It’s clear that driverless cars will revolutionize the way we get from Point A to Point B. Perhaps less obvious is how it’ll change our sex lives.
LAKE NOSFERATU, FLORIDA — This week, President Donald Trump weighed in via Twitter on two election recounts currently underway in Florida. Mr. Trump’s tweet demanded that the recounts
It is often claimed that Jesse Owens, American four-time gold medallist at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, was deliberately snubbed by Adolf Hitler, who refused to shake his hand. Though Albert Speer, Germany’s war armaments minister, recalled that Hitler was “highly annoyed” by Owens’s series of victories, in fact Hitler had chosen to shake hands only with German competitors and only on the first day of the Olympics – and had not deliberately refused Owens’s hand.
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Vodka can be made out of nearly anything. While it’s typically made from potatoes or grain, a new version of the liquor has sprouted up. Made from tulip bulbs, it comes, of course, from the Netherlands.
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Eski-Kermen is one of the earliest inhabited of the various cave towns that are scattered throughout the area. Sitting atop one side of a double mesa separated by a 500-foot-wide valley, Eski-Kermen began life as a Byzantine boundary fortress in the 6th century, manned by the Goths. They built extensive fortifications, including a town gate carved right into the bedrock, a siege wall, tunnels, hidden staircases, grain storage pits, and an underground gallery where water was gathered from a natural spring.
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The church was part of a monastery built in 1380 by a group of Carthusian monks from Bohemia. The small brotherhood was rather eccentric and had a macabre custom of sleeping in coffins.
RHEUMATISM, THE HISTORICAL CATCH-ALL TERM for a number of inflammatory joint and muscle conditions, is a painful diagnosis. Before the advent of painkillers and the specialized field of rheumatology, there was little sufferers could do. So many people turned to magic, superstition, and folks remedies to ease their pain. Many of them turned to potatoes.
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According to legend, a sister at the cloistered convent of Santa Rosa in Conca dei Marini, on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, accidentally invented one of the country’s most iconic pastries some 400 years ago. She mixed together semolina flour and ricotta cheese. Some accounts say she was trying to mold it into the shape of a monk’s hood, fallen against his back. Others say her intention was to make biancomangiare (a Sicilian almond pudding), but in a fit of inspiration, she spread the sweet filling between lard-covered, sugar-coated dough. However the story goes, it ends with the birth of the layered, sweet ricotta–filled pastry known as sfogliatella.
WITHIN THE VAL-DE-TRAVERS, A LUSH valley in western Switzerland next to the French border, lies a forest straight out of the Grimm brothers’ tales. Replete with gnarled pine trees, whimsical rock formations, and cushioned moss, this area is the birthplace of absinthe, the spirit made from regional herbs such as wormwood. Nicknamed “the green fairy,” it was banned for a century because of fears about its potency.
A couple who named their child after Adolf Hitler were convicted in Britain on Monday for being members of banned far-right group National Action.
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