As a modern house owner, the key item that increases the beauty of your room is a glass tabletop. Be it a commercial house or a business room, glass is one of the most demanding and modern materials for any tabletop. Being the owner of a glass tabletop, the fear of scratching or damaging your precious glass tabletop never goes.

But with some of our gathered tips and tricks, you can
protect your sentimental glass piece and elongate its life that is so precious
to you.

Use Rubber

Using rubber bumpers is a perfect choice for securing your glass top in its place. Rubber bumpers secure your table top glass from sliding off of its base. They come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. If your glass tabletop is transparent, you can opt for a transparent rubber bumper, and you can opt for colored ones depending upon

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Migrants head back to Mexico after being encountered by Border Patrol agents near Sasabe in March 2020, shortly after the start of Title 42. That health regulation allowed the expulsion of migrants as a protection against the spread of COVID-19, but the CDC said last week it is no longer needed and will be dropped after May 23. (Photo by Jerry Glaser/Customs and Border Protection)

Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Gilbert, called the Biden administration’s plan to end Title 42, a pandemic-era rule that has been used to turn away 1.7 million migrants for health reasons, a “reckless decision.” Opponents of the move say the government is not prepared to handle the surge in migrants likely to follow the end of the program. (Photo by Emily Sacia/Cronkite News)

WASHINGTON – For immigration advocates, the end to Title 42 couldn’t come soon enough, but critics warned this week that it’s

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Homura textured wall tiles from Raven
Homura by Raven

Textured wall tiles have been creeping into interiors at a steady pace over the past few years. I don’t think they have quite become mainstream in residential interiors yet as they can be quite a bold statement that requires at least a bit of bravery to embrace. But we have certainly been seeing them in commercial spaces for a while now.

There are a number of reasons why we might be seeing more texture creeping into our interiors. Firstly, the rise of biophilic design has helped us to invite nature indoors, so texture has started to play a much greater role in our interiors. We are incorporating natural textures into our homes as we have now realised how beneficial it is for our mental health and wellbeing to surround ourselves with nature.

Secondly, I think that the global pandemic massively increased our need for physical touch. We

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World Mother’s Day is a special day when we appreciate the achievements of the women in our lives. It’s also a good opportunity to appreciate the bond between mother and child. But who started the Mother’s Day tradition in the United States, and how do other countries commemorate it? Mother’s Day may appear to be a regular calendar occasion, yet it was only recently acknowledged and practiced over the world. (And no, it’s not a Hallmark card.)

Mother’s Day honors all that women have accomplished. Unsurprisingly, it took a group of courageous women to bring this holiday to the world’s attention. Learn more about Mother’s Day’s history, as well as suggestions and ideas for making your mother feel particularly special this year.

What Do People Do?

On Mother’s Day, many individuals reflect on their moms and mother figures. Stepmothers, relatives, mothers-in-law, a guardian (e.g., foster parents), or family friends can

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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – WKU Track & Field celebrated Senior Day on Saturday as it completed its annual Hilltopper Relays. The squad earned 25 top-five finishes, including five event titles.

Pole vaulter Devon Montgomery tied for the second-best outdoor height in program history after clearing 15-7 on the day and winning the men’s pole vault. It’s a personal best and the highest any Hilltopper has cleared since 1976.

Picking up two wins on the distance side was Dedrick Troxell. He won the 800 and 5k while Clint Sherman finished second in both events as well. Freshman Keegan Barnette also placed third in the 5k to round out a WKU podium finish.

Fifth-year senior Savannah Heckman picked up a first-place finish in the women’s 1500 with a personal best of 4:33.32. Sophomore Lucy Rutherford also shattered her previous best and made a new mark of 4:39.11 while finishing fourth.


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