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Thu, May 21, 2015 4:40 PM
Here are some great folk art destinations around North America where you can enjoy the simple beauty of down-to-earth art.
Just in time for the apocalypse, one of the best running apps for your smartphone is now free-to-play.
Some confident dudes are rocking more than just 'guyliner,' and they certainly aren't the first.
It's amazing how the simplest things in our daily lives, like cooking a meal, can inspire art.
Old infrastructure gets the plant-heavy adaptive reuse treatment in South Korea's capital city.
Tuckerman & Co.'s student founders are working their values from 'dirt to shirt.'
It is usually true that resorts on private islands are more expensive than similar venues that share their isle with others. Some, however, are affordable.
Second season of the survival reality series will find Grylls hitting the great outdoors with celebrities like Kate Hudson, Ed Helms and NFL star Drew Brees.
Censored books offer important, sometimes difficult, stories. That's reason to read them, not ban them.
Punch in your birth date and this clever site will reveal just how much the world has changed in your lifetime.
Boneless mummies have traditionally been considered fakes or forgeries, but this may not be true.
A new device that takes K-Cups apart has the potential to keep millions of single-use pods out of landfills.
New software identifies a vast new range of colors, even the hues we can't seem to agree on.
Embrace the heat with this sunny and seasonal playlist.
Photographers Alex Hammond and Mike Tinney zoom in on the favorite writing instruments of 50 artists in 'The Secret Life of The Pencil.'
This all-woman gang of thieves and blackmailers terrorized London for nearly 200 years.
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