September 2016

By N/A, September 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on Money.com. Whether you want to be home or get away, we’ve got the deals for you this week. Get select one-way fares on American Airlines from $35, and broad discounts from T.J.Maxx and Target. And don’t forget ...
By N/A, September 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on time.com. A thunderous boom and a bright flash over the coast of northeastern Australia Monday night may have been a “big meteor” strike, according to local media. Police in Central Queensland were inundated wit...
By Maya Rhodan, September 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com.  Floodwaters in parts of Iowa crept toward 23 feet on Monday, above what is considered major flooding for the area. Parts of Iowa and Wisconsin have been hit with curfews and evacuations because of th...
By N/A, September 27, 2016
Coastal Living is holding its annual competition to determine the happiest U.S. city on the coast. The contenders are 10 towns from around the country, including Camden, Maine; Cape May, New Jersey; Carmel-by-the-Sea, California; Dana Point, Ca...
By N/A, September 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on fwx.com. Related: How Iconic Golfer Arnold Palmer Created His Iconic Drink Recipe Why Jack in the Box Could Be The Big Winner If Pot Gets Legalized Hangover-Free Alcohol Could Take Over the Market By 2050 ...
By Erika Owen, September 27, 2016
Drones have changed the way we see the world above ground, and now two treasure hunters want to change the way we explore the world below sea level. David Lang and Eric Stackpole were trying to find a remotely operated vehicle to help them loca...
By Melanie Lieberman, September 27, 2016
WOW Air’s $99 flights to Iceland are back, in case you missed their previous ticket sales to the Land of Fire and Ice. According to the Airfare Spot, cheap flights are available from Boston, New York, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C. Dates a...
By Melanie Lieberman, September 27, 2016
WOW Air’s $99 flights to Iceland are back, in case you missed their previous ticket sales to the Land of Fire and Ice. According to the Airfare Spot, cheap flights are available from Boston, New York, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C. Dates a...
By Erika Owen, September 27, 2016
There's a good chance you've never been held up on your way to work because of a giant inflatable duck, but that's what happened to some unlucky commuters when the mascot from a local car dealership in Glasgow, Scotland, made a great escape from t...
By N/A, September 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com.  Part of why we drink (I’ll speak for all of us drinkers right now) is to take some of the stress out of adult life. Not that getting tipsy makes you feel like a kid again, but at least it’s a socially...
By N/A, September 27, 2016
A rare Black Moon will occur this Friday, September 30, for the first time since March of 2014. The most common definition of a Black Moon, according to Science Alert, is the second new moon of the calendar month. It occurs approximately every ...
By Brad Tuttle, September 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on Money.com.  The upcoming music festival featuring the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, and The Who—dubbed unofficially as “Oldchella”—has been sold out for months. That’s what fans were told anyway. T...
By N/A, September 27, 2016
Thrillseekers will soon be able to ride Europe’s fastest and highest roller coaster when the anticipated Ferrari Land park opens in Spain next year. The roller coaster, scheduled to open south of Barcelona on April 7, 2017, will feature a verti...
By Melanie Lieberman, September 27, 2016
Expert travelers know the key to a successful vacation starts by having the perfect travel bag. Fortunately, you can upgrade your suitcase today on Amazon. The online retailer is selling Samsonite two-piece luggage sets for as much as 60 percen...
By Melanie Lieberman, September 27, 2016
Expert travelers know the key to a successful vacation starts by having the perfect travel bag. Fortunately, you can upgrade your suitcase today on Amazon. The online retailer is selling Samsonite two-piece luggage sets for as much as 60 percen...
By N/A, September 27, 2016
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is set to unveil his plan to send a human expedition to Mars in the next decade at a presentation at the International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico, on Tuesday. The tech mogul plans to send an unmanned vehi...
By Carlye Wisel, September 26, 2016
You likely know about banner Disney news like the opening of Star Wars Land and the addition of Frozen-themed boat rides, but the smaller stuff? It doesn’t always trickle its way into your consciousness, despite the fact that some small changes wi...
By Carlye Wisel, September 26, 2016
You likely know about banner Disney news like the opening of Star Wars Land and the addition of Frozen-themed boat rides, but the smaller stuff? It doesn’t always trickle its way into your consciousness, despite the fact that some small changes wi...
By Carlye Wisel, September 26, 2016
You likely know about banner Disney news like the opening of Star Wars Land and the addition of Frozen-themed boat rides, but the smaller stuff? It doesn’t always trickle its way into your consciousness, despite the fact that some small changes wi...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
When we make contact with aliens, NASA is beyond prepared. Back in 1977, NASA created a phonograph record to introduce beings elsewhere in the universe to the sounds humans make. They only produced 12 copies of the mix known as the “Voyager Gol...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
When we make contact with aliens, NASA is beyond prepared. Back in 1977, NASA created a phonograph record to introduce beings elsewhere in the universe to the sounds humans make. They only produced 12 copies of the mix known as the “Voyager Gol...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
When we make contact with aliens, NASA is beyond prepared. Back in 1977, NASA created a phonograph record to introduce beings elsewhere in the universe to the sounds humans make. They only produced 12 copies of the mix known as the “Voyager Gol...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
When we make contact with aliens, NASA is beyond prepared. Back in 1977, NASA created a phonograph record to introduce beings elsewhere in the universe to the sounds humans make. They only produced 12 copies of the mix known as the “Voyager Gol...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
When we make contact with aliens, NASA is beyond prepared. Back in 1977, NASA created a phonograph record to introduce beings elsewhere in the universe to the sounds humans make. They only produced 12 copies of the mix known as the “Voyager Gol...
By Erika Owen, September 26, 2016
Let's kick this off by saying that this celebrity road trip video is actually an ad—for H&M. But it's an ad that's really well done and pretty hilarious, so you actually get something out of it. And we wouldn't expect a road trip with David Be...
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on Realsimple.com.  If all you ever do is open the app, request a ride, and sit back, you may be missing out on some features that could save you both time and money. Here, Laura Jones, head of product marketing a...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on Realsimple.com.  These days, we practically live and die by our cell phones. (And that’s hardly a surprise, considering they’re pretty much designed to ensure we never put them down.) Related: How to Make a ...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on money.com. Do you find yourself dreading the holidays a bit more each year? Does the prospect of crowds, long lines, and packed parking lots make your eyes glaze over? Does it take until December 24th of the fo...
By Erika Owen, September 26, 2016
A number of flights traveling to and from Bali's Denpasar Airport have been canceled due to volcanic activity from the nearby Mount Rinjani. ABC News Australia reports that travelers should check their trip status if they plan to fly in or out of ...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
Beside the River Thames, in Central London, is the city’s eclectic arts and entertainment district, South Bank. Its food market, book fair, music, art exhibitions, and performances have made it one of the most fun places to visit in London. One...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
Star Wars fans will have the opportunity to see an exclusive collection of 200 props, models, costumes, and artworks from the original films at Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition, which will continue its world tour at the The 02 in London star...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
Star Wars fans will have the opportunity to see an exclusive collection of 200 props, models, costumes, and artworks from the original films at Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition, which will continue its world tour at the The 02 in London star...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
Star Wars fans will have the opportunity to see an exclusive collection of 200 props, models, costumes, and artworks from the original films at Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition, which will continue its world tour at the The 02 in London star...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
Star Wars fans will have the opportunity to see an exclusive collection of 200 props, models, costumes, and artworks from the original films at Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition, which will continue its world tour at the The 02 in London star...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
Star Wars fans will have the opportunity to see an exclusive collection of 200 props, models, costumes, and artworks from the original films at Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition, which will continue its world tour at the The 02 in London star...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com.  Prince George rejected a high-five from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau upon arriving in the country with his parents and 16-month-old sister Princess Charlotte on Sunday. Trudeau greeted t...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
A passenger on a Japanese bullet train sat for 50 minutes on Monday without noticing that a python was wrapped around his armrest. Almost an hour into the train ride from Tokyo’s JR station, a nearby passenger noticed the snake on the seat in f...
By Melanie Lieberman, September 26, 2016
Brooklyn-based home furnishings and housewares company West Elm announced it’s latest venture on Monday: hotels. The first properties will open in Detroit, Michigan, and Savannah, Georgia, in late 2018, according to the company. Hotels are also...
By Melanie Lieberman, September 26, 2016
Brooklyn-based home furnishings and housewares company West Elm announced it’s latest venture on Monday: hotels. The first properties will open in Detroit, Michigan, and Savannah, Georgia, in late 2018, according to the company. Hotels are also...
By Erika Owen, September 26, 2016
Over the weekend, Melbourne hosted the second Hophaus Annual Dachshund Race. And as you can imagine, it was incredibly cute. The best part is that the dachshunds wore costumes, competing for the best look of the day. There were the expected hot...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com.  Wine never played a major role in the Harry Potter series. From what I’ve gathered, something called “Butterbeer” was more the beverage of choice. Yes, I’ve never read Harry Potter or seen any of the ...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
By N/A, September 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com.  Snapchat is expanding beyond its platform for short vanishing videos with the launch of video-sharing sunglasses this year. The popular app’s company has now been renamed Snap Inc. with the goal o...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
The Paris City Council approved a plan on Monday that will transform two miles of a highway along the scenic Seine River into a pedestrian-only zone. Residents and visitors will soon have the ability to enjoy the calming views and intricate sto...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
“The smell: that's the first thing that hits you,” Graham Greene wrote in his 1955 classic about Vietnam, “The Quiet American.” And it was with a focus on this that Anthony Bourdain kicked off the new season of “Parts Unknown.” The powerful sen...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
“The smell: that's the first thing that hits you,” Graham Greene wrote in his 1955 classic about Vietnam, “The Quiet American.” And it was with a focus on this that Anthony Bourdain kicked off the new season of “Parts Unknown.” The powerful sen...
By N/A, September 26, 2016
“The smell: that's the first thing that hits you,” Graham Greene wrote in his 1955 classic about Vietnam, “The Quiet American.” And it was with a focus on this that Anthony Bourdain kicked off the new season of “Parts Unknown.” The powerful sen...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Thousands of people gathered at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Saturday to celebrate the opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Streaming by the Washington Monument—not far from where Mart...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Thousands of people gathered at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Saturday to celebrate the opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Streaming by the Washington Monument—not far from where Mart...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Thousands of people gathered at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Saturday to celebrate the opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Streaming by the Washington Monument—not far from where Mart...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Basking in the glow of success from the recent publication of “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald dazzled the parties of the City of Lights and closed down the nightclubs in Montmartre. But Paris was also where he would slip deeper into the...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Basking in the glow of success from the recent publication of “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald dazzled the parties of the City of Lights and closed down the nightclubs in Montmartre. But Paris was also where he would slip deeper into the...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Basking in the glow of success from the recent publication of “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald dazzled the parties of the City of Lights and closed down the nightclubs in Montmartre. But Paris was also where he would slip deeper into the...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Basking in the glow of success from the recent publication of “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald dazzled the parties of the City of Lights and closed down the nightclubs in Montmartre. But Paris was also where he would slip deeper into the...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Basking in the glow of success from the recent publication of “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald dazzled the parties of the City of Lights and closed down the nightclubs in Montmartre. But Paris was also where he would slip deeper into the...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Basking in the glow of success from the recent publication of “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald dazzled the parties of the City of Lights and closed down the nightclubs in Montmartre. But Paris was also where he would slip deeper into the...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Basking in the glow of success from the recent publication of “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald dazzled the parties of the City of Lights and closed down the nightclubs in Montmartre. But Paris was also where he would slip deeper into the...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Basking in the glow of success from the recent publication of “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald dazzled the parties of the City of Lights and closed down the nightclubs in Montmartre. But Paris was also where he would slip deeper into the...
By N/A, September 24, 2016
Basking in the glow of success from the recent publication of “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald dazzled the parties of the City of Lights and closed down the nightclubs in Montmartre. But Paris was also where he would slip deeper into the...
By N/A, September 23, 2016
The Green Party of Paris is set to propose a nudist park at a city council meeting on Monday. According to Paris’s 372-member nudist association, the current nudist meetings on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at a local swimming pool are g...
By Carlye Wisel, September 23, 2016
If the quintessential family vacation is heading in multi-generational mass to visit Disney World, it’s no surprise it pops up from time to time with our favorite television families, too. On the season premiere of “Black-ish,” the Johnsons exp...
By Carlye Wisel, September 23, 2016
If the quintessential family vacation is heading in multi-generational mass to visit Disney World, it’s no surprise it pops up from time to time with our favorite television families, too. On the season premiere of “Black-ish,” the Johnsons exp...
By Melanie Lieberman, September 23, 2016
Before there were rolling, prairie-inspired vacation homes or teeny, tiny house-hotels, there was the “Futuro House.” In the late 1960s and early 1970s, a peculiar trend took off with some homeowners. A compact house designed by Matti Suuronen ...
By Erika Owen, September 23, 2016
Sure, extra towels and pillows can be great, but one traveler recently took strange hotel requests to a new level at The Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica, California. When Seth Freedland was asked if he had any special requests for his upcoming st...
By N/A, September 23, 2016
A Viking ship is nearing the final stop on its North American tour. This past April, the dragon-headed Draken Harald Hårfagre made a historic ocean crossing as it sailed from Haugesund, Norway, across the North Atlantic Ocean, making stops at t...
By N/A, September 23, 2016
Anyone who has traveled through Manhattan’s western gateway knows all too well the problems plaguing the Port Authority Bus Terminal. The station, built in 1950, has not been updated since 1979. In the years since, it’s been criticized as “out ...
By Carlye Wisel, September 23, 2016
By Carlye Wisel, September 23, 2016
By Carlye Wisel, September 23, 2016
By Carlye Wisel, September 23, 2016
By Carlye Wisel, September 23, 2016
By Carlye Wisel, September 23, 2016
By Erika Owen, September 23, 2016
There is no shortage of videos of whales across the internet, but this is one you'll definitely want to see. Explore.org, a website with a wealth of live cams following animals around the world, has set up cameras around British Columbia to cap...
By Erika Owen, September 23, 2016
There is much more to Peru than Machu Picchu (although, we highly recommend making that a stop on your trip). The country's capital of Lima—which is located just over 300 miles west of the UNESCO site—is a mix of historic colonial landmarks and mo...

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