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Rügen: Scenery, Seafood, and Remnants of Evil

Rügen: Scenery, Seafood, and Remnants of Evil

RÜGEN, Germany—Crashing surf, salty air, scenic vistas, tantalizing local cuisines—ah, the appeal and charm of an island vacation. Think Bermuda, Capri, Maui, Tahiti, Rügen. Rügen? Few Americans have heard of it, and judging from a recent visit there, Germans seem content to keep the place as their own seaside retreat. ...

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Breathing new life into Asia’s colonial buildings

BANGKOK — When Hong Kong’s Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts opened in mid-2018 it was with considerable fanfare, for the rebirth of the former Central Police Station complex was the city’s biggest conservation project, involving the transformation of 16 dilapidated heritage buildings. The public response exceeded all expectations. ...

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Mootown ice cream shop in Eastern Market now closed

Mootown ice cream shop in Eastern Market now closed

The owner of Mootown Ice Cream Dessert Shoppe LLC in Eastern Market has decided to close for good. Megan Lewis said the ice cream shop’s last day was March 29 and that it was a “personal decision. ” She said she has owned Mootown, which is sandwiched between Supino Pizzeria ...

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Why so many NYC buildings boast tin ceilings

Why so many NYC buildings boast tin ceilings

New York’s mot beloved architectural innovation might be among its most overlooked: the humble tin ceiling. Today, people view the geometrically embossed covering with rosy nostalgia. But tin ceilings came of age in industrial Soho and other downtown neighborhoods in spaces ranging from shops and factories to the secret lairs ...

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