New York City’s rising art star will paint you for free

most days, Artist Adam Dresner He toils in his East Side apartment, creating intricate oil paintings, many of which fetch more than $10,000. Others, he drags his art cart, which he made himself, to Washington Square Park. In the chaos, he sets up a pop-up studio, complete with a tarp, striped umbrella, and sign, in … Read more

How to find sustainable travel companies

People said that the epidemic was their creation They want to travel more responsibly In the future. New data now suggests that they do. According to a report published in January by the World Travel and Tourism Council and Trip.com Group: Almost 60% of travelers have chosen more sustainable travel options in the past two … Read more

New York bans cosmetics containing deadly mercury amid health concerns

New York bans cosmetics containing mercury, becoming the third country to do so. The new lawThe drug, signed by Gov. Cathy Hochul in December, will go into effect June 1 and will ban the sale of any beauty goods containing the potentially dangerous neurotoxin. It was Mercury associated with a number of debilitating and harmful … Read more

Learn all about Lucky Girl Syndrome, the latest mental health hack to go viral on social media

Have you ever looked at some people and thought they were fair lucky And that everything always seems to be going their way? Well, according to a new mental health ‘hack’ going viral on social media, you don’t need to be jealous of them anymore as you too can harness the power of being ‘lucky’. … Read more

Refrigerator too far? Living sustainably in New York City by unplugging

Written by Katherine Roth January 26, 2023 GMT https://apnews.com/article/refrigerator-off-grid-apartment-manhattan-sustainable-living-33163bb528cc60ed667aa808dcfb5731 NEW YORK (AP) — There are those for whom recycling and composting just aren’t enough, and they’ve cut their annual waste to nearly zero.Or give up their clothes dryer or stop flyingand are ready to take the next step in exploring the frontiers of sustainable living. … Read more

The 5 fastest growing industries for 2023

opinions expressed Entrepreneur Shareholders are theirs. The world is changing rapidly, and with it the industries that drive the global economy. In recent years, some industries have experienced explosive growth while others slowed down or disappeared completely. In this article, we will look at the top five fastest growing industries and discuss what makes them … Read more

Two-fifths of older workers are “delaying retirement” because of inflation, markets

There’s a new survey out, and everything about it pisses me off. Retirement confidence is very low. Retirement anxiety is the way to go. Women in particular sacrifice their retirement plans to provide financial assistance to “family members” (adult children, presumably) or friends. Basic knowledge of retirement is minimal. Read: Boost your bank account by … Read more

Guggenheim Foundation ‘Refuses’ to Return Picasso to Holocaust Survivors’ Heirs: Lawsuit

A Pablo Picasso painting valued today at up to $200 million was sold for a song by a Jewish couple desperate to flee the Nazis in 1938 — and now the heirs want it back from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Plot 1904 called “The Ironing Woman” (La repasseuse) It was given to the Guggenheim … Read more

Lunar New Year tourism hopes are fading as Chinese stay home

BANGKOK (AP) — A hoped-for boom in Chinese tourism to Asia over the Lunar New Year holiday next week looks set to be more than momentary as most travelers choose to stay within China if they go anywhere. From the beaches of Bali to the powdery ski slopes of Hokkaido, tour operators say, the hordes … Read more