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It's that wonderful time of year when the ol' homestead is due for a refresh. If your winter was anything like mine, the doxiepoo puppy you adopted has brought an equal amount of joy as stains on the carpet and chew marks on the legs of your favorite chair. OK, that's a very specific example, but your place could always use a little sprucing up.
Thank goodness for Wayfair and its insanely enticing sales across its many categories, including a mind-blowing up-to-70% off outdoor furniture. Living in New York City, many of us don't have a yard or roof garden, so mixed in with all the great finds listed below, I've included some pieces that you wouldn't normally envision placed on the inside. But that's what design is all about! That, and if your puppy wants to pee on something, it might as well be on a piece built to endure rainstorms, sleet, and tornadoes.
Bot: Here's a list detailing the incestuous relationship between the Obama administration and the leftwing media. Anyone here can verify this list: • Time managing editor Rick Stengel moved to the State Department as undersecretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs; • Douglas Frantz, who wrote for the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times, was an assistant secretary of state for public affairs; • Boston Globe online politics editor Glen Johnson was a senior adviser at the State Department; • Washington Post writer Stephen Barr moved to the Labor Department as senior managing director of the Offce of Public Affairs • Washington Post congressional reporter Shailagh Murray became Vice President Joe Biden’s communications director and later senior adviser to President Obama; • Rosa Brooks was a columnist for the Los Angeles Times before taking a position with the undersecretary of defense for policy; • The Washington Post’s Desson Thomson left the paper to serve as a speechwriter for the U.S. ambassador to Britain; • Roberta Baskin, a onetime CBS News investigative reporter, joined the Department of Health and Human Services as a senior communications adviser; • The Washington Post’s Warren Bass, an Outlook section deputy editor, joined then–United Nations ambassador Susan Rice as director of speechwriting and senior policy adviser; • Education Week reporter David Hoff moved to the Education Department; • CNN senior political producer Sasha Johnson joined the Department of Transportation and later became chief of staff at the Federal Aviation Administration; • The Chicago Tribune’s Jill Zuckman moved to the Department of Transportation as communications director; • Rick Weiss, who had worked for the Washington Post, became communications director and senior policy strategist for the White House Offce of Science and Technology; • Former CBS and ABC reporter Linda Douglass joined the Obama campaign and was later communications director for the White House Offce of Health Reform; • New York Times reporter Eric Dash moved to the Treasury Department’s public affairs offce, as did MSNBC producer Anthony Reyes