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Link About It: This Week's Picks: Prince's Paisley Park opens to the public, our nearest habitable planet, the history of chairs and more in our look at the web


1. Prince's Paisley Park to Open to the Public Most people will remember exactly where they were when they heard that His Royal Badness, Prince, passed away.

Homesick Candles: Hand-poured and made to smell like your favorite state


Crafted to remind people of their favorite state, Homesick Candles are made by a group of individuals who each moved away from the place they call home.

Link About It: Most Americans Want Laws to Protect Transgender People


Despite the current political atmosphere in the United States, some very good news has been discovered.

ListenUp: Carly Rae Jepsen: Emotion Side B


It will come as no surprise that Carly Rae Jepsen's E•MO•TION Side B (a collection of eight songs that didn't make it onto her powerhouse 2015 album) is an '80s-influenced delight.

CH Global Spin: Pretty Poison, Bali: We chat with the founder of the ‘70s-era skate bowl, Maree Suteja


Is skateboarding big in Bali, an island with rocky roads known most for its tremendous surf scene? If Maree Suteja has her way, it will be soon enough.

Buy: Coffee and Coconut Body Scrub


While the combination of coffee and coconut might sound like the perfect breakfast, Frank Body's scrub is for your skin.

ListenUp: Cashmere Cat feat. The Weeknd: Wild Love


Two CH favorites, Cashmere Cat and The Weeknd, have teamed up for a dreamy collaboration and it's a sexy, soulful delight.

Artist Bosco Sodi's "Malpaís": With studios in Oaxaca, Brooklyn and Berlin, the celebrated artist pops-up for his first solo show in Los Angeles


Inhabiting a building that was recently a boutique and is now a temporary exhibition space, Bosco Sodi’s work transforms the light-filled space into an otherworldly place.

Link About It: A Brief History of Chairs


On the Paris Review, an excerpt from Witold Rybczynski's forthcoming book "Now I Sit Me Down: From Klismos to Plastic Chair: A Natural History," delves into the development of chairs as we know them.

Link About It: Prince's Paisley Park to Open to the Public


Most people will remember exactly where they were when they heard that His Royal Badness, Prince, passed away.

Buy: Albert Cap


Two outdoor experts have come together and created a range that's loud and—more importantly—functional.

Jungmaven's Sustainable Hemp Bedding: Soft sheets that feel good on the body and the conscience


While our favorite bedding picks include Boll & Branch's ethically made organic cotton sheets and Parachute's direct-to-consumer linens, there's a new option that's as sustainable as it is soft.

Minimal Long Weekend Essentials: For light travelers who need little to have a good time


Packing light has a way of making all long weekend trips better. There's no real need to lug around extra anything when only going away for three or four days.

Buy: Pool Towel


Summer is almost over in the Northern Hemisphere (but is approaching elsewhere) so whether you're making the most of the final beach and pool days, or prepping for those to come, this Working Girls beach towel is reversible and retro-vibed.

Link About It: Our Nearest Habitable Planet


As the Atlantic puts it, the exoplanet Proxima b exists in its galaxy's "Goldilocks" habitable zone: "No one will ever find a closer alien world than this." The reason this happens to be a big deal: all signs point to the planet being able to support......

Jouin Manku Design Agency's "The Sound Cabinet" Installation: Unveiling a listening station for collectors of music, at Paris' AD Interieurs


At this year's AD Interieurs exposition (running concurrently in Paris with design fair Maison et Objet), event-founding publication Architectural Digest France declared a site-specific theme: collectors.

CH Global Spin: Pollalla Toy Museum, Seoul: A treasure trove of figurines, games, records and more in this South Korean mecca


by Karen Day Whether you're hunting Pokémon, a Kevin McAllister doll, vintage Star Wars action figures, old-school Korean toys or the obscure Alyssa Milano album, the Pollalla Toy Museum in Seoul has you covered, and then some.

Link About It: Our Nearest Habitable Planet


As the Atlantic puts it, the exoplanet Proxima Centauri exists in its galaxy's "Goldilocks" habitable zone: "No one will ever find a closer alien world than this." The reason this happens to be a big deal: all signs point to the planet being able to......

Link About It: Fat Brad: a Cookbook Inspired by On-Screen Eating


Described as "an edible ode to the movie star who eats like no other, Brad Pitt," a new cookbook called "Fat Brad" has been inspired by the actor's on-screen diet.

ListenUp: Sad13: Get A Yes


Rock band Speedy Ortiz have been that rare shining beacon of light leading the way to make shows safe and inclusive for fans—even asking concertgoers to text when they feel harassed or in trouble.


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