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America, Here Are Your Presidential Nominees

Hillary Clinton officially clinched the Democratic nomination Monday, ahead of this week’s contests in California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Montana, …

Overwhelmed? 10 ways to feel less busy

You can’t do it all, so try Oliver Burkeman’s tips to reclaim your time and your sanity<p>Work isn’t working; that much seems clear. If you’re a human being with a job and you don’t feel unpleasantly busy yourself, you almost certainly know several people who do, and who rarely stop mentioning it. The …

The 10 Places Everyone Should Visit Before They Die

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and every traveler has their own idea of what constitutes a must-visit destination. Some people geek out on …

This Clever Bubble Tent Lets You Enjoy Nature's Best Views

Take in the beauty of the great outdoors without sacrificing comfort.<p>The entire point of going camping is to spend quality time with Mother nature. So why is it that most tents rudely block her (and the stars!) out at night? Holleyweb clearly doesn't see any reason to limit nature's beauty to …

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Why Science Is Ultimately Spiritual, and Vice Versa

Despite attempts to reconcile science with the long history of spirituality, a gulf still exists between them--a totally unnecessary one. There is only one reality, and science differs from spirituality only in its style of describing what is real. If this is true, then it's not simply an option to …

How to Visit Atlanta Like a Movie Star

Eleven ways to follow in the footsteps of Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Lady Gaga, and more.<p>Georgia is no stranger to the stars: It has the …

Why Don't Americans Travel Internationally?

We seem to be in an isolated bubble, where Americans are afraid of the unknown, or even worse just don't care. I've met Americans that can't locate Australia on a map, warned me not to get sold into sex slavery in Thailand, and come across a few that think Tokyo is the capital of China.<p>"Danke," the …

Urban Industrial: Loft Apartment in Jersey City Turns to Vivacious Color

Finding that pleasing balance between modern urban refinement, a bold splash of color, textural contrast and a strong element of industrial design, …

Dream House in Ibiza, Spain

A luxurious dream house on a steep cliff in Ibiza, Spain.<p>Back in 2002, Belgian architecture firm AABE was commissioned to design house ‘AIBS’, a …

Top North Texas builders lay out all the trendy home features for 2016

The 2015 real estate market in Dallas-Fort Worth went down in the books as the best in three decades, and year-end housing construction numbers …

A Hilarious Way To Cut Out All The Bad People In Your Life This New Year

If your New Year's resolution is to cut bad people out of your life, you'll probably need your BFF's help.<p>Creators and stars of the web series #HotMessMoves Ashley Skidmore and Lyle Friedman teamed up with Loft to create "#CleanSlate," a hilarious (yet honest) take on keeping New Year's …

Google Hires Fashion Expert Ivy Ross To Head Glass

Ivy Ross is being tasked with making the wearable technology attractive to the style-conscious masses.<p>Google Glass can do everything from snap photos to aid navigation. But one thing it can’t do–so far, at least–is make you look cool. Outside nerdy tech niches, most are reluctant to embrace the …

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You know the sort of place. It’s a tiny enclave just outside a major city. Up along the coastline. There are only a limited number of houses and …

14 Colorful Ideas for Your Bathroom

Don't overlook this space in your house.<p>Don't overlook this space in your house — add some color, whether it's through tile, wallpaper, or even your towels.

My hero: Dennis the Menace by Steven Butler

I was a miserably illiterate child. Riddled with it. Stuffed full of the inability to read or write.<p>It wasn't just that I was extremely poor at the basics of the English language, I despised it. Books were a threatening source of stress and classroom embarrassment. Steven Butler wanted NOTHING to …