dark, wood-paneled and closed-off space, this home in Dallas was purchased by Ryan and Paulette Bock, who had big plans in mind. The typical 1950s layout wasn’t conducive to their lifestyle, so they prepared for a full remodel. “We were determined to turn this midcentury-style home into something unique,” Paulette says. Comfort and ease were vital for this fun-loving and laid-back couple. “I like things that make me feel good, and that is really what drove the design,” she says. So with Ryan serving as the general contractor, and with the help of architect and friend Keith Weik, the two created their dream home. Read Read More