A national survey from the Pew Research Center shows that online dating by 55- to 64-year-olds has doubled since 2013, rejecting conventional wisdom that the older generation is afraid of technology.
Though millennials still lead the way in app usage, the silver sneaker set is not far behind.
It’s easy to jump on the bandwagon of condemning it all. Even during the Renaissance, which is held up as an idyllic period in the history of architecture by most architectural historians (the nostalgia trap), was in many respects no different than today.
The neo-neo classicists see no redeeming quality in any of it. zeitgeist), is a statement of disapproval to summarily dismiss any and all sacred architecture which isn’t a representation of works of the past. There are many examples of seemingly sterile environments devoid of all humanity. I too believed it was a ‘golden age’ until I learned the truth first hand by studying and working in Florence, Italy. Simply because two buildings are very similar, stylistically, doesn’t mean they are equally significant.
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She has a BS from Georgetown University and an MFA from Emerson College. Simon Apfel (ABNORMAL INTELLIGENCE: Inside Israels Elaborate Animal Spy Network) was born into obscurity, the son of a frozen peas importer and a washing machine.
Even from a young age, he seemed destined for greatness, urinating on an electric wall panel, and short-circuiting an entire block of flats. As a teenager, Apfel was introduced to Joyce, Dostoyevsky and Michel Houllebeq, and his self-confidence took a knock from which it never quite recovered.
The concave, convex external facade draws you in unlike any other church with a flat facade.