Scientists believe they could be on the cusp of finding a treatment for balding, and it's all down to sandalwood.
Visitors to Venice could be fined up to €500 (£440) for sitting in undesignated spots, after the mayor suggested a new ban as part of wider efforts to crack down on undesirable tourist behaviour. The idea, hatched by Mayor Luigi Brugnaro, will be voted on by the city council in October. It’s just the latest in a long list of measures designed to deal with the city’s overwhelming popularity as a tourist destination.
A traditional birth chart shows where the sun, moon, and planets were on the Wheel of the Zodiac at the moment you were born. One thing that your birth chart doesn't reveal in much detail, however, is the direction that the rest of your life might take (and how the cosmos may factor into it). For that, you're better off looking up your progressed birth chart, also known as a secondary direction chart.
For its latest exhibition, Milan's Fondazione Prada is celebrating Black culture through vintage photographs. Curated by Theaster Gates, an American social practice installation artist and visual arts professor at the University of Chicago, the foundation worked with the archives of the Johnson Publishing Company, which founded Ebony and Jet magazines in 1945 and 1951, respectively. Since their debut, the titles have remained committed to creating content that touches Black culture, from the March on Washington in 1963 to the accolades of Black celebrities, athletes, artists, and more.
There are lots of enviable things in everyone's new favourite TV show Killing Eve. Sandra Oh's hair, for starters, Jodie Comer in that Molly Goddard dress, Fiona Shaw's ability to look down her nose at anyone who displeases her in the most magnificent manner. Villanelle (Comer), international assassin and millennial psychopath, may spend most of her time travelling around Europe murdering all sorts of powerful people but in between jobs, she returns to her stylishly decaying apartment in Paris.
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One year ago, Puerto Rico faced its most catastrophic storm in recent history. Hurricane Maria came barreling through on the early hours of September 20, knocking out the power and all communications methods almost instantly across the US territory.
Things are changing in Munich. One restaurant, Servus Heidi, has kept a foot in both camps, sticking with tradition while adding a modern twist. Taking things further, many of Munich’s leading chefs are ignoring the classics completely, instead working closely with local artisan vegetable and fish producers.
“You only had one job” – that was the collective cry from the internet upon discovering that Cathay Pacific had spelt its own name wrong on the side of one of its aircraft. The Hong Kong based airline was left red-faced after realising that the plane in question was missing a crucial “F”, meaning the huge letters actually read: “Cathay Paciic”. The mistake was brought to the airline’s attention by travellers passing through Hong Kong International Airport, who were quick to spot the spelling fail.
After dealing with a major breach of user privacy in the first few months of 2018, Facebook made an unexpected announcement in May: The platform would delve into one of the most personal parts of someone’s life — dating. While relationships have been an intrinsic part of Facebook since the early days — before there was Insta-official, there was Facebook official — the timing of the announcement seemed unusual. Facebook is banking on the answer to that second question being a firm yes.