Julia Shore

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Why archaeology needs to come out of the cave and into the digital age

Far from being stuck in a stuffy past, the unifying message of modern archaeology is vital for steering us towards a positive future<p>It’s nearly end-of-year “listicle” season, and 2016 has offered plenty of fascinating archaeological discoveries - my favourite is the Neanderthal-made stalagmite …

Editors' Choice: Our Favorite Hotels in Italy

Discover the hotels, all on our 2017 Gold List, that make an already-memorable trip to Italy even better.

10 gin cocktails you can make in minutes

Gin is more popular than ever, so it’s a good time to learn some simple serving options to take it to another dimension altogether. You don’t need …

The best mirrorless cameras of 2016

Mirrorless cameras are no longer the compromise they once were and are now viable options for both enthusiast and professional photographers as well …

Cameras

10 of Our Best Baking Lessons of the Year

Baking requires patient precision and a mastering of technique, yet it doesn't have to be difficult or out of reach. These 10 lessons were our most …

Avoid the crowds at these under-the-radar National Parks

When most people think of Colorado, they imagine pristine, snow-covered peaks and people gliding down the snow on skis or snowboards. However, there …

Ancient Earth Had More Than Two Magnetic Poles

The history Earth's magnetic field is more complicated than you think.<p>Most of us don't often think about Earth's magnetic field, but without it, humans and most other life would be unable to exist. Earth's magnetic field protects our planet from harsh radiation blasted out of the sun. It's …

Period pain: Scientists finally work out why menstruation hurts so much

Scientists have finally discovered why periods hurt so much, following a ground breaking study into menstrual pain.<p>Research has suggested PMS is …

Menstruation

5-Ingredient Parmesan Garlic Spaghetti Is What Solo Dinner Dreams Are Made Of

I am not exaggerating when I say nothing brings me more joy than the combination of pasta, garlic, and parmesan cheese. My undying love for that comfort food paired with my busy schedule means I make this parmesan garlic spaghetti recipe more often than I'd like to admit, and once you try it, I'm …

Recipes

This double-chocolate espresso cookie recipe is a must-make for any chocolate lover

When you're craving a little — or a lot — of chocolate, it's hard to turn down a double-chocolate espresso walnut cookie from Julienne in San Marino. The cookie recipe, which combines melted semisweet chocolate with chunks of bittersweet chocolate folded in at the last minute, makes for a cookie …

Make Dinner in 30 With These 17 Quick Pasta Recipes

More<p>Pasta<p>Essential techniques, recipes, and more!<p>Sure, there are times when I'm in the mood to spend all day on a pasta dish, be it a slow-cooked tomato sauce or a cheese- and meat-heavy lasagna Napoletana. But more often, pasta is my go-to for a quick weeknight dinner. Fortunately for me, it's …

Cheese and Herb Monkey Bread Recipe: Watch How to Make It - Great Ideas : People.com

<b>Cheese & Herb Monkey Bread</b><br>½ cup olive oil<br>½ cup shredded cheddar cheese<br>½ cup chopped parsley<br>½ cup crushed toasted almonds<br>½ cup grated parmesan<br>⅔ cup …

Unraveling a geological mystery using lasers from space

Drumlins and megaridges are all part of a single family of landforms formed by erosion, new research concludes. Shaped like an upturned boat, drumlin …

17 fascinating early photographs of Rome

Why You Should Visit These 8 Spanish Towns That Time Forgot

Spain is such a diverse European Country, from the breathtaking heights of Ronda, the vibrant culture of Salamanca to the freaking delicious …

Text in lost language may reveal god or goddess worshipped by Etruscans at ancient temple

"We know how Etruscan grammar works, what's a verb, what's an object, some of the words," Warden said. "But we hope this will reveal the name of the …

Long term vegetarian diet changes human DNA raising risk of cancer and heart disease

Long term vegetarianism can lead to genetic mutations which raise the risk of heart disease and cancer, scientists have found.<p>Populations who have had a primarily vegetarian diet for generations were found to be far more likely to carry DNA which makes them susceptible to inflammation.<p>Scientists in …

The world's first underwater Airbnb is coming to Paris

If you can't get to the end of Jaws without hiding behind the sofa, this may not be the holiday accommodation choice for you: Airbnb has unveiled its first underwater property - a bedroom in the shark tank of the Paris Aquarium.<p>A circular bed sleeping two is surrounded by a 360-degree glass wall, …

The bacteria in our guts may help determine who gets anxiety and depression

When interviewed, they said they felt less daily stress and their memories were sharper.<p>The brain benefits were subtle, but the results, reported at last year's annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, got attention.<p>That's because the pills were not a precise chemical formula synthesized by …

How are chocolate eggs made? A totally factual scientific explanation | Dean Burnett

Chocolate eggs are everywhere at Easter, but to produce them in such abundance involves some extreme and unpleasant scientific processes<p>It’s Easter. And what does Easter mean? Chocolate eggs all round. And also something to do with Jesus coming back to life, but it’s a lot harder (and somewhat …

Eggs

“Sisters of the Valley” Portraits of a Group of Nuns Who Grow Weed – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

Captivating series by photographers Shaughn Crawford and John DuBois (previously featured here). “Sisters of the Valley” takes us inside a group of …

Marijuana

The Ultimate List of Tokyo’s Unusual Museums

While the Edo Tokyo Museum or the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum are certainly cultural institutions everyone should visit if they have a chance, the …

From Stonehenge to Nefertiti—how high-tech archaeology is transforming our view of history

A recent discovery could radically change our views of one of the world's most famous archaeological sites, Tutankhamun's tomb. Scans of the complex …

'Sistine Chapel of the Middle Ages' reopens to public in Rome

ROME (Reuters) - A sixth-century church boasting a rare collection of early Christian art is reopening to the public in Rome after a restoration that took more than 30 years.<p>A visitor looks at frescoes inside the sixth-century Santa Maria Antiqua church in Rome, Italy, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Max …

Feast Your Eyes on This Sexy Spaceport — It Could Be the Future of Space Tourism

A lone spaceport out in the New Mexico desert, about 55 miles away from the nearest city, is poised to become the future hub for space tourism in the …

Climate Change Will Ruin Wine Eventually, So You May As Well Drink It All Now

Global warming is terrorizing our terroir.<p>We'll stop whining about climate change when it stops affecting our wine.<p>The warming climate is helping vineyards produce better wine. However, producers in Western Europe and beyond may have to move their production elsewhere if they want to stay in …

'Sistine Chapel of the Early Middle Ages' buried for a millenium by an earthquake reopens

A 1,500-year-old church which was buried under debris from an earthquake for more than a millennium has reopened to the public after a painstaking restoration of some of the world’s earliest Christian art.<p>The sixth-century church of Santa Maria Antiqua is located in the ancient Roman Forum, at the …

The One Change I Made To Overcome Years Of Depression & Anxiety

It’s commonly known that alcohol is a "depressant"—but the truth about how alcohol affects someone who suffers from depression is not often discussed.<p>…

50 Food & Recipe Infographics for Food Lovers

People don’t cook anymore, which is a shame. It’s a lost art, more so for certain generations than others (let’s not point fingers here) but to not …

Photographer Annie Leibovitz Captures Badass 'WOMEN' in a New Series

Among them are Malala Yousafzai, Gloria Steinem, and Laura Poitras.<p>Laura Poitras is a badass woman. Not only has she consistently delivered unprecedented perspective on the surveillance state through documentaries like <i>Citizenfour</i>, but her very first solo show is at the Whitney Museum of American …