Lifestyle

Travel to Paris for Halloween

A lot people we know will not want to try this experience in a lifetime.  Spending the nights at ‘world’s biggest grave’, a catacomb beneath Paris containing six million human skeletons, is on offer from Airbnb.  For one night only, two brave people will be able to stay in the macabre master suite for free. Read More »

The $135 Million Beverly Hills Mansion

An 18,000-square-foot Beverly Hills home previously owned by comedian Danny Thomas recently hit the market with a huge sale price of $135 million. Read More »

The Rock Restaurant in Zanzibar

At the suitably-named Rock Restaurant, diners are provided with more than just fresh fish caught from the Indian Ocean below. Breathtaking views and fresh sea air also greet visitors who come to this restaurant, in Zanzibar, East Africa. The Rock, which opened in 2012 year, can be reached on foot, but at high tide diners need to be transported back ... Read More »

sculptors before and after portraits

This is a pictorial done by IRNA news agency of the sculptures participating in the 7th International sculpting symposium 7th edition of International Tehran Sculpture Symposium is underway in Milad Tower of capital with participation of 9 Iranian and 14 foreign sculptors. Read More »

Herbs And Spices That Can Fight Diabetes

Cinnamon lowers blood sugar, according to several studies. But a recent Cochrane meta-analysis did not find significant reductions in fasting blood sugar (FBS), insulin resistance, or hemoglobin A1c. Then again, another meta-analysis found that cinnamon did lower hemoglobin A1c. Either way, cinnamon is loaded with phytonutrients that decrease inflammation and may aid in weight loss by lowering cholesterol and speeding ... Read More »

The self photographing epidemic

The selfie, of course, isn’t new—it has been around since the advent of photography, when chemist-turned-photographer Robert Cornelius captured one in 1839. But in the past two years, it has become explosively popular. Like so many social changes, the rise of the selfie begins with a shift in technology. For most of the twentieth century, photography was expensive and the ... Read More »

$1 million Homes In Different States

Alabama – 581 Willow Way W, Alexander City, AL •For sale: $949,000 •4 beds, 3.5 baths •2,520 square feet •Standout feature: Three acres overlooking lake Powered by by Zillow Read More »

Kitchen Design Ideas: Get Inspired

Designing and creating your dream kitchen can be a tricky endeavor, but with some solid inspiration and knowledgeable guidance, it’s a snap. Read More »

List of religious populations

There are twelve classical world religions—those religions most often included in history of world religion surveys and studied in world religions classes: Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism, and Zoroastrianism. Here are overviews of ten of these classical religions. 10. Zoroastrianism – 2.7 million followers Zoroastrianism is an ancient  religion of Greater Iran. Much like ... Read More »

The small town with no roads

What would it be like to live in a village that you can only get around by water or on foot? That is the reality for the residents of Giethoorn in the Netherlands. While roads have been built on the outskirts, the old part of the village is only accessible by water. The lack of roads means that day-to-day tasks ... Read More »