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Amateur archaeologists are finding lost Roman roads using lasers

“Latest News – NEW ROAD DISCOVERED,” reads David Ratledge’s page on the Roman Roads Research Association. “After only 45 years of searching, I have at long last found the Roman Road from Ribchester to Lancaster!”<p>Ratledge, an amateur archaeologist, has indeed been looking for evidence of Roman roads …

Archaeology

Olivia Munn Shows Sword Skills in Funny Video with Ryan Reynolds - It's Psylocke vs. Deadpool!

<b>Olivia Munn</b> shows off her bad-ass sword fighting skills alongside <b>Ryan Reynolds</b> in this funny video posted to her Instagram account.<p>The 35-year-old …

'Star Trek' TV series signs Bryan Fuller as showrunner

The upcoming <i>Star Trek</i> TV series has found the perfect captain.<p>After 15 years, Bryan Fuller (<i>Hannibal</i>, <i>Pushing Daisies</i>) is returning to command the …

5 Tea Trends You Need to Try

As the resident tea aficionado at Eat This, Not That!, it’s rare to see me without a mug of tea in my hands. I’ve seen so many people benefit from …

Trends

The 39 most hilariously bad Amazon movie reviews

For the past few years Joe Grabinksi has chronicled the most hilariously bad Amazon reviews of popular movies.<p>He's good at it, too. Grabinski's Twitter account, "Amazon Movie Reviews," has amassed over 150,000 followers, and even helped him launch his own podcast where he talks to filmmakers about …

Movie Reviews

The Exquisite Beauty of Japan’s New Year’s Geishas

On the stone-paved streets of Gion, a quiet district in Kyoto lined with wood-latticed teahouses, photographers captured a striking tableau today: stiff black wigs, pinned with falling orchids; white-painted necks with stripes of skin left exposed. Here, dozens of <i>geiko</i> (Kyoto’s geishas) had …