I Went To Paris To Show That It Is Not All About The Eiffel Tower And Fancy Shops

I’m David Tesinsky from Prague and I’m an independent photographer of the subcultures, urban cultures, street stories and people’s stories in general AKA reportage/social documentary photography. I’ve made this series about “different” perspective of this city when you point your eyes up from Eiffel tower down to the ground to…

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Dessert Wine Is the New Scotch

Banking on the upswell of interest in digestifs such as amaro and sherry, a growing number of sommeliers in the U.S.—both in fine-dining and more casual restaurants—are hoping to tap into today’s taste for after-dinner drinks with dessert wines.  Looking beyond port, Madeira, and Sauternes, forward-thinking sommeliers are presenting a wider…

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Researchers Have Found A Very Curious Link Between Your Cat And Your College Major

Here’s a fairly interesting link: Students who have been exposed to the Toxoplasma gondii parasite are 40 percent more likely to major in business than those not exposed. That’s according to a study recently published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.   First things first, what is Toxoplasma gondii? It…

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Should phones be allowed in schools?

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Phones in schools – a useful tool, or a waste of everyone’s time? (Stock image) Schools should ban mobile phones from the classroom, the culture secretary has said. Matt Hancock, writing in the Telegraph, said he admired schools who did not allow them, adding…

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The US And Japan Fail To Sign G7 Agreement To Prevent Plastic Pollution

For the most part, the G7 summit this weekend in the Charlevoix city of La Malbaie in Québec was all about trade wars, Trumpian bluster, and another chance to analyze a tense diplomatic exchange that looked like a Renaissance painting. Something good did come of it, though: a Blueprint for…

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