Day: September 28, 2020

Tesla CyberCoupe Looks Like A Sci-Fi Movie Car, Would Make For A Nice Modern KITT


Despite looking as if it was styled using an axe, the Tesla Cybertruck has created a design trend among motorists.

Some (more or less) cheap replicas have been spotted roaming the streets and turning heads, but this two-door coupe, inspired by the electric pickup, won’t be attracting any attention outside the digital realm, simply because it does not exist.

Read Also: Elon Musk Says Tesla Will “Probably” Make A Smaller Cybertruck For Overseas Markets

The illustrations, created by Matteo Gentile, portray an electric sports coupe, which is dubbed the CyberCoupe. It follows in the footsteps of the Cybertruck, although with

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Lessons From Listing Photos: This Refurbished Minnesota Mansion Leaves ’70s Decor in the Dust


It doesn’t matter how perfect your home is—if your listing photos don’t stand out, potential buyers won’t come by to take a look. In our series “Lessons From Listing Photos,” we dissect the smart updates sellers have made to their homes, and how their listing pictures highlight the home’s best assets.

The self-proclaimed slogan for St. Paul, MN, is “the most livable city in America,” but that doesn’t mean every house in the capital city is one you’d love to live in. This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home

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Berkner STEM Exploration Center Uses Strategic Interior Design to Engage Students

Education has never looked more different than it does today, especially as schools (and the world) continue to grapple with a global pandemic. Educators’ reliance on digital technology continues to increase, which in turn, has put a spotlight on the importance of STEM education and preparing children for future careers in related fields.


Photo: The Berkner STEM Exploration Center’s layout gives students more room and the opportunity to move about and change posture, which has been shown to be best for divergent thinking, says Tanya Cervo, furniture fixtures and equipment specialist for Perkins and Will. There are also many options

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Bravo’s ‘Backyard Envy’ stars are making exterior design more approachable, playful, and gay

Backyard Envy: James DeSantis, Melissa Brasier, Garrett Magee — Photo: Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo

“This didn’t exist before! Like I can’t believe it. I’m literally trying to put words together as to what I’m feeling. I’m actually getting a little glassy-eyed.”

Those are the words of Paul, a client of the exterior design and landscaping firm Manscapers. Paul was a hard sell for the three best friends who lead the New York company, and are the stars of Bravo’s Backyard Envy. He and his very pregnant wife are featured in the first episode of the reality series’ second season, after inviting

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The Family Tradition

Long before the name “Gracie” meant something in North America, it carried a lot of weight in Brazil.

I grew up in a fighting family. The Gracies invented the art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu and really put the sport of mixed martial arts on the map in my country. I didn’t just learn martial arts growing up, I was surrounded by it. It was passed down to me. Every day I trained with my brothers and cousins, figuring different ways to get better.

Growing up, people would want to challenge the family. My brother set up a garage where we would

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