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Morrissey Announces Tour

Lately, Morrissey does not have a great track record when it comes to tours. Still, True to You reports that he's announced a series of dates that will take him across Europe this fall. Here's wishing good health to all involved.<p>The post also reiterates that he's "urgently" looking for a label to …

The Week in Review: The Immortal Legacy of Gabriel García Márquez

Inside Flipboard / April 25, 2014<p>Last Thursday, the Colombian author and journalist Gabriel García Márquez died in Mexico City at the age of 87. But …

Quartz Goes to India, on Flipboard

Inside Flipboard / June 16, 2014<p>Can anything slow down Quartz on its path to world-wide domination? Launched a scant two years ago, the global …

Home Sweet Home

Inside Flipboard / June 16, 2014<p>For those of us who can’t even keep succulents alive in our homes, magazines like ELLE DECOR induce us into a state …

On the Red Couch with Style Icon Garance Doré

<i>The fashion industry is like a walled garden: beautiful inside, full of exotic and towering specimens holding court. Perched on a hedge you’ll find</i> …

Celebrity Style

The Week in Review: Historic Ebola Outbreak

The Ebola crisis reached new heights in the United States this week: two Americans were hospitalized with the disease and the Centers for Disease …

Digital Experiences: Week of August 25

FASHION DIGITAL FASHION<p><b>From Cartier's panther alphabet, to The Hobo Society's online store and Isabel Marant's Instagram Live page, take a virtual</b> …

Weekly Roundup of eBay Vintage Clothing Finds

No time to page through thousands of eBay listings? Then just sneak a peek at my weekly eBay roundup of top vintage clothing finds.<p>This eclectic mix of designer and non-designer vintage clothing and accessories caught my discerning eye because of its uniqueness, contemporary feel and highly …

Vintage

Meet Tiffany's First Ever Female Design Director

Photo: Francesca Amfitheatrof; Tiffany's<p>It's 8.30am in Beijing, and Francesca Amfitheatrof just logged onto Skype from her hotel room. After our video chat, the Tiffany & Co. design director will spend the day promoting her first collection, Tiffany T, in one of the company's most valuable markets. …

Age-Wise Style: Key Pieces to Update Your Fall Wardrobe

InStyle<i>’s Fashion Director Cindy Weber Cleary has been a fashion editor for the past 20+ years. Needless to say, she’s picked up some tricks along</i> …

Here's How The Human Brain Gets Its Wrinkles

The reason our brains have that wrinkly, walnut shape may be that the rapid growth of the brain's outer brain — the gray matter — is constrained by the white matter, a new study shows.<p>Researchers found that the particular pattern of the ridges and crevices of the brain's convoluted surface, which …

Emergency Fund Will Bankroll Ebola Research To Help In The Current Outbreak

Applications are due in two weeks. Results are due in two months.<p>Public and private donors in the U.K. have launched an emergency fund for researchers studying Ebola. They want a quick turnaround time for the research they bankroll. Applications for the fund are due September 8 and funders are …

Disease

Artificial blood that’s better than the real thing

Each week on the BBC World Service programme The Forum, a global thinker from the worlds of philosophy, science, psychology or the arts is given a minute to put forward a radical, inspiring or controversial idea ��� no matter how improbable – that they believe would change the world.<p>This week, …

Canadian Literature

Can gut bacteria stop peanut allergies?

A common class of gut microbe called <i>Clostridia</i> appears to prevent mice from becoming sensitized to peanuts—a key step in the development of food …

Boy Given A 3-D Printed Spine Implant

A titanium vertebra now stiffens this 12-year-old's spine<p>Rather than having a “spine of steel,” a 12-year-old boy in China can now boast something even cooler – a spine of titanium.<p>Doctors at Peking University Third Hospital have successfully implanted the first ever 3-D-printed section of vertebra …

Mayo Clinic

New diabetes treatment would turn liver cells into insulin-producers

When pancreatic islet allo-transplantation therapy was first introduced, it provided hope for countless diabetics tired of daily insulin injections. …

Curtains for Melbourne's landmark Astor Theatre cinema – in pictures

Melbourne’s Astor theatre first opened its doors in 1936 and is set to close them in 2015 following an unresolved leasing dispute. While the fate of the space is to be decided, the building will be protected by its heritage listing. Here is a pictorial look at one of Australia’s last art deco film …

Ellen Burstyn to direct her first feature-length film at 80

The Oscar-winning actor Ellen Burstyn is to direct her first feature-length film at the age of 80, reports Deadline.<p>Burstyn will take charge of the cameras on the character piece Bathing Flo, about a New Yorker who is offered the chance to house-sit free of rent providing he looks after the …