One of the most striking effects of the pandemic in New York was the outbound movement from Manhattan to less crowded suburban neighborhoods and the subsequent boom of the suburban real estate market. Real estate in the city and suburbs seemed to be a zero sum game.

“This outbound pattern created the idea that the suburbs had their day at the cities’ expense, and that cities were over,” said Jonathan Miller, of Miller Samuel, the appraisal company. “As it turns out, the assumption that there’s a binary relationship between city and suburbs isn’t quite right, as measured by sales activity.”

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DUBLIN, May 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Home Decor Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026” report has been added to’s offering.

The global home decor market reached a value of US$ 641.4 Billion in 2020. Home decor is an effective way of portraying the lifestyle that a consumer believes in. Home decor products are used in the decoration of an apartment or a house with various accessories and furnishings to provide a more aesthetic and pleasant appeal to the building. Items in home decor include household furniture, lamps, textiles, floor coverings, pots, candles,

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These relics of the past are coming back to haunt Gen Z.

Disturbed TikTok users are sharing videos of themselves finding rusty old razor blades behind their bathroom mirrors.

The discoveries are a result of small slots found in medicine cabinets seen in homes built before the 1970s. Cheap and disposable razors were most commonly used before consumers switched to plastic. The slots were meant for people to get rid of the used razor blade.

The openings led to a pit in the wall where the blades would stack up behind the mirror.

One TikToker, named Carly Knight, posted about

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The first step to successful gardening is to remember that gardening is about connecting to nature, and nature is unpredictable. That’s according to Rebecca Sears, the chief gardening guru for Green Garden Products and owner of Ferry-Morse Gardening. Many people begin gardening as the weather warms up in the spring, whether that means planting flowers or growing vegetables and herbs. But gardening can be intimidating to first timers or people who’ve had bad experiences in the past. When it comes to gardening best practices, there often is no “golden rule and every plant is unique,” Sears said. “Enjoy the

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Authorities have arrested seven people after the mummified body of the leader of the spiritual group “Love Has Won” was found wrapped in a sleeping bag and decorated with Christmas lights in a southern Colorado home

Amy Carlson, 45,

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9Wants to Know found the federal government is sending mixed messages by fining and paying the same Colorado nursing homes during the pandemic.

DENVER — More than 100 Colorado nursing homes that experienced COVID-19 outbreaks were fined for poor infection control and other pandemic-related failures   but those very same facilities also pocketed financial bonuses tied to infection rates, a 9Wants to Know investigation discovered.

The fines and bonuses all came from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), 9Wants to Know found through an analysis of federal data. Facilities were paid $10.3 million more than they

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