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Madeline Weinrib, Jonathan Adler Sales; Domaine Launches

NYC—Today through Sunday: Madeline Weinrib's first-ever "Charity Sample Sale," with proceeds benefiting the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Carpets, fabrics, furniture, pillows, and accessories have been trucked in to transform The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Thrift Shop at 1440 Third Avenue. [CurbedWire Inbox]

NYC—New Yorkers, reserve that Zipcar now: fans of colorful melamine plates and ceramic lamp bases can stock up at the Jonathan Adler warehouse sale, which kicks off next Fri., May 9 at 513 Irving Avenue in Brooklyn. Prices will be reduced by up to 70 percent, and reps call this the "best selection ever." [CurbedWire Inbox]

THE INTERNET—Please welcome to the Internet Domaine, billed as "a shoppable online magazine spotlighting stylish shelter content for fashionable consumers." It's quite beautiful, in fact, and is helmed by editorial director Mat Sanders, part of the team that exterred Domino from the graveyard of defunct magazines last year. [CurbedWire Inbox]

EVERYWHERE—UnBeige rounds up some quick architecture awards intel: "Rem Koolhaas is this year's recipient of the Dutch state prize for the arts, the Johannes Vermeer Award, while Zaha Hadid has been declared the winner of the 41st Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award, an honor that we hope comes with a lifetime supply of bubbly." [UnBeige]