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Forget the patch. Jewelry just might be the newest way to combat addictions—at least visually—as more and more designers are creating pieces based on various chemical substances and alcohol. Dopamine Jewelry is one such example. Los Angeles-based jewelry designer and...
While listening to my uncle relay the story of an artist whose painting he had recently purchased, I was reminded of an article I read about men and jewelry. The artwork my uncle and I were discussing was thought-provoking, but...
Centuries ago, at the entrances to Spanish cemeteries, flags of French pirates and containers with poisonous substances all displayed skulls and crossbones, which later led to the symbol's association with death. How society evolved from shrieking at the sight of...
I immerse myself in the unusual, be it golfing in Malibu, Calif., without knowing how, paragliding despite a fear of heights or joining a parade in Amsterdam to preserve old homes. (Of course, I usually drag my best friend Cathy...
Do mid-scale department store shoppers on the West Coast have a love for Macy's that East Coasters don't seem to share? According to the recently released J.D. Power and Associates 2007 Department Store Experience Study, Macy's came in last place...
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