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Paige Anderson Appel

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around the world with bash, please: hollywood

Greetings, Design*Spongers! Now that summer has officially arrived, it’s time to indulge in one of our favorite pastimes: the outdoor movie screening. These events, usually held on rooftops or in an old cemetery (Hollywood’s most popular), are a fun, cheap way to gather friends and enjoy the warm summer nights. But who wants to deal…

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Friday May 22nd, 2009

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The Green Space Travel Case + Goodbye to you

Spending as much time in thrift shops as I do (see the spoils at my etsy shop The Modern Hunter), I come across many items that just don’t seem to move. The slide carousel is #1. (Readymade magazine offered this guy up as a Macgyver challenge in its’ latest issue and I can’t wait to…

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Kelowna, BC / Part II : Meet the Makers

Even when I was young, long before Kelowna became the money/retirement mecca that it is today, now able to afford a ‘cultural district’, this town was fraught with creative minds. Again, I am just beginning to really explore who’s here doing what now, but have come across some new, & reconnected with some old, amazing…

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Thursday May 21st, 2009

Wednesday May 20th, 2009

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Burlington, VT / Part II : Meet the Makers

I’d like you to meet some of my favorite Burlington minds and makers. I’m sure every town has their share of talented citizens. But I’m still holding fast to the Einstein theory, discussed in Part I, that mystery (ie: Champ the lake monster) begets & attracts creativity, because there is an awful lot of talent…

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Tuesday May 19th, 2009

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This is a project I’ve been thinking about doing for ages. So it was time to kick start my DIY heart and get it done. I’m hoping it will be the first of many 3-D cracker installations. I used a gluten-free saltine cracker recipe that I found online eons ago (sorry, I don’t remember where)…

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