Michaela Meyers

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Michael Phelps' Final Turn

With his curtain call weeks away, the greatest swimmer of all time hopes to put his nightmares behind him and embrace life on dry land.<p>“The way they …

Michael Phelps

Lines Dividing Rich And Poor Captured With Drones

For his new project “Unequal Scenes” Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller used a drone to show the inequality that exists in the Republic of …

South Africa

From Monty Python to Children of Men: Battersea Power Station in films

As London’s landmark former power station is redeveloped, the memory of its famous towers and desolate post-industrial image will live on in the movies, from the Beatles’ Help! to The Dark Knight

Monty Python

9-Year-Old Wedding Photographer That Brides Are Demanding

Meet Regina Wyllie – a Scotland-based 9-year-old wedding photographer who is definitely going places. Ever since she was 3 years old and she tagged …

Wedding Photography

20 surprising effects that getting more sleep has on your mind and body

If you have a few days off this summer, one of the best things you can do with your time is fix your sleeping habits. Just let yourself sleep naturally during those days and see how much you really need.<p>For at least 40% of the US population that isn't getting the recommended seven to nine hours a …


Muhammad Ali: A Life in Pictures


The iconic moment Muhammad Ali lit Olympic flame in Atlanta almost didn’t happen

In one of the most indelible and stirring of Olympic images, Muhammad Ali, suffering then from Parkinson’s Disease, lit the flame during the Opening Ceremonies for the 1996 Games in Atlanta.<p>The poignant moment featuring Ali, a boxing gold medalist in the 1960 Games in Rome, almost didn’t happen, …


Global Tributes to Muhammad Ali, ‘Champion’ and 20th Century ‘Titan’

From rival sportsmen to world leaders, the world paused Saturday to remember Muhammad Ali — hailing him not only as a “giant” of the boxing ring but also “a true champion for all.”<p>The 74-year-old boxer and civil rights champion died Friday from respiratory complications after a three-decade battle …


12 Brilliantly Literary Hotels for Book Lovers

Add this grand, dramatic hotel set in a palace built in 1894 to your bucket list, not just for the regal digs, but for the massive library, which …

Christopher Walken Talks Career and That 'More Cowbell' Sketch

Veteran actor looks back on working with everyone from Woody Allen to Madonna and Tarantino, and that famous 'SNL' skit<p>For a while, Christopher …

How Jodie Foster stays one of the most ‘real’ stars in Hollywood

For Jodie Foster, the roles are always serious. Over a fifty-year career, the actress/director has pursued substance over fame, fluff and fatuousness.<p>For Jodie Foster, the roles are always serious. Over a fifty-year career, the actress/director has pursued substance over fame, fluff and fatuousness.<p>…

Jodie Foster

Singalongs and shenanigans with the authors at the young adult reading festival Yallwest

It’s rare when you get to see a bestselling author don a large pirate hat and yell, “Y’all means all. Pee where you want to but not on each other!” onstage, but Margaret Stohl (“Black Widow: Forever Red”) did just that, speaking out against North Carolina’s anti-LGBT law. Or see<p>Pulitzer …

The Science of Speed Reading: How Well Does It Actually Work?

Learn the science behind whether or not speed reading actually works.<p>https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/science-of-speed-reading<p>article

This Man Has Been Living On Cruise Ships for Twenty Years

Mario Salcedo took his first cruise almost twenty years ago—and never stopped.<p>There’s a home-made sign on deck 11 of Royal Caribbean’s <i>Navigator of the Seas</i> that reads ‘Super Mario’s Office’. Every morning, a dapper, tanned passenger perches there, quietly tapping away at his keyboard. An office …