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Review: Sting and Shaggy collaborate on sunny reggae album
You're bound to enjoy the warm bromance between Shaggy, the Jamaican dancehall king, and Sting, the cool, intellectual, on the CD 'Sting and Shaggy'
7 most adorable hotels in France
Not everyone has the same opinion on what qualifies as adorable when it comes to digs. Accommodations that seem charming or rustic to one person may appear fussy or dated to another. Same with the notion of what is chic, which to some may mean too minimalist and cold, and what is "kitsch," which
Lorde, Ride, Fleet Foxes and Sebastian Blanck music reviews
This week as we usher in the beginning of summer, Lorde delivers perhaps the best pop album of the year, shoegaze favorites Ride return, Seattle folkies Fleet Foxes come back after a six-year absence and indie-rock singer-songwriter Sebastian Blanck releases his first proper album in seven years.
British Woman Creates Envy-Worthy DIY Staircase That Looks Like a Bookshelf
When Pippa Branham moved into her first home last September with her husband Jonathan, she couldn't wait to put her own personal touch on their new abode. "I set out to do something to the stairs because we couldn't afford carpet," Branham told ABC News. After looking around the Internet for
'Alice in Wonderland' 150th Anniversary: See Lewis Carroll's Original Manuscript
Believe it or not, today marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll . Carroll, whose real name was actually Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, wrote the book in 1865. The story has stood the test of time -- the young girl falling down the rabbit
'Bacne' and Other Weird Health Word Origins
"Bacne" is an official contender for the next edition of the Oxford English Dictionary, the editors have confirmed. That's right. The word used to describe back acne could soon join the ranks of words like "chortle," a word made up by Lewis Carroll, the author who wrote "Alice's Adventures in
These Books Taste So Good: Making Recipes From The Mortal Instruments And More
There are a lot of books on 26 year-old Bryton Talyor’s bookshelves. Fantasy, mystery, DIY, cookbooks, it looks like they belong to multiple people. Bright post it notes poke out the pages. They stick out of Twilight , Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments Trilogy and Lewis Carroll gets a look
World News 5/21: Emergency Responders Search for Survivors
This is world news tonight direct hit twister outbreaks. We have new pictures proving the epic size of the tornado in Oklahoma. Powerful deafening 600 times this spring from an atomic bomb. Flattening that elementary school children taking shelter inside. And tonight family show us how they emerged
Rand Paul Rides Filibuster Popularity to CPAC
I was told I got. Ten and measly minutes. But just in case of third. Also came with the message. A message from the president. A message that is loud and clear. A message that he doesn't mince words. I think what I was thinking. However I think he may have distilled by thirteen hour speech in the
Sen. Rand Paul Filibusters John Brennan Nomination
Republican senator cites lethal drone strikes in his delay to nominate Brennan as CIA director.