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National Geographic Travel

This Badass Pageant Shows Miss America What True Beauty Really Looks Like

<b>The news:</b> When Kira Kazantsev was crowned the new Miss America on Sunday night, a feeling of déjá vu set in.<p>Not only was she white — like all but …

A Glossary of 34 Frequently Used Yoga Terms.

Yoga in Plain English.<p>In most yoga classes I’ve attended, the teacher throws out at least a few—if not a ton—of tongue-twisting <i>Sanskrit</i> …

3D printing with the mind: objects from thought by thinker thing

jan 12, 2018<p>strictly limited to a run of 250 cars, british-automaker lyonheart cars builds a modern iteration of the classic jaguar 'e-type' from the …

Café

Alec Baldwin interviews Thom Yorke on WNYC’s Here’s The Thing - The Fox Is Black

Odd pairings are always interesting. Earlier today Alec Bladwin released a new episode of his podcast Here’s The Thing featuring Radiohead and Atoms …

10 Messy Napkin-worthy Meals (SLIDESHOW)

Napkins: largely relegated as mere placement settings of the American dinner table — a decorative bed on which to rest one’s utensils.<p>There are, however, messy meals where forks and knives simply won't cut it, and call for us to get our hands a little bit dirty — leaving us to our own (digit) …

design

Paul McCartney Jams With Ronnie Wood at Son James' London Show

Veterans help younger McCartney kicks off his tour<p>James McCartney marked the start of his tour in a big way when his dad Paul McCartney and the …

Paul Williams, Rock Criticism Pioneer, Dead at 64

'Rolling Stone' writer and founder of 'Crawdaddy!' magazine suffered brain injury in 1995<p>Paul Williams, <i>Rolling Stone</i> writer and founder of <i>Crawdaddy!</i> …

Google Takes Street View Cars to Nuclear Ghost Town in Japan

Due to the tragic Great East Japan Earthquake and the tsunami and nuclear disaster that it caused, the 21,000 residents of Namie-machi, Fukushima, …