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Smart-Home and Other Convenience Updates That Add Resale Value

Concern over real estate as an investment in Australia; Zika having little impact on Miami Beach market; and more news from around the world<p>Whether …

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A new service will sell all your old stuff for you and take a cut of the profits

When you want to sell your old smartphone, where do you go? There's eBay, Craiglist, or a gadget re-seller like Gazelle. What about a chair you don't want anymore? Or a game console?<p>In a sea of online marketplaces for selling everything imaginable, a new startup called Sell It Easy wants to make …

The Secret to the Creamiest, Dreamiest Hummus

You could be making better hummus.<p>If it strikes you as a little weird that hummus received top billing as our 2015 Dish of the Year, then, well, you haven’t had chef Michael Solomonov’s. The incredibly rich, ineffably smooth version that he dishes up at Dizengoff, his bustling Philadelphia …

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19 Foods That Aren't Actually Food

Bottom line: Even though you can buy these foods at the grocery store, that doesn't mean you should. Find out how many ingredients it takes to make a fake blueberry—and see what else made our list to find out what should stay off of yours.<p><b>Pasteurized Cheese Snack</b><br>Cheese faking is an art nearly as …

Through Instagram, it's possible to visit every corner of the globe through photos and videos. We asked three people to share their favorite Instagrammers from another country. "I love that people have the chance to notice the beauties around them that often tend to go unnoticed," says Neda Monem (@nedamonem), an English teacher and musician in Tehran, Iran. Neda's favorite Instagrammer outside Iran is Spanish food photographer Aiala Hernando (@aialahernando). "I like following people with a unique style," she explains, "especially if their feeds make me hungry." What started as a hobby “has become one of the most powerful ways of connecting with amazing people," says Aiala, who travels the world but calls San Sebastián home. Aiala recommends April Flores (@aprilflores). "April makes me feel emotions with her photos, like each of her pictures has a beautiful story behind it." "In college I studied chemistry and I dream of someday becoming a botanist somewhere with an ocean and big beautiful mountains," says April, Brooklyn-based founder of home goods collection @native_kind. April offered documentary photographer Brian Nyongesa (@briannyongesa) as her favorite Instagrammer abroad. "When I look at his photos I feel as if I was there experiencing those moments as well. He captures people in their natural essence so beautifully.”