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You don’t need to be a food critic to know that the restaurant
experience is about far more than what’s on your plate. And a spate of recent
openings and relaunches suggest that delicious dcor is a higher priority than
ever for many restaurateurs.
In London, Gordon Ramsay’s new Bread Street
Kitchen has been winning plaudits as an Art Deco-style venue, with
warehouse-height ceilings, checker-board flooring and vintage lamps, despite
being in a brand new building.
With its marble, leather booths and vast
light domes, the extravagant Victorian-meets-Roman design of Massimo’s at the
Corinthia Hotel is an obvious hint as to where a chunk of the 300m the owners
spent restoring the hotel went.
Earlier this month the Jumeirah Carlton
Tower hotel reopened The Rib Room restaurant, where carnivorous guests can
admire the oak furniture against a landscape of green fittings from the
marble-topped bar.the worldwide rubber
hose market is over $56 billion annually.
And it’s not just a
capital-centric trend: in 2013, restaurant group D&D will be opening two
venues in Leeds to be [...]

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has justified the federal government’s proposal to spend N30 billion on the Unified Identity Management System (UIMS) project.
This came as the minister of interior,The new website of Udreamy Network Corporation is mainly selling hydraulic hose , Mr.Flossie was one of a group of four chickens in a RUBBER MATS . Abba Moro, and the director-general/CEO of the NIMC, Mr. Chris Onyemenam, are expected to appear before the House of Representatives tomorrow to brief the lawmakers about the usefulness or otherwise of the project.
The lawmakers and some segments of the society had picked holes in the project, saying that injecting another N30 billion into it would hurt the nation’s ‘bleeding’ economy.
The House of Representatives had also directed its joint committee on interior, national planning and economic development to investigate the project, asking the Federal Executive Council (FEC) to stop the project pending the [...]

‘These are my people’

Říjen 12th, 2011

In 1981, Yosaif Cohain set out to tell the visual story of the Jewish people in their homeland celebrating Succot. He asked God to grant him 15 years for the massive undertaking. That plan didn’t quite pan out, as 30 years later Cohain’s project is still going strong. He continues nearly every year to spend the intermediate days of Succot photographing citizens from every corner and walk of life celebrating the holiday.
Cohain, a senior photography lecturer at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, has captured thousands of angles of the Jewish people; playful neighborhood children in Netivot in 1990, a proud mother in Gush Katif standing steadfast beside her family’s succa in 2004, soldiers on reserve duty – all with the backdrop of Succot.
As Cohain, a New York native who made aliya in 1971 with his family, walks me through his upcoming exhibition “Identity of a Nation,” which opens [...]