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Los Angeles Times Names Two Restaurant Critics to Replace Jonathan Gold2h Los Angeles Times Names Two Restaurant Critics to Replace Jonathan Gold
Bill Addison of the website Eater and Patricia Escárcega of The Arizona Republic will join the newspaper as it seeks to expand its food coverage.
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Rob Stewart film exposes illegal shark hunting industry5h Updated Rob Stewart film exposes illegal shark hunting industry
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Sharkwater: Extinction was the brainchild of Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart, who sadly died last year at the age of 37 during a diving accident.
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Film exposes the illegal shark hunting industry, with up to 150 MILLION killed each year7h Film exposes the illegal shark hunting industry, with up to 150 MILLION killed each year
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Sharkwater: Extinction was the brainchild of Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart, who sadly died last year at the age of 37 during a diving accident.
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Bites: In Iceland, Local Fare Inside an Old Fish Factory8h Bites: In Iceland, Local Fare Inside an Old Fish Factory
A food hall in Reykjavik serves fish and lamb and other local delicacies, and is a welcome sight for U.S. travelers facing the exchange rates.
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Q&A: ‘It’s Almost Three Years Since I Had a Proper Vacation’8h Q&A: ‘It’s Almost Three Years Since I Had a Proper Vacation’
René Redzepi has opened what fans call Noma 2.0 after pop-ups in Mexico, Australia and Japan brought the restaurateur even more acclaim in the food world. But what he really wants to do is go on a trip with his family.
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BBC Dynasties crew saved emperor penguins during Antarctic shoot for David Attenborough show9h BBC Dynasties crew saved emperor penguins during Antarctic shoot for David Attenborough show
BBC Dynasties director Will Lawson and his cameramen Stefan Christmann and Lindsay McCare found a group of emperor penguins on the brink of death during their Antarctic shoot,
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The Japanese beach that became an Instagram sensation12h The Japanese beach that became an Instagram sensation
Chichibuga beach on Shikoku island was barely known until photographs of stunning sunsets started to appear on social media. Now visitors flock to capture images of the fiery sea and skies at dusk People were running down the beach. Not for exercise but to get into position before the sun slipped below the horizon. I hurried along, swept up by the sense of urgency. Mini tripods were lined up on the sand at the water’s edge, and selfie sticks were held aloft. Groups of friends, silhouetted against the pink sky, were trying to synchronise their star jumps, while women instructed their boyfriends on exactly how to photograph them as they stared into the sea. One woman posed holding her pet dachshund. The entire beach was a mass Instagram shoot.
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What RuPaul Can’t Travel Without21h Updated What RuPaul Can’t Travel Without
A Prada suit “that doesn’t wrinkle,” doubled-sided tape and surgical masks to (temporarily) shroud his identity are among the things that the Emmy-winning “Drag Race” star takes with him on every trip.
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3 Days, 150 Paintings: A Whirlwind Tintoretto Tour21h Updated 3 Days, 150 Paintings: A Whirlwind Tintoretto Tour
On the 500th anniversary of the painter’s birth, our critic set himself a challenge: to see all of Tintoretto’s major works, spread around Venice at 23 locations.
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Trending: The Best Shopping Holiday for Travelers May Not Be Black Friday (but It’s Close)21h Trending: The Best Shopping Holiday for Travelers May Not Be Black Friday (but It’s Close)
There are definitely flight deals to be had during the holiday shopping season if you want to plan a winter escape. But knowing which day to buy is not as clear.
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Zip and dip! Superyacht boasts a helicopter landing spot and glass bottomed pool21h Updated Zip and dip! Superyacht boasts a helicopter landing spot and glass bottomed pool
The SVY Griggio 52-metre Supply Vessel, unveiled by Italian shipyard Rosetti Superyachts, boasts ample space to entertain.
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Maps show Finland, Norway and Iceland are the safest places but Libya and Afghanistan are riskiest22h Updated Maps show Finland, Norway and Iceland are the safest places but Libya and Afghanistan are riskiest
The new interactive ‘Travel Risk Map’ for 2019 reveals the countries where travellers are most likely to have trouble when it comes to road safety, security and medical matters.
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Pictures shed light on vintage train journeys that no longer exist 22h Updated Pictures shed light on vintage train journeys that no longer exist 
The series of pictures form part of a new book called Lost Railway Journeys From Around The World. It charts 33 lines which have been abandoned since the advent of cheaper air travel.
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American Airlines flight attendant files lawsuit claiming fellow stewardess attacked her on a flight26h Updated American Airlines flight attendant files lawsuit claiming fellow stewardess attacked her on a flight
Kathy Ida Wolfe claims Laura Powers 'maliciously dug her fingernails into my arm and slammed the door of a beverage cart on my arm' on a June 2016 flight, according to a federal suit filed Friday in Texas.
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Yours for $10.75m! Private apartment atop of a Four Seasons Hotel boasts a wine cellar29h Yours for $10.75m! Private apartment atop of a Four Seasons Hotel boasts a wine cellar
The three bedroom abode, which spans the 44th and 45th floors of the Four Seasons in Denver, is part of a private residential complex owned by the hotel firm.
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Fascinating pictures shed light on the vintage train journeys that no longer exist 29h Fascinating pictures shed light on the vintage train journeys that no longer exist 
The series of pictures form part of a new book called Lost Railway Journeys From Around The World. It charts 33 lines which have been abandoned since the advent of cheaper air travel.
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Paris considers banning cars from its historic centre - including around the Louvre and Notre Dame29h Paris considers banning cars from its historic centre - including around the Louvre and Notre Dame
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo wants to pedestrianise the first four arrondissements in the city centre. Cars would be restricted in favour of environmentally friendly self-driving buses.
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Frugal Traveler: Cups of Tea, Pashminas and Momos, Seeing India’s Himalayas on a Budget32h Frugal Traveler: Cups of Tea, Pashminas and Momos, Seeing India’s Himalayas on a Budget
In the Ladakh region of northern India, the town of Leh is known for its beauty and culture, and for the experience of buying a cashmere scarf.
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36 Hours: 36 Hours in Denver32h 36 Hours: 36 Hours in Denver
A weekend in the Mile High City offers something for everyone: a flourishing restaurant scene, microbreweries, miles of trails for skiers and bikers alike, and a vibrant street art movement.
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New York streets and landmarks in 2018 compared to the forties34h New York streets and landmarks in 2018 compared to the forties
A range of stunning images show locations in in different New York neighborhoods as they appear now compared to how they appeared in the forties.
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Australians Declare Existential Crisis Over Onion Placement36h Updated Australians Declare Existential Crisis Over Onion Placement
Bunnings, a chain of hardware stores, upended tradition and suggested people put onions on the bottom and not the top of their sausages. Australians were not impressed.
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10 of the best independent tour guides: readers’ tips36h 10 of the best independent tour guides: readers’ tips
Whether it’s China, Bosnia or Colombia, our readers have found guides whose humour, passion and local knowledge have been the making of a trip My girlfriend and I stayed at Hostel Majdas in Mostar and signed up for a daily tour that the owner’s brother, Bata, was running. Bata gave us a jaw-dropping personal account of his life and escape during the Bosnia conflict, and an incredible amount of information about the political situation and its relevance to this day. He took us to incredibly beautiful locations miles off the beaten track, and the highlight was visiting Grandma’s house and getting the warmest Bosnian hospitality and tastiest home cooking. He was the most enthralling and passionate local guide I’ve ever met.
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