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The best extreme outdoor adventures in America

There’s no need to leave the country to get your thrills. Hell, some urban adrenaline junkies don’t even leave their city. Whether your idea of …


Samsung's answer to Spotify is reportedly laying off dozens of employees

Up to 15% of Media Solutions Center America's staff of 250 have been laid off, according to the Hollywood news outlet's sources.<p>Milk Music was launched in May 2014, and it lets users stream music through curated genre-specific radio stations, similar to Pandora or Spotify. It replaced Music Hub, …

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Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Review<p>A deep dive on <i>Avengers</i> for those who've seen the movie.<p>By The Editors of GQ4 days agoView More<p>Restaurants<p>Yes, Bill Murray is one of them.<p>By …

Bollywood at Cannes – in pictures

Stars including Aishwarya Rai and Sonam Kapoor tread the red carpet at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival

Film Festivals

Is This The Real Life?

I’ve started a new project named “Is this the real life?” I combine my photography with some simple funny drawings.<p>This is me

Night Rio de Janeiro #anywayanyday #ontheroofs #brasil #rio #riodejaneiro

Video mapping is used to display a projection on the Hotel Sale which houses the Picasso Museum in Paris, as part of the 11th edition of the European museum night, on May 16, 2015. The European museum night was created in 2005 by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, with the closing time of the museums postponed to approximately one in the morning, allowing the public to visit the participating museums by night, for free. AFP Photo by Thomas Samson

North Korea's pyramid shaped 105-story Ryugyong Hotel towers over Pyongyang. The hotel has been under construction since 1987. @nytimes

There's nothing like nearly plummeting off the edge of a #cliff because you didn't quite make a tight turn. Right? We put together a gallery of wild #roads around the world that will get your adrenaline pumping, or at least give you a view like no other. Click the link in our profile to check them out. #TianmenMountain #China (Image: Corbis, Yi Lu)

Former Whitbread boss joins fight against food waste

Leisure industry heavyweight Alan Parker has invested in tech start-up Winnow, which helps commercial kitchens reduce waste<p>Alan Parker, the <b>former CEO of leisure giant Whitbread</b>, has taken a minority stake in food waste prevention start-up <b>Winnow</b>, joining its board to aid its mission to reduce waste …

Saturday links: the infrastructure age

<b>Book Q&A:</b> How the gluten-free trend ruined eating. A Q&A with <b>Alan Levinovitz</b> author of <i>The Gluten Lie: And Other Myths About What You Eat</i>. …


In photos: Asheville Wine & Food Festival’s Amuse tasting

<i>Story by Gina Smith</i><p>The 2015 Asheville Wine & Food Festival kicked off on Friday, May 1, with Amuse, a new event held at the Tony & Helen Morris …

Food Festivals

Photos of the Week: 5/16-5/22

This week we have photos of an 80-foot-high tire in Michigan, dozens of Siberian students smashed into a car, two volcanic eruptions, yet another nail house in China, synchronized swimmers in a pond at the Chelsea Flower Show, a view from the top of the 104-story One World Trade Center, cows on the …

Pac-Man's famous glitch is a main character in this new game

Houston reality stars and River Oaks' newest restaurant lead the week's most popular stories

<i>Editor’s note: Another week come and gone, so we’ve rounded up the five most popular stories on CultureMap from this past week:</i><p>1. Reality series</i> …

34 Gloriously Awkward Photos of Celebrities at Prom

#TBT!<p>Before they graduated to red carpets, stylists, and glam squads, many of our favorite A-listers had that same quintessential high school moment as the rest of us—and in many cases, all the awkwardness and, um, <i>interesting</i> fashion choices that come with it. Here, see #TBT prom portraits of …

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Celebrity Sightings of the Week

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Skully debuts AR helmet app while navigating delays

Skully CEO Marcus Weller stood in front of an crowd of customers that shelled out $1,500 to be one of the first recipients of the company's helmet with a heads up display and rear-facing camera to answer their questions. A few weeks ago Weller sent those backers a video message explaining that …

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The Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of May 18, 2015)

Read our top picks from The Daily Edition this week, including stories about ISIS’ takeover of Palmyra and Ramadi, the history of biker gangs in the U.S. and the latest from President Barack Obama on the Iran nuclear negotiations. We’ve also picked a few lighter stories to round out the list, like …

Far in southern #Thailand no sunset is ever the same. Here's just one of the beautiful ones that #LonelyPlanet writer @isabellamnoble witnessed a few weeks back whilst researching for the next edition of the guide. #KoSukorn #trangisislands #latergramme

Graduates toss their caps in the air at the conclusion of the commencement ceremony for the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 2015 in Annapolis, Maryland on May 22, 2015. Photograph by Kevin Lamarque—@reuters

A man walks through a tunnel that connects two buildings of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, in Houston, Texas. The tunnel, titled The Light Inside, is a work by American artist James Turrell. #APPhoto by Pat Sullivan #MuseumofFineArts #TheLightInside #Tunnel #JamesTurrell #Blue #Houston #Texas #PatSullivan

Day 11 at the Cannes Film Festival

Photographer Captures The 'Simpler Times' Of The 1960s With Hilarious Barbie Portraits

Friends lounge poolside, showing off carefully styled hair and colorful one-piece swimsuits. Though they’re kicking back, their poses are rigid, and they lean at uncomfortable angles. Come to think of it, their proportions are off, too; their legs stretch on and on, and their necks are implausibly …

A Global Museum: How Flipboard Can Help Bring a World of Ancient Wonders to Classrooms Half a World Away

Being born and raised in Australia, it was easy for me to feel isolated from the rest of the world, especially as I developed a love of history as a child. I recall my disappointment when I learnt that the lands of the Romans, Incas and Medieval Europe were on the other side of the world from where …

Gorgeous night on the Hudson. #NYC #HudsonRiver