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Day: July 15, 2021

Hobby Lobby, Five Below headed to new shopping center

LET TRAFFIC PASS UNDER THEM DURING THE CONSTRUCTION. CAROL: CONSTRUCTION ON A LOT IN GREENVILLE COUNTY IS RAISING A LOT OF QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT’S ON THE WAY. OUR TAGGART HOUCK IS LIVE ALONG NORTH PLEASANTBURG DRIVE AND FURMAN HALL ROAD IN GREENVLE COUNTY AND THERE ARE STILL SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT IS GOING ON THERE. TAGGART: YES, SOME QUESTIO. STILL SOME QUESTIONS AUTBO EXACTLY WHAT ELSE. >> IT MAY NOT LOOK LIKE MUCH NOW NAT BEEPING VEHICLE BUT PLANS FROM THE OERWNS OF THIS LOT OFF NORTH PLEASTBANURG DRIVE AND FURMAN HALL ROAD DEPICT WHAT MAY BE MORE TH 100,000 … Read more

The Best Order To Apply Your Skincare Routine In 2021, Per MDs

If you’ve ever tried your hand at baking, you’ve probably found yourself reading through a recipe and wondering why exactly the butter and sugar have to go before the eggs. But as you likely found out (hopefully not the hard way), the order of the ingredients really does matter if you want them to perform their best individually and collectively. And just like in the kitchen, the order in which you apply your skincare also makes a world of difference.

Whether you like to keep it simple or you spend an hour in the bathroom going through each step of

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22-year-old Man Collapses, Dies at Cousin’s Wedding

A 22-year-old Italian man died after going into cardiac arrest while attending the wedding of one of his cousins last weekend.

Danilo D’Argenio, from Grottolella in the province of Avellino, Italy, died at around midnight on Saturday in the nearby province of Salerno shortly after he collapsed while celebrating in the venue’s garden, according to the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero.

The emergency services quickly responded to the scene and unsuccessfully attempted to resuscitate him. It was later confirmed that D’Argenio died after suffering a cardiac arrest.

His funeral took place at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, 5 July 2021 at

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Phoebe Philo Is Returning to Fashion With Her Own Brand

Listen? Do you hear that? It is the intake of breath after thousands of women’s fashion prayers are finally answered. Phoebe Philo, the patron saint of dressing for the female gaze, the designer whose work convinced Joan Didion to pose for an ad and turned her customers into groupies, is returning to business. On her own terms.

Three and a half years after leaving her last post as artistic director of Celine, Ms. Philo, 48, is finally putting her name where her aesthetic is, and introducing (yes) Phoebe Philo, an independent clothing and accessories line. Though it will be partially

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Monochromatic Jewelry Is The Surprising Take On The Tonal Trend This Summer

Monochromatic outfits are one of those seemingly throw-on-and-go approaches to dressing that look effortless, though they require planning. The best ones are infused with dimension, whether through texture or varying shades, which takes some foresight. However, with a bit of practice, head-to-toe matching ultimately becomes second nature. Still, there’s one area of coordination you may not have tried yet: monochromatic jewelry. It’s a celebrity and street style-loved trend that’s on the rise, ranging from subtle enhancements to bold and bright adornment.

While monochromatic dressing typically means matching your clothing and accessories, designer Grace Lee explains that with jewelry, it’s all

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A Story Of War, Theft And A Beautiful Woman, Back In The U.S. After 70+ Years : NPR

Sandro Botticelli, Ideal Portrait of a Lady (“Simonetta Vespucci”), 1475-80, tempera on poplar panel

Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin


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Sandro Botticelli, Ideal Portrait of a Lady (“Simonetta Vespucci”), 1475-80, tempera on poplar panel

Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

Gorgeous. Serene. You won’t believe the rocky life this glorious young woman has led since Botticelli painted her in Italy around 1475. First off, she doesn’t look her age. And with a passport that would make jet setters seem slug-a-beds, she’s seen parts of Europe that Americans flock to, and ends

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