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Harry Styles Lights Up New York With His ‘One Night Only’ Performance of ‘Harry’s House’: Concert Review

“This is a very special evening for me, for us,” Harry Styles said to a crowd of nearly 20,000 at the UBS Arena on Friday, and to millions over an Apple Music livestream. “We’re in New York City for one night only, and we’ll be playing this new album for you the way it was intended to be heard: From start to finish.”

And with a giant neon outline of a house behind him, that’s exactly what Styles and his tightly drilled band did: Premiere his just-released third solo album, “Harry’s House,” at a “One Night Only” concert

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Queer Eye’s Bobby Berk Has a Palm Desert Home on Airbnb

If you don’t get to have your own home transformed by Berk, you can at least stay in one of his masterpieces when visiting this Southern California desert oasis.

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Anyone else get as excited about the home renovations on Netflix’s Queer Eye as they do about the personal transformations that take place on the show? It’s hard not to when design guru Bobby Berk works his magic to turn even the sloppiest spaces into absolutely stunning homes.

Well, even if you can’t have Berk reinvent your own home (one can dream), you can now stay in

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New recovery home for women, Angie’s House of Lansing, opened in honor of lost daughter

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – For those who struggle with addiction, help can seem impossible to get. But for residents of Lansing, more help is on the way.

David Martin tried to help his daughter overcome addiction. For years he watched her fight to stay sober.

“She was in high school and she had her tonsils removed,” Martin said.

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His daughter, Angie, was put on opiates to help with post-surgery pain.

“I think a lot of people, they trust their doctor,” Martin said. “The doctor says, you know,

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Do NFTs have a place in the home?

NFTs are increasingly making their way into the home world, with marketplaces like 1stDibs hosting auctions for the digital assets and manufacturers such as Nathan Anthony debuting cryptocurrency-inspired furniture collections at this year’s Spring High Point Market. When it comes to interiors, however, the increased attention around digital artwork raises the question of whether virtual possessions are actually making their way into homes—and if so, how exactly does that work?

In recent months, a number of startups have cropped up with the goal of tapping into the market of homeowners and art collectors who want to show off their digital

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