WELL CONNECTED

Interior designers tend to be one step ahead when it comes to house-hunting, which was certainly the case with Torill Tangen. She admits to finding it easy to visualise what any house will look like with her possessions inside it, and also had a clear image of where her new home should be and what it needed to provide. ‘I wanted to live in a small village with shops and easy access to transport,’ explains Torill. ‘The house also had to be in good structural and decorative condition; I’ve done several big restoration projects in the past and this time

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Live Green and prosper…

There are plenty of things that unite us all as guitar players, and there are many times when the differences between us (technical ability, say, or musical preferences) are easy to identify, explain and potentially eliminate. But when it comes to notions of ‘charisma’, ‘mystery’ and ‘soul’, it becomes a tricky business. Cue this month’s cover story on the great Peter Green and his legendary Gibson Les Paul. Investigating what is it about the man in combination with this particular guitar that enchanted and continues to enchant so many wasn’t an easy job. There are plenty of stories surrounding both

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Is the new 911 Turbo too easy to drive?

HOW EASY SHOULD a car be to drive? It sounds a daft question, of course, but when you apply it to supercars and their ilk, it becomes a little more interesting. Such cars have never been faster, more agile or more driveable, across a broader range of circumstances from city street to race track, than they are right now.

But is this how we want it to be? To a large degree, yes.

The simpler these cars are to drive, the more they can be enjoyed and exploited by a wide range of talents. The car makers love it, because

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EASY A

Working with actress Annicka Dolonius was so easy that we couldn’t help but serve her whiskey on the rocks, pop open a couple of beer bottles, and spark some cigarettes in between to know more about the beauty behind indie flicks like Pisay and Ang Nawawala. It wasn’t difficult picking Annicka’s brain, her candidness and endearing eloquence allowed for a day of official business that felt more like a bunch of friends hanging out.

But stripped of tattoos, dark eye makeup, and heavy-metal jewelry, the talented ingenue is a sweetheart through and through. A sweetheart with a switchblade— because you

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EASY ROOM makeovers

LIVING ROOM

FROM BLAH WALL TO BRICK WALL

This design graduate decided to hit two birds with one stone: give her family a brand-new living room and pass her final requirement for graduation

WHEN INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT Annalyn Brioso learned that her practicum required her to renovate a space, she and her parents decided that it was best to work on the living room of their rented two-story townhouse. “Kasi requirement din talaga siya, so we decided na yung apartment na lang namin, paramagamit namin siya. At yung living room ang pinaka-usedarea, especially din pag may visitors.”

Before Annalyn started

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4 quick weekend updates

Fall has arrived and, with fewer weekends spent on the beach or at the cottage, it’s the perfect time to tackle some projects around the house. Here are some of my favourite easy home updates you can take on now.

Lighten UP

If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time in your kitchen. Valance lighting is a quick fix for dim kitchens, allowing you to highlight your workspace and create ambience at the same time. Just choose between fluorescent, halogen and incandescent lighting and whether you want hard-wired or plug-in. Fluorescent strip lights that plug into an outlet

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FLIGHTGLOBAL pessimistic about the development of light FIGHTER IN RUSSIA

Our homeland must build a new lightweight fighter, said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, Russian, address to the parliament on December 11, reports flightglobal.com. «In the program there has re-creation of the task light fighter, and it will be built. Lightweight fighters need better export than heavy, «Rogozin said on the question of the 1st State Duma deputies. Our homeland is always forms the mixed fleet of light and languid fighters, says Deputy Prime Minister, in charge of the military-industrial complex. Currently, Our homeland produces versions of the Su-27 and developing stealth fighter T-50 substitution for earliest version of the

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FLIGHTGLOBAL pessimistic about the development of light FIGHTER IN RUSSIA

Our homeland must build a new lightweight fighter, said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, Russian, address to the parliament on December 11, reports flightglobal.com. «In the program there has re-creation of the task light fighter, and it will be built. Lightweight fighters need better export than heavy, «Rogozin said on the question of the 1st State Duma deputies. Our homeland is always forms the mixed fleet of light and languid fighters, says Deputy Prime Minister, in charge of the military-industrial complex. Currently, Our homeland produces versions of the Su-27 and developing stealth fighter T-50 substitution for earliest version of the

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Multi-purpose combat-fighter P-54

Experience Air Warfare indicates that wins the the side that more frisky pace, compared with the enemy will be able to increase the combat power of aviation. But this is impossible to achieve if there are only armed with languid fighters who are able to solve a wide range of great tasks, but one significant drawback own — when a danger of large-scale combat operations (operations in Yugoslavia only confirm that such scenario is entirely possible in the foreseeable future) even the most economically developed countries may not be in the right quantities and quickly deploy a full-scale data

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Applicants passed the test on the Belarusian language

In This year Belarusian language test pass 87 thousand students. In the past year, such statements filed 75 thousand people.Applicants can choose either Belarusian Russian language for admission to educational institutions. This year’s test in Russian will take 120 thousand people.Despite the fact that the number of Belarusian schools has decreased significantly, almost half of students yesterday elected for university Belarusian language.At the entrance to the main building, structure, physical and geographical faculties of BSU 9 am and there were queues of several hundred people.Some of the applicants deliberately chose the Belarusian language, but the majority of respondents felt that

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