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10 ways to clean your bathroom using this popular kitchen cupboard essential

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Trump’s COVID Task Force Concedes They’ll Never Get Trumpers to Wear Masks

As President Donald Trump received treatment for the coronavirus at Walter Reed Medical Center last week, he and his aides worked on the stagecraft for his big return home. It needed to be showy and it would require television networks to have their cameras pointed at the White House during the beginning of their primetime shows.Disembarking from Marine One, Trump walked across the lawn, climbed two flights of stairs to the balcony of the residence, looked directly at the cameras and removed his mask. It was as overly dramatic as it was medically dangerous. For the White House the goal was simple: Put Trump on national television to underscore that the president, despite being infected with a deadly virus, was strong enough not to wear a mask. For scientists, doctors, and even those who work

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Popular West Palm eatery Kitchen set to open second location at Alton Town Center

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a man and a woman standing in a room: Aliza Byrne and Chef Matthew Byrne own and operate Kitchen restaurant in West Palm Beach. [Photo by LILA PHOTO]


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Aliza Byrne and Chef Matthew Byrne own and operate Kitchen restaurant in West Palm Beach. [Photo by LILA PHOTO]

PALM BEACH GARDENS — Seven years after opening their popular American brasserie Kitchen in West Palm Beach, Chef Matthew Byrne and his wife, Aliza, are preparing to debut the sequel. 

The West Palm Beach residents will unveil their second Kitchen restaurant early next month at Alton Town Center in Palm Beach Gardens.

The eatery, which will seat 150 with ample outdoor space and a private room, joins a growing list of new restaurants at the 360,203-square-foot retail complex on Donald Ross Road.

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The location was a perfect one for the Byrnes, who were eager to expand into an area where many of their regular 

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Chef’s kitchen in Stock’s Newport model in Quail West a popular highlight

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Stock Custom Homes, one of Southwest Florida’s most highly respected luxury home builders, has a furnished model available to tour and purchase in the beautiful, upscale community of Quail West. 



a kitchen with a sink and a window: Stock Custom Homes’ Newport model in Quail West features two island counters in the kitchen.


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Stock Custom Homes’ Newport model in Quail West features two island counters in the kitchen.

The Newport is a four-bedroom plus study/four full-bath/two half-bath home with 5,837 square feet under air and 9,038 total square feet, including two two-car garages.

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Since its completion, many prospective buyers have toured the model and commented on several outstanding features of the home. One of the most mentioned features is its kitchen, which can only be described as a Chef’s dream.

The kitchen has two island counters, a large walk-in pantry and an abundance of cabinetry and countertop space. Nearby is the breakfast area, a wine room and an open bar, easily accessible to the Grand Reception area.

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Popular kitchen gadgets from every decade

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Kitchens have changed pretty dramatically over the years. And with new technologies, changing habits and evolving food trends, an endless stream of gadgets and appliances have hit the shelves through the decades. Starting in the 1920s, we’ve zipped down memory lane to bring you the kitchen tools that have defined cooking through the ages.



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After the First World War, kitchens were changing in America, Britain and beyond. With more women filling the workforce than ever before, the need for nifty, time-saving cooking devices was paramount. Enter the automatic toaster. A pop-up toaster that could brown bread on both sides at once was patented early in the Twenties and, by 1926, it was on shelves under the name ‘Toastmaster’.



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Have You Tackled the Most Popular Home Improvement During Quarantine?

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By the end of self-isolation, our homes will have never looked better. In addition to bread baking, crafting, and TikTok-ing, Americans have been passing the time by making light improvements to their spaces. Realtor.com recently asked people if they decided to undertake projects while sheltering in place during the pandemic, and more than 30 percent confirmed they already have, while another 20 percent of respondents suggested they were planning to.

The number-one task keeping both renters and homeowners busy? Organizing closets and the garage. Couple self-isolation with the urge to spring clean and it’s no wonder tidying these two areas is at the top of everyone’s to-do list, followed by gardening, painting walls, and rearranging furniture. If you’re one of the 50 percent of people who has yet to tackle a home improvement during quarantine, consider this the motivational boost you need to get started: 

Garages are like black holes

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13 Popular Home Decor Styles And How To Pull Them Off In Your Home

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Home decor can be tricky. While it’s meant to reflect your personality and sense of style, it also needs to meet the demands of your daily life. With so many different home decor styles, it can be hard to pick the right look for your abode. And without proper guidance, you can easily lose direction, creating a look that is disjointed, underwhelming or, dare we say, tacky.

Decorating your home doesn’t have to be daunting. And you don’t need to have an eye for design to be able to pull off a sophisticated, expertly styled living space. We researched some of the current interior design trends and spoke to a few industry professionals to get the best tips for decorating your space in some of today’s most popular home decor styles.

Contemporary

One of the most difficult home decor styles to define is contemporary. That’s because it adapts to the

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75 Most Popular Bathroom Design Ideas for 2020 – Stylish Bathroom Remodeling Pictures

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Whether you’re doing a bathroom renovation or just a refresh; making your bathroom design brighter, cleaner and more attractive will make you feel happier to use it every day. If your bathroom is a small space in your home where you don’t spend much time, it’s time to think about alternatives. Browse the pictures to find inspiring bathroom ideas on Houzz, including stylish vanities, fancy toilets, taps, shower tiling, as well as storage ideas for small bathrooms.

How do I find bathroom ideas for my remodel?

If you’re starting your bathroom remodel from scratch, or ripping out and starting again, then once you’ve sorted the plan and the plumbing you’ll need to think about what kind of ideas you’d like. The easiest option is to get inspiration from bathroom professionals. However, if you’ve dreamt of a roll-top bath or a walk-in shower with heating at, then you might want

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