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Boardwalk fire destroys 50 businesses, dashes post-Sandy hopes on Jersey Shore

The devastation wrought by a monstrous fire that raged across an iconic Jersey Shore boardwalk Thursday was like a punch in the gut to many locals and officials who just four months ago celebrated the reopening of two beach communities ravaged by Superstorm Sandy.<p>As some 400 firefighters battled …

Firefighters Make Stand Against NJ Boardwalk Blaze

Firefighters dug a trench and tore out a section of Jersey Shore boardwalk in an effort to prevent a furious, wind-whipped blaze from jumping to an …

Cool Uses for Old Cookie Sheets

Have an old, beat up cookie sheet lying around? Don't just throw it out. Use one of these cool ideas to repurpose the baking pan for use around your …

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Learn Photoshop and Illustrator Shortcuts with These Cheat Sheets

Keyboard shortcuts are among the best productivity hacks, and Adobe's design programs offer plenty of them. Whether you're just starting to use Adobe …

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Quick and Easy MacBook Repairs That Will Save You a Small Fortune

Everybody’s MacBook breaks. At some point or another, the hard drive will shudder to a stop; the display hinge won’t hold up anymore; the logic board …

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What Pangaea Would Look Like With Today's Political Boundaries [Infographic]

Goodbye, East Coast.<p>About 300 million years ago, the supercontinent of Pangaea started to break apart into the continents we live on today. An Italian designer who goes by the name Massimo put Pangaea back together, then added on modern political boundaries, creating the map you see here. Brazil …

A Vintage Guide To Enjoying Your Summer Vacation

Whip out your bell bottoms and join us as we reminisce on mail-order vacation homes, lunar module-inspired camping shelters, and more. Happy Memorial Day!<p>Updated:<p><i>This article was originally published on August 5, 2011.—Eds.</i><p>You'd be surprised at how little summer getaways have changed over the past …

In Paris, yes is the new “oui”

My Parisian boss stopped her rapid stream of French to catch her breath.<p>“Anyhoo,” she said, before launching onto a new topic, once again explained …

These Wizard of Oz-inspired GPS shoes will light your way back to Kansas [vid]

Designer Dominic Wilcox was commissioned by the Global Footprint Project in Northamptonshire to create a functional prototype of shoes that give you …

Pakistan Fights to Revive Adventure Tourism After Years of Violence

When Taliban gunmen mowed down a group of foreign climbers last month, Romanian mountaineer Zsolt Torok was perched on an icy flank of Pakistan’s …

The Economic Benefits of Big Sporting Events on Tourism Aren't That Beneficial

The past week has seen numerous reports of economic joys via sport. The New South Wales government announced that the Man U-A League All Stars game …

What not to wear on a plane: Gear that looks like a weapon

Most air travelers like to accessorize with a cozy scarf and plush neck pillow. But some fliers can’t board a plane without somehow wearing a weapon – or a replica of one – as a fashion statement.<p>That happened this spring at New York’s La Guardia Airport when security confiscated a pair of black …

If America changed its state capitals based on awesomeness

Atlanta, Georgia. Boston, Massachusetts. Nashville, Tennessee. These places got it right when choosing a capital to represent the entire state. Can’t …

To lure tourists, Ecuador used bananas and Italy offered free kisses

Breaking through in travel advertising is no easy task; we chronicle all the quality and even questionable attempts of destinations and travel companies to attract customers and visitors via video each week.<p>But as travel competition heats up in this over-saturated media messaging world, tourism …

Vacation Blues? 6 Tips to Ease the Before, During, and After

"How was your vacation?" I asked my friend who had just returned from a beach holiday.<p>"Now I <i>really</i> need a vacation." she sighed. "It was exhausting to get ready, the kids fought while we were there, and now it's overwhelming to be home."<p>Yep. I've been there. When you consider the Herculean effort …

Are the Suburbs Where the American Dream Goes to Die?

New research shows upward mobility is higher in denser cities<p>Wikimedia Commons<p>Rumors of the American Dream's demise have been greatly exaggerated -- at least in parts of America.<p>That's the message of a new study that looks at the connection between geography and social mobility in the United …

Bribes, money hidden in teddy bears: welcome to US spending in Afghanistan

The Department of Defense is spending more than three-quarters of a billion dollars to buy Russian-made aircraft for an Afghan aviation squad that …

Underground: Dark Drains

Splashing footsteps echo off the walls. The dark air tastes humid and heavy. The water is not much higher than boot level, for now. Welcome to the …

The Idea: Mapping the Future

For digital nomads and even some Luddites, online maps are a ubiquitous tool.<p>Now Google is pushing deeper into the realm of virtual travel. Taking its “Street View” technology off-road, Google Maps has been adding photo tours of popular attractions, from the Colosseum in Rome to Joshua Tree …

Top 10 US travel destinations for 2013

Every year our US-based editors team up with Lonely Planet’s expert authors to compile a list of US destinations that are prime for the next year. <i>Best in Travel 2013</i> already covered two places we think the world should be looking at – San Francisco and the Gulf Coast – but here we wanted to dig …