July 17, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Michael Lundin Published July 17, 2017 Fox News Believe it or not, this is your “tent.”  (Michael Lundin) Safari West, based in Santa Rosa, Calif., is one of dozens of locations nationwide that welcomes “glampers” to experience the great outdoors but without having to get their hands dirty. “No tent to pitch, no sleeping bag to unroll, no fire to build” says Linda Clarke of Glamping.com, a website that shares information about the fabulous camping craze. The term glamping (glamorous camping) has been used for a little over a decade, but ever since the concept was introduced, businesses have embraced the…

July 17, 2017 Editor 0Comment

Published July 16, 2017 Fox News A lawsuit claimed Coca-Cola executives intentionally confused consumers on the link between the sugary soft drinks and obesity. (Reuters)  (Copyright Reuters 2017) Two pastors filed a lawsuit on Thursday against Coca-Cola and the American Beverage Association, claiming the soda manufacturers knowingly deceived customers about health risks through its advertisements. William Lamar and Delman Coates claimed Coca-Cola executives ran campaigns that intentionally confused consumers on the link between the soft drinks and obesity, The Washington Post reported. D.C. Superior Court filed the complaint on behalf of the pastors and the Praxis Project, a public health group. SEATTLE…

July 7, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Elizabeth Stamp Published July 07, 2017 Tokyo’s Ginza district has long been home to an array of beautifully designed shops, from Renzo Piano’s glass-clad Hermès building to Jun Mitsui’s undulating DeBeers tower. The latest addition to the retail scene, Ginza Six, boasts 241 stores across over 500,000 square feet, making it the largest shopping destination in the area. But even more impressive than its size is the shopping center’s design. The building was designed by architect Yoshio Taniguchi of Taniguchi and Associates, who is best known for his 2004 redesign of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and features…