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The Great American Barbecue Bucket List

© Dreamland BBQ<p>Alabama: Dreamland<p>This quintessential, no-frills barbecue place has various locations across Alabama where they consistently dole out …

Restaurants

The French Girl's Guide to Entertaining

What is it about the French? They’ve officially nailed that nonchalant, tousled-chic look when it comes to fashion (we all want to dress like them), …

France

10 Forthcoming Books With Gorgeous Covers

Ever judge a book by its cover?<p>Of course you have!<p>Back in the day, that’s how I found every single book I read after walking into a bookstore. These …

Books

Camp next to these 6 breathtaking rock formations

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: There’s just something about camping amongst the giants of nature. Feeling small has a way of doing that …

National Parks

Watch: Troy Brant on How He Hires Engineers & iOS 11 APIs to Explore

In case you missed our live Periscope session with Troy Brant, who leads iOS and client engineering at Flipboard, we’ve got the replay right here.<p>We covered how Troy became interested and involved with iOS, what a typical day is like for him and what he looks for when employing an engineer (Psst…we …

What makes the British Open the best of the four majors

The British … I mean the Open Championship is my favorite event. Professionally, it’s the best of all to cover. Personally, the entire weeklong experience never fails to leave me with a feeling of renewal.<p>I’ve marked the trips with mementos. Never thrown away one of the bargain cashmere sweaters I …

Golf

The Mother-Daughter Team Rocking Italy's Wine Scene

Though it was formed prematurely—one mother-daughter team in Italy now shares clear-eyed determination about how to re-sculpt the appreciation of their region’s wines.<p>When winemaker Gianni Masciarelli of Italy’s Abruzzo region passed away in 2008, the event was unexpected; he was in his early 50’s. …

Italy

Doctors With Disabilities: Why They’re Important

Growing up, my sister never let our family get a blue “handicapped” placard for the car.<p>Born three months prematurely with cerebral palsy, she uses forearm crutches to get around. But she’d rather walk half a mile across a mall’s parking lot than take the reserved spot next to the entrance. (I …

Disability

Inside Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Plan to Revolutionize Entertainment on Mobile Screens

When Jeffrey Katzenberg touched down in Sun Valley, Idaho, last week, it extended a streak of appearances at the annual conference going back more …

Bob Iger

The subtle power of uncomfortable silences

In business and in life, it could help you to get acquainted with the power of the pause.<p>At your next meeting, wait for a pause in conversation and try to measure how long it lasts.<p>Chances are – especially among English speakers – it will be a second or two at most.<p>Anglophones tend to be most …

Language

Italy's Coffee Culture Brims With Rituals And Mysterious Rules

Coffee — it's something many can't start the day without. In Italy, it is a cultural mainstay, and the country is perhaps the beverage's spiritual home.<p>After all, Italy gave us the lingo — espresso, cappuccino, latte — and its coffee culture is filled with rituals and mysterious rules.<p>Café Greco is …

Coffee

How Artsy finally convinced galleries to sell art online

How Artsy finally convinced galleries to sell fine art online<p>For 13 years, the Mike Weiss Gallery was a thriving member of the Chelsea art world, hosting over 100 exhibitions and participating in local group shows. But in October of last year, Weiss and his wife Virginia Martinsen decided to …

Artists

Whatever happened to key figures in O.J. Simpson saga?

O.J. Simpson was sent to prison nearly nine years ago, and though much in the world has changed one thing hasn't: Kato Kaelin is still getting laughs.<p>The current Twitter bio for Kaelin, who lived in Simpson’s guest house at the time of the 1994 murders of Simpson's former wife, Nicole Brown …

Crime

‘It’s an insane process’: How Trump and Republicans failed on their health-care bill

Vice President Pence arrived at the National Governors Association summer meeting with one mission: to revive support for the flagging Republican plan to rewrite the nation’s health-care laws.<p>He failed.<p>Instead of rousing cheers on the waterfront in Providence, R.I., Pence was greeted with an icy …

ObamaCare

10 TV panels you can't miss at San Diego Comic-Con

Move over, movies — TV has officially taken over San Diego Comic-Con, with almost 100 panels dedicated to our small-screen favorites scheduled to take place over the course of the four day fan fest.<p>That means more TV shows in Hall H than ever before — from <i>The Big Bang Theory</i> to <i>Teen Wolf</i> — along …

TV

John Mayer Talks Supreme, Louis Vuitton, Off-White, and How to Start a T-Shirt Brand | GQ

John Mayer Talks Supreme, Louis Vuitton, Off-White, and How to Start a T-Shirt Brand (Exclusive)<p>The singer-songwriter goes deep in his most extensive interview about fashion to date.<p>John Mayer wants to talk about clothes. We’re at 7B, a prototypical East Village bar, where Mayer’s filming promos …

Grateful Dead

Top Vintage Markets Around the World for the Best Antiques

When you travel, nothing quite beats the thrill of arriving home with a unique, one-of-a-kind souvenir or antiques bought at a reasonable price. …

London

Why Did Michelangelo Hate Raphael So Much? 5 Ferocious Feuds That Shaped Art History

Art World<p>From a Renaissance rivalry to the great clash of critics in NYC.<p>,<p>Throughout art history, the quest for remembrance and dominance has led to …

Art History

World Diving, Synchro Swim Championships in Motion: Pictures

Belarus

Tyrannosaurus rex couldn’t run, but it was a speedy walker

Fifty years ago, if you'd asked the dinosaur experts, they would have told you that Tyrannosaurus rex was a speed freak — a giant predator that could outrun racehorses. The paleontologists would have pointed to its 3-meter hind limbs, leggy for even a big dinosaur, and described the creature as …

Dinosaurs

9 Things All Great Cooks Do in the Kitchen

Becoming a professional chef takes years of learning and refining techniques, and for those who love to cook as a hobby, your skills improve with …

Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

15 Must-Read Business Books on Leadership and Personal Development in the Last 5 Years

Science and positive psychology point the way to the future of leadership.<p>The problem with producing any "top" business book list is the elimination process. Over the last five years, there have been numerous publications by top authors worthy of mention.<p>For this list, I have focused heavily on …

Leadership

A Royal Correspondent Reveals What It's Like to Follow Prince Harry Around the World for a Living

Duncan Larcombe reveals rare insight into the private world of royals.<p>Prince Harry is one of the few people on the planet who has lived his entire life in the public eye. Anyone who watches TV, reads newspapers, and uses the internet has inevitably followed the young royal's 33 years quite closely. …

Royal Family

Winners and losers of the biggest state political battles of the year so far

Even though one party is entirely in control of Washington right now, not much of substance is happening in Congress.<p>So let's spend a few minutes on the nation's 50 other legislative bodies. Most state legislative sessions wrapped up earlier this month, and state lawmakers passed thousands of new …

Equality

The Women of Formula One

The history of women in Formula One is a short one. For decades it has been a man’s sport, with few women in important roles or behind the wheel. Only six women have driven during grand prix weekends, and of those only two actually participated in the race itself, with Lella Lombardi of Italy the …

Auto Racing

Everybody lies: how Google search reveals our darkest secrets

What can we learn about ourselves from the things we ask online? US data scientist Seth Stephens‑Davidowitz analysed anonymous Google search results, uncovering disturbing truths about our desires, beliefs and prejudices<p>Everybody lies. People lie about how many drinks they had on the way home. They …

Rhode Island

Inside The New Chapter Of "Being Mary Jane"

At its core, <i>Being Mary Jane</i> is a show about a black woman trying and failing and trying again to have it all — just like the women who are running and starring in the show. BuzzFeed News visited the set to talk to new showrunner Erica Shelton Kodish and star and executive producer Gabrielle Union …

TV

A Rust Belt City's School Turnaround

After decades of distrust and dysfunction, Buffalo makes education a priority with a community-wide commitment.<p>BUFFALO, N.Y.—When 18-year-old Karolina Espinosa looks back to her freshman year at Buffalo’s Hutchinson Central Technical High School, graduation seemed like a long shot. “At the time,” …

Education

“I am half agony, half hope”: Jane Austen’s most romantic love scene

When it comes to Jane Austen’s love scenes, there is the letter scene in <i>Persuasion</i>, and then there is everything else.<p><i>Persuasion</i> may not have the sparkling charm of <i>Pride and Prejudice</i>or the satirical bite of <i>Emma</i>, but it is Austen’s most deeply felt, melancholy, and beautiful novel. It is the last …

Literature