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  1. Custis, Corridors, Convenience and Chandeliers: A Brief History of Crystal CityRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago | Jay's Giants Blog

    The Amazon gods have anointed Crystal City and its neighbors, Pentagon City and a patch of Alexandria land in the northern part of Potomac Yard , and Queens, as the places for their second headquarters. Crystal City is only a half century old, but the land it stands on, as well as adjacent parts, have some stories to tell.


  2. Transatlantic budget airline flying gets a reality checkRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Gloversville Leader-Herald

    For those hoping for ever cheaper fares on long-haul flights, this month's takeover of Icelandic airline Wow is not good news. The struggling airline, which specializes in ultra-cheap flights between North America and Europe, was taken over by Iceland's flagship carrier, Icelandair, for just $18 million.


  3. How I endured losing my family in a horrific helicopter crashRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | New York Post

    On Oct. 4, 2011, Annie Nicholson received a call from her sister: Nearly every member of their immediate family had been in a horrific helicopter crash on the East River. "I remember jumping out of bed," said the London-based artist, who has never publicly told her story before.


  4. Transatlantic budget flying gets a reality checkRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    For those hoping for ever cheaper fares on long-haul flights, this month's takeover of Icelandic airline Wow is not good news. The struggling airline, which specializes in ultra-cheap flights between North America and Europe, was taken over by Iceland's flagship carrier, Icelandair, for just $18 million.


  5. Now cyber shoppers turn Black Friday into party nightRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Donald Trump tells grieving California that more 'raking and cleaning' of the forest floor will prevent wildfires and says this is why other nations do not have the same problem Buy fresh food, opt for natural grains and steer clear of the organic aisle: Dietitian shares five top tips for eating gluten-free on a budget Florida elections official says racism was 'probably' a factor in backlash against her after her office 'misplaced' more than TWO THOUSAND ballots in recount First there was the Tupperware party, then came the Avon get-together and later, in some of the more daring households, the Ann Summers soiree. But now there is a new bash where no one talks to each other and everyone stares at their laptops.


  6. Saturday interview: 'Not a single client says Brexit will be brilliant for them'Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    WHEN the management board of international law firm Pinsent Masons met in Glasgow last week, Prime Minister Theresa May had yet to show her hand on Brexit . But for senior partner Richard Foley, whose internal mission is to ensure the firm's eight UK offices three of which are based in Scotland are seamlessly connected with its international network, the UK's impending withdrawal from Europe was at the front of his mind.


  7. Motel One seeks new sites to join city giantRead the original story

    10 hrs ago |

    A German-based "design budget" hotel chain is eyeing further growth in Edinburgh and Glasgow after officially opening the doors to the largest hotel in Scotland. On Thursday Motel One officially launched its 374-room site next to Central Station in Glasgow.


  8. Postcards from a European whirlRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago |

    If you've ever wondered just how much of Europe you could comfortably see in two weeks, one answer is to jump aboard Trafalgar Tours' European Whirl and see for yourself. I joined the 12-day trip in mid August and ticked off 16 cities and a whole lot in between.


  9. Your pictures on the theme of 'city life'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BBC News

    Phil Couvrette: "Another city block is torn down in Montreal to make way for something newer and more efficient, a reminder that not only does the living city never stop growing, it also never stops evolving." Jacek Burda: "There is a place with delicious Belgian fries on the Via Nazionale in Rome.


  10. Rick Steves: How to book hotels in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Scotland's sparsely populated Isle of Skye is easiest to explore with a set of wheels that allows you to enjoy the scenery at your own pace. France's Chartres Cathedral boasts the world's largest surviving collection of medieval stained glass, filled with stories and symbolism.


  11. Antonia Thomas interview: the Good Doctor star talks Sunshine on...Read the original story

    22 hrs ago |

    With a starring role in hit US medical drama The Good Doctor, Antonia Thomas juggles life in Vancouver and London "Yeah, it's the one my mum loves and really enjoys because she wanted us to do medicine and have stable careers. So me just pretending to be a doctora " She laughs.


  12. The F-Word stage blog: November 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The F-Word Blog

    Let's open with the exciting news that Scary Little Girls and The Heroine Collective have been awarded a grant by the Heritage Lottery to trace the lives and stories of the feminist peace campaigners who kept a camp at Greenham Common for 20 years. Were you a Greenham woman? Do you have a story about the peace camp? Do you have friends or family who lived there or were visitors? If so, they'd like to hear from you.


  13. The fight is on to - keep the 19 bus route in Battersea'Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | This is Local London

    Wandsworth Council has written to TfL in a bid to get it to reverse a proposal to axe the number 19 bus route which runs from Battersea Bridge Road to Finsbury Park. Under proposals put forward by the mayor of London Sadiq Khan the route will be changed so it only runs from Finsbury Park to Holborn where it will terminate.


  14. McLeish hails Scotland's - nucleus' after fresh injury blowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Streatham Guardian

    Alex McLeish was dealt another UEFA Nations League blow as Celtic's Kieran Tierney became the latest player to pull out of the Scotland squad for the double-header against Albania and Israel. The 21-year-old left-back has returned to the Parkhead club on medical advice with a reported leg injury and is the ninth withdrawal ahead of the Group C1 game in Shkoder on Saturday night.


  15. Buying to Last: Back to a Bygone EraRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New York Times

    When Justin Galimore was growing up in rural Georgia, there was no garbage collection on his family's dirt road. "Every two weeks, we would load up the pickup truck with trash, and throw it into a landfill," he recalls.


  16. London Stansted gets go-ahead for more passengersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Air Transport World

    Local authorities have approved London Stansted Airport's plans to increase passenger capacity to 43 million annually, allowing 23% growth from the current 35 million limit. Stansted Airport, which handles 27 million passengers annually, said Nov. 14 that its planning application had been granted by Uttlesford District Council.


  17. Airbnb says revenue for 3Q was best ever, topping $1 billionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Honolulu Advertiser

    In this Feb. 22 photo, Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky speaks during an event in San Francisco. Airbnb says it had its best quarter ever, even as cities across the U.S. have started clamping down on the short-term rental market.


  18. Hyde Park in London EVACUATED after BOMB found: 'I was worried'HYDE...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Star

    It is believed the explosive was discovered by workmen doing maintenance on a statue in one of London's most visited tourist attractions. Cops said "The North and South Bank of the Serpentine, Hyde Park were closed due to the discovery of suspected WW2ordnance.


  19. Homeless man died waiting for his dog after being kicked out of police stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro UK News

    A homeless man died of hypothermia after he was kicked out and forced to wait for his dog to be release from a police kennel in the cold. Pericles Malagardis, known as Peri, went to Uxbridge Police station after leaving hospital to pick up his dog Django, who was 'everything to him'.


  20. History, culture and quirky cafes are 'best way to regenerate town'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    A 'master plan' for the future of the county town suggests that relying on big shopping schemes is unlikely to be the way ahead although creating visitor experiences through history and culture, or even quirky cafes and bars, might regenerate the county town. But the ever-present problem of the car, and where to park it, is one obstacle which the team behind the latest plan admit could be difficult to resolve.