This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. The biggest city in South Carolina, Charleston is a historic waterfront town that defines Southern charm. It has beautiful architecture, incredible food and culture to spare. You won’t have trouble filling up a vacation to Charleston, especially if you’re interested in the city’s rich culinary scene and its excellent cocktail bars, but here are some things you shouldn’t miss during your trip. Charleston is an easily walkable city, but for a different perspective, take in the sights from the water. Charleston Harbor Tours—not far from the grande dame of Charleston hotels, Planters Inn—depart on the Carolina Belle five times a day in peak season, including sunset and night cruises. Especially beautiful is Charleston Waterfront Park, with its iconic Pineapple Fountain and the stunning historic homes behind it. As you sail, the captain narrates the sights, giving you a unique perspectiv...

Melinda Myers: Plant a few edible and decorative containers for fall

Spruce up an existing container by replacing weather worn annuals with fresh fall favorites. Pansies, sweet alyssum and dianthus are just a few annuals that hit their stride as cooler weather returns.Courtesy Melinda Myers End the growing season with an extra burst of color and nutrition with a few fall containers. A pot of mums or asters can add color to your front steps and a container filled with kale and greens adds fresh flavor to your fall meals. But don’t stop there. Create attractive potted gardens by combining asters, mums, grasses, cool weather edibles and other fall beauties. Spruce up an existing container by replacing weather worn annuals with fresh fall favorites. Pansies, sweet alyssum and dianthus are just a few annuals that hit their stride as cooler weather returns. Or plant new container gardens for your fall landscape. Just select a pot with drainage holes and fill it with a quality planting mix. Or upcycle items like a wicker basket, small bushel basket, wooden crate or galvanized tub into a fun fall planter. Just add drainage holes before planting. Or scoop out a pumpkin and set a pot of pansies or ornamental peppers inside. Use ornamental grasses, kale, bl...

Here’s the Real Life Use of Every Element on the Periodic Table

This list will satisfy your curiosities about every element on the periodic table with their brief descriptions and real-life applications. Understanding how to read a periodic table is one thing, but it doesn’t tell you whether the element is useful, what it looks like, or even how it is used. To answer all of the basic questions you might have about each element, we have put together this “quick look” guide to help give you an easy to read and navigate resource for every element known to man. All of the elements of the periodic table are included below and are arranged by the atomic number from 1 to 118. **Quick Tip: if you want to navigate to a specific element, use the find (CTRL + F)  function on your browser to pinpoint what you’re looking for quickly** Each element header has its name, its atomic number, it’s atomic symbol, as well as a respective color. Where It’s Used: Hydrogen makes up about 90% of atoms in the entire universe. The chemical is used heavily as both a gas and liquid fuel. Hydrogen was used as a main fuel for the space shuttle program by NASA as well as currently being used heavily by the petroleum and manufacturing in...

Britain’s most wildlife-friendly housing development chooses Jacksons’ Acoustic Fencing

Ideal for boundary security, our focus is to offer a selection of systems which Deter, Detect, Delay and Deny unauthorised access Provides ideal solution for a wide variety of high security perimeter and access control applications We offer a variety of solutions in timber and steel for school, playground and play area applications Designed to match our Anti Trap Bow Top Fencing, conforming to all current play area safety guidelines. Security Toppings that increase levels of security against intrusion, damage, acts of vandalism or terrorism Highly effective alternatives to metal fencing when used to provide protection and access control around electrical equipment Constructed from 250mm wire double skinned mesh with clamp bars added and anti tamper security fixings. ’358′ mesh panels are welded on both faces, with reinforced tubular vertical bars, horizontal rails and concertina barbed tape topping. The highest possible security rating for fencing. Can withstand serious attempts at forced entry with battery powered tools. ’358′ Securi-Mesh® clad on both sides with reinforced tubular vertical bars, horizontal rails and concertina barbed tape topping. High...

Europe Healthcare 3D Printing Market Analysis & Trends 2019-2024

Europe healthcare 3D printing market is primarily driven by increasing awareness regarding different applications of 3D printing technology in the healthcare industry. Adoption of 3D printing in tissue engineering, bioprinting as well as for burns and injuries is increasing over the recent years. Ability of 3D printing technology to create layers of human skin in patients with severe burns, accidents or critical injuries is expected to upsurge the business growth. Increasing number of accidents and trauma cases in the region will spur Europe healthcare 3D printing market size According to the Graphical Research new growth forecast report titled Europe Healthcare 3D Printing Market By Product (Syringe Based, Magnetic Levitation, Laser Based, Inkjet Based), By Technology (Fused Deposition Modeling {FDM}, Selective Laser Sintering {SLS}, Stereolithography {SLA}), By Application (Biosensors, Medical {Pharmaceutical, Prosthetics and Implants, Tissue and Organ Generation}, Dental), Industry Analysis Report, Country Outlook (Germany, UK, Italy, France, Spain, Russia, Poland, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Czech Republic, Belgium), Estimated to exceed USD 650 million by...

Provo, Utah, has international flavor and local history | Lifestyle

We have used your information to see if you have a subscription with us, but did not find one. Please use the button below to verify an existing account or to purchase a new subscription. Your current subscription does not provide access to this content. Please use the button below to manage your account. Thank you for Reading! On your next view you will be asked to log in or create an account to continue reading. Thank you for Reading! On your next view you will be asked to log in to your subscriber account or create an account and subscribepurchase a subscription to continue reading. Provo Canyon is pictured on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. MUST CREDIT: Photo for The Washington Post by Evan Cobb. Antique gas station signs and pumps are on display at AAA Lakeside Storage in Provo, Utah. The storage facility also hosts the Museum of Petrolania. Stevens Nelson, the director of the Provo Pioneer Village, gives a tour of the village on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, in Provo, Utah. MUST CREDIT: Photo for The Washington Post by Evan Cobb. A server pours a glass of the Prickly-Pear Lemonade on Jan. 29 at the Black Sheep Cafe in Provo, Utah. A goat stands on the back of Shirley Hamblin while sh...

Swimsuit season, #HotGirlSummer or whatever you want to call it is well underway. And Miami Swim

Swimsuit season, #HotGirlSummer or whatever you want to call it is well underway. And Miami Swim Week 2020 just served up some fresh inspo. As we’ve come to expect, the runways of the Sunshine State brimmed with swimsuits that, while flattering, won’t help you avoid wardrobe malfunctions should a big wave come your way. Sure, they didn’t occupy much corporeal real estate, but that’s not to say the water-resistant lingerie swimsuits weren’t cute AF. So what will we all be suiting up in next summer (or next weekend, depending on how much of your swimwear budget still remains)? Well, first of all, breathe a sigh of relief: high-leg bottoms and one-shoulder tops are going nowhere. In fact, they were so ubiquitous, we’d label them more as a “given” than a “trend.” That said, some newish trends did emerge, mostly having to do with patterns and accents. For instance, according to the Miami collections, wild animal prints, ruffles both subtle and staggering and O-ring details are about to hit beach towels everywhere. Click through the slideshow above for the top five seaside style cues we took from Miami Swim Week 2020 and, we can’t say this enough, always pair ’em with sunscreen. Cord...