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276. Which Fish Are Safe to Eat?
February 12, 2017


Whether you fish for sport or to dine, everyone has to admit that fish of all kinds have some tasty possibilities. The freshest way to enjoy fish is to catch your own. With how inexpensive and easy it is to enjoy fishing charters in Cape Canaveral, your trip pays for itself if you are skilled enough to catch tasty—and, more importantly, edible—fish. But which common catches can you eat? You can't take home a just anything and expect to make a meal out of it. The ocean is a vast place. Eat These These are some common, native saltwater fish off Cape Canaveral that make great, healthy meal... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

277. 4 Reasons to Book a Fishing Charter
February 12, 2017


Canaveral fishing charters are for more than just die-hard anglers. Whether you're an experienced fisherman or have never even cast a rod before, going on a fishing trip can be a fun and exciting experience for everyone. Here are 5 different reasons why you may consider booking a fishing charter. Family Reunion Instead of having yet another picnic and boring everyone with the same old three-legged race, why don't you get the whole family together out on the ocean? Family member young and old will have a great time catching fish together out on the boat. You'll be able to chat with cousins, a... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

278. Tips for a Successful Fishing Charter
February 12, 2017


If you're planning a central Florida fishing charter, here are 10 questions you'll want to ask and some tips to help you make your charter a successful one. Questions to Ask Is experience necessary? If not, will instruction be provided for first-time participants? Is the captain licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard? Does the charter specialize in a particular type of fishing? What type of boat will be used? What is the itinerary for the day? How much deposit is required to reserve a charter? How much advance notice is required for a reservation? What is the complete price breakd... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

279. Art Alternatives!
February 09, 2017


Yusaku Matsuoka architects and associates propose an unusual solution for “bespoke art”, giving you new ways of reimaging your home... When the architects were involved in renovating previously occupied condominiums in Fukuoka city, readying them for occupation, they decided to design the interiors with a twist. Making optimal use of the approx. 500 sq. m. space, they first worked on the improving the thermal performance by spraying insulation onto the interior side of all outer walls and installing double-pane windows. Adding tiling underneath the windows, they turned part of the f... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

280. Adaptive reuse of century-old Ahmedabad home
February 07, 2017


Taking familial values several notches higher, the Kasturbhai Lalbhai Museum is a colonial home turned museum space that aspires to engage audiences in revisiting historical treasures and simultaneously revivifying Ahmedabad’s cultural scene... The museum stands apart as a labour of love; reflecting diligent detailing and underlying passion as key drivers of unbounded love and reverence, as Jayshree and Sanjay Lalbhai pay homage to the latter’s grandfather – Late Kasturbhai. Incidentally, a man, who not only worked for the preservation of art and culture, but is also the force behind a nu... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

281. Bringing together urban design, architecture and art!
February 07, 2017


Visit indiaartndesign.com to view the images of this public art installation ">The new design for the external space belonging to the office development “die welle” (the wave) is an urban design measure with an architectural context and an artwork. Did you just ask, ‘What’s in a name?’ Well, architects Till Schneider and Michael Schumacher of schneider+schumacher have spun a bespoke design being inspired from the name of the complex in which it is built. Enhancing the office complex “die welle”, located close to the Alte Oper in Frankfurt am Main, the architects explore the redes... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

282. Of spatial surprises and light art!
February 02, 2017


“Design can be like music; or like poetry”, where spaces created deliver an emotional connect and build an atmosphere through artistic overtures... Chao hotel, Sanlitun, Beijing, China fits this bill. Designed by von GerKan, Marg and Partners Architects in tandem with GD Lighting Design with the latter’s artistic subtle lighting interventions, it is being considered as a model of hotel renovation. Golden light spills onto the cylindrical entrance and dark carpet highlighting the cold and minimal architectural style finding serenity in chaos and luring in guests with a glimpse of the... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

283. How to Play Basketball - The Fundamentals
January 27, 2017


The basic principles of basketball usually are not complicated. There are two teams of five plus they must attempt to score points by obtaining the ball through a hoop that is raised off the ground, one at each end of the court. They move the ball round the court by passing to one another and also by dribbling, or bouncing the ball, because they move with the court. They using the greatest quantity of points at the conclusion of this game would be the winner. Whenever you simplify the guidelines of methods to experience basketball to this particular level it may sound very simple! It really is... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

284. Primitive Pleasure
January 27, 2017


Feeding on the quest for a unique dining experience, Yunnan, China’s Pu Zao Restaurant is a cocoon of primitive pleasures… Breaking free from conventional design typology, Interior designer, Xu Xu-Jun of Yiduan Shanghai Interior Design has simulated the feel of a leisurely row-boat ride lulling along a meandering river as the thematic for the restaurant in Kunming, Yunnan. Using the starting point as water, which the designer, very quirkily arrives at from the premise that “a good diet is a source of life; no diet without water; water makes people associate with boats; and, presumpt... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

285. Feathered Friends Are Welcomed
January 26, 2017


A brown speckled wren wiggles its way in and out of the screened suet feeder. Every now and then he flies over to the deck railing, shakes his head to remove the fat from his rather long beak and then makes his way back to the suet. Overlooking this wren, are twenty-eight mourning doves perched in a nearby leafless maple tree. There are many daily visitors feeding at the other couple of feeders. These visitors include, gold and purple finches in their winter colors, pine siskins, colorful male and female cardinals, tufted titmouse, black eyed juncos, house sparrows, chickadees, downy wood... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

286. Martial Arts Self Defense Training
January 24, 2017


Exercise is the method to get into and stay fit. Martial arts training is one of the ideal way to get the exercise needed. As an added advantage it gives a way for one to learn to defend themselves inside a self-defense situation. In this post we are going to show 3 ways martial arts self-defense training can get one into better shape. Humans need exercise, both mentally and physically to experience a much better life. Strength, flexibility and stamina are essential as we grow older to carry on to experience the points we all do. Weakness, soreness and stiffness would be the enemies of pe... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

287. Kaleidoscope of kitsch and culture
January 24, 2017


South Mumbai’s epicurean delight, Lemon Leaf offers a potpourri of popular culture and retro elements, catering to a varied user profile… Renowned for her penchant for everything-fusion, principal designer Shabnam Gupta of The Orange Lane creates an absorbing and intriguing décor for this 80-cover pan-Asian restaurant set within an old building in up-town Colaba. Catering to a mix visitor-ship, cheerful décor engages with youthful professionals; warm tones of umber and beige juxtaposing homely knick-knacks appeal to the not-so-young; whilst an outdoorsy feel and relaxed vibe regale ... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

288. How to Make Turkey Calls?
January 18, 2017


Any professional turkey hunter will explain that getting your own turkey call is an excellent asset in hunting. The greater realistic sound your call produces, the higher chance you will get of catching a turkey. However, requires turkey which are available for sale do are usually very costly. Luckily for you personally, below is really a step-by-step guide regarding how to make turkey calls without having to spend excessive money. Step One The very first thing you must do would be to gather the required materials. Different requires turkey are primarily produced from dry wood. Unles... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

289. Threads of sensitivity at Kochi Biennale
January 13, 2017


IAnD talks to three Biennale artists to discover the creative processes behind their works for the thematic ‘Forming in the pupil of an eye’… The thematic of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale looks at merging multiplicities as much as it endorses the continuous creative processes of artists. This ongoing ‘seeking and finding’ weaves a common thread among the 97 works by artists from 30 different countries over the three-month long festival. For Italy-based artist, Daniele Galliano, approaching the biennale theme was about exploring the journey - a journey of the way an art work is created ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

290. Limpy the Mallard
January 08, 2017


Last spring a female mallard decided to turn our deck flower pot, tucked under an overhang, into her nursery. Nesting is a stressful and tiresome period for the female mallard, as she lays more than half her body weight in eggs. We counted 11 eggs in her clutch that were incubated for 28 days and then began hatching at 50-55 days. All but two successfully became little fuzzy yellow hatch-lings. Our mother mallard was remarkably patient during the nesting period, leaving only at dusk to meet her awaiting mate in our cove. Each evening they would swim off together and likely feed unti... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

291. Bedroom designs for teen boys!
January 07, 2017


Designing for a young boy can be a challenge! Team IAnD interacts with various designers to collate some peppy ideas that the little-men just cannot resist!! A volatile mix of music, speed, books, friends, gadgets and fast foods, forms, fads, and colours go racing by and find an ideal reflection in a perky décor suited to the blossoming personality of a growing boy. Here are some smart solutions to pep up your teen’s den… • Pick one wall as the highlight. Get his favourite sports star/ super hero/ musician / sports flag up there –larger than life! This can set the tone of the... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

292. Indian Adventure 2
January 04, 2017


Throughout the summer, WILDFOOT's Simon enjoyed an Indian adventure and kept a diary of his travels for you to read. Today, Simon continues his trip to the Sasan Gir Forest National Park. Part 2 After enjoying our morning safari, our guide takes us for a stroll outside Lion Safari Camp by the river. Amid overbearing midday heat, we enjoy a huge list of water birds and other species, spotting green bee-eater, pied kingfisher, black winged stilt and red wattled lapwing. The afternoon could not be a better follow on from this morning’s wild fest, as we observe white spotted fantail... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

293. Musky Rodent Happenings
December 27, 2016


Early one December morning while sipping my first coffee, I spotted a small dark shape struggling on our newly nearly frozen lake. After further observations, I discovered it was a muskrat attempting to make his way from the little island in front of my cove to the nearby shore. Every few steps the poor little fellow would sink through the ice and cling to the edge, struggling to make his way back up and out. Once back on his feet, off he would quickly scamper with long tail pointing to the heavens, until again back into the water he would go. This hurry up and sink dance repeated itself c... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

294. Fashion trends to ditch and carry forward from 2016 to 2017!
December 27, 2016


With the New Year just a few days away, there’s no reason why your wardrobe too shouldn’t get an upgrade. IAnD spoke to three leading Indian fashion designers to tell you what needs to be discarded and what is worth holding on to in 2017… 2016 has been an exciting year in the world of fashion with comfort becoming stylish (think atheleisure and normcore), trends from the yesteryear making a comeback (big florals and loose fits) and less being more (minimalist and monochromatic). If you're wondering which of these trends will hold you in a fashionably good stead in the New Year, designers ... (read more)

Author: Neehar Mishra

295. Sumessh Menon's material stories!
December 20, 2016


Complementing his passion for materials with a congruent flair, Ar. Sumessh Menon chisels yet another bespoke hospitality ‘wow’! Architect Sumessh Menon of his eponymous firm has a voracious appetite for materials. His office is in constant pursuit of material behaviour, surface finishes and newbies on the block; researching and working on myriad mock-ups. A prime reason this that none of his projects – whether commercial or otherwise bear any semblance of a signature style; or should we say that – a harmonious blend of unexpected materials - defines his signature style! In his late... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

296. Poetry in Black
December 19, 2016


AN Design explores the unexpected in retail, using an all-black envelope, where the material, the lights, the details and the experience become ambulatory... Conviction stands in for many a new idiom. Designers Shanwei Weng and Jiadie Yuan work constructively towards replacing inertial thinking with breakthrough approaches. As winners of the most coveted World Interior of the Year 2016 at the INSIDE Festival, they have been extensively lauded for their out-of-box approach in designing the HEIKE fashion brand concept store in Hangzhou Shi, China. Hidden on the second floor of a furnit... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

297. Eagle Islands
December 16, 2016


It was a clear, warm summer afternoon on Lake Chaubunagungamaug in Webster, Massachusetts. We were anchored in a quiet cove, playing a lively game of cribbage when I spotted a pair of eagles soaring high above us. It was as if they were playing a game of tag. Then suddenly one of the eagles headed straight down into the water and came back up with a big fish in its beak. He flew to a tall bushy pine tree nearby to enjoy his fresh catch. These are the special lake moments that many of us have come to look forward to in summer. Each spring at least one pair of bald eagles return to ne... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

298. For the love of music!
December 15, 2016


Electronic music is a new subject for architecture. Herault Arnod Architects invent a specific architectural system for a new type of spectacle for the city of Grenoble, France! Most of the times electro nights take place in spaces that are not specially designed for them: clubs or night clubs, warehouses, fields, stadiums… For the Grenoble project, the aim has been to bridge this gap and establish a relationship with the public, whilst allowing concerts with a more traditional configuration. Built next to the Magasin, the Grenoble Centre for Contemporary Art, and installed in a hall... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

299. 3 Ways to Build Your Team
December 13, 2016


Successful businesses all have one thing in common--their people work well together. Even if they come from a wide variety of backgrounds, they are able to find common ground within the business and work together to make the company a success. These businesses don't just happen to mesh well. Their cohesiveness comes from working through differences and investing in corporate team building activities here in Atlanta. If your business could use some team building to bring everyone together, here are a few great ideas to make your team more cohesive. Volunteer – Donating time to a good cause ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

300. The search within!
December 13, 2016


IAnD catches up with internationally acclaimed artist Subodh Gupta, who continues his quest for the ‘elusive within’ in utensils and other everyday found objects… An artist generally works with a muse. In Subodh’s case, his dramatic, larger-than-life works made of accumulated everyday objects have for over a decade explored public myths and rituals and the relationship between urban and rural, not to forget, a soul-searching connecting man to the cosmos! He has carved a niche for himself by creating, what are popularly known as utensil installations that are constantly configured int... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD



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