Whether it's catching an opera in Vienna, having afternoon tea in London, shopping for leather in Florence or sipping a cocktail by the Eiffel Tower -- we've rounded up 10 things you need to do, eat, see, shop for and experience in Europe....
As spring break, that glorious time of freedom, approaches, you may be wondering: Is it safe to go to Mexico? Should you let your kids go to Mexico for spring break? It depends on whom you ask. The U.S. State Department currently has a travel warning...
Men with short index fingers and long ring fingers are on average nicer towards women. This phenomenon stems from their fetal life, and the hormones these men have been exposed to in their mother's womb. The findings might help explain why these men have more children.
You know when a baby is so cute that you feel like you could just gobble them up? Corinne Leroux, a creative designer in Vancouver, has just the product for you – an adorable fleece tortilla blanket that will make your infant look like a tasty, adorable burrito (baby-rito?).
There's a huge difference between "no one" and "almost no one". Almost no one is going to hire you. Almost no one is going to become a true fan. Almost no one is going to tell someone else about your...
Every year is the same for New Year's— you eat and drink and wait for the clock to strike midnight. Maybe it's time for a little shake-up. Try one of these cultural traditions made to bring lots of luck. Who knows? It might be just what you need for the best year ever. China—The color red is a Chinese symbol of good luck and happiness. Hang a red ...
Edutopia blogger Mark Phillips examines eight myths that drive education policy, including the value of homework for students and merit pay for teachers, the irrelevance of funding and class size, and the fairness of college admissions.
Lately I have been obsessed with the idea of miniature portraits. I like shrinking people (usually myself) into tiny beings and merging them with the surroundings. The tiny world fascinates me in so many different levels. These are the pictures of my series
As cute as it may seem to give a new dog or puppy as a gift, it can actually be a terrible idea. Holiday gift dogs can be soon forgotten like all the new toys and gadgets. If someone you care about is interested in getting a dog, give a book about dog ownership or a dog accessory as a gift. Here's why giving the gift of a new dog is a bad idea.
French photographer Sacha Goldberger has created a quirky photo series that perfectly expresses the timeless quality of some of our favorite superheroes and villains – by re-imagining them as 16th-century Flemish portrait models.
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