July 2016

Found 5 blog entries for July 2016.

From Seattle to Amsterdam:

Original Recycled CardboardScrap Lights

Scraplights are made from scraps. Scraps of cardboard, in fact. Recycled cardboard is pulped together – then something ingenious happens:

“Handcrafted from recycled cardboard, Graypants’ flagship Scraplight series provides warm, intimate, and functional lighting for any occasion or type of space.”

Scrap Lights at Arcturus Studio

The assembly of original recycled cardboard Scraplights

Based in Seattle and Amsterdam, Graypants Studios describes themselves as ‘a team of problem solvers.’ As a team of architects, product designers and craftsmen, just one of their design solutions is impressive, beautiful lighting.

Scrap Lights by Graypants

From the Graypants’ website: “Tough and elegant, each shade is precision cut with a laser and assembled by hand

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More Parts Of Broward Can Expect It Soon:

UberEats Is Now Delivering To Hollywood-Area, And More Parts Of Broward Can Expect It Soon

Uber is now in the food delivery biz, and the Hollywood area is the first in Broward to enjoy it.

UberEats, a separate mobile app that works much like Uber itself, launched service from Dania Beach down to Miami on Tuesday, July 12. Users can order food delivery for a flat rate from over 100 of South Florida's best local restaurants, including Miami Smokers, DIRT and The Salty Donut. 

With UberEats, couriers are sent to pick up your order and then deliver it to your door with an average order completion time of 35 minutes. There's a fee of $4.99 for delivery—which has been waived for a limited time—and, like with Uber, there's no need to tip.

West Park, Hallandale, Hollywood and Dania Beach are the

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Lets You Create Your Own Poke Bowl Or Burrito:


Raw Poke Bar Opens On Las Olas, Lets You Create Your Own Poke Bowl Or Burrito

Here in Fort Lauderdale, you can create your own burrito bowl, customize your flash-fired pizza pie, and now you can make your own poke platter, too.

Raw Poke Bar, a healthy, quick-service spot that serves customizable poke bowls and burritos, has opened up inside the Las Olas Chabad Jewish Center building next to Falafel Time. The new seafood-centric concept, which soft opened July 1, is also kosher, meaning it follows Jewish dietary laws.

One of the hottest food trends of 2016, poke—pronounced POH-kay—is a raw fish salad popular in Hawaii. Diced tuna is the standard, but at Raw Poke Bar in Fort Lauderdale, customers can choose from the traditional diced tuna, mashed tuna, salmon, krab

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Built for Coffee Connoisseurs by Deviehl:

The Deviehl Coffee Cup and Saucer  

 

The DEVIEHL coffee cup is not just any old cup. This takes the notion of the humble domestic drinking vessel up a whole notch – or quite a few.  Precision to detail, craftsmanship, high-quality materials and an appearance that just says Hello! This is contemporary coffee drinking aimed at connoisseurs,  but it will also surely please collectors of fine artifacts. The cup pictured above is made from highly polished and lacquered rosewood.  

Deviehl coffee cup and saucer in leather

From the Deviehl website:   “A combination of artisanal craftsmanship and the latest technologies; DEVIEHL products are created with precision and meticulous attention to detail. Nothing is left to chance….DEVIEHL’s…
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If you're waiting on home prices to fall before jumping into the market, you could be sitting on the sideline awhile. The likelihood of price declines in South Florida in the next two years is extremely low, according to a summer forecast released this week. Arch Mortgage Insurance Co., a private mortgage insurer based in Walnut Creek, Calif., said Palm Beach County has a 4 percent chance of lower prices by 2018. Broward County's chance stands at 3 percent, while Miami-Dade and the state of Florida are at 2 percent.

All three South Florida counties have lower risks than a year ago. "The chance that we see prices falling [in South Florida] is minuscule," Ralph DeFranco, chief economist for Arch. "We are not expecting a correction." In

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