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Elyse Pasquale

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What's on the Menu at the World's Best Restaurant? Noma in 26 Plates

Elyse Pasquale | December 18, 2014 | Taste
Recently, restaurant Noma in Copenhagen snagged the top spot on the S. Pellegrino list of The World's 50 Best Restaurants for the third year in a row. So what's the secret to culinary world domination?
Napoleon Perdis

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Fashion Week Flashback: MBFWA Spring Summer 2012/2013

Napoleon Perdis | July 11, 2012 | Style
Quora

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How Could the Sinking of the Titanic Have Been Prevented?

Quora | July 11, 2012 | Travel
This question originally appeared on Quora. By Chris O'Regan, Amateur Titanic enthusiast from Brisbane 1. Titanic could have been constructed with a double hull. The technology to construct double hulls was available; SS Great Eastern had...
Dwight Brown

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Tobago Is Trinidad's Chilled Out Sister (PHOTOS)

Dwight Brown | July 11, 2012 | Travel
Goats and look-a-like short-coated brown sheep graze by the road.
Shermans Travel

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5 Summer Road Trips On Half A Tank (PHOTOS)

Shermans Travel | July 11, 2012 | Travel
Over half of 2,500 Americans surveyed by the U.S. Travel Association said that an increase in fuel costs would make them rethink their summer road trip plans.
Erica Firpo

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A Segway Happened On The Way To The Forum (PHOTOS)

Erica Firpo | July 11, 2012 | Travel
Segways have been slowly infiltrating Rome and a bi-wheel tour seemed lazy, cumbersome and slightly ridiculous.
Ellen Freudenheim

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Treme Star Kermit Ruffins Opens New Orleans Speakeasy

Ellen Freudenheim | July 11, 2012 | Travel
The Grammy, a small golden trophy perched on a bare table, seems to belong to everyone in the room, a recognition of their life's work and New Orleans culture.
Jeroen Swolfs

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A Homecoming And A New Friend In Haiti (VIDEO)

Jeroen Swolfs | July 11, 2012 | Travel
It turned out that Carnival was just about the most dangerous time to go downtown.
Oyster

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Inside La Semana, New York's Grossest "Sex" Hotel

Oyster | July 11, 2012 | Travel
It's hard to describe, but it was somewhere along the lines of an old swimming pool, overused tanning salon, moldy locker room, dirty microwave, and most terrifyingly, decaying meat.
Bill Blanning

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Chasing Birds And Sharks In Belize

Bill Blanning | July 11, 2012 | Travel
As we explored the ruins, we were treated to more wildlife. A group of playful Howler monkeys swung in the trees around the ruins.