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5 Private Islands You Can Rent

Why settle for a private swath of sand when you can have an entire island to yourself?<p>Why settle for a private swath of sand when you can have an entire island to yourself? <i>Via TownandCountryMag.com</i><p>Photograph courtesy of Musha Cay & the Islands of Copperfield Bay

The Biggest Closet in America

A fashion dream gleans an unexpected use.<p><b>Update, 12/11:</b> Your dream of owning the largest closet in America can now officially come true: Theresa Roemer's home (fully equipped with the now infamous three story closet) has just been listed on the market, according to Curbed. For a cool $12 million, …

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10 Ways To Reduce Chemicals In Your Life with Coconut Oil | Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

Coconut oil might have been the most-talked-about-oil in 2013, and newsflash: it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Are you trying to reduce harsh …

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Beach Bunnies Take Note: The Hawaiian Trend Surfs Home

We're filled with aloha for this season's Hawaiian craze! Rash guards are the latest "it" bathing suits, surfer style is riding the runways, and now …

Wimbledon fashion: a history – in pictures

Wimbledon is tightening its dress code this year, with stricter rules on 'almost entirely white' clothing – these shots from 130 years of pushing tennis style boundaries offer some pointers

A Little Girl Wrote Google A Letter Asking To Give Her Dad A Day Off, And Google Responded

Here's some advice on how to get some time off from work: Have your daughter send a really cute letter to your employer, asking them to give you a day off.<p>Bonus points if the letter is written in crayon.<p>One little girl decided to give her dad a hand. She wrote his employer, which happens to be …

Sharks, Whales and Rays: The Other Galapagos Mascots

Wildlife<p><i>Alizé Carrère is a National Geographic Young Explorer who travels the globe to illuminate both animals and humans in their amazing adaptability. In the Galapagos Islands, she contends, the land animals aren’t the only ones worth attention.</i><p>Photograph by Alizé Carrère<p>For many, mention of the …

Emma Stone And Andrew Garfield Are Still The Best At Dealing With Paparazzi

It’s really nice to see a couple of young Hollywood stars not only so seemingly in love with each other, but also so in touch with the things that really matter. Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield were out and about in New York City today, and obviously the paparazzi were in full force following them …

Murrine Core: Loren Stump's Sliced Glass 'Paintings' Mark the Intersection of Art and Craft

Reportedly developed some four millenia ago and revived by Italian artisans in the 16th Century, <i>murrine</i> is among those crafts that long predates the …

Photograph of the Milky Way Taken Out the Window of an Airplane Above the Atlantic

One of the standard cliché Instagram shots that gets ridiculed on occasion is the plane wing photographs, usually accompanied by some clouds or a …

Love in the Time of Padlocks: Has a Craze on the World’s Bridges Gone Too Far?

Clipping locks to bridges as love tokens started in Paris and spread. Is it getting out of hand?<p>In a city where it has known no bounds, love now has a weight limit. Shortly after 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 8, a railing of the Pont des Arts—a pedestrian bridge in Paris that spans the Seine River near …

The 5 Phases of How to Quit Sugar for Good

Thinking about entering sugar rehab? Good thought. Here's how to tackle the seemingly impossible task.<p>Suspect you're hooked on the sweet stuff? It's time to restore your brain to its pre-sugar-fiend state. Resetting your palate and eradicating cravings isn't easy, but it is possible. Instead of …

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The Sleep Schedules Of 27 Of History’s Greatest Minds

The science of sleep and its glorious effects on creativity, productivity, and sanity gets a lot of press these days. That said, the sleep habits of some of your favorite writers, musicians, and artists may surprise you a little.<p>The bedtimes and rising times of history’s greatest minds are …

Surprisingly Emotive Photographs Capture 100-Year-Old Human Bodies Up Close

Photographer Anastasia Pottinger‘s recent viral project began when she was offered up an interesting proposition for a photoshoot; one that was very …

Dogs at War: Caesar, One of the First Marine Dogs in the Pacific

For centuries military dogs have played important roles on the battlefield.<p><i>Editor's Note: This is the second in a five-part series.</i><p><b>On one morning in November 1943, in the jungles of the Pacific island of Bougainville, Marine PFC Rufus Mayo was in a panic, scanning the scene around him. Desperate</b> …

Cannes Cannes: The Best Film Festival Fashion 2014

As celebs flock to the South of France to fête the biggest films of the season, see every fabulous look from the chic photocalls to the glamorous red carpet.<p>As celebs flock to the South of France to fête the biggest films of the season, see every fabulous look from the chic photocalls to the …

The GoPro drone that makes art in the sky – in pictures

Photographer Rus Turner strapped his camera to a drone – or quadcopter – and sent it sky-high to capture the rolling countryside of Hampshire from a dramatic new angle

BMW's designed an eco-friendly carport for its electric vehicles

BMW's first electric vehicles are rolling out in the US, but do you really want to store your prized ride in a crusty old garage? The company's DesignWorks studio doesn't think so, which is why it's cooked-up this solar carport that could power your vehicle between trips around town. The concept …

Bicycling to Nirvana: Fighting Gridlock the Dutch Way

Major cities try to emulate Amsterdam's bike-friendly approach.<p>This month millions of Americans will pedal out onto the nation's roads during National Bike Month. But for the nation's roughly 800,000 bicycle commuters, May won't be different from any other month.<p>Frustrated with rising gas prices …

The Absurdity of Everest

Climbing Mt. Everest is no longer a noble pursuit and the people who do it are not heroes. Everest has become a magnet not for the best among us expanding boundaries of the known world, but for the worst, the people with time and money to seek a personal challenge and examine their inner space at …

78 Alternative Engagement Rings for the Non-Traditional Bride

Today's bride is hardly cookie cutter–and her engagement ring shouldn't be either.<p>For fashion-loving, design-driven, and unconventional fiancés-to-be, a simple solitaire rarely comes to mind when dreaming about a must-have engagement ring. Rather than debating the nuances of a cushion vs. a …

Dad Films His Daughter Growing Up Over 14 Years in 4 Minutes

In a gorgeous display of fatherly love, Frans Hofmeester started filming his baby girl Lotte in the autumn 1999 and continued for a full 14 …

The Lives of Bikers Documented in Powerfully Gritty Photos

French photographer Yan Morvan covered the lives of bikers and gang members across more than 40 years in a collection of powerfully gritty black and white photographs. The artist often risked his life by exposing himself to extreme situations and environments, and he dedicated much of his career to …

Human impact on Poland's environment seen from the air – in pictures

Side Effects is a new book from Kacper Kowalski, an award-winning aerial photographer and pilot, documenting the effects of human activity on the landscape in his native Poland

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Articles about rocks on Dwell.com - Dwell

As a sculptor who spent years living and working in France, Loraine Strait always dreamed of living closely with nature and...<p>Balancing on irregular, rough-hewn rocks along the Norwegian coast, this renovated summer cabin near a town called Larvik in...<p>One of our favorite booths at Dwell on Design …

Imaginative Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

For years, Alix Martinez has shot portraits of children not on dry land but submerged under water. With the help of some highly creative kids, she comes up with fun and imaginative scenes of little ones playing almost every sport imaginable – like golf, football, and tennis. Most of these photos …