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Are You a Modern Muse?

What is a muse? By definition, A) a guiding spirit; B) a source of inspiration; C) a poet.<p>In honor of all the muses (at least those present in New York), the beauty giant __Estée Lauder Companies Inc.__threw a big bash at the __Guggenheim Museum,__under <b>James Turrell’s</b> undulating …

Slideshow: 2014 BMW M6 Competition Pack


Slideshow: Caterham AeroSeven concept

From the Field: Providing Care for Children in Cambodia

<i>Our Asia and Middle East Program Manager, Joe Harrison, is currently traveling in Southeast Asia, visiting Direct Relief’s partners who treat people</i> …

Top 20 U.S. Small Hotels: Andrew Harper's Picks (Photos)

Best Small Hotels<p>Too many hotels to choose from? Andrew Harper rounds up the best luxury, small hotels in America.<p>09.09.13 5:00 PM ET

Watch Lea Michele Dedicate Her Teen Choice Award to Cory Monteith

Major tear alert, Gleeks. Yesterday, Lea Michele made her first public appearance — wearing a "Cory" necklace, no less — at the Teen Choice Awards since the July 13 death of co-star-turned-boyfriend Cory Monteith. While Michele won an award for Choice TV Actress: Comedy, it wasn't the awards' …

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A member of Tacoma's second-grade basketball team, the Washington Evolution, demonstrates his dribbling skills. The Evolution won the AAU national basketball championship in Memphis in June. Photograph by Finlay MacKay for TIME. To read Sean Gregory's story about our obsession with youth sports, pick up the current issue, or visit #TIMEMagazine

Just southwest of Paris, France, lies the Château de Versailles—one of the world’s most famous palaces. Versailles is known not just for its lavish decor and architecture, but also as a historic symbol for the country. The court of Versailles was the center of political power in France starting when Louis XIV moved there from Paris in 1682. In October 1789, the royal family was forced to leave Versailles when a mob of mostly female revolutionaries stormed the palace and essentially evicted Louis XVI and his queen, Marie-Antoinette. The Château now serves as a museum and one of France’s biggest tourist attractions, with more than three million people visiting the grounds each year. Today, Versailles had a special visit from the Tour de France (@letourdefrance), which began its final day at the palace en route to the finish line tonight along the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris. To see more photos of the palace, be sure to tap the blue location text above. Photo by @heathermitchell7

Check out this great example of Zaha Hadid's curvaceous glory at Galaxy Soho / Zaha Hadid Architects, by Hufton + Crow

On the Red Couch with Jessica Alba

Inside Flipboard / February 1, 2013<p>Jessica Alba—the name inspires swooning from both sexes. Even our Flipboards fluttered a few pages when we sat …


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Sunday Sweets: Ombre Treats

Everywhere I go, I see ombre -- ombre nails, ombre dresses, ombre flowers, ombre tomatoes. My friends are even starting to get their hair done in …

Spumoni Mousse Cake

Okay. Calling this <i>cake</i> is a bit of a misnomer. Yes, it's cake-shaped with stacked layers made for slicing and it's even frosted, but there's nary a …

Vintage Lace Cupcakes - How to Make Textured Lace Cupcakes by Cupcake Addiction

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You've got to hand it to a baker who can knuckle down and bring a touch of class to a "Finger Football" cake:<p>Offhand I'd say s/he nailed the look …