Author name: Jennifer Davis

Jennifer Davis has been a writer for the Hairpin for over two years. She writes about politics, health, business, and finance. She loves to read and write about what she's reading, which is why she started her own personal blog where she can share her thoughts on books she's read. She also loves to travel and takes every chance she gets to explore new places.

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Shohei Ohtani, LA Dodgers Phenom, to Build Offseason Home in New Luxury Hawaii Community

One of Major League Baseball’s top players, Shohei Ohtani, seems to have inked a pretty sweet real estate deal on Hawaii’s Big Island. According to the Wall Street Journal, the two-time MVP, often hailed as the second coming of baseball great Babe Ruth for his pitching and batting excellence, was offered first-dibs on a plot […]

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Venture Inside This Eco-Conscious Home in Costa Rica

Rainy season in Nosara, Costa Rica, stretches for seven months. The climate, with its inexorable humidity and salt air, wreaks havoc on building materials and quotidian staples like rugs and books. Termites and ants are constantly on the march, and the power grid occasionally goes down. Reshma Patel and her husband, Christian Rudder, a cofounder

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Jennifer Lopez Finds a Buyer for Her $25 Million Manhattan Penthouse After 7 Years

Jennifer Lopez may forever be known as “Jenny from the Block,” but this time, the block in question is Madison Square Park as opposed to her former Bronx digs. The iconic singer has finally found a buyer for her $25 million Manhattan penthouse after seven years on the market, the New York Post reports. While

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Ethan Hawke’s 21-Foot-Wide Former NYC Town House Finds a Buyer in Under One Month

If you were dreaming about leaving the world behind to move into Ethan Hawke’s charming former New York City home, you’re officially out of luck. The Manhattan town house that previously belonged to the actor and director is now under contract, the New York Post reports. Listed at $5.98 million just last month, the six-bedroom,

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What’s the Deal With People Finding Human Fossils in Their Travertine Tiles?

One European family’s recent home renovation is a literal jaw dropper. According to a Reddit user who shared images on the website’s fossils subreddit (r/fossils), their family noticed a peculiar item in their floors after installing new travertine tiles—something that looked eerily like a human jaw. “This looks like a section of [a] mandible,” the

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Salone del Mobile 2024: Big Tents, Pistachio Palettes, and Other Late-Breaking Milan Discoveries

I arrived on Sunday around noon and checked into my fab ’70s-inspired room at the new Max Brown Missori, just a skip away from one of my favorite buildings, the Torre Velasca by BBPR. First on the agenda was the design mecca Nilufar Depot, where Nina Yashar always has a colorful—and vast—mix of top-notch vintage

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Stephen Sondheim’s 18th-Century Connecticut Colonial Sells for $3.25 Million

The longtime Roxbury, Connecticut, home of the late composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim has found its first new owner in about four decades. The Broadway legend bought the abode in 1980 and used it as a quiet retreat from his native New York City, spending more and more time at the historic Colonial up until

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