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Monday, June 29, 2015
Last month a group of Vox.com colleagues undertook a blind tasting involving three different bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon at three different price points: US$43, US$14 and US$8. During the tasting, ...............
Sunday, June 28, 2015
The legendary Alamo battleground and the vineyards that produce France's beloved champagne are among the sites likely to get World Heritage status at a UNESCO meeting starting Sunday.
Wooly vicunas sheared at Inca festival in Peru's Andes
Hundreds of people from the nearby village of Lucanas grasped a rope decorated with multi-colored streamers and marched across the broad Andean plain to round up vicunas, llama-like animals that are prized for their valuable wool.
Deformed mutt crowned World's Ugliest Dog
A 10-year-old mutt named Quasi Modo, whose spinal birth defects left him a bit hunchbacked, is the winner of this year's World's Ugliest Dog contest.
Music, what music? Glastonbury caters for all tastes
Glastonbury may be best known for its music, but many of the 175,000 people gathered at Worthy Farm come for the spiritual, political and family events that this year include Pussy Riot and the Dalai Lama among the performers.
Country singer Sturgill Simpson wins indie acclaim
Sturgill Simpson, the country singer who brings philosophical rumination to his twang, has proved his crossover appeal with wins at the independent music industry's awards.
After widespread criticism of the film academy's overwhelmingly white slate of Oscar nominees this year, the organization has announced a roster of potential new members that skews younger and more diverse.
Award-winning graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister, famed for his work with the Rolling Stones, Lou Reed and Aerosmith, says the concept of beauty in design is back.
Noah Wyle talks aliens, animals as end of 'Falling Skies' draws closer
Noah Wyle's life during the past five years has been divided neatly between bucolic and demanding.
"Keepers: The Greatest Films-and Personal Favorites-of a Moviegoing Lifetime" (Knopf), by Richard Schickel.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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