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A Brief History: Summers at the Beach

A Brief History: Summers at the Beach

Sitting on a beach towel beneath clear, blue skies, soaking in sunlight and wading in warm, seemingly infinite waters that hold secrets of the deep unknown is a favorite pastime for people around the world. Though, would you believe it hasn’t always been that way? In fact, going to the beach is a summer tradition that is relatively new in the span of civilization. 
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L&F Visionaries:  Le Corbusier

L&F Visionaries: Le Corbusier

In the first of a series on people we see as visionaries in their field, we turn our lens on Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier, urban planner, designer, writer, painter and one of the largest influencers of modern architecture. 
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Computer Glasses: See Your Workspace Clearly with Extended Vision™ Reading Glasses

Computer Glasses: See Your Workspace Clearly with Extended Vision™ Reading Glasses

Reading glasses can help to see your phone clearly. But then your computer screen gets blurry and you can't see the person approaching your desk unless you take them off - or worse - slide them down your nose so you can peer over the top of the frames.  Extended Vision™ reading glasses are custom-made computer glasses that are optimized for your middle-distance and near-vision zones - producing a seamless, clear view of everything within 6 feet.
What are photochromic glasses?

What are photochromic glasses?

Photochromic lenses are eyeglass lenses that darken when exposed to UV light. They present a very wearable option for people who don’t want to have to switch between sunglasses and glasses. In this article, we’ll explore the history and technology behind photochromic lenses to answer your questions before you buy.
Single Vision or Progressive Glasses? How to read your Eyeglasses Prescription

Single Vision or Progressive Glasses? How to read your Eyeglasses Prescription

We're often asked the question? "Do I need single-vision or progressive glasses?"  Many times, your eye doctor will have told you which type of glasses you should be wearing for your vision needs But more commonly, our customers just have their prescription, or script, which has a bunch of odd looking industry terms and confusing numbers that make little sense to most.