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A Eurasian eagle-owl spreads out its body and feathers in a threat display (photo above). From a photographic essay celebrating magnificent owls. See more: The Atlantic
I love Tim Dowling. This made me laugh until tears were running down my cheeks: My hand is hot, I'm hearing things and my wife says I'm going mad.
I'm hoping to be in London this spring and I've been thinking about highlights of previous trips. A visit to the Dennis Severs' House was definitely one of my favourites.A Smith builds miniatures of Toronto live music venues that are now closed and silent. I spent some happy times in many of these back in the day. I was tickled to see a tiny Rondun, a west end hangout known for its cheap beer and sad afternoon strippers.
Have you ever been rejected? You're in good company. The Paris Rejects Club
Flea is the bassist for The Red Hot Chili Peppers and his LA compound is on the market. Is Dr. No looking for a new fortress?
The Scotch Cap Lighthouse Tragedy (via Facebook pal Hal)
If you buy this painting for me I will be forever grateful.
I found this in my Facebook Memories. I wonder if he ever filled the position. Job Opening for a Villainous Time-Traveling Sidekick
Disney's Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser Preview: Amazing and also amazingly expensive.
Raphael Olivier is a professional photographer based in Warsaw, Poland. His latest series covers the urban jungle that is Chongqing, China, a city of almost 30 million people.
Heritage Auctions' $25.5 Million Sports Event Sets Multiple World Records Highlights include $2.19 million Mickey Mantle jersey; $480,000 Jackie Robinson debut game ticket; Amelia Earhart's 1928 transatlantic flight cap for $825,000.
Olga Tokarczuk Books Calculator Literary Nobel Prize winner Olga Tokarczuk's The Books of Jacob is finally out in English. Use this calculator to help you plan your reading.
These 19 recipes will make your life easier. I discovered Marcella Hazan's tomato sauce almost a decade ago and never looked back (New York Times)
What if you never had to leave Neverland? The Walt Disney Company is making that dream a reality with its ‘Storyliving’ resort. What could possibly go wrong?
Forestiere Underground Gardens In the early 1900s, Sicilian immigrant, Baldassare Forestiere began turning useless farmland into a subterranean escape from the summer heat of Fresno, California. He excavated for forty years, growing fruit trees and grapevines underground, going as deep as 25 feet and spanning over 10 acres.
A new Andy Warhol documentary series will resurrect the pop artist using an AI Andy.
A Paradise for Single Ladies These adventurous turn-of-the-century women announced their independence by buying their own islands in Ontario’s Georgian Bay.
After the passing of William James — philosopher, early psychologist, and investigator of psychic phenomena — mediums across the US began receiving messages from the late Harvard professor. Pajamas from Spirit Land
Photos of Saint Pierre and Miquelon in 1963 This is a little piece of France in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean near Newfoundland and Labrador.