Winter Driving Tips to Keep the Family Safe

For some, the end of November brings warm and fuzzy feelings as winter holidays approach. For others, those pleasant feelings are undercut with a twinge of dread. With winter holidays come winter weather, and winter driving. Though there’s no way to prevent icy roads on your commute, you can take steps to prevent accidents. Whether […]

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Children Related Damage Ruining Your Ride? 3 Steps to Make Your Car Look Good As New

Whether you drive the standard mommy minivan or you are riding in an old-school convertible, your car is going to be a big part of your day to day life. That’s why the cleanliness of your car is so important. Unfortunately, as most parents know, the second you introduce a kid into the car, any […]

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Empire State of Mind? Paris Approves of Controversial New Skyscraper

It seems as though the City of Lights will soon look more like the Big Apple. At least, that’s the concern many Parisians share after the Paris City Council on Tuesday approved plans for a 42-story skyscraper in the 15th arrondissement, close to the Eiffel Tower. The Independent reports that the Tour Triangle (or “Triangle […]

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Let Them Eat Health Food: Health Food Chinese Company Takes 6,400 Employees to France For Vacation

During the first week of May, Paris catered to what could be considered one of the largest tourist groups in modern history. The New York Times reports that far from a modest company outing, more than 6,400 employees of the Chinese multinational conglomerate the Tiens Group enjoyed a four-day vacation in France and Monaco — […]

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Luxurious Bungalow-Style Beach House Up For Sale on Mexico’s Pacific Coast

On Mexico’s southern Pacific coast, a gorgeous, $1.5 million beach house recently went up for sale. The New York Times reports that the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom home is situated in a gated, beachfront community called Los Naranjos, or “Orange Trees.” Near Puerto Escondido in the state of Oaxaca, the house is more like a string […]

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San Francisco Luxury Commute Bus Company Neglects To Provide Access for Commuters in Wheelchairs

The San Francisco-based luxury coach bus company Leap set itself apart from the country’s competing 3,400 motor coach companies when it started offering luxury amenities, like cold-pressed juice and USB ports, to its passengers for their daily commute. The company has been offering its $6-per-ride tickets for less than a month, but according to the […]

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North Carolina Highways to Get Signs Marking Car Charging Locations

As more people look to save money on gas while helping out the environment, the electric car is becoming an increasingly popular choice for Americans looking for their next vehicle. However, many who buy an electric car have trouble figuring out where the nearest car changing station is located — which is why the North […]

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Flight to Beijing Disrupted by Child Custody Dispute

On Thursday, September 4, a United Airlines flight bound for Beijing returned to Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. While most returned flights are caused by mechanical problems or even unruly passengers, this detour was caused by an international incident in the making: a mother was believed to be taking her child out of the […]

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Eco-minded 204 sq. ft. tiny home packs in tons of thoughtful details

The standards of living in a luxury house are not confined to size of the building rather they are based on the creativity you show while developing a house. This is what has been done by a couple Carrie and Shane Caverly of Santa Fe, New Mexico. This couple has downsized their house to make […]

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