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Not many food shows received nominations, but one well-known food celeb and his shows got the majority of what there are.
The original painting may form a stereoscopic pair with a slightly different version, creating the illusion of depth when they are viewed together.
San Miguel de Allende's Saturday market is a local foodie, textile, and natural body products dream.
Japanese fans of the original monster say Hollywood's new version could stand to lose a few pounds.
Think you know what Prince Charles' favorite vegetable is? Can you guess what once existed on the original site of Buckingham Palace? Take our quiz on the British royal family to test your knowledge of one of the world's most celebrated monarchies.
Valediction, a thoroughbred, was purchased for $60,000 and is now retired to a farm in Loudoun County, Va.
Photographer shares images from her bicycle tour across Inishmore, one of Ireland's most breathtaking destinations.
Sweets can exacerbate skin aging and wrinkles, research shows.
Science Minister David Willetts wants to get the site up and running by 2019 to take advantage of growing interest in space tourism.
With some help from clothes hangers and water bottles, Hewlett Packard is now making 75 percent of its inkjet cartridges with 'closed loop' recycled plastic.
From animal poop and food fights to worm worship and crying infants, there's a festival out there for everyone.
Color war. First crushes. Campfire ghost stories. Getting your underwear hoisted up the flagpole in the middle of the night. Welcome back, MNN readers, to summer camp.
SyFy gives the greenlight for a trilogy ahead of the second film's release in July.
May's television schedule offers up a variety of delights, from the search for the Hanging Gardens of Babylon to humans doing stupid and dangerous things.
As a tangible, unspoken expression of aloha, lei are typically gifted to people on special occasions as a symbolic show of love, sympathy, greeting or farewell.
Rosa Hoskins shares 11 inspiring life lessons that she learned from her father, the British actor best known for his role in 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit.'
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