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5 Leading Theories of What Dreams Actually Are

The earliest recorded dream is from the Sumerian king Dumuzi of Uruk, who ruled just before Gilgamesh, sometime around 2500 BC. “An eagle seizes a …

Luminous Travel Photography From all around the World

Adrian Red is a young Hungarian photographer who spent most of his life in Austria before moving to Dubai. He uses both his talents of web designer …

Photography

America's Only Humor Site

Sometimes it’s the smallest details that turn out to be the most insane to get right.<p>60<p>By CRACKED Readers<br>• /<br>• May 28, 2018<p>Let's talk about olive oil, …

Ice Cream

Get Hex and RGB Values For Any Color With a Google Search

Want to convert an RGB color value to a hex code in a hurry? Don’t bother firing up Photoshop. You can do it directly from Google by simply searching …

The Beautiful and Terrifying Behavior of the Most Active Metal in the World

For practical purposes, the metal Cesium can be found in spacecraft propellant, radiation devices that treat cancer and atomic clocks. For …

Chemistry

10 Literary References in Cartoons You Might Have Missed

Used as both a teaching device and a subtle nod to adult viewers, literary references have long been a keystone feature in cartoons. Here are some …

Exclamation-Point-Worthy? Buenos Aires!

I had been hearing about “the steak” for three years. My boyfriend, Andy, took a trip to Buenos Aires and has been raving about the Argentine beef he had at La Cabrera Norte ever since. So when I finally made it to the South American hot spot a few weeks back, I had to try this by now almost …

Top 10 Argentina for first-timers

Round up the best of Argentina – the wine, the fishing, the tango, the mountaineering, the skiing, the literature, the beef, the architecture, the clubbing – and you have the building blocks for one of the most exciting journeys you’ll ever take. No joke. While so many things in Argentina are …

Volcanoes and vegetables: Tales from Equador

A pint-sized dish of cevichocho, served on the street in Otavalo, sparked one of those ah-hah moments so unexpected it caught me unawares.<p>By the time we the three of us parked near the town's famous craft market, lunch time had come and gone. Heading down the block we passed a group of teenagers in …

South America

Meet the Empanadas of Latin America

"Live rabbits hopped out of some of the large empanadas; birds fluttered from others." That's how food historian Rachel Laudan, in her book <i>Cuisine and Empire</i>, describes a feast eaten by Hernán Cortés and the Spanish Viceroy in Mexico City in 1538. Among the myriad dishes at the three-day feast were …

Here's the Best Restaurants in Buenos Aires You Should Try

<b>You’ll Also Want to Be Sure to Read:</b><p>I had a chance to try some of the best restaurants in Buenos Aires on my recent visit, at least as judged by my …

16 images of Buenos Aires that show what happens when there’s no limit to street art

Local and foreign street-art talents are attracted to Buenos Aires by the abundance of blank walls and abandoned buildings, as well as the support …

21 Reasons You Should Visit Buenos Aires

With its wide, European-style boulevards, incredible food, raucous nightlife, Buenos Aires is a city unlike any other.<p>And while Argentina once again finds itself in economic limbo, its capital remains a vibrant place to visit. The current exchange rate makes it relatively inexpensive for foreign …

Where to Learn, Shop, and Dance the Tango in Buenos Aires

<i>Don't stand on the sidelines. Strap on your hot new tango shoes and join the dance party.</i><p><i>By Berit Baugher for Fathom</i><p>From the back street brothels of Buenos Aires to the stages of Paris, the seductive national dance of Argentina has come a long way. When you're in town, don't stand on the sidelines …

A perfect day in Buenos Aires

Long called the Paris of South America, Buenos Aires is exactly that, and yet so, so much more besides. Granted, this is a city of wide boulevards and French-styled palaces, but it is one too of wildly exciting innovations and new styles. From the opening of state-of-the-art museums like the MALBA, …

Essential Buenos Aires: Where to Eat and Drink If You Go to Argentina's Capital

There aren't many places in the world where you can get down with a juicy piece of grass-fed beef, indulge in a multi-course chef's tasting menu, and drink an excellent bottle of wine, all for under 30 dollars. Oh, Buenos Aires, you are a frugal food lover's paradise.<p>If you asked me when I first …

10 reasons to love Buenos Aires right now. http://www.forbes.com/sites/annabel/2015/02/05/10-reasons-to-love-buenos-aires-right-now/

Buenos Aires,Hotels,Bed and breakfasts,Budget travel,Argentina,South America,Travel,Top 10s,City breaks<p>Buenos Aires is not the bargain basement of a decade ago, but you can still stay in style while still leaving enough pesos to enjoy the nightlife. Here are 10 characterful hotels and B&Bs<p>Buenos …

Buenos Aires: Ancient meets modern in a boutique barrio

Central Buenos Aires can feel overpowering at first sight, and not just because of the thudding traffic along its multi-lane avenues. Its …

The Urbanist’s Buenos Aires: Where to Eat

Steak, No Steak <i><br>It’s hard not to head straight for a big fat ojo de bife in B.A. But beef is far from the only option here. Local foodies offer</i> …

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4 things Americans can learn from Chileans

1. Greater consciousness of indigenous past<p>Aside from a quick nod to Squanto on Thanksgiving (who, frankly, may as well be that holiday’s equivalent …

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