Month: October 2023

Pasta is an incredible culinary chameleon, loved and consumed worldwide. Its delicious versatility has inspired unexpected and delightful adaptations that bring comfort, creativity, and local flavors together. While spaghetti has origins in Italy, you can find this long noodle has inspired dishes, traditions, and even desserts around the world. Here are 9 unique pasta traditions
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Thirty European nations have delayed implementing the ETIAS travel authorization scheme for U.S. and other foreign visitors until 2025. Pictured, Krakow, Poland. Martin-dm | E+ | Getty Images A new requirement for American travelers bound for Europe slated to take effect next year was delayed — again — to 2025. The requirement — an online
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Standing in a classroom named after Alberto Joaquim Chipande, the first Defense Minister of Mozambique, is 17-year-old Marciela Mateus, leader of an adolescent girls’ club in her community in Nampula, Mozambique. She is surrounded by twenty-five teenage girls of various ages and backgrounds— gathered here with a common objective— to learn how to transform their
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The global agri-food industry— valued at $6 trillion— is one of the most highly exposed to water risks, with water stress impacting many of the world’s largest food-exporting countries. Paradoxically, despite mounting perils to both food and water security stemming from water depletion, pollution, and climate-induced droughts, the food and agri-business sector is a chief
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Thailand is known for many magical things. Wine isn’t one of them. But among the world class beaches, stunning tropical panorama, and immensely flavorful cuisine of the country there exists a burgeoning grape-growing scene. These viticultural aspirations are primarily promoted in and around Hua Hin—along the northwest coast of the Gulf of Thailand. Now one
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Embrace the creepy-crawly spirit of Halloween with these spooky Halloween cocktails that will surely send shivers down your spine. From mysterious elixirs to chilling concoctions, these drinks are perfect for adding a touch of fright to any Halloween gathering. Cheers to the witching hour with our roundup of the spookiest sips! Morgue-a-Rita Aptly named as
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Gianluca Grimalda, a climate researcher and environmental campaigner, intends to “slow travel” back to Europe from Bougainville off the coast of Papua New Guinea. Gianluca Grimalda Gianluca Grimalda was faced with a dilemma. His employer, the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, a think tank based in Germany, ordered him at short notice to wrap
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Ferretti Yachts 1000 SkyDeck Ferretti Group is staging the Americas premieres of the Ferretti Yachts 1000 SkyDeck and Wally’s wallywhy150 at the 64th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (25-29 October). Skylounge on Ferretti Yachts 1000 SkyDeck According to show organiser Informa Markets, the five-day event in Florida features over 1,300 boats and 1,000 brands, and is
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In this article LUV Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT A Southwest Airlines passenger jet lands at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, on December 28, 2022. Kamil Krzaczynski | AFP | Getty Images Southwest Airlines said Thursday it plans to slow its capacity growth next year, citing moderating travel demand as booking patterns
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Workations continue to be on the rise as companies offer employees more flexibility. Witthaya Prasongsin | Moment | Getty Images The pandemic might be over, but working remotely is a trend that’s set to stay as millennials and Gen Z’s continue to work while visiting their favorite destinations.  That’s according to WorkMotion, a Berlin-based human
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