April 1st marks the beginning of the 17th annual National Poetry Month. National Poetry Month originated by Academy of American Poets in 1996. The Academy of American Poets is introducing Poem in Your Pocket, which allows everyone to participate in this celebrating National Poetry Month on April 18th. Click on Poem in Your Pocket and… Read more »
Contemporary and post-moderism styles have been flourishing for the past decade. As elements of contemporary design, many people still favor the clean cut of black and white decorations. Simple colors always create coolness and elegance. Following pictures show designs by some prominent contemporary interior designers, from bedroom to kitchen, from stairways to living room. Bedroom… Read more »
Epic Games revealed their new tech demo the upcoming version of their amazing Unreal Engine 4. Take a look at the future of video games.
Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog celebrity, wrongfully forecasted a early spring this year in Ohio. According to the local tradition, since the 18th century, once the groundhog emerges from his home and does not see his shadow, it signals the arrival of spring. If on the other hand the groundhog were to see his shadow, he would… Read more »
Carrizo Plain (aka Carrizo Plain National Monument) located 100 miles north of Los Angeles is an area by-passed by time. Soda Lake, its centerpiece, is a glistening bed of white salt, set within a vast open grassland, rimmed by mountains. The plain is home to diverse communities of wildlife and plant species, and is an area… Read more »
St. Patrick’s Day is right around corner. Still don’t have ideas for SPD dinner? Don’t worry! Lazy Afternoon Culinary Class is here to assist. Corned Beef and Cabbage 4 1/2 pounds corned beef brisket 5 black peppercorns 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1 onion, peeled and left whole 2 bay leaves 1 pinch salt 1 small head cabbage, cored and cut into… Read more »