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The Week in Review: Global Sea Levels Could ‘More Than Double’

An “unstoppable ice collapse” in the Antarctic could cause sea levels to rise at an extreme rate by the end of the century, according to new research released this week. The study, published in the Journal Nature on Wednesday, suggests major coastal cities including New York, London and Sydney …

Global Warming

Coachella 2016: 5 Ways to Follow Along on Flipboard

Coachella Weekend 1 is here and officially kicks off “festival season” in the United States. If you’re lucky enough to be going to the event, you’re looking at a Guns & Roses reunion, LCD Soundsystem’s return from retirement, a surprise performance from Kesha and more music than is humanly possible …

Coachella

5 Things To Follow For Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary

Saturday marks 400 years since the death of British playwright William Shakespeare. Shakespeare is widely regarded as one the greatest writers in the English language, and his works have long been studied and performed by millions across the globe.<p>Famous both in his own lifetime and long after, …

William Shakespeare

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of April 18, 2016)

This week was filled with great loss and great celebration. The world lost a great artist and icon in Prince, who passed away at 57. We also marked the 90th birthday of England’s longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II and a celebration of William Shakespeare, 400 years after his death.<p>There …

Queen Elizabeth II

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week of June 13)

Two big events created the most news in the tech world this week. Apple hosted their annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, announcing a host of new releases and updates including iOS 10, changes to Apple Watch, a revamp of iMessage and a redesign of Apple Music.<p>In Los …

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Air Serbia launches a direct flight between New York and Belgrade

Air Serbia has launched its first transatlantic route, establishing for the first time in 24 years a direct link between the country and the US by a Serbian-operated air service.<p>The service will connect Belgrade and New York with support from its equity partner, Etihad Airways, which holds a 49% …

Swiss-made solar-powered plane makes epic transatlantic crossing

A Swiss plane has made the first ever solo transatlantic crossing, arriving in Spain on Thursday morning after a 70-hour flight from New York powered only by the sun’s light.<p>“”I can’t take it in, it is so fantastic!” Swiss pilot Piccard told the plane’s mission control centre in Monaco as the plane …

Norway’s twisted Atlantic Ocean Road is named best summer drive in Europe

The beautiful and twisted Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway has been named as the ultimate summer driving experience in Europe following a survey designed to identify what appeals most to travellers.<p>The 5.2 mile stretch of scenic coastal road was chosen as top pick by Psychologist Dr. David Holmes who …

10 reasons to put Jeonju on your bucket list

Jeonju ranks among South Korea’s most popular destinations for Korean travellers. With its historic architecture and buzzing food scene – the city was named a Unesco City of Gastronomy in 2012 – it’s easy to see why. For foreign travellers it’s still flying under the radar, but as word spreads, …

Isle of Arran celebrating top spot with highest rated island hotels in Europe

The Greek islands may still be the dream destination for holiday-makers looking for splendid isolation – but one small Scottish island has just topped them all.<p>The Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde, has been voted as having the best hotels amongst all European islands in an annual survey carried …

Walk this way: exploring Greece's lesser-known north

This self-guided walking itinerary takes you from remote mountain villages to cliff-top monasteries, via the world's deepest gorge. Set out on foot to explore this lesser-known region of northern Greece...<p>‘I want you to try everything,’ says Elli Papageorgiou, emerging from the kitchen of her small …

Who’s The Guy With The Big Head On 77th Street?

There he sits, unnoticed, at the edge of Central Park: a flop of hair across his forehead, chin up, eyes blazing. He doesn’t have a body, just a torso resting on a pedestal that says, in simple, bold block letters: HUMBOLDT. No first name, like he’s <i>that</i> famous.<p>Humboldt? Humboldt who? About 150 …

City Halls