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Being Open to the Unexpected

We can never really know what the universe has in store for us, but we can affect what happens by our thoughts, our feelings, and our resistance. And despite our best intentions, sometimes a chance encounter occurs that is so unexpected but changes everything, or a person you meet in passing …

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If you don’t have video in your content mix, you’re missing out. It’s simpler to make than ever, ...<p>November 1, 2017<p>Want to know how to make …

Hypnotic Portraits of Male Dancers in Motion

Former military photographer Nir Arieli — an artist we discovered on Lost at E Minor — left the battlefields to focus on the dance world. The men and …

Photography

Breathtaking Aqua Lagoons Amid Brazil Sand Dunes

What a surreal sight! If you ever travel to Brazil make sure to visit Lenis Maranhenses National Park, especially between the months of January and May. The rainy season, it's during that time that Brazil's white sand dunes, which are spread across 570-square-miles, transform into an amazing …

Pic of the Day: Spectacular Split-Shot Taken in Antarctica

The upcoming book, The Masters of Nature Photography features ten amazing portfolios from ten of the world's top nature photographers. They are all past winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition which is run by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide. The book showcases 120 …

Revealed: interview that Henri Matisse banned

He was a giant of 20th-century art, revered for his sensitivity to line and colour. Now an extensive interview in which Henri Matisse freely shares …

Intricate paper-cut out works from Akira Nagaya 

Eduardo Paolozzi, at Pallant House

This retrospective is hard-going at times, but it also confirms Eduardo Paolozzi was far more than just the pioneer of pop art, says Alastair Smart.<p>My late mother was a fiercely proud <b>Italian</b>, who wouldn’t have a bad word said in the house about any compatriot who’d found fame in the UK. This …

By Caspar David Friedrich The wanderer above the sea of fog Posted by Lara

Grilled Strip Steak With Creamy Yogurt Sauce and Tomato-Cucumber Salad Recipe

Thick-cut New York strip steaks grilled and served with a bright and crunchy tomato and cucumber salad with yogurt sauce.<p><b>Note:</b> An equivalent weight of ribeye, tenderloin, porterhouse, or t-bone steak can be used in place of strip steak.<p>Read the Whole Story<p>Ingredients2 (2-inch thick) New York strip …

The Butter Continuum

<b>Chilled</b><p>We chill shaped butter so that we can lock it into a dough (that has also been chilled) of the same consistency, as for puff pastry or …

Frosty Coconut Mojitos

Combine all ingredients in a blender and pulse until ice is crushed and mixture is combined. Add more ice if needed, then taste and add a little …

Lebanese Style Salsa

This salsa fresca comes in handy when someone is intolerant to cilantro and the mint and parsley mixture gives it a very unique flavor that goes well …

Simple and delicious sorbet. I can't get enough. [recipe soon!]

Whole Bean Ful Medames - With Fava Beans or Marrowfat Peas - Recipe

<i>Whole Bean Ful Medames – With Fava Beans or Marrowfat Peas</i><p>Ful medames is sort of the national breakfast of Egpyt, though it has spread far and wide …

From the colourful streets of Venice through the wilds of Utah to Iceland’s northern capital, these travel photos from the past seven days make for one remarkable journey. Which is your favorite? http://www.bbc.com/travel/slideshow/20130712-our-favourite-images-of-the-week?OCID=fbtvl

Braving the 'Iron Ways': a beginner's guide to climbing Italy's Vie Ferrate

With their sculpted peaks, pinnacles and towers of rock, Italy’s eastern Dolomites are the most beautiful corner of the Alps. The architect Le Corbusier called the rocky amphitheatre ‘the most beautiful architecture in the world’, Unesco granted them world heritage status in 2009, and ever since …

Hip Beijing: a neighbourhood guide

Once the great grey heart of China’s communist regime, Beijing now boasts colourful districts that mix historic buildings with contemporary art and design. Here are three places to plug into this hip new side of the Chinese capital.<p><b>798 Art District</b><p>The harsh industrial landscape of this …

England's dirty beaches set to fail EU's new stricter clean water regulations

It is not hard to gauge the importance of Blackpool's beaches to the town's fortunes. A view from Blackpool Tower last week revealed a ribbon of sand …

Viewfinder competition: win a £200 hotel voucher

Shed heaven in Cornwall

I had never been to the Rame peninsula before. Truth be told, I'd never even heard of this forgotten corner of Cornwall. Now that I've spent some …

Honey & Co: restaurant review

<b>25a Warren Street, London W1 (020 7388 6175). Meal for two: £80</b><p>There are many things I want from a restaurant; love is not one of them. I do not …