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Faith-fueled forces of hatred: Obama’s religion speech was troubling — but not for the reasons the right alleges

It’s not that religion gets twisted and misused for evil. The cruelty is embedded in the very texts<p>Every February at the Washington Hilton we witness a seemingly innocuous yet in fact troubling event that furthers hidebound traditions poisonous to our politics and inimical to our progress: the …

The New Flipboard Gets Personal with Over 30,000 Topics to Follow

We’re on a quest to create the world’s best personal magazine, and today’s update—the third generation of Flipboard—builds on our core tenets. The …

One of the biggest seafood chains from US (and the world) has finally reached our shores! Red Lobster opened in intermark with a bang and we paid a visit to their very first outpost in the region. Find out what we had on link on profile - http://bit.ly/1sjx7xG @officialredlobster

Top 10 glamorous A-list destinations

Hoping to catch a glimpse of the rich and famous on your next trip? Unfortunately for any aspiring celeb-spotter, those celebs are stealthy types and really aren't interested in being spotted, so while some getaway locales never change, new under-the-radar destinations keep popping up around the …

The best countries for food

Food and travel go together like planes and airports. No matter where you go you'll have little trouble finding at least one culinary experience that will help you understand the local culture. In some countries the food is <i>the</i> highlight, drawing many a foodie to its borders, like a moth to a flame. …

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Top 20 free things to do in Paris

City of love, fashion capital, literary paradise… Paris has many different guises. And while museum entry can be steep and fine dining comes at a premium, the French capital can also be a cheap date.<p>Whether you go weak at the knees for soaring church spires or want to rub elbows at an authentic …

Staying out of the rain

"We take a design and production approach that blends both the technical and the organic," declares Mazama (@shopmazama), a collective of six craftspeople in Portland, Oregon, that produces a variety of ceramics by hand and shares the process on Instagram. "We take our inspiration from those studios and the people whose love of their craft was what fueled their commitment to creating." "We all have a creative background, ranging from industrial design to fashion and interior design," says Casey Keasler, one of the studio's artists. "We were all on Instagram with personal accounts, so it only seemed natural to have a Mazama account." Instagram gives Mazama a way to share everyday scenes from around the studio, and photos and videos of the creation process cultivate a deeper appreciation for their craft. Casey explains, "It's been a wonderful tool to share our ceramics and the process with a wider community." To see more photos and videos from the Mazama studio, follow @shopmazama. Video by @shopmazama

On Sunday, the 2014 Winter Olympics officially came to a close. Over the past two weeks athletes from 88 different countries competed in Sochi, Russia, before thousands of fans. Spectators and athletes alike captured some of Sochi 2014’s finest moments, from The Opening Ceremony to life in the Olympic village and from the events themselves to, finally, the Closing Ceremony. The Closing Ceremony celebrated Russia’s rich artistic heritage, with references to Kandinsky and Chagall, music by Rachmaninoff, Rubinstein, and Vladimir Horowitz, as well as Ballet from the Bolshoi. As the games came to an end, Sochi officially passed the torch to South Korea for 2018. To view more photos and videos from the Sochi Winter Olympics opening ceremony, tap the blue location text above and browse the #Sochi2014 hashtag. Photo by @shannagan

The Association of Surfing Professionals (@ASP) kicks off its Samsung Galaxy 2014 ASP World Championship Tour Saturday in Australia's Gold Coast. The world's best male and female surfers will take to the water to compete for the highest scores from judges considering level of difficulty, innovation, variety, speed, power and flow. Whether you're attending the Quiksilver (@quiksilver) and Roxy (@roxy) Pros or simply getting a surf session in with friends, keep these tips from ASP photographers Kirstin Scholtz (@kirstinscholtz) and Kelly Cestari (@kc80) in mind: Early morning and late afternoon are the most magical times to shoot surfing. Nothing will end a water session quicker than a leak; protect your water housing from any possible damage. Build a good working relationship with the surfers so they trust you not to ruin their wave and you trust them not to injure you. Shooting from behind the wave can make the face look steeper and the wave bigger; shooting from above makes it look smaller and flatter. For more photos and videos from the Quiksilver and Roxy Pro, tap the blue location text above and follow competing surfers @rissmoore10, @mfanno, @kellyslater and @courtneyconlogue. Photo by @kirstinscholtz

A Philosophy Website

Talking includes teaching, which involves listening as well. I write mainly books, with only a few articles. The books are listed in the section of …

Norman Mailer

She wrote the most important astrophysics PhD of the 20th century yet hardly anyone knows her name... http://t.co/4Py4KQxGCP (via @Dymaxion)

How Not To Worry: Timeless 1934 Advice on Controlling Anxiety and Mastering Life

As far as vintage finds go, they hardly get more fortuitous than <b>You Can Master Life</b> (<i>public library</i>) — a marvelous 1934 compendium of sort-of-philosophical, sort-of-self-helpy, at times charmingly dated, other times refreshingly timeless advice on cultivating “the power to think, to create, to …