Friday, November 10th, 2017

 

Breakfast at Tiffany’s: At long last, Fifth Avenue store opens a cafe

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A half-century after Audrey Hepburn starred in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” the landmark New York jewelry store is making the title of the 1961 romantic comedy film a reality by…


Kenya craftsmen to build boat out of plastic waste

LAMU, Kenya (Reuters) – The beaches of Kenya’s idyllic Lamu island are dotted with traditional Swahili stone and coral houses, mansions built by European royalty, the odd donkey and, increasingly,…


Kenya craftsmen to build boat out of plastic waste

LAMU, Kenya (Reuters) – The beaches of Kenya’s idyllic Lamu island are dotted with traditional Swahili stone and coral houses, mansions built by European royalty, the odd donkey and, increasingly,…


Father-son team plans Antarctic trek powered by renewable energy

LONDON (Reuters) – With solar panels tacked to their sledges and a biofuel made from wood chips to keep them warm, a British father and son duo will attempt to reach the South Pole relying solely on…


Father-son team plans Antarctic trek powered by renewable energy

LONDON (Reuters) – With solar panels tacked to their sledges and a biofuel made from wood chips to keep them warm, a British father and son duo will attempt to reach the South Pole relying solely on…


‘I Lost 85 Pounds While Traveling The World—Here’s How I Did It’

Kelly Chase set off on a year-long travel adventure in January—but quickly learned she’d have to lose weight to truly enjoy it.


​7 Pieces Of Celebrity Relationship Advice That Are Actually Worth Taking

​“Try hard.” Enough said!


5 Hamstring Exercises That’ll Make You Want To Show Off Your Thighs

​You just might swear off pants for good.


Coffee art: Taiwan barista draws pooch portraits

KAOHSIUNG (Reuters) – Armed with a picture of your pet pooch, barista Chang Kuei-fang only needs 10 minutes to reproduce the image in a frothy 3-D work of coffee art.


Poems in Dottyville: How two traumatized soldiers changed notions of war

EDINBURGH (Reuters) – An imposing 19th Century building with elegant manicured lawns and sweeping views of the Edinburgh skyline seems an unlikely place to have earned the nickname “Dottyville” from…


Poems in Dottyville: How two traumatized soldiers changed notions of war

EDINBURGH (Reuters) – An imposing 19th Century building with elegant manicured lawns and sweeping views of the Edinburgh skyline seems an unlikely place to have earned the nickname “Dottyville” from…