Watch This: KFC Drops Something Steamy for Mother’s Day – Adam4Adam’s Blog

(Photo Credits: Screengrab from KFC’s Facebook Account) Looks like Mother’s Day came early this year! Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has something new on their menu called Cinnabon Dessert Biscuits and customers can get it for free starting April 29, 2019 when they buy a 10-piece bucket meal.  Th… adam4adam.blog: Watch This: KFC Drops Something Steamy… Read More

Why Chronic Floods Are Coming to New Jersey – Vox

  Scientists have directly observed sea level rise since the late 18th century. And as they forecast the next 20, 50, and 100 years, sea level rise will continue to accelerate at an alarming rate. That rise won’t just threaten homeowners on the coast — it will also impact the critical infrastructure that supports many… Read More

Harry Macklowe’s “Tower Fifth” To Become New York City’s Tallest Building – New York YIMBY

  YIMBY has the latest on Harry Macklowe’s Tower Fifth at 5 East 51st Street in Midtown Manhattan, the future tallest building in New York City by roof height newyorkyimby.com: Harry Macklowe’s “Tower Fifth” To Become New York City’s Tallest Building By Roof Height, Rising 1,556′ To Pinnacle at 5 East 51st Street, in Midtown… Read More

8 Artists at the Paris Photo Fair Who Show Where Photography Is Going – The New York Times

Featured Images above:Left: “Samual Petersen” from the series “They Love Trampoline.” Mr. Petersen, 75 at the time of this picture, is a former fisherman who walks 2 hours every day to tend to his flock of sheep, Right: “Svínoy” from “They Love Trampoline.”  Credit Charlotte Abramow, via Fisheye Gallery

PHOTOS: A Loving Look Back at the Early ACT UP Heroes of the AIDS Epidemic

“In his new photo book, The AIDS Activist Project Bill Bytsura showcases 18 activists from around the globe, photographed over two decades, and including members of ACT UP (The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) chapters from the United States and Europe.” – David Toussaint, Dec. 1, 2018 queerty.com queerty.com: PHOTOS: A loving look back at the early ACT UP heroes… Read More