Day: October 9, 2020

Union County Opens Submissions to Design Marsha P Johnson Monument

ELIZABETH, NJ – The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is inviting artists to submit designs for the Marsha P. Johnson monument that will be erected on Elizabeth’s freedom trail.

Submissions will be accepted until December 15. The county is looking for artists with professional sculpture experience and a previous work reference. The budget range for the project is between $100,000 and $200,000. The full project description and design criteria can be found on the Union County website for LGBTQ+ affairs.

The monument is the product of a collaboration between The family of Marsha P. Johnson, the City of Elizabeth,

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Top Tips for Decorating With Textured Wallpaper

Each week, Mansion Global tackles a topic with an elite group of designers from around the world who work on luxury properties. This week, we look at how to decorate with textured wallpaper.

When it comes to dressing your walls, there’s paint, there’s wallpaper and then there’s textured wallpaper. It’s an extra layer that creates more interest and adds a sense of depth in any space by way of a tactile touch.

“Textural surfaces add a warming dimensional effect to any space,” says DeAnna Hain, executive director of marketing at York Wallcoverings in York, Pennsylvania. “They can replicate the hand

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Interior Design Software Market Demand, Rising Trends and Technology Advancements 2020 to 2025

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Sep 08, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The Global Interior Design Software Market Research Report 2020-2025 offers an in-depth evaluation of each crucial aspect of the Global Interior Design Software industry that relates to market size, share, revenue, demand, sales volume, and development in the market. The report analyzes the Interior Design Software market over the values, historical pricing structure, and volume trends that make it easy to predict growth momentum and precisely estimate forthcoming opportunities in the Interior Design Software Market. The report explores the current

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Family of unarmed Andover woman killed by deputy after chase sues for wrongful death

The family of an Andover woman shot to death by a Sedgwick County Sheriff’s deputy after she failed to stop over a license plate violation has filed a civil rights lawsuit in connection with her December death.

The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Kansas City, Kansas, alleges Deputy Kaleb Dailey used excessive force against Debra Arbuckle in the early morning hours of Dec. 30, 2019, when he rammed into her Volkswagen CC following a 19-minute chase then fired multiple times into her passenger window before she had time to comply with commands to step out of her

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