Guess the rent in San Francisco

It’s no secret that renting an apartment in San Francisco is expensive, but it’s no longer the priciest in the country! At least for now. Each week we search through apartment rental listings and seek out the weird, the luxurious and even just the wouldn’t-that-be-nice. The city by the bay has it all, but can you guess what it costs? Welcome to the series we’re calling “Guess the rent in San Francisco.”

For a three-bedroom house on San Francisco’s Pacific Avenue with a sauna, speakeasy lounge and four-car garage, you can guess that the renters will pay a premium. With

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Interior Design Secrets To Help You Create A Beautiful Home

Although some people seem to have all the interior design secrets. The natural flair for design, and have an eye for exactly what is going to work in their home—or the home of someone else—when it comes to colour, style, even the pieces to use in terms of furniture or art. Others find this incredibly difficult. They might be able to appreciate the look that someone else has developed. But trying to do it themselves feels like an impossible task.

The good news is that this doesn’t have to be the case. There are ways to work out exactly what

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A photo of produce baskets and countertop herbs prompts a debate.

One long-tail aftereffect of the death of writer Joan Didion last month, at the age of 87, has been the recirculation of some of the most internet-friendly Didion images and quotes. Among these is a 1972 photo, first published in Vogue magazine, of the kitchen counter in Didion’s (and her husband, John Gregory Dunne’s) house in California. The earth-toned image, by Henry Clarke, accompanies an article with the headline “Writers’ Roost,” and this somewhat inscrutable dek, summarizing Didion’s and Dunne’s descriptions of their house’s style: “He calls it ‘Post-War Malibu,’ she calls it ‘Latent Caberet’—but it works for their work.”

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I’m switching from Republican to independent in Alaska’s U.S. House race. Here’s why.

By Gregg Brelsford

Updated: January 9, 2022 Published: January 9, 2022

I announced my campaign for Alaska’s sole seat in the U.S. House of Representatives on Independence Day, 2021. I filed as a Republican, having run in the Republican primary for a state House race in 1994 — I lost by five points, 52.5%-47.5%. Since beginning my congressional campaign last summer on the Fourth of July, things have changed.

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Enterprise architecture in the agile era

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From kitty bathroom monitors to chairs that induce Kegels: The weirdest tech from CES 2022

When it comes to off-the-wall tech, CES never disappoints. 

Consumer Technology Association

This story is part of CES, where CNET covers the latest news on the most incredible tech coming soon.

Every year, CES brings us some of the most innovative, futuristic concepts — things we expect to be talking about for years to come. It also brings us technology that’s a bit out there. Products that make us scratch our heads and ask, “What the heck inspired this?” 

To be clear, that doesn’t mean it’s bad tech, nor does it mean it’s unexciting. They’re just the things

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Newly constructed houses you can buy in Tucson | Local news

Newly constructed home by Pepper Viner in 2020. Located in highly desired urban community Camino Modern, on a premium end lot. Evolve model, single story with split 2 bedroom 2 full bathrooms floorplan. Spacious kitchen with large island and quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, gas stove, and plenty of cabinet space. Sizable bedrooms, master has 2 walk-in closets, a dual vanity, and tiled shower. Finished 2 car garage with wifi garage door opener. Smart home technology: Nest learning thermostat and video doorbell. High energy efficiency home, constructed with house wrap, Low-E windows, R-19 wall insulation, and open cell spray foam

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The interior design trends set to take over 2022

With the start of the new year underway, may of us will be considering whether it’s time to give our homes a well-deserved make-over.  

Home renovation and design platform Houzz has revealed its top home design predictions for the year ahead, based on current trends on the site, from hotel-themed bathrooms to multifunctional bedrooms.

With a community of over 65 million homeowners and home design enthusiasts and more than 2.7 million renovation and design professionals, the platform revealed exactly what Brits will be searching for this year. 

Trends set to take centre stage this year include bright and bold interiors, 

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3 New Year’s resolutions that will actually help you in the kitchen this year

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve slowly drifted away from New Year’s resolutions — or at least those of the overblown and unwieldy variety. In the past, I’ve definitely been guilty of jotting down items like “Eat healthier!” or “Improve my cooking!” but with no clear parameters for how to quantify either, motivation can definitely wane. 

This year, however, I’m keeping things simple. I do indeed want to continue to improve my cooking at home and narrowed down a few specific, measurable ways I could accomplish that. I’m sharing these goals not as some prescriptive “Three ways to make this your

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House Minority Leader McCarthy blasts ‘one-party rule’ for COVID spike, ‘crippled economy’

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., argued on Sunday that “one-party rule'” has led to “COVID spiking, closed schools and a crippled economy.”

He also blasted the Biden administration for having “no accountability,” stressing that House Republicans in 2022 will be able to hold the administration and Democrats “accountable and get America back on the right track.”

McCarthy made the comments during an exclusive interview on “Sunday Morning Futures” as he discussed priorities for the new House session. 

He also blasted “Democrats’ number one focus,” which he argued is the election reform legislation H.R. 1.

H.R. 1, the largest overhaul

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