An amazing kitchen makeover with the original tin ceiling discovered, a vintage pine cabinet brought in, and a standard sink swapped out for one made of terra cotta.
Target in Canada: what went wrong. (A lot.)
The stories of Freshly Picked’s multi-million dollar business (Go, Susan!) and the $65 million dollar company Aden + Anais might be just the inspiration you need to go after your own goals.
Jon Benjamin maybe should have learned to play the piano before making his experimental jazz album.
Regarding the supporting musicians: “Was this an act of friendship, or just a measure of the jazz economy that you’ve gotta do whatever gig comes along?”
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ColleenFebruary 5, 2016 at 5:04 pm
I 100%, genuinely, thought that was a link to an article about John Betjeman’s experimental jazz album. I spent a minute or so puzzling over why I’d never heard of this offering from the deceased Poet Laureate of Great Britain…
AmyRFebruary 11, 2016 at 9:09 am
I just wanted to say thank you for the link to the Target article! I’m not even done reading all of it yet – but it’s fascinating (to a nerd like me). I’m Canadian and the whole situation was awful and frustrating – I love Target and their products and for everything to go the way it did it was sad to see. Getting more “behind the scenes” info has been super interesting – and I wouldn’t have come across this if not for your post – I always love your Honor Roll posts! :)
Making it LovelyFebruary 11, 2016 at 3:07 pm
Thanks! The whole thing was pretty fascinating to me, too. I love Target, but the whole Canada expansion sounds like it was a mess.