Contemporary lighting news
Contemporary Oak Park Remodel With Large Yard
This contemporary onestory remodel in Oak Park has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a large yard. The home features new exterior paint, brick hardscape and pilasters, newly planted grass, tropical palm trees, and gardens. The driveway is concrete with brick accents and the backyard has a large grassy
NiteLites Outdoor Lighting of Sarasota to Exhibit in the Gulf Coast Florida Home Show
NiteLites Outdoor Lighting of Sarasota, the Landscape Lighting Professionals, will participate in the Gulf Coast Florida Home Show, the seasons premier home and garden show event. The show will be held at the Sarasota Fairgrounds / Robarts Arena November 18th and 19th. (PRWeb Nov 9, 2006)
McDonalds hopes youll stay awhile
Some McDonalds purists, however, think the move is messing with perfection. But the company attributes recent financial success to the revamped menu options and contemporary restaurant designs, according to the corporate Web site.
ICFF Call For Entries
NOVEMBER 09, 2006 -- George Little Management LLC (GLM), producer and manager of the the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), and Bernhardt Design have announced a call for entries.
A Modern Gallery Sheds Older Works
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery has decided to sell its antiques and master paintings in the hopes of acquiring works that will strengthen its Modern art collection.
Saddams hanging sold out in Indian theater
Saddam Hussein might have an outside chance of escaping the hangmans noose through an appeal process in Baghdad but, for followers of Indian folk theater, the toppled Iraqi leader is already a dead man.
For Soderbergh, its still the 1940s
In 1989 an unknown 26-year-old filmmaker from Louisiana delivered what might have been the final blow to the shaky edifice known as the Hollywood studio system.
Defying the norm: Circus Nexus incorporates traditional fare with dance
CARBONDALE - Acrobatics, dance, comedy and heart-pounding music combine into the not-to-be-missed theatrical event coming Nov. 10 to Shryock Auditorium at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.
Cheeky vintage requires balance
This Holywood bistro does what it says on the label. Service is excellent but the food has a few highs and lows, says Janet Devlin
A Country Star Meets His Match — and His Muse? — in NYC Debut of Floyd and Clea
A burned out country-western star meets a free spirit in the New York City premiere of the musical, Floyd and Clea Under the Western Sky, starting Nov. 10 at Playwrights Horizons.