A STITCH IN TIME Meet the fairy godmother of hair. After her friend’s daughter was treated for lymphoma. Holly Christensen made the 3-year-old a fanciful Rapunzel wig. That act was spun into the Magic Yarn Project, a group that stitches together and donates head coverings inspired by Disney princesses. Find out how you can help at themagicyarn project.com.
MONUMENT MAN British photographer Richard McCor is a real cutup. Known as Paperboyo to his 100.000-plus Instagram followers. McCor turns iconic European landmarks into everyday objects with the help of simple paper cutouts. Through his lens, the London Eye rolls along as a snazzy bicycle wheel.
while the Arc de Triomphe turns into a giant robot.
THINGS WERE We like what one eldercare facility in Pennsylvania has done with the place. The Easton Home has turned several spaces into “memory support” areas a 1940s-style kitchen with a cast-iron stove, hallways decorated with historical mementos to help residents with dementia flex their memory muscles and to stimulate conversation.
STATE DU JOUR Now every meal can be served with a side of pride, thanks to the Fifty United Plates, a collection of porcelain cookware from Detroit company Corb6. Each simple, handcrafted dish is microwave- and oven-safe, so you can create a Maine blueberry buckle in the shape of the Pine Tree State.
We’ll raise a fork to that. (corbecompany.com)
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