The Waldorf Astoria was once the place to stay in New York City. Bargain hunters can visit Taunton to buy items from the hotel. – News – MetroWest Daily News, Framingham, MA

Emilee Geist

The two-week auction at the Silver City Galleria mall in Taunton will offer high end furniture from the historic and glamorous hotel for a fraction of its normal price.

TAUNTON — Right now, the Silver City Galleria is a bizarre and beautiful sight to behold.

Hosting the approximately 15,000 pieces of furniture and other items from New York City’s famously ritzy Waldorf Astoria hotel while they are up for auction, the mall is a strange tribute to 20th century America.

Where once was a Champs Sports, elegant furniture from a suite where 16 American presidents stayed fills the space. Where once was a Radio Shack, there sits the custom-ordered furniture used by Gen. Douglas MacArthur for decades.

In a whirlwind of assorted furniture from different cultures and eras, the luxury and glamour of the mid-1900s meets the now-dying mall culture of the 1990s, covering the entire first floor of the

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Don’t Buy Apple Products Today

Emilee Geist

Did you just drop your iPhone on the pavement and watch your screen splinter into a thousand pieces? 

Did your dog eat your left AirPod Pro? 

Did your HomePod make a weird wheezing sound and then die in a puff of smoke? 

Don’t buy another. 

With tomorrow’s keynote on the horizon, Apple is ready to finally unveil the oft-rumored, highly-anticipated iPhone 12 line of devices. With four to choose from, from a 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini to a 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max, you’ll be kicking yourself for replacing your iPhone 11 today. 

The new devices are supposed to finally sport a new design reminiscent of the iPhone 4 (one of the best designs ever) and will inevitably sport better cameras (possibly more of them) and faster processors. But that’s not why

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The best Halloween decorations to buy on Amazon

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33 Hair Products & Tools You Can Buy On Amazon Prime

It may be hard to believe, but it really wasn’t too long ago that you could only find certain hair products at the local salon. Well, a lot of things have changed since the age of the perfectly coiffed blowout; namely, picking up your favorite shampoos, conditioners, styling tools, and more is as easy as “add to cart.”From the crème de la crème of luxury brands (ahem, Oribe and Dyson) to drugstore gems like Herbal Essences and Pantene, here are all the best hair products and tools that you can shop on Amazon Prime — and get on your doorstep within two days thanks to that fast, free shipping. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff—and, while we do receive commission from Amazon, all of the goods linked to on our site

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10 Halloween decorations an interior designer would buy at Dollar Tree right now

Emilee Geist

Dollar Tree has a bunch of affordable decorations for Halloween. <span class="copyright">Dollar Tree</span>
Dollar Tree has a bunch of affordable decorations for Halloween. Dollar Tree
  • Dollar Tree is selling a range of Halloween decorations for just $1 per item. 

  • Insider asked an interior designer to pick her favorite Halloween items from the discount chain. 

  • Designer-approved items included orange string lights, spooky tea-light holders, and sparkly jack-o’-lanterns. 

  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Spooky season is upon us, and that means bargain-priced Halloween decorations are on sale at Dollar Tree. 

The chain is known for its range of $1 wares, which now include a selection of holiday items and frightfully affordable Halloween decor. 

To figure out which seasonal decorations are worth buying, Insider spoke to interior designer Jillian Ziska, creative director at To Be Decorated in San Diego, California. 

Here are some Halloween decorations an interior designer would grab at Dollar Tree right now:

Disclaimer: Prices and availability are subject to change. Keep in

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Here’s where to buy popular face mask styles for 2020

Emilee Geist

For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website.

By now, you’ve become accustomed to wearing face masks when you go out in public, and you know which masks fit your face comfortably. We’ve selected our favorite masks from several popular fashion brands and reputable stores. The masks are appropriate for kids to wear to school or you to wear to work or when you go outin public. Some even donate to coronavirus-related charities. 

Read on to see the face masks that CNET readers love most (as measured by previous clickthrough data) and the stylish coverings that CNET editors are wearing.

Read more: 8 dangerous COVID-19 face mask myths you need to stop believing

Face mask tips to remember

  • Cotton face mask options may be the most comfortable and easiest to fold up and carry
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The 10 best cloth face masks you can buy online

Emilee Geist

These are the 10 best masks we've ever tested.
These are the 10 best masks we’ve ever tested.

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.

Due to coronavirus (COVID-19), face masks and coverings have become a new normal for society. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends people wear cloth face masks to help slow the spread of the virus, and in many places, doing so is either advised or required.

A number of retailers now sell masks (we compiled a list of 100-plus here), and it seems as though more stores and designers are announcing new cloth face mask offerings each week. It’s easy to default and pick a mask based on a fun pattern or color, but you may end up with a mask that offers minimal protection or does not fit your face comfortably.

After spending hours testing 18 of the most

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Here’s how to buy face masks with popular styles for 2020

Emilee Geist

For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website.

It’s important for adults and kids alike to have a collection of comfortable face masks and coverings. Our selections, culled from popular fashion brands and reputable stores, are appropriate for school or work or pretty much anywhere in public. Some even donate to coronavirus-related charities. 

Read on to see the face masks that CNET readers love most (as measured by recent clickthrough data) and the stylish coverings that CNET editors are wearing.

Read more: 7 face mask myths debunked: What to know about coverings, COVID-19 and your health

Face mask tips to remember

  • Cotton face mask options may be the most comfortable and easiest to fold up and carry around, and they’re machine washable.
  • Some masks have pouches where you can add extra filter material.
  • Masks that
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12 cozy things you can buy with thousands of rave reviews

Emilee Geist

12 cozy things you can buy with thousands of rave reviews
12 cozy things you can buy with thousands of rave reviews

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.

It might still be fall but winter is looming with just a few short weeks away—and experts are already predicting that it’ll be colder and snowier than usual. That paired with the current pandemic means we’ll likely be spending even more time bundled up inside our homes.

To make your time inside even cozier and more comfortable, we’ve rounded up 12 soft and snuggly products that have thousands of positive reviews that you can buy online. From the Barefoot Dreams cardigan everyone is obsessed with to the weighted blanket with more than 20,000 reviews, these are some of the internet’s coziest picks that will help you make it through even the chilliest of winter days.

1. The wildly popular Barefoot

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Here are 11 of the best Thanksgiving decorations you can buy online in Canada

Emilee Geist

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Create some fall scenes this year with your Thanksgiving decor.
Create some fall scenes this year with your Thanksgiving decor.

Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

Canadian Thanksgiving is only a couple of weeks away — but there’s still time to stock up on last-minute decor.

This is the holiday that allows you to show off your design aesthetic — from cute decorative leaves and pumpkins that can be doubled as décor for Halloween to beautiful cutlery and table runners.

Impress your guests with stylish centrepieces and table settings to set the scene for the delicious feast you’re all about to share.

ALSO SEE: Here are 11 of the best Halloween decorations

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Where To Buy Art Deco-Inspired Furniture And Decor Online On A Budget

Emilee Geist

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If you’re going for a “Great Gatsby” vibe, here are the best places to find art deco-inspired furniture and decor. (Photo: Ninoon via Getty Images)
If you’re going for a “Great Gatsby” vibe, here are the best places to find art deco-inspired furniture and decor. (Photo: Ninoon via Getty Images)

From terrazzo tiles to rattan headboards, there are lots of home decor trends that have made a comeback recently. Industrial interiors are in, as are the desert designs of the Southwest. 

One of the biggest trends actually comes from 100 years ago: art deco, which reigned supreme in the ’20s and ’30s, the age of “The Great Gatsby,” flappers and Prohibition. A century later, we were due for a revival anyway, according to The Washington Post. 

Art deco was thought to be very modern back in its heyday (hey, we are still talking about it in 2020). The art and architectural movement influenced everything from

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