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Lavish Designer Handbags

In the luxury industry, theres nowhere to go but up. As the fortunes of the planets uber-wealthy continue to balloon, so too does their collective taste for the most outrageously expensive luxury goods. A handbag can be a defining accessory of women. Many will search for years to find that perfect bag, slowly collecting a multitude of unsuitable carry-alls. Some ... Read More »

10 Most Expensive Private Jets in the World

The $65 million Gulfstream G650 may be the pinnacle of the private jet market, but it just doesn’t do the job for billionaires who prefer to fly with more than a dozen or so passengers. For that, the uber wealthy turn to Airbus and Boeing, who are more than happy to customize their jets — even the widebodies that can ... Read More »

The 10 Worst Airports In The World

Huffington post reports ths travel site Sleeping in Airports recently polled more than 18,000 passengers for its annual Worst Airports survey — and their compilation is lineup of unbearable crowds, dirty bathrooms and barren terminals. The four criteria to base your vote on include comfort, conveniences, cleanliness and customer service. Lesser-visited airports topped the list — in countries like Pakistan ... Read More »

Man faked coma for 2 years to avoid court

A con artist who pretended to be in a coma every time he wanted to get out of court apparently managed to keep the charade going for more than two years. Gawker reports thatthe Police in South Wales say 47-year-old Alan Knight—who had also been illegally living off benefits by pretending to be a quadriplegic—had spent about three years conning ... Read More »

Artists slide by the law by going underground

A photo pictorial by WaPo shows how Tehran is the seat where most of Iran’s artistic community resides and hopes to one day thrive, despite the tremendous censorship restrictions regarding who can perform and under which circumstances. Navigating these restrictions has become an art form itself [Read Full Story] 6 “AV” performs its play “Melpomene” in some old underground thermal ... Read More »

Fly the $20K Singapore Airlines Suites Class

A note the $20K price tag is for the NY to Singapore flight, others may vary by a buck or two! Singapore Airlines Suites are exclusively on board the A380 aircraft, provide the distinguished few with their very own haven of tranquility. You can luxuriate in your very own private space in a largest ever armchair hand-stitched by master Italian ... Read More »

Genetic determine height differences

PressTV – Variety of DNA regions in people’s genomes may be responsible for the extra growth, the largest ever study has suggested. Researchers have found that many thousands of genes and other regions of DNA could play role in height differences. Scientists from 300 institutions examined the DNA of more than 250,000 people across Europe, according to the findings report ... Read More »

Places that are beautiful at night

Who knew dark could be so stunning? The older we get the more we seem to want to get out at night. Well see what things you can miss. Plan your next vacation travel adventure to visit these locations, they have a lot to offer aftere the sun goes down. Below you can see our picks. [See full list here] ... Read More »

Rich kids of Tehran

At first glance, browsing through Instagram photos, you’d not think much of it: selfies, house parties, luxury European cars, attractive guys and girls dressed to the nines. With a closer look, you might notice the occasional headscarf and the script on the license plates of cars. At that point you would probably assume you’re looking at a collection of photos belonging ... Read More »

Iranian Festival of Forgotten Foods

On the occasion of the International Day for the Elderly, the Hope Academy put on the festival of Forgotten Foods of Iran.  Persian seniors, cooked and brought the cuisine to the festival venue. Below you can see the photo pictorial of the event from Tasnim News Agency. Read More »