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The son of a Nigerian psychiatrist and a Grenadian nurse, Kevin Olusola enrolled at Yale University intending to pursue a medical career. But the classically trained cellist and innovative beatboxer couldn't resist entering the "Celebrate and...
Tags: Yale University, Travel, Japan, Brazil, Entertainment
AMSTERDAM — Even when the city's canals freeze and its prolific bicyclists don heavy parkas and woolen mittens, the famous Dutch tulips are still in bloom, if you know where to look. The tulip fields of the Netherlands are blooming in April, but...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Netherlands, Museums
Q: With airline tickets, the reason many buyers seem unhappy with the service is because of the "non-refundable," "non-transferable" policy that most airlines have adopted. From my point of view, it seems that these restrictions could only lead to...
Rick Steves' EuropeWhen researching my guidebooks, almost by definition I have to revisit the same places. But I also like to take a few day trips here and there to scout out new destinations -- both for future editions and for future TV shows. On my last visit to Europe, I...
RedEyeIke Barinholtz finds no downtime working as a writer for and costar of Fox's "The Mindy Project," but the Chicago native wouldn't trade the job for anything. "It's long hours and I don't look good anymore and my blood pressure is higher and my weight...
Tags: Ike Barinholtz, Uptown, Seth Meyers, Tom Hanks, Chris Farley
RedEye Sound BoardIn 2009, Alison Sudol (who records under the name A Fine Frenzy) released “Bomb in a Birdcage,” a catchy and charming electro-pop album whose songs earned placement in work like the Selena Gomez film “Monte Carlo” and Zac Efron...
Tags: Judges, Music Industry, Entertainment, Zac Efron, Music
WDBJ7 Blogger“Make Your Way to the Capital of THIS Country” Teams are given a flag and have to figure out where their next destination is. James and Jaymes figured out that the flag is the Netherlands. The Texans and Twins think they are flying to...
El marketing es la actividad más loca del mundo y consiste en encontrar algo que le ayude a vender algo a alguien. Sobre ese principio, cualquier cosa será exitosa, aunque se trate de una idea descabellada o fuera de toda lógica. Leyendo un suplemento...
The view of a 16th-century Lisbon street is such a teeming hodgepodge of races, social classes and religions and has so much life on display — much of it mischievous — that's it hard not to smile. Slightly to the right of center, an African...
Tags: Slavery, Sculpture, Fine Artists, Arts and Culture, Arts
Rick Steves' EuropeAmsterdam is a laboratory of progressive living and tolerance, bottled inside Europe's most 17th-century city. Like Venice, this city is a patchwork quilt of canal-bordered islands, anchored upon millions of wooden pilings. But unlike its dwelling-in-the-...
On July 18, I rode a Thalys train from Paris to Amsterdam. Early in the 3.5-hour trip I met a businesswoman from Israel on her way to Amsterdam. Our conversation in the lounge car took an interesting turn after I asked whether being a woman was a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEditor's note: This is part of an occasional series of stories on enticing picky eaters to eat vegetables. The series explores ways to highlight vegetables' flavor and appearance as a way to work around the resistance some kids have to eating vegetables....
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