Number Please: The Mystery Of The Old Phonebooth

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Such a good idea!

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I love it, so quirky, and a real sense of Britishness from using a red phone box :. Yes, now happily reading in Turkey!

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This is so cute I could die! I found a similar idea here in Austria, but inside an old fridge: not nearly as cute, but a nice idea nonetheless!

Looks like the Austrians have found a great way to recycle old whitegoods! There must be some really awesome ones out there. Calling all book lovers, huh!? I also really like the sense of community and kindness behind this philosophy…. The philosophy is wonderful.

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I love that it is not only a great idea in theory but it seems to actually work in reality too. What an amazing idea! I love it, you can just walk down the road and have a comfortable space to choose a book and leave another book behind. Hope I get the chance to see it for myself! What a good idea. I love this!!!

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We register books and leave them in public places to be found and journaled by their next reader. Now a mailbox is micro indeed! Thanks for actively spreading the joy of books, Julie! Will have to go find a new read whenever we get to Ohio! Skip to primary navigation Skip to main content Skip to primary sidebar This post may contain compensated links.

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See our Terms of Use for full disclosure. What do you think? Comments Join the conversation. Leave a comment Cancel reply. It has helped two long-separated brothers find that they were attending the same college. Within three months of submitting his DNA to Ancestry.

It was just like this hidden secret. By then she was 85 years old, living in Baltimore and at first had a hard time remembering all the details. Dennis was reportedly told that she gave birth at age 18 but that his father gave her an ultimatum: They could only marry if they left the baby, the Eagle-Gazette reported. On a drive through Ohio from Kentucky, where Dennis was born, his birth father allegedly made the decision himself, taking the baby and leaving him in the phone booth.

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So these sisters are half sisters. He would have liked to learn his birthday, he said, but was told the date has escaped his mother. By The Washington Post. The gargantuan 8, sq ft establishment in the East Village is fronted by a vintage record store and coffee. Inside, owner and Irishman James Morrisey has teamed up with designer Sarah Abdullah on the plush interiors.

A polished concrete entrance gives way walnut-clad walls, David Hicks wallpaper, tiger leather, cedar panelling, vintage sconces, Flos pendants by Michael Anastassiades, and the obligatory cluster of disco balls, of course. The custom furnishings were all manufactured especially in Ireland by Orior Design — a personal touch by Morrisey.

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A dynamic lighting installation made from inverted antique ship ventilation shafts leads visitor down thick timber steps into the space. The vintage Knoll armchairs have been upholstered in salvaged US Navy blankets. Featherweight The entrance to this Bushwick gem is unmarked — save for the towering three-storey high mural of an exhausted boxer hugging his punching bag above it. Make no mistake though, unlike the protagonist that guards it this dimly-lit cocktail den is anything but tired.

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The Wes Anderson-worthy haunt is noted for its quirky design details, including vintage Belgian wallpaper, wall lamps rescued from the Plaza Hotel before its renovation , Woolly Mammoth-inspired artwork and a stage for performances.