20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You 20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You
20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You
Do you think you eat healthy? Or do you at least try to avoid things that are bad for you? Well, you might be surprised at what foods —natural foods, not foods soaked in chemicals—have the potential to kill you. Not to be alarmist, or prevent you from enjoying some nutritious fruits and veggies, but it is important to know the dangers. From pit... View Article
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20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You
25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened 25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened
25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened
Marketing teams are tasked with the difficult job of grabbing your attention and convincing you purchase items or services. In years past, many have succeeded in creating effective and compelling marketing campaigns for businesses. But every once in a while marketers get it horribly wrong—and the outcome can be quite detrimental. While great campai... View Article
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25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana – Wyoming) The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana – Wyoming)
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana - Wyoming)
Fall is not only beautiful to look at, it’s filled with fun, seasonal activities. From visiting corn mazes to going apple picking, fall is full of fun things to do all over the country. The season may look a little different in every state, but there are plenty of ways to celebrate no matter where you are. From Germany-approved Oktoberfests t... View Article
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The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana - Wyoming)
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama – Missouri) The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama – Missouri)
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama - Missouri)
Fall is not only beautiful to look at, it’s filled with fun, seasonal activities. From visiting corn mazes to going apple picking, fall is full of fun things to do all over the country. The season may look a little different in every state, but there are plenty of ways to celebrate no matter where you are. From Germany-approved Oktoberfests t... View Article
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The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama - Missouri)
Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions
Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions
We insure our homes, our cars and our lives; however, when it comes to Hollywood, some celebrities have much more at stake. What would a singer do for income if she or he completely demolished their vocal cords? How does a dancer pay their rent if they blow a knee? What does a model do if they disfigure their moneymaker and can no longer model? ... View Article
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Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions
Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US
Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US
Not only is fall known for its stunning foliage, great travel rates, and pumpkin-spiced treats— it’s famous for festivals like Oktoberfest, the annual beer-drinking festival, which kicked-off this past Saturday. Of course, the original Oktoberfest will be celebrated in Munich, Germany, where the weeks-long event attracts more than 6 millio... View Article
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Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US
21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People 21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People
21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People
What’s in a name? You may already know that the Earl of Sandwich supposedly invented his eponymous meal in the 18th century, but did you know that bananas foster, Granny Smith apples, and Caesar salad were also named after real people? And no — the latter is not named after Julius Caesar. INSIDER rounded up 21 popular foods and drinks that... View Article
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Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall
Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall
The first official day of Fall is right around the corner. This year’s Autumnal Equinox falls on September 22, 2017, and with it comes the beginning of many people’s favorite seasons. Sure, the summer has sun and beach vacays, the winter has snow and sports, but fall is an especially magical season that’s often overlooked.  With its stun... View Article
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20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You

September 21, 2017 12:44 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1253
Do you think you eat healthy? Or do you at least try to avoid things that are bad for you? Well, you might be surprised at what foods —natural foods, not foods soaked in chemicals—have the potential to kill you. Not to be alarmist, or prevent you from enjoying some nutritious fruits and veggies, but it is important to know the dangers. From pits to leaves, and everything in between, take note of where these foods’ naturally occurring chemicals and toxins are lurking. While some should be avoided at all costs, others are just a matter of learning how much to eat, and how to prepare them. Check out these 20 foods that have the potential to be lethal.

25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened

September 20, 2017 3:01 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1357
Marketing teams are tasked with the difficult job of grabbing your attention and convincing you purchase items or services. In years past, many have succeeded in creating effective and compelling marketing campaigns for businesses. But every once in a while marketers get it horribly wrong—and the outcome can be quite detrimental. While great campaigns can lift a company up, awful ones can easily destroy it, resulting in serious brand damage, profit loss, and even bankruptcy. Here are the 25 disastrous marketing fails that actually happened.

The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana – Wyoming)

September 20, 2017 12:30 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1353
Fall is not only beautiful to look at, it’s filled with fun, seasonal activities. From visiting corn mazes to going apple picking, fall is full of fun things to do all over the country. The season may look a little different in every state, but there are plenty of ways to celebrate no matter where you are. From Germany-approved Oktoberfests to stunning Balloon Fiestas, here are some of the absolute best thing to do in every state this fall.

The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama – Missouri)

September 20, 2017 12:11 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1376
Fall is not only beautiful to look at, it’s filled with fun, seasonal activities. From visiting corn mazes to going apple picking, fall is full of fun things to do all over the country. The season may look a little different in every state, but there are plenty of ways to celebrate no matter where you are. From Germany-approved Oktoberfests to stunning Balloon Fiestas, here are some of the absolute best thing to do in every state this fall.

Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions

September 20, 2017 10:45 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 9987
We insure our homes, our cars and our lives; however, when it comes to Hollywood, some celebrities have much more at stake. What would a singer do for income if she or he completely demolished their vocal cords? How does a dancer pay their rent if they blow a knee? What does a model do if they disfigure their moneymaker and can no longer model? Therefore, it makes sense that the biggest A-listers would take out insurance policies to cover their assets. Here are twenty celebs who reportedly have policies on everything from legs to vocals.

Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US

September 19, 2017 3:14 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 3893
Not only is fall known for its stunning foliage, great travel rates, and pumpkin-spiced treats— it’s famous for festivals like Oktoberfest, the annual beer-drinking festival, which kicked-off this past Saturday. Of course, the original Oktoberfest will be celebrated in Munich, Germany, where the weeks-long event attracts more than 6 million people from around the world and nearly 2 million gallons of beer are guzzled every year. But for those that aren’t planning on a trip abroad, there are plenty cities and towns from coast to coast where Americans can celebrate here at home in the United States. Here are some of the most authentic ongoing or upcoming Oktoberfest celebrations in the US.

21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People

September 19, 2017 12:55 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 8463
What’s in a name? You may already know that the Earl of Sandwich supposedly invented his eponymous meal in the 18th century, but did you know that bananas foster, Granny Smith apples, and Caesar salad were also named after real people? And no — the latter is not named after Julius Caesar. INSIDER rounded up 21 popular foods and drinks that were named after real people, as well as the fascinating, funny, and sometimes downright bizarre origin stories that go with them. Here’s a little slice of culinary history.

Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall

September 19, 2017 11:21 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 11209
The first official day of Fall is right around the corner. This year’s Autumnal Equinox falls on September 22, 2017, and with it comes the beginning of many people’s favorite seasons. Sure, the summer has sun and beach vacays, the winter has snow and sports, but fall is an especially magical season that’s often overlooked.  With its stunning foliage, mild weather, and pumpkin-spiced treats, what’s not to love? Here are some of the things that are better during this time of year.

The Most Stunning Wildlife Photos Of 2017

September 19, 2017 10:54 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 6867
Even as hurricanes and wildfires wreak havoc on much of the globe, the natural world is still full of beauty. The images in the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest are a perfect reminder of that. The contest is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London. One hundred images were selected from more than 50,000 contest entries from 92 countries around the world. The selection featured here are finalists in various categories. The competition’s winners will be announced October 17, and the full exhibition will be on display in London from October 20, 2017 through the spring of 2018. For those who can’t go see the prints in person, here are 13 of the most stunning wildlife photos of 2017.

The Best Ways to Help in the Aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

September 18, 2017 3:59 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 4072
It’s not too late to help Texas and Florida residents recover from hurricanes Harvey and Irma. But how do you make sure you’ve picked the right charity when donating money, food, clothing, or other items? 

Indeed, not all charities are created equal. Charity Navigator, a nonprofit that has independently rated over 8,000 charities, compiled a list of some of the best organizations to donate to in the wake of Harvey and Irma. Its team considers several factors when giving a charity a score out of 100. These include program expenses (e.g. how much of the donations go straight to victims) and transparency (e.g. audited financials prepared by an independent accountant).

Here are some of the charities that Charity Navigator recommends for Hurricane Harvey and Irma, along with their scores out of 100.

The Most Notoriously Difficult Actors to Work With in Hollywood

September 13, 2017 2:44 pm  | Comments: 1 | Views: 46112
Difficult actors can be a real thorn in a director’s side. Slowing down production, inflating the budget, or causing chaos on set isn’t anyone’s idea of a good time. But every now and then, some of the elite Hollywood actors let their egos get the best of them, making problems for everyone else who just want to do a good job and go home. We’ve scoured the news and gossip sites to compile this list of the most notoriously difficult actors to work with.

The World’s Oldest Photos Reveal a Rare Side of History

September 13, 2017 11:33 am  | Comments: 1 | Views: 30950
It’s often said that a photo is worth a thousand words, touching people at a deeper level than even the best and most eloquent writing. Even the world’s oldest photographs, those that may seem so very distant from today’s high-tech society, may tug at your heart strings or give you a sense of belonging. Here, Live Science looks back at 20 historical photos, shot between the 1820s and 1860s, that may make you look at history, and the world, just a little bit differently.