Found: Evidence That Humans Have Been Eating Potatoes in North America for Over 10,000 Years

It may seem like there’s a lot of potato diversity when you walk through the produce section. But those purple, yellow, red, and brown spuds are all varieties of one species – Solanum tuberosum – that was domesticated in South America over 7,000 years ago. There are about 20 potato species in North and Central America, and one species in particular has...

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Experience the best of the world’s top destinations with this amazing new app

Tourpal, a new app allows you to travel anywhere in the world under the guidance of a knowledgeable tour guide all from your phone. You get all the benefits of having the most important and interesting things pointed out to you from the convenience of your phone. There are already over three hundred destinations and can be used off line to avoid roaming. Experience...

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The Great U.S.-Canada Lobster Roll War

A traditional lobster roll is lobster meat soaked in butter and served on a steamed hot dog bun or similar roll, so that the opening is on the top rather than on the side. Variants of the sandwich made in other parts of New England, which may contain diced celery or scallion, and mayonnaise. It may also contain lettuce, lemon juice, salt and black pepper. The...

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Robots at South Korean Airports to Help Passengers Find Their Gates

There have been many flights missed over the years because passengers can’t figure out where to go. South Korea is working on this issue. They have robots at their airport to show passengers were to go. This is very useful and convenient. It will be easier to make your flight because you won’t have to worry about being lost. Robots at South Korean...

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There’s a Secret Spanish Beach in the Middle of a Field

If you’re even mildly adventurous, there is no better way to unlock the secrets of Spain than to head out on the road and follow your nose to the places that entice you most. Dig out tempting tapas bars on old cobbled streets. Watch birds of prey wheeling in plummeting canyons. Dine on freshly caught fish with local wine in small ports. Find your own way...

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iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards 2017: All The Stellar Performances!

iHeartRadio Music Awards is a music awards show founded by iHeartRadio in 2014 to recognize the most popular artists and music over the past year as determined by the network’s listeners. It rewards the music that was heard throughout the year across iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide and on iHeartRadio digital music platform. The inaugural edition...

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Pilots Demand Drone Regulation After Gatwick Airport Runway Briefly Shut

A drone was spotted on the runways of Gatwick Airport, and caused at least one flight to divert its landing to a neighboring airport. This is prompting The British Airline Pilots Association to call for more regulation on drone usage, especially in areas with manned aircraft. They claim that a number of ‘near-misses’ have occurred all over Britain and that...

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British Airways Breaks Cabin Crew Strike With Qatar Airways Planes

Cabin crew at London Heathrow will stage a fresh strike from July 19, just three days after completing a 16-day walkout. Organized by the Unite union, the action follows a long running pay dispute with Mixed Fleet staff who claim they are working for “poverty pay”. British Airways workers will strike for a further 14 days, right through until the beginning...

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Pot Tourism in Las Vegas Is the Latest Attraction Beyond Casinos

Industry experts predict Nevada’s market will be the nation’s biggest, at least until California plans to begin recreational sales in January. Nevada sales should eventually exceed those in Colorado, Oregon and Washington state because of the 45 million tourists who annually visit Las Vegas. Regulators anticipate 63 percent of customers will be tourists. Pot...

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