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Moleskine gets boost from the enduring lure of paper
From spelling out New Year's resolutions to jotting down designer brainwaves, sometimes only a pen and paper will do, even in the digital era.
 
Not just for skiers: Gondolas seen as urban transit solution
Instead of fighting traffic or waiting for a taxi, rail travelers arriving at New York's capital may one day soar across the Hudson River in glassy pods suspended from cables.
 
Finding hot and cold adventures in Helsinki
Plunge into an icy pool, warm up in a sauna or take a walk in the woods in the Finnish capital.
 
New Year's Eve on a budget means ... sticking to your budget
It's the party of the year, for those who like to party, but what happens when your New Year's Eve dreams are too big for your bank?
 
Stores push deals in bid to lure holiday shoppers
Stores are pushing deals and incentives like free shipping for the final week of the holiday shopping season, as new numbers show people are so far spending at a bit of a slower pace than last year.
 
Does Pokemon get you on the Go? For a bit, says study
It has been hailed as a revolutionary way to get people moving, using smartphones to pursue cartoon creatures through city parks and streets on foot, instead of taking the car or metro.
 
Fear of Trump pledges linger at Our Lady of Guadalupe feast
Heckel Villa noticed something different as tens of thousands of Catholics made their annual pilgrimage to a suburban Chicago shrine to Mexico's revered patron saint.
 
Organizers of the Mummers Parade are hopeful that cultural education efforts will help the city's annual New Year's celebration be more respectful and inclusive following a string of racially and ethnically offensive displays.
 
Mandarin Oriental lights up Christmas with 20-meter tree
Mandarin Oriental, Taipei yesterday put up a sparkling Christmas tree at The Arcade entrance on Dunhua North Road. The tree is 8 meters wide and 20 meters tall and features 28 candy-shaped LED lights.
 
Crispy Christmas trees: Staged fire shows potential risks
It only takes a minute for a crispy Christmas tree to touch off a raging inferno.
 
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