It was a curious sight: Ladies who lunch, who had just had their fill of a hearty, well, lunch, sat blindfolded, sniffing at two cloths they held in each hand. It got even more curious after they removed their blindfolds— the ladies began to focus their sniffing on just one of the cloths, which they would rub and rub before sniffing again.
Bolivia’s congress has a new clock — and its numbers run counterclockwise, in homage to the people of the southern hemisphere, local authorities said Tuesday.
Creating something out of the ordinary is getting more challenging for the furniture industry. As interior designer Sigvard “Jigs” Adefuin ventures into opening a store at LRI Design Plaza, he is faced with the tough task of producing furniture that strikes an emotional resonance with the users.