Halloween Airbnb Rental in Hell, Michigan

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The listing has a spooky design just like you’d imagine, complete with a bed fit for the “queen of the damned,” a cozy fire pit to keep guests warm at night, and an outdoor movie screen to binge-watch all of the Halloween classics. With safety being the top priority, only local Michigan residents in the same household can book a night, and the listing will be cleaned per the Airbnb’s Enhanced Cleaning Protocol and Pure Michigan Pledge.

“I am the biggest Halloween fan in the world (and the underworld), so I hope that our little slice of paradise can fill fellow Halloween lovers with all of the frightful chills and spooky sensations of the season,” John Colone, the self-proclaimed mayor, said in a press release.  “And to our guests and soon-to-be Mayors,

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Summery Vegan Pad Thai With Shredded Kale And Cabbage

To Asia, With Love is my homecoming, a joyous return to all the humble yet deeply nurturing avours and meals of my childhood. It is also a celebration of the exciting and delicious possibilities of modern Asian cooking. e food that we grow up eating stays with us forever. 

My mother didn’t work outside the home, but she was always busy. Her kitchen was constantly in motion – on the stove there would be tong (soup) bubbling away, jook (congee) simmering for lunch, and by the sink a tangle of greens sat in colanders, ready to be trimmed. throughout the house there was always evidence of our next meal, or food for the future. In our laundry room there were huge jars of preserved eggs and pickling ginger, and salted pork and she dangled under the netting on a makeshift clothesline on the porch, alongside our washed clothes. All around

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A Showstopping House For A Family Of Entertainers

This decadent home in Brighton by interior designers Golden is the perfect mix of moody and opulent – the perfect setting for a family who love to entertain.

‘The client’s lifestyle is social driven, they’ve always enjoyed having an open home and love to host and entertain friends,’ explains co-director of Golden, Alicia McKimm. ‘The brief called for a house that would welcome friends, and also an element of theatre.’ From the very first design meeting the clients wanted a lavish bar in the underground entertainment suite!

The house itself was a completely new build designed by architect Luke Seidler of Seidler Group, with whom Alicia and her co-director, Kylie Dorotic, worked closely. Inheriting this blank canvas meant the pair of interior designers weren’t working within any pre-existing restrictions, and could create a new thematic design from scratch.

‘We wanted to make a bold, large-scale home feel intimate yet

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