The One Percent Project rounds up interior design fees to fight homele

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“The one percent” is most often used as a pejorative, shorthand for elite, out-of-touch vultures who prey on the working class. But a new initiative from a Portland, Oregon, interior designer is taking that moniker and flipping it on its head.

The One Percent Project, launched by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, asks clients to put 1% of their invoice total toward addressing homelessness. This line item, which is totally optional, will appear on their monthly invoices as a sort of “voluntary tax” that the firm likens to grocery stores asking you to round up.

There are a number of

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Tim Allen and Richard Karn Talk Reuniting 22 Years After Home Improvement for Assembly Required

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Jason Elias/The HISTORY Channel Richard Karn and Tim Allen

Reunited and it feels so good!

Over two decades after Home Improvement aired its final episode in 1999, stars Tim Allen and Richard Karn have reunited for a new reality competition series called Assembly Required. The show, premiering Tuesday on History, highlights the best builders from across the country in their home workshops as they compete to revamp household items.

Allen and Karn, who both star in the series and serve as executive producers, will also discuss the items’ histories, techniques used, and original crafters in every episode.

Speaking to

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Here’s where NYC’s real estate market stands right now

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New York City was among the first places in the US to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, and with its world-famous museums and bars mostly shut down, renters and buyers started looking to greener, suburban pastures — leaving tons of real estate unclaimed and available for cheap.

Here are the latest housing prices and forecasts so you know what to expect when you hit the market. If you’re a buyer, jump here.

Renters

It has never been a better time to be a single renter in the Big Apple. The rental market is booming in NYC, with dirt-cheap prices

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What an interior designer would never have in their home

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  • An interior designer shared the items and trends she would never have in her home.
  • She said she isn’t a fan of unorganized clothing racks, Mason jars, or textured walls.
  • You also won’t find faux flowers, mirrored walls, or textured ceilings in her home.
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With so many interior-design options and changing trends, it can be difficult to decide which items are worth buying and which you may want to skip.

For inspiration, Insider asked Alessandra Wood, an interior designer and the vice president of style at the online interior-design service Modsy, to share

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Video Shows Bathroom Brawl Involving Spencer Donald Jones

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Viral video shows a Oklahoma University wide receiver on the wrong end of a brawl that happened earlier this month in the city of Norman. Judging by the initial case report obtained by Law&Crime, cops are looking at this as an assault and battery case, and described football player Spencer Donald Jones, 23, as the victim. No arrests have been made, though authorities said everyone involved has been identified.

Footage shows that at

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Former “Home Improvement” actor sentenced to probation

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EUGENE, Ore. – Former “Home Improvement” actor Zachery Ty Bryan will spend three years on probation after pleading guilty Tuesday morning to one count of menacing and one count of fourth-degree assault.

Bryan, 39, also agreed to have no further contact with the victim in the case. The other six counts against him were dismissed as part of a plea agreement.

Bryan is best known for the role he played on the “Home Improvement” television sitcom. The show aired for eight seasons from 1991 to 1999.

Bryan was arrested in Eugene on Oct. 16, 2020, following an incident at a

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