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This Is The Tour Of Barcelona You've Been Waiting For

Barcelona GO! from Rob Whitworth on Vimeo.<p>It is no secret that Barcelona is a vibrant international destination, but the city has never looked livelier -- or lovelier -- than it does in these two minutes.<p>In the above video, photographer Robert Whitworth captures the true magic of the Spanish city …

Emirates Just Dropped $56 Billion to Order 150 Boeing 777Xs

Dubai airline Emirates finalized a $56 billion order to buy 150 Boeing 777X jets on Wednesday, firming up a commitment made last year, just weeks …

Private Memberships to Have Now (PHOTOS)

These days we're bombarded with must-have memberships, from chic collaborative offices to Netflix. In a globalized world, member-based organizations have never mattered—or meant—more. One possible reason? A growing number of entrepreneurs, no longer office bound, who are looking for spaces away …

Finding and Renting an Apartment in Europe

There are two routes you can choose from when you are looking for an apartment in Europe. You can use a direct booking website or you can go through a rental agency.<p><b>Direct Booking Websites</b><p>homeaway.com | VBRO.com|<p>greatrentals.com | roomorama.com|<p>airbnb.com<p>Direct booking websites such as the ones …

How Can I Travel Without Wrecking the Environment?

<i>A:</i><p>If we’re actually concerned about climate change and our contribution to it, should we really be flying all over the world to visit places for fun?<p>The simple answer is no. The International Council on Clean Transportation, a nonprofit that helps transportation industries around the world become …

City to Watch: Oakland Rising

<b>Oakland</b> is enjoying a moment in the sun right now, as evidenced by a recent spate of media hits and amorous outpourings on social networks. But after Nat Geo photographer Catherine Karnow and I spent time there on assignment, we both left convinced that the city’s ascent isn’t fleeting, but one …

Famed South Korean Photographer is Chief Suspect in Tragic Ferry Accident

On the 16th of April, 2014 the South Korean Ferry <i>Sewol</i>, which was carrying 476 people from Incheon towards Jeju at the time, capsized. Of the 476 …

NYPD Helicopter Narrowly Avoids Crashing Into Two Camera Drones

<i>Update: Initial reports that the ‘drones’ flew at the helicopter may not be entirely accurate. Click here to read our followup coverage.</i><p>Earlier this …

Tongue-In-Cheek Video Pokes Fun at What Not To Do When Shooting a Wedding

Getting into wedding photography can be stressful. And if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my years of shooting weddings, it’s that if something can …

Talented Doodler Gets Creative with Mirror Selfies in This Awesome Little Photo Series

We usually don’t condone mirror selfies, but for Norwegian doodler Mirrorsme, we’ll make an exception. Using various mirrors as canvases for her …

Yahoo!

Sorry, the page you requested was not found.<p>Please check the URL for proper spelling and capitalization. If you're having trouble locating a destination on Yahoo!, try visiting the <b>Yahoo! home page</b> or look through a list of <b>Yahoo!'s online services</b>. Also, you may find what you're looking for if you …

‘Psycho’ In Real Life: A Brooklyn Woman Slept With Her Mom’s Corpse For Three Years

Early this morning the New York Post reported on a story about Chava Stirn, a 28-year-old woman who had been living, sleeping, and sharing meals (sorta) with the corpse of her mom for three years. I usually get tired of hanging out with my mom’s dead body after visiting home for a week, but to each …

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' is a visual feast

If you want apes, you've come to the right place. If people are your passion, not so much.<p>That, in a nutshell, is the verdict on "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," the sequel to 2011's<p>"Rise of the Planet of the Apes,"the splendid rebooting of the saga of species in conflict that has been a …

Downtown Film Festival L.A. celebrates indie film and urban renewal

Downtown Los Angeles has a long history with the movies, dating back to the days when Harold Lloyd dangled from a clock tower in "Safety Last!" and neon-lighted movie palaces lined Broadway.<p>Much has changed since then — for the neighborhood and the movie business — but Downtown Film Festival Los …

Film Festivals

What's the Next Quinoa? Farmers, Foodies Revive Heritage Grains

Ancient grains and "orphan crops" like fonio and amaranth have advantages for farmers and consumers.<p><b>Once as popular as corn in Mexico, amaranth was more or less forgotten for centuries before its recent revival there and in other countries. Now, the crop’s edible seeds could be "the new</b> …

New blood test is an early warning system for Alzheimer's disease

Of all the tragic things that come with Alzheimer's disease, its tendency to sneak up on people is one of the toughest to deal with. That's because by the time the condition is even <i>detectable</i>, there's a good chance it's already too late to turn back the tide. Earlier diagnoses could mean the …

New fossil find reveals tiny hedgehog the size of your thumb

Researchers in British Columbia have unearthed a 52 million year old fossil of the smallest hedgehog known to science.<p>The animal was fully grown when it died, and just two inches long -- about the length of your thumb. The research team named it <i>Silvacola acares</i>, which means "tiny forest …

The First “Potentially Habitable” Exoplanet Was Probably Just a Sunspot

Oops<p>Way back in 2010, Gliese 581g made waves as “the Goldilocks planet”. It was the first planet scientists found within the habitable zone—the region around a star where it’s not too hot and not too cold for liquid water to endure on a planet’s surface. But after the initial excitement about …

BBQ USA

• <b>Author:</b> Steven Raichlen<p>Steven Raichlen, a national barbecue treasure and author of The Barbecue! Bible, How to Grill, and other books in the Barbecue! Bible series, embarks on a quest to find the soul of American barbecue, from barbecue-belt classics-Lone Star Brisket, Lexington Pulled Pork, K.C. …

Money 101: Tips for Exchanging Currency Before a Trip

Exchanging money before a trip abroad can be a little confusing -- we get questions all the time about how to avoid certain fees and get the best rate. Here are our tried-and-true currency tips to keep in mind, no matter where you're going.<p><b>1. Know the Exchange Rate Before You Go</b><p>This will help you …

National Park Coastlines

See photos of U.S. national park coastlines (including Acadia, Hawaii Volcanoes, Channel Islands, and more) in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

Watch How Cheese Is Made at Neal's Yard Dairy

Here's a short video, produced by FoodieTV and shot by the team behind The Perennial Plate, that takes a look at the <b>art of cheese making</b> at <b>Neal's Yard Dairy</b> in London. The beautifully shot behind-the-scenes film covers the entire process from when the cheese is nothing more than milk, through the …