Monthly Archive:: June 2016

Use virtual reality to find a new apartment – CNET 0

Finding an apartment to rent can be a time-consuming process. Real-life properties don’t look like the pictures, or dozens of prospective applicants have already submitted bids before you. Apartments.com is testing virtual reality tours so tenants can view a range of properties without ever needing to set foot in

Motherhood Matters: Creating a summer schedule 0

Today is the first day of summer for my family. School is out, the weather is great, and we are excited. So why did I end up in such a grumpy mood this morning? Maybe it was because I stayed in bed too long, and by the time I

Stanley Meisler, Foreign Correspondent Who Pivoted to Art History, Dies at 85 0

Photo Stanley Meisler Credit Los Angeles Times Stanley Meisler, a longtime foreign correspondent for The Los Angeles Times who wrote a history of the United Nations and a biography of its secretary general Kofi Annan, and made a second career as a writer on art and art history, died