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11 Beautiful Mini-Libraries You'd Love To Own - News Stories, Latest News Headlines on Times of India

11 Beautiful Mini-Libraries You'd Love To Own - News Stories, Latest News Headlines on Times of India

But sometimes it’s helpful to remember all the good in the world: | 24 Headlines You'd Rather Be Reading Today

24 Headlines You'd Rather Be Reading Today

But sometimes it’s helpful to remember all the good in the world: | 24 Headlines You'd Rather Be Reading Today

If you choose to eat food without chemicals on a regular basis, you, my friend, are mentally ill.

If you choose to eat food without chemicals on a regular basis, you, my friend, are mentally ill.

Though milder than previous years, 2013 saw its share of extreme weather, the increasingly alarming phenom that experts say might explain a growing trend in home design -- dome-shaped houses. The design, which CNBC contributor Linda Federico-O'Murchu describes as a "simple yet ingenious way" for homeowners to minimize their vulnerability to natural disasters like hurricanes,...

Why You'd Want To Stay In This Home During The Apocalypse

Though milder than previous years, 2013 saw its share of extreme weather, the increasingly alarming phenom that experts say might explain a growing trend in home design -- dome-shaped houses. The design, which CNBC contributor Linda Federico-O'Murchu describes as a "simple yet ingenious way" for homeowners to minimize their vulnerability to natural disasters like hurricanes,...

James Spitzer. Portland OR. Located on a corner at a curve in the road, it encourages passing motorist and walkers to slow down look or at least smile at the landscaped mini-park with bench and books shaded by mature birch trees. It is built of the finest discards from construction sites using fine woodworking techniques. Stewards are Jim and Susan Spitzer and Carol and Eric Means. A Grand Opening pot luck dinner drew a couple dozen lovers of literature who made the first contributions.

James Spitzer. Portland OR. Located on a corner at a curve in the road, it encourages passing motorist and walkers to slow down look or at least smile at the landscaped mini-park with bench and books shaded by mature birch trees. It is built of the finest discards from construction sites using fine woodworking techniques. Stewards are Jim and Susan Spitzer and Carol and Eric Means. A Grand Opening pot luck dinner drew a couple dozen lovers of literature who made the first contributions.

only thing missing is a Tree to sit under... or a hammock to relax and read a book.

only thing missing is a Tree to sit under... or a hammock to relax and read a book.

little free library at ditmas park, brooklyn http://www.blog.designsquish.com/index.php?/site/little_free_library_in_ditmas_park_brooklyn/

little free library at ditmas park, brooklyn http://www.blog.designsquish.com/index.php?/site/little_free_library_in_ditmas_park_brooklyn/

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