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I ate 8 chicken sandwiches from fast-food chains, and the best was also the cheapest
I taste-tested fried chicken sandwiches from Chick-fil-A, KFC, McDonald's, Arby's, Shake Shack, Burger King, Popeyes, and Wendy's to see how they compared. I judged the chicken sandwiches based on their buns, texture, flavor, and my overall impression. With i…
Chicken sandwiches are a privilege. My dad did not eat a chicken sandwich until he immigrated to America in his mid-20s. His first chicken sandwich, which was later also my first chicken sandwich, was a McChicken. There are no McChicken sandwiches in th… [+1351 chars]
Irene Jiang
2019-08-05 16:59:00




Franz Mayer Museum Courtyard in Mexico City, Mexico
The collector and philanthropist Franz Mayer was born in Germany in 1882 and moved to Mexico in 1905. An insatiable collector, he amassed a large number of paintings, tapestries, cutlery, and many other decorative arts during his lifetime. Following his death…
The collector and philanthropist Franz Mayer was born in Germany in 1882 and moved to Mexico in 1905. An insatiable collector, he amassed a large number of paintings, tapestries, cutlery, and many other decorative arts during his lifetime. Following his death… [+866 chars]
ugc
2019-08-09 22:00:00




Need for Speed Heat è il nuovo capitolo del 2019?
Need for Speed Heat è il nuovo capitolo della serie in uscita nell'autunno 2019? I rumor sul nuovo gioco sono in realtà poco credibili: ecco perché.
Lesistenza di un nuovo Need for Speed non è ancora stata confermata del tutto, ma negli ultimi mesi si è spesso speculato sul suo nome e sulluscita, che dovrebbe avvenire durante il prossimo autunno. Ora, tramite le pagine di un sito di e-commerce austriaco (… [+1489 chars]
Nicola Armondi
2019-07-30 15:57:59




Pottery related to unknown culture found in Ecuador
Archaeologists from the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS (Russia); Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL, Ecuador); and Tohoku University (Japan) found shards of ceramic vessels related to the cul…
Archaeologists from the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS (Russia); Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL, Ecuador); and Tohoku University (Japan) found shards of ceramic vessels related to the cul… [+3822 chars]
Science X staff
2019-07-24 16:25:21




What To See, Do And Book In England Right Now
There are thousands of events taking place across the country. Classics and emerging talent, new chefs, voltaic writers and eccentric artists, the English have it all. From seaside regattas to Mayfair galleries submerged in mud, we tour the best sights and so…
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Spiritland at Royal Festival Hall Spiritland One of the busiest places in the world, at any given moment, there are thousands of new and vibrant events taking place acr… [+9838 chars]
Bridget Arsenault, Contributor, Bridget Arsenault, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/bridgetarsenault/
2019-08-04 05:17:00




The Best Things To Do In NYC This Week, From Camp Catcha-Train To Taiwanese Waves
MindTravel: Silent Walk and Listening Experience @ Brooklyn Botanic Garden [ more › ]
MindTravel: Silent Walk and Listening Experience @ Brooklyn Botanic Garden Take a "silent" stroll through nature at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden's MindTravel. Attendees will receive headphones and then wander through the twilight listening to the music playin… [+4682 chars]
Oriana Leckert
2019-07-30 18:38:58




Thirteen Brands To Watch From Madrid Fashion Week Summer 2019
The 70th edition of Mercedez-Benz Madrid Fashion Week in July 2019 was an excellent showcase of brands well-established in Spain but not always well-known elsewhere, plus the hottest emerging talents. Here is a selection of the top shows and designers that ar…
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Brain & Beast runway finale at Madrid Fashion Week, July 2019 Paul Allen/Andfotography.com The 70th edition of Mercedez-Benz Madrid Fashion Week&nbs… [+14862 chars]
Joanne Shurvell, Contributor, Joanne Shurvell, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/joanneshurvell/
2019-08-05 15:13:00




What $2,700 rents in LA right now
These five apartments across Los Angeles are renting for the same price.
Via United Property Management Options include a three-bedroom East Hollywood townhouse and a one-bedroom charmer in West Hollywood W elcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA ’hoods. We’… [+1575 chars]
Bianca Barragan
2019-08-14 23:12:40




Titanic auction, Legos, mighty Mississippi: News from around our 50 states
Wild turkey breaks into Utah home, alligator caught in Chicago finds home in Florida, and more
Alabama Birmingham: The states busiest airport is partnering with a company that can identify passengers through eye scans and fingerprints. Al.com reports that Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport recently added kiosks offering the technology for … [+43092 chars]
From USA TODAY Network and wire reports
2019-07-23 03:28:50




“After 38 years The Brass Knob will close on November 1, 2019.”
2311 18th Street, NW OH NO!! Thanks to Amanda for passing on from the Brass Knob: "Beginning August 3, 2019 All Items 20% Off Selected Items 30% to 40% Off ALL SALES FINAL After 38 years The Brass Knob will close on November 1, 2019." …
2311 18th Street, NW OH NO!! Thanks to Amanda for passing on from the Brass Knob: “Beginning August 3, 2019 All Items 20% Off Selected Items 30% to 40% OffALL SALES FINAL After 38 years The Brass Knob will close on November 1, 2019.” The Brass Knob’s… [+1437 chars]
Prince Of Petworth
2019-07-29 19:25:21




Frolicsome Engines: The Long Prehistory of Artificial Intelligence (2016)
Defecating ducks, talking busts, and mechanised Christs — Jessica Riskin on the wonderful history of automata, machines built to mimic the processes of intelligent life.
Defecating ducks, talking busts, and mechanised Christs Jessica Riskin on the wonderful history of automata, machines built to mimic the processes of intelligent life. Coloured engraving from Joseph Racknitz’s 1789 pamphlet which attempted to reveal the secr… [+18295 chars]

2019-08-05 16:44:46




See The Smashed-Up Guitar From The Clash's Iconic London Calling Album
Free exhibition coming to Museum of London.
Paul Simonon's broken Fender Precision bass. The bass was damaged on stage at The Palladium in New York City on 2 September 1979, as Simonon smashed it on the floor. Paul Simonon's smashed up bass guitar and one of Joe Strummer's lyric notebooks feature as p… [+2176 chars]
Will Noble
2019-08-14 16:03:10




A Memorial to Crimes Against Women and Children in Ghostly Glass
Northern Irish artist Alison Lowry addresses the 200 years of crimes perpetrated by the Catholic Church in collaboration with the Irish state. The post A Memorial to Crimes Against Women and Children in Ghostly Glass appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Alison, Lowry, Instead of the fragrance there will be stench; instead of a sash, a rope; instead of well-dressed hair, baldness; instead of fine clothing, sackcloth; instead of beauty, branding (Isaiah 3:24) cast glass, rosary beads, human hair (2019) DUBLIN… [+7055 chars]
Melissa Stern
2019-08-22 11:00:29




Corb, architecture's great dictator
Le Corbusier's 1924 plan for Paris would have obliterated its historic heart to build a totalitarian ‘radiant city'. Life in it would not have matched the dream. The Voisin Plan was presented as a 60 sq m diorama in the Esprit Nouveau (new spirit) pavilion at…
Alain Bublex Voisin Plan for Paris series - Junction of V1 N-S and E-W, the business city (2004) © Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris. The Voisin Plan was presented as a 60 sq m diorama in the Esprit Nouveau (new spirit) pavilion at the … [+13231 chars]
Olivier Barancy
2019-08-05 22:00:00




‘Artistic’ Home in Crown Heights With Window Seat, Sunroom Near Park Asks $1.495 Million
A well-preserved row house in Crown Heights owned by the same family since at least 1966 has recently been put on the market. It's on a row of adorable two-story homes with decorative toppers. The facade of 1062 Union Street has an attractive English Arts and…
A well-preserved row house in Crown Heights owned by the same family since at least 1966 has recently been put on the market. It’s on a row of adorable two-story homes with decorative toppers. The facade of 1062 Union Street has an attractive English Arts a… [+2821 chars]
Stephen Zacks
2019-08-14 18:37:37




What $1,900 rents in LA right now
See what that price rents in five neighborhoods, including Laurel Canyon, Los Feliz, and North Hollywood.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA hoods. Weve found five rentals within $100 of todays price, $1,900. Vote for your favorite below! This one-bedroom at Hollywood and Laurel Cany… [+1906 chars]
Bianca Barragan
2019-07-24 19:09:59




A Gallerist Who's Shattering Assumptions
Sarah Traver, director of Traver Gallery, wants to change the way people think about glass art. by Jasmyne Keimig "I think that there is definitely a sentiment in Seattle and beyond around glass—that it is decorative and pretty and sort of the candy of the ar…
"I think that there is definitely a sentiment in Seattle and beyond around glassthat it is decorative and pretty and sort of the candy of the art world," said Sarah Traver. "I think that's really shortsighted. I think it dismisses all of the people who are wo… [+3312 chars]
Jasmyne Keimig
2019-07-31 04:40:44




Vintage Labor Posters and More Just Sold for Over $500,000
Plus, the Blanton Museum of Art has acquired a collection by Charles White, works by Salvador Dalí and other Spanish artists will go to the Meadows Museum, and the Krannert Art Museum will house the portfolios of Hal Fischer. The post Vintage Labor Posters an…
William Sanger, “Vote American Labor Party / Roosevelt and Lehman” (1936) (image courtesy Swann Galleries) Swann Galleries sale of Vintage Posters raked in $503,030 split across 380 lots sold. One of those was William Sanger’s “Vote American Labor Party / Ro… [+3156 chars]
Eric Vilas-Boas
2019-08-15 21:30:24




The first fashion books, Renaissance pixel fonts and the invention of graph paper
Fashion is a global, multi-billion dollar industry. From haute couture to $5 tees, it is inescapable — at least for those of us who wear clothes, that is. It is supported and promoted by vast publishing enterprises of glossy magazines and books and million-do…
July 27, 2019John Boardley Fashion is a global, multi-billion dollar industry. From haute couture to $5 tees, it is inescapable — at least for those of us who wear clothes, that is. It is supported and promoted by vast publishing enterprises of glossy magazi… [+13632 chars]
johno
2019-07-27 13:11:29




The first fashion books, Renaissance pixel fonts and the invention of graph paper
Fashion is a global, multi-billion dollar industry. From haute couture to $5 tees, it is inescapable — at least for those of us who wear clothes, that is. It is supported and promoted by vast publishing enterprises of glossy magazines and books and million-do…
July 27, 2019John Boardley Fashion is a global, multi-billion dollar industry. From haute couture to $5 tees, it is inescapable — at least for those of us who wear clothes, that is. It is supported and promoted by vast publishing enterprises of glossy magaz… [+13633 chars]
johno
2019-07-27 13:11:29
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