February 2017

By Melanie Lieberman, February 17, 2017
While U.S. citizens can’t quite take a beach vacation to the island nation, relaxed regulations have made it increasingly easy for Americans travel to Cuba. Whether you’re visiting for journalistic, educational, religious, purposes, or a people...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
Long gone are the days when vending machines were filled with stale M&Ms and Cheetos, and ATMs just spit out boring old cash. First, Sprinkles gifted us with cupcake ATMs. Then, Vegas answered our prayers and filled a vending machine with Champ...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This story originally appeared on realsimple.com. Actress Meg Ryan is on the move. The When Harry Met Sally and You’ve Got Mail star just listed her loft in New York City’s prime SoHo neighborhood for a cool $10.9 million. The fashionable area ...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
Libya has the most deadly roads in the world, according to a study from the World Health Organization (WHO). With information from 180 countries around the world, WHO determined that low-income countries have the highest rate of road traffic fa...
By Lindsey Campbell, February 17, 2017
To all makeup aficionados who have fond childhood memories of Lisa Frank’s psychedelic designs, get excited: This Kickstarter campaign is trying to make all your unicorn and star dust dreams come true with Lisa Frank cosmetics. The company behi...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This story originally appeared on people.com. Just when you thought you couldn’t love Peeps anymore than you already do, Oreo goes and turns them into a cookie. Related: Starbucks Will Soon Serve Ice Cream at Over 100 Locations The limite...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This story originally appeared on accuweather.com. The storm producing torrential rain in coastal Southern California into Friday night will also threaten lives and property in the deserts of Arizona, California and Nevada this weekend. Rela...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This story originally appeared on accuweather.com. The storm producing torrential rain in coastal Southern California into Friday night will also threaten lives and property in the deserts of Arizona, California and Nevada this weekend. Rela...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
For those who want to see just how dazzling the ocean's coral reefs and marine life can be, a kayak company has the answer.  The Crystal Explorer from Florida's Crystal Kayak Company is a completely transparent canoe-kayak hybrid that lets you ...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
For those who want to see just how dazzling the ocean's coral reefs and marine life can be, a kayak company has the answer.  The Crystal Explorer from Florida's Crystal Kayak Company is a completely transparent canoe-kayak hybrid that lets you ...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
For those who want to see just how dazzling the ocean's coral reefs and marine life can be, a kayak company has the answer.  The Crystal Explorer from Florida's Crystal Kayak Company is a completely transparent canoe-kayak hybrid that lets you ...
By Jessica Plautz, February 17, 2017
President Donald Trump took a tour of the Boeing assembly plant in Charleston, South Carolina, on Friday. Besides taking a tour of the plant and unveiling the new Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner, Trump was also on the trip for matters of jobs and budg...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
The resorts and ski areas of the Alps have long attracted actors, celebrities, and socialites of every stripe from around the world. In recent years, one name in particular has stuck out: Courchevel. Filled with luxury resorts, this area in ...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
In 1919, Argentina's El Ateneo Grand Splendid was a tango theater. For 10 years, it hosted a number of performers while also broadcasting a local radio channel called Radio Splendid starting in 1924. But today, it's a different scene: Step insi...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
In 1919, Argentina's El Ateneo Grand Splendid was a tango theater. For 10 years, it hosted a number of performers while also broadcasting a local radio channel called Radio Splendid starting in 1924. But today, it's a different scene: Step insi...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
In 1919, Argentina's El Ateneo Grand Splendid was a tango theater. For 10 years, it hosted a number of performers while also broadcasting a local radio channel called Radio Splendid starting in 1924. But today, it's a different scene: Step insi...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
In 1919, Argentina's El Ateneo Grand Splendid was a tango theater. For 10 years, it hosted a number of performers while also broadcasting a local radio channel called Radio Splendid starting in 1924. But today, it's a different scene: Step insi...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
In 1919, Argentina's El Ateneo Grand Splendid was a tango theater. For 10 years, it hosted a number of performers while also broadcasting a local radio channel called Radio Splendid starting in 1924. But today, it's a different scene: Step insi...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
In 1919, Argentina's El Ateneo Grand Splendid was a tango theater. For 10 years, it hosted a number of performers while also broadcasting a local radio channel called Radio Splendid starting in 1924. But today, it's a different scene: Step insi...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
In 1919, Argentina's El Ateneo Grand Splendid was a tango theater. For 10 years, it hosted a number of performers while also broadcasting a local radio channel called Radio Splendid starting in 1924. But today, it's a different scene: Step insi...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
In 1919, Argentina's El Ateneo Grand Splendid was a tango theater. For 10 years, it hosted a number of performers while also broadcasting a local radio channel called Radio Splendid starting in 1924. But today, it's a different scene: Step insi...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
Pack your bags, classical music lovers. This spring, you can embark on a musical tour of the towns and villages of the pastoral Thuringian countryside of eastern Germany where Johann Sebastian Bach lived and worked 300 years ago. Organist Willi...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
Americans and Brits both speak English, but sometimes it sounds like they speak a different language all together. An American asking for a cookie (that’s a biscuit, in British) or a flashlight (they say torch) can result in curious stares, while ...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This article originally appeared on time.com. Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, an annual event during which the company usually discusses upcoming software features coming to the iPhone and other products, will take place on June 5-9, i...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
Pinterest is home to some of the most inspirational travel plans—you can't make it very far without running into a "Wanderlust Travel" or "Bucket List Spots" board. When it comes to honeymoons, the platform does not disappoint. Pinterest recent...
By Erika Owen, February 17, 2017
Pinterest is home to some of the most inspirational travel plans—you can't make it very far without running into a "Wanderlust Travel" or "Bucket List Spots" board. When it comes to honeymoons, the platform does not disappoint. Pinterest recent...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This story originally appeared on people.com. Kim Kardashian West may be making plans to return to Paris Fashion Week five months after her traumatic robbery. A source tells PEOPLE that Kardashian West’s younger sister, Kendall Jenner, is wa...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
The Alps could lose up to 70 percent of their snow cover in the next century, according to new research conducted by Swiss scientists. As the popular skiing range has seen record low snowfalls over the past years, the trend is set to continue a...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This article originally appeared on RealSimple.com Though KitchenAid is known for its brightly colored mixers (seriously, there’s one in every color of the rainbow), their new monochromatic mixer might be the prettiest one yet. It’s called the ...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This article originally appeared on FWx.com When is the last time your fortune cookie ever said something accurate, foretelling, or even grammatically correct? Never, that's when.  Related: A Burger King Employee Was Fired for Stealing 50 Ce...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This article originally appeared on Money.com. What could be better than a comforting dish of mac n' cheese on a cold day, a packet of cheesy Cheetos as an afternoon snack, or a delicious donut for dessert? Related: Is Your Locksmith Ripping...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This article originally appeared on FWx.com One of the reason cans continue to be an increasing popular packaging choice for craft beers is because, unlike bottles, cans travel more successfully. Whether you’re boating or backpacking or simply ...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This article originally appeared on FWx.com One of the reason cans continue to be an increasing popular packaging choice for craft beers is because, unlike bottles, cans travel more successfully. Whether you’re boating or backpacking or simply ...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This article originally appeared on Fortune.com How does it sound to have a package “forcefully [propelled]” onto your porch from a hovering drone?That’s the idea behind the new Amazon system that was awarded a patent this week. Instead of havi...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
Delta Air Lines again has been named the No. 1 airline in Fortune’s new ranking of the World’s Most Admired Companies. For the annual list, Fortune surveyed 3,800 industry professionals, executives, and analysts about corporate reputations. The ...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This article originally appeared on FWx.com If you’ve ever been scratching your head at the grocery store wondering what the difference is between labels like “sell by” and “best by” and “use by” and “best if used by” and “keep on using me unti...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
A roadside café in France recently got an extra boost of customers thanks to a case of mistaken identity. The Bouche à Oreille bar and brasserie, in Bourges, central France, serves classic French café food like moules frites at reasonable price...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
National parks across the U.S. will be waiving their entrance fees on February 20, in honor of Presidents Day. Visitors can explore any of the country’s 417 national parks—including the 120 parks that charge admission—for free, giving them a ch...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
This article originally appeared on RealSimple.com Today's Monopoly players must be not as interested in tailoring as previous generations: They’ve just voted to rid the classic game of its last sewing token. Hasbro announced today that startin...
By N/A, February 17, 2017
Americans can get awfully dreamy about the moon—and with good reason. The flags and footprints we left there in the 1960s and 1970s were symbols of what we can achieve when we just plain decide to achieve it. And the fact that we abandoned it all—...
By Jessica Plautz, February 16, 2017
Cherry blossoms have made an early appearance in the Japanese town of Kawazu. Although the cherry blossom bloom in Japan is typically in March or April, Kawazu's trees are of a special, early-bird variety, according to The Huffington Post. The K...
By N/A, February 16, 2017
February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the history and culture of people of African descent along with their contributions to society. As an African American, I find it is often filled with regurgitated information on particular p...
By N/A, February 16, 2017
February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the history and culture of people of African descent along with their contributions to society. As an African American, I find it is often filled with regurgitated information on particular p...
By N/A, February 16, 2017
February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the history and culture of people of African descent along with their contributions to society. As an African American, I find it is often filled with regurgitated information on particular p...
By N/A, February 16, 2017
February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the history and culture of people of African descent along with their contributions to society. As an African American, I find it is often filled with regurgitated information on particular p...
By N/A, February 16, 2017
February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the history and culture of people of African descent along with their contributions to society. As an African American, I find it is often filled with regurgitated information on particular p...
By Erika Owen, February 16, 2017
If you plan on traveling with a skateboard anytime soon, listen up. On a recent call with professional skateboarder Tony Hawk, we learned some intel that should make jet-setting with your board a little bit easier. First things first: Pack it o...
By N/A, February 16, 2017
Hotel gyms are one of the most underutilized amenities for a reason: Motivating yourself to work out on vacation is hard. But what if you had a fitness trainer leave you a tailor-made exercise itinerary that incorporated some of the sites you w...
By N/A, February 16, 2017
Hotel gyms are one of the most underutilized amenities for a reason: Motivating yourself to work out on vacation is hard. But what if you had a fitness trainer leave you a tailor-made exercise itinerary that incorporated some of the sites you w...
By N/A, February 16, 2017
Hotel gyms are one of the most underutilized amenities for a reason: Motivating yourself to work out on vacation is hard. But what if you had a fitness trainer leave you a tailor-made exercise itinerary that incorporated some of the sites you w...

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