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See inside Disney illustrator's Tennessee home with ice cream parlor, coffee shop

Looking for a home, but they're all missing that bit of magic? This home has more amenities than some small towns.


California couple found dead at picturesque waterfall

James Hall, 35, and Monica Ledesma, 34, were found floating in the water near Angel Falls after suffering a catastrophic hiking accident on Wednesday.


Beloved Disney-themed café in the heart of Hollywood forced to close

Photos show the Snow White Café, found at 6769 Hollywood Boulevard next to the Hollywood Wax Museum, entirely gutted, and, from what can be seen, all its 'Snow White' imagery stripped away.


Tourist death toll from Greek heat wave rises to 6, others missing

ATHENS — A 67-year-old German has been found dead on the Greek island of Crete, police said on Monday, the sixth tourist death in June during a period of unusually hot weather. The tourist had set off alone on a hike in a canyon in the Sougia region on Sunday and after a few hours called his […]


Things to do in London this weekend (June 28 – 30)

Things to do in London this weekend (June 28 – 30) - This weekend there is a new Mexican taco stand, some exceptional photography — and some Jungle from Goldie, just because


Qantas tumbles down the rankings of the world's best airlines

The rankings were announced at the 2024 World Airline Awards at the Fairmont Windsor Park Hotel, London , on Monday.


World-famous paintings by Picasso hung in women's toilets

Tasmania's Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart had been displaying the artworks in Ladies Lounge, a women's-only exhibition and area, before a tribunal ruling.


How much do you really know about Mary and Joseph?

Mary and Joseph, known as the parents of Jesus, are truly significant characters in religious history. However, their personal lives remain a relative mystery. While it is acknowledged in Catholicism that Mary was a virgin when she conceived Jesus, which Joseph accepted, any other defining moments in their relationship are less well known. In this gallery, we explore the lives of Mary and Joseph, shedding light on their individual stories as well as their dedicated roles in the holy family. Intrigued? Click on to expand what you know about these important figures in religious history.


Food favorites that may soon be extinct

For many of us, food is more than just sustenance. It's a window into a variety of cultures around the world, or an expression of love that comes from a parent, friend, or significant other. However, what happens when some of the key ingredients in our favorite dishes are no longer available for our use? Well, we may soon find out. Barley is one of many ingredients that are in jeopardy, and it’s all thanks to climate change. This means we will soon have to say goodbye to cool, refreshing beer. It’s being predicted that beer consumption around the world will decline by 16%, while prices for the refreshing beverage are likely to double. The really bad news is that isn't all. Tequila prices are likely to shoot up due to increased demand for the liquor in New York and Tokyo, specifically. While tequila itself might not go extinct, quality tequila may, as the increased pressure on production is not allowing the agave plants to develop to their full maturity. With numerous farmers using immature plants, how long will it be before we're all drinking from the bottom-shelf tequila bottle? And not even hummus is safe! Chickpeas are also facing difficulties in meeting their demand, as temperatures in countries like India (the world's lead exporter of chickpeas) have risen and droughts have become more numerous. These are just a few examples, but there are plenty of other foods that may very well be gone for good, and very soon at that. If you're a big fan of margaritas, hummus, or a nice, cold pint, you better click through this gallery to learn which items you'll need to start buying in bulk before they disappear… forever!


UNESCO wants to add Stonehenge to list of endangered heritage sites

The UN's cultural organisation said Monday it recommended adding Stonehenge, the renowned prehistoric site in England, to its world heritage in danger list, in what would be seen as an embarrassment for London. In a written decision seen by AFP, the World Heritage Committee recommended that Stonehenge be added to the UN body's heritage in danger list "with a view to mobilising international support".


American cities that look and feel like Europe

America’s European heritage can be found everywhere, but some cities and towns across the US really feel like they belong in the Old Continent. Many of these places were settled by European immigrants in the 18th and 19th centuries and their legacy continues to this day. From architecture to traditions, there are places in the US that truly look and feel like Europe. In this gallery, we take you on a journey across America and bring you a list of places you can visit if you’re looking for a European feel, without having to cross the Atlantic. Click on to get to know them.


Integrated resorts urged to further diversify offers

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) has urged integrated resorts to offer more non-gaming attractions including restaurants and retail establishments to further drive growth in local tourism. Ma. Vina Claudette Oca, assistant vice president for gaming licensing and development department at Pagcor, said in a statement that casinos were but a small part of the attractions offered by integrated resorts. READ: PH sees up to $6B of...


W. Visayas sees tourism dip sans Negros Occidental

ILOILO CITY, Philippines — Western Visayas is bracing for significant changes in its tourism industry after the separation of Negros Occidental, including Bacolod City, from the region following the creation of the Negros Island Region (NIR). The Department of Tourism (DOT) believed the NIR, which now groups Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental and Siquijor provinces as a new region, would substantially alter the tourist arrivals and economic...


Amazing water parks around the world

Whether you're at your home or travelling abroad, water parks are always a fun place to head to with family or friends, especially during those hot summer days. Click here to see amazing water parks around the world!


Tyson and Paris Fury treat themselves to £500-a-night hotel after family holiday

Tyson and Paris Fury enjoyed a romantic night away from their seven kids - weeks after Tyson 'revealed' that baby number 8 was 'incoming'


The world's most charming villages

There are some incredibly beautiful villages and towns around the world. Green landscapes, mountains, and cottages are just some of their attractions, along with amazing architecture and interesting history. These charming destinations also make for the perfect vacation spots. Check out the most charming villages in the world!


US couple 'walked for hours' before dying in Hajj heat

The couple's daughter says a tour agency her parents used failed to provide basic necessities.


Tasmania or Tanzania? Bindi Irwin's Cradle Mountain holiday blunder by US magazine People

Bindi Irwin's joyous Tasmanian family holiday photos were sure to be on the radar of US celebrity watching media — the trouble is, they don't seem to know the difference between Tasmania and Tanzania, locations which are more than 11,000 kilometres apart.


Christine Brown and David Woolley Bring Fans Along on Their Off-Roading Adventure in Moab After Opening Airbnb

The couple previously told PEOPLE exclusively about their Utah Airbnb in February


Tell us about your favourite quiet corner of France – you could win a holiday voucher

With rugged mountains, bucolic countryside, charming towns and magnificent Atlantic and Mediterranean beaches, France offers a huge variety of choice for summer holidaymakers. We’d love to hear about your lesser-known discoveries, whether it was an idyllic village, a deserted beach, brilliant little bistro or a spectacular walk. If you have a relevant photo, do send it in – but it’s your words that will be judged for the competition. Keep your...


Bizarre things foreigners consider "American" that actually aren't

It is undeniable that America has some foods, products, and customs that are just, well, American. Either based on stereotypes, movies, or pure fact, other countries dub countless things as being something unique to the US all the time. Some are painfully accurate, while others will leave you dumbfounded and looking for answers. For your reading pleasure, here are some of the most hilarious things the rest of the world has decided are American.


'Jet2 told us to use swimming pool when holiday villa water went off'

Mother-of-two Laura Adediji was staying in Coral Bay, Cyprus with her family when a municipal water outage forced them to use the swimming pool water to flush the toilet


Christian McCaffrey and Olivia Culpo jet off for their wedding on Rhode Island as 49ers WAG gushes over romantic private plane... with their dog Oliver on board!

San Francisco 49ers running back McCaffrey is set to marry Culpo, his partner of the last five years, this summer after proposing to the former Miss Universe last year.


Jersey to debate public holiday for Royal visit

Islanders are set to find out if there will be a public holiday to celebrate the visit of the King.


One of UK's warmest cities known for Jane Austen links is perfect for family getaways

Southampton located on the south cost of England is home to a rich history, many cultural attractions and offers a sunny holiday right here in the UK


The most terrifying and dangerous creatures living underwater

The oceans and wetlands are inhabited by some of the most lethal creatures on Earth. Consider the hidden dangers beneath the surface of the water the next time you go swimming in the sea or take a leisurely paddle in a river! These aquatic animals range from poisonous to outright vicious. Intrigued? Click through this gallery to see the most dangerous water-dwellers in the world.


'Urgent' for Australia to protect Great Barrier Reef: UNESCO

Australia must take "urgent" action to protect the Great Barrier Reef, including setting more ambitious climate targets, the UN's cultural organisation has warned. "UNESCO has asked Australia to set more ambitious climate targets, and given us a February 2025 deadline to submit a progress report -- the clock is ticking," said Greenpeace Australia Pacific CEO David Ritter.


Log cabins you'll want to move into

Humans have used log cabins for centuries. From fishing and hunting huts, to family homes, log houses have served us well for a very long time (and continue to do so). Wood provides us with protection and insulation, and being a natural material it blends in perfectly with the surrounding landscape. But there's more to log cabins than being the perfect nature getaway spots. For instance, did you know that several American presidents were born in log cabins? Or that Albert Einstein lived in one while seeking refuge in England from the Nazis? Click through the following gallery and marvel at these gorgeous log cabins and some interesting facts about these rugged types of shelter.


What these American presidents regretted the most

Being the president of one of the most powerful and influential countries in the world is no easy task. Difficult decisions must be made, and presidents are only human, so mistakes happen. One might say it's part of the job, but sometimes things really go wrong and presidents feel the weight of regret. There are a few US presidents who expressed regret over a number of things. Some did so while still in office, while others confessed it later in their lives. In this gallery, you'll get to know who they are, and what they've regretted. Click on for some eye-opening revelations.


There’s no need to tip in Japan. Here’s what else travelers should know.

If you’ve ever dreamed of visiting Japan, now may be the time to go, but here’s what you should know first.


LOOK: Grand Westside Hotel Is Now Open

A large new building has sprouted in Entertainment City.


Pub-mad Brits can now book UK's first Wetherspoons travel tour - full list of all the best spots

A UK travel firm is launching tours of famous and historical Wetherspoons locations across the country, include the oldest location and even CEO Tim Martin's favourite - see the best spots here


Woman 'Seriously Injured' After Being Mauled by Wolves at Zoo in France

A Paris woman was attacked by Arctic wolves while out for a run at the Thoiry ZooSafari in France and sustained bites to her neck, leg and back


Monos Carry-On luggage review 2024: Our thoughts on 3 bags

We've tested three of Monos' popular carry-ons, and our favorites include the spacious Carry-On Plus and the uniquely designed Carry-On Pro Plus.


People thought they might die when oxygen masks deployed on a United flight to Maui, passenger says

Ryan Scott was flying to Maui on United with his family when the oxygen masks dropped and he started planning what to do if the plane went down.


In Zimbabwe, internet link hampered by hikes, neighbors

MATOBO, Zimbabwe — As the sun sets over Zimbabwe’s Matobo Hills, boys throw stones to chase baboons away. Their goal isn’t to enjoy the view of dusk but to search for a mobile network without interference from wild animals. Silozwe, a village less than 50 kilometers (31 miles) from the southern city of Bulawayo, the southern African country’s second largest, sits in a connectivity black hole. To an outsider, the daily stream of villagers...


It’s Looking Like Wegmans Will Open a Second Manhattan Location

Meanwhile, its Astor Place Japanese restaurant is on ice


British Airways plane stairs catch fire at Heathrow

Flames and a huge black cloud of smoke was seen rising from a set of mobile stairs and attached to an A320 parked at Heathrow Terminal 5, engulfing its tail. No passengers were on board at the time.


Conquering the continent: your US to Europe travel hacks guide

As an American, jet setting to Europe has a certain je ne sais quoi appeal to it. The allure of immersing yourself in days of exploring historical monuments and gawking at heaping plates of pasta is perhaps only bested by nights of street festivals and mingling with the locals. Indeed, Europe has an unspeakable beauty to it. Nonetheless. finding your way around the Old Continent, both literally and figuratively, does come with some challenges. But fear not! Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or a newbie venturing somewhere for the first time, this guide is here to help. Ready? Click through for a comprehensive list of tips and tricks to maximize your experience while minimizing headaches.


The most and least diverse cities in America

In recent years, diversity has become an even greater concern in the workplace, entertainment industry, and education system. As the United States continues to become a more diverse nation, discussions about tolerance and equality are of profound importance. Based on a WalletHub ranking, here are the top and bottom 15 US cities when it comes to diversity, starting with the most diverse.


Body Found in Search for Hiker Who Continued on the Trail Alone and Then Called Family in Heat Distress

Diem Le Nguyen went missing on Sunday, June 23, during a hike with 100 people along the Nighthawk Trail


Raging River ride malfunctions at Six Flags Arlington

Video, posted by jebbrownsack on TikTok Sunday, shows four rafts filled with guests piled up on the Raging River ride at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington.


Passengers left without luggage abroad after Manchester Airport chaos

The major outage at Manchester Airport in the early hours of yesterday caused disruption to luggage processing, with thousands of travellers flying without their hold bags.


Asian Countries with Digital Nomad Visas for Filipinos

Work remotely in South Korea, Thailand, and more!


Marcos leads opening of PH’s biggest hotel

MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Saturday led the formal unveiling of property giant Megaworld’s 1,530-room Grand Westside Hotel, the biggest hotel development in the country today. READ: Opening of Grand Westside Hotel to generate more jobs – Marcos Expected to provide a big boost to the country’s tourism sector in terms of tourist arrivals and job generation, the hotel will soon be connected to the sprawling Westside...


Explainer-How Boeing's Starliner can bring its astronauts back to Earth

By Joey Roulette WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Problems with Boeing's Starliner capsule, still docked at the International Space Station (ISS), have upended the original plans for its return of its two astronauts to Earth, as last-minute fixes and tests draw out a mission crucial to the future of Boeing's space division. NASA has rescheduled the planned return three times, and now has no date set for


We live next to noisy wedding venue that's ruining our Cornish village

Kilminorth Cottages has hosted around 100 ceremonies since it started operating as a wedding venue a decade ago - but locals say the noise has become far too 'intrusive'.


Here's A List Of Filipino Celebs Who Have Traveled Solo

They are a proof that a solo trip doesn’t have to be lonely.


Tips for stress-free travel with kids

Good planning and remaining calm are key when organizing a trip with children. The tips in this gallery will make it easier for you to plan your trip and enjoy your vacation! Check out the gallery and make your sure your next trip a breeze.


A New Yorker took her first solo trip to Greece at 38. She loved the slower pace of life so much that she moved there.

Marissa Rodriguez went on vacation to Greece aged 38, and ended up staying for 3 years on digital nomad visa.