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May 11, 2018 7:59 PM Social media Romeo wins free flight after failed campaign

A cash-poor young man has proven that perseverance and thousands of retweets are all it takes to conquer love. Michigan native CJ Poirier wanted to visit his Canadian girlfriend in Newfoundland but lacked the funds. When the 19-year-old failed to score a free flight by getting 530,000 retweets, he asked for celebrities to donate their retweets to his cause 67

May 1, 2018 1:05 PM ATL Falcons Going to Super Bowl with Calvin Ridley, Says T.I

The NFL season is still 4 months away ... but T.I. is already making his Super Bowl prediction -- Atlanta Falcons, baby!!!! The rap legend was at Studio Space in Atlanta when we started talking about the NFL Draft -- and it's clear T.I. is fired up about the Falcons' 1st round pick ... WR Calvin Ridley. "We're going to the Super Bowl this year! I said it ... I can't 59

April 19, 2018 7:46 PM How to Cook Smarter by Cooking Smaller

Some chefs love their tiny kitchens, and not merely for masochistic reasons. Here’s how a smaller space can make for better cooking WHEN YOU turn out 100 dinners a night from a 170-square-foot kitchen, every inch counts. Chris Ono, chef de cuisine at Esters Wine Shop & Bar in Santa Monica, Calif., keeps his knives on a tray that just fits in the space 35

April 19, 2018 2:53 PM Baby owls born on California windowsill gawk at workers in viral photo

A North Spotted Owl is seen perched in a tree. (Courtesy Shane Jeffries/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Handout via Reuters) Three baby owls in California don’t appear to know the meaning of personal space. The owls were born on a University of California, Los Angeles windowsill, according to Michael Lens, an associate professor of urban planning and public 220

April 16, 2018 1:17 AM Boston Marathon 2018: Schedule, date, race times, how to watch on TV, streaming options

Everything you need to know about catching Monday's big race Will the Americans bring home a win on Patriots Day in Boston? That's the big question ahead of Monday's Boston Marathon, with a number of big-name Americans, including 2017 men's runner-up Galen Rupp and New York Marathon female winner Shalane Flanagan headlining this year's crop of participants 91

April 13, 2018 7:41 PM Dolce & Gabbana Stages a Star-Studded 4-Day New York Extravaganza

The designers decamped to Manhattan to show fine jewelry, menswear and couture collections punctuated by performances by the likes of Liza Minnelli and Rita Ora HOW DO YOU cap off a series of over-the-top, Fellini-esque Dolce & Gabbana events at various New York landmarks? With another party, of course. Italian fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano 76

April 4, 2018 10:07 PM A Day in the Life of Eleven Madison Park Designer Brad Cloepfil

The architect and designer is not known for a signature style—and he likes it that way IN THE BEGINNING, it’s a kind of ravenous search for inspiration,” says Brad Cloepfil of the projects taken on by Allied Works, the architectural practice he founded in 1994. He starts each assignment not with 3-D models and renderings, but with a series of abstract 74

April 2, 2018 9:45 AM Alibaba is pouring billions into the food delivery business

Alibaba is spending billions of dollars to take control of one of China's biggest online food delivery services. China's biggest e-commerce company said Monday that it will buy all the outstanding shares it doesn't already hold in, a startup whose Chinese name roughly translates to "Hungry?" Alibaba (BABA) and one of its affiliates already own 43% of, according 237

March 22, 2018 3:30 PM John Kasich Likes Sam Darnold, But Unsure If Browns Should Draft Him

It's a good thing John Kasich ain't gonna be in the Browns' war room at the draft next month ... 'cause as much as he loves Sam Darnold, the Ohio Gov. says he has no clue if he's the guy for Cleveland. TMZ Sports spoke with Kasich -- our unofficial Ohio sports analyst -- about who the Browns should take with the No. 1 overall pick ... and he says the experts 100

March 21, 2018 1:58 AM Exclusive: Scientist at center of data controversy says Facebook is making him a scapegoat

The data scientist who Facebook branded a liar after he collected information on tens of millions of Americans for a company that would later go on to work for the 2016 Trump campaign says Facebook is making him a scapegoat to distract from bigger problems facing the company. "Using users' data for profit is their business model," Aleksandr Kogan said of Facebook 76