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Ollies Blocks encourage kids’ imagination & creativity (Review)

Building with blocks and construction toys is a great unstructured activity for kids, and Ollies Wooden Blocks are a superb new addition to the category. […]

Melting city snow unleashes toxic pollutants

Snow absorbs pollutants from car emissions, prompting chemical changes that create brand new pollutants with different toxicity, new research reveals. […]

Forbidden – CD Reiss

Forbidden CD Reiss Genre: Erotic Romance Publish Date: March 3, 2016 Publisher: Flip City Media inc. Seller: Flip City Media Inc. Everything about Fiona is forbidden.  She’s a party girl with dark desires.  She’s beautiful, irresponsible, irresistible.  She’s my patient.  I’m her therapist.  I’m past wanting her. Past possessing her. Past bedding her or protecting her.  I’m willing to be self-destructive, negligent, brave, audacious, and stronger than I ever believed possible.  She’s blunt force trauma to the heart.  And she calls another man Master.  ****  Sensitive readers should be aware that this book gets a little dark. There's pain with the sex, and one character treats our main character terribly.  ****  If you've read KICK and/or USE from the Perdition Series, they are in here. The second half of the book is BREAK, which is the end of Fiona Drazen's story. There's a link right in front where you can click to get right to Break.  This book is an entire story, from inception to epilogue. Standalone. End of. […]

The World Needs a Tokyo Like Early 20th Century Tokyo

TOKYO — Truly great cities capture our imagination, even when we have never visited them. Paris conjures renewal and love, New York is about hustle and dynamism and London represents staid charm. Istanbul speaks of mystery, Rio de Janeiro of zestful libertinism and Shanghai of rapid reinvention. And then there’s Tokyo. Of all the world’s great cities, the world’s largest seems to lend itself least to glib reveries. It doesn’t help that Hollywood often caricatures Tokyo beyond recognition. In the 1980s and 1990s, when Japan posed a serious challenge to the United States’ global economic primacy, films such as “Rising Sun,” starring Sean Connery, and “Black Rain,” starring Michael Douglas, portrayed Tokyo in classic film noir terms — shadowy, menacing and peopled by grotesque composites of corporate titans and Yakuza gangsters. […]

Hedgehogs take over city parks at night, cruise for mates

New research finds that hedgehogs have adapted to European city living quite well, thank you very much. […]

Versatile Hardtop pop-up tent camper mounts to the roof of your car

A more durable version of the rooftop pop-up tent that features an extendable floor. […]

Jargon Watch: Jane-washing

A very useful term that describes how her theories can be misused. […]