“You’ve Guessed It!”: December 9

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Our weekly “You’ve Guessed It!” photo contest starts today! Here are the rules:

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“You’ve Guessed It!”: December 2

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Our weekly “You’ve Guessed It!” photo contest starts today! Here are the rules:

Friday Listicle: Five Can’t Miss Stadiums Across the Globe

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Whether it’s the roar of the crowd as a goal slaps into the back of the net, or the eerie silence as a pitcher winds up to throw in the bottom of the… Continue reading

Superstitions Around the World: Indian Edition

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Continuing along with our superstitions around the world, we now move to the wonderful country of India. Like most other Asian countries, India has its own set of superstitions and cultural beliefs. For… Continue reading

“You’ve Guessed It!”: November 25

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Our weekly “You’ve Guessed It!” photo contest starts today! Here are the rules:

Friday Listicle: 5 of the World’s Strangest Animals and Where to Find Them

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Every now and then you come across something that completely blows you away. For me, that was finding some insanely bizarre and cool animals on the Internet. Logically, the next step in my… Continue reading

“You’ve Guessed It!”: November 18

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Our weekly “You’ve Guessed It!” photo contest starts today! Here are the rules:

Friday Listicle: A Locals Guide to Los Angeles

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I love Los Angeles. Being born and raised here, I appreciate everything that this city has to offer. The sun, the beach, the weather, the food and of course, Hollywood, make this city… Continue reading

Superstitions around the world: Japanese Edition

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Superstitions are a large part of many cultures around the world. Primarily in Asia and Southeast Asia, superstitions are used to teach lessons, conduct rituals, and maintain cultural practices. Japan is a country… Continue reading