Fancy a swim?More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North4 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“Our last home was pretty similar and it was only a couple of blocks from where we are now on 13th Avenue,” Mrs Todd said.“Chris and I have been living in Palm Beach all our lives and we have just watched as the market is getting crazier and crazier.” How would you like to cook in this kitchen?The house was vendors Belinda and Chris Todd’s “dream design”.In less than eight weeks, the couple transformed an original 1970s house into a breathtaking Hamptons-style home.Built by Rick Addinsall from Addinsall Constructions, Mrs Todd told the Gold Coast Bulletin they were keen to create a Hamptons home in Palm Beach. This stunning Hamptons home at 25 Denawen St, Palm Beach sold for $1.39 million on the weekend.A PICTURE perfect Hamptons-style home in Palm Beach has sold for $1.39 million.The four-bedroom, three-bedroom house at 25 Denawen St sold under the hammer on the weekend through McGrath agents Andy Hogarth and Laura Dean. The facade is classic Hamptons style.The stunning residence exudes luxury on both levels. White and bright living spaces are paired with timber flooring and high ceilings. Other features include an entertaining area, timber joinery and American oak floors. No expense was spared in the design of this Palm Beach home.Mrs Todd said the couple were inspired by the suburb and the beach lifestyle.“We didn’t want to do a modern Hamptons — instead we had our minds on a really classic style,” she said.“The style is really on trend and it suits the Coast so well.” Inside is just as stylish.The couple said they bought the home last year in May and began to transform it, starting with knocking down the old home.“I think we only took a break around Christmas,” Mrs Todd said. “It all happened pretty quickly.”
BERLIN Thousands of people line up at the Berlin Zoo each day to see Knut the polar bear cub, and his button-eyed face has become inescapable for many others who live far from the capital. Knutmania is in full swing in Germany, where the fluffy baby bear has become the latest merchandising sensation, inspiring Knut T-shirts, mugs, postcards, DVDs, key chains, candy and stuffed teddy bears that cost up to $40. Knut shares the cover of the current issue of Vanity Fair with no less than Leonardo DiCaprio, with photos by Annie Leibovitz. He has the cover of the German edition all to himself. Born at the zoo Dec. 5, Knut – who was rejected by his mother and hand-raised by zookeepers – rose to fame last month thanks to television and newspaper pictures. – Associated Press 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
New PureWine gadget aims to ease symptoms of wine allergiesPosted By: Contributoron: October 03, 2018In: Beverage, Industries, Innovation, New products, TechnologyPrintEmailUS wine filtration firm PureWine has launched a new product which filters and aerates bottles of wine and alleviates the symptoms of wine allergies.Called The Wave, the gadget is said to remove the histamines and the sulfite preservatives which trigger allergic reactions in some consumers after drinking wine. PureWine was founded in 2014 by Dr David Meadows and his son Derek who both suffered from wine headaches and experienced allergic reactions to red, white and sparkling wines.“I had these symptoms myself for years, so I really wanted to understand what was happening,” said Meadows.“Science had never really looked at the allergens in wine, but I knew that what I was experiencing was a classic histaminic reaction. My son and I spent three years in the lab to prove it, but now we know: it’s the histamines, most prevalent in reds, as well as the sulfites, common to all wines, that cause allergic reactions to wine. Once we understood the biochemistry, the solution was obvious.”He added: “Over 35% of US adults over 18 years old and up to 70% of US women over 50 suffer from occasional to chronic allergic reactions to wine. This is a big problem hiding in plain sight.“We are delighted to provide wine lovers with a way to alleviate the symptoms of wine allergies and to help more people enjoy the unique pleasures of wine. So many of our customers tell us that they had been avoiding wine altogether because the headaches and the side effects were too unpleasant… until they discovered PureWine.”PureWine holds five global patents on its filtration and restoration technologies that selectively remove histamines and sulfites without changing the natural character of wine. Share with your network: Tags: PureWineUS