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Universal Celebrates The Simpsons with Beer and Doh’nuts

Posted on August 13, 2013

At last Universal Studios in Orlando has torn down the walls that have hidden the Springfield expansion! The new area salutes the oversized excess we’ve grown to love from decades ...

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Mobile Hotel at New Qatar Airport Offers Planeside Check-In

Posted on August 12, 2013

Ever been on an endless flight and wished you could step off the plane and head straight to bed for much-needed rest? Anew  hotel that will open at Qatar’s soon-to-be-launched ...

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New Banshee Coaster Announced at Kings Island Promises to Break Records

Posted on August 9, 2013

In April, Banshee will come screaming into Kings Island in Ohio and is slated to be the world’s longest inverted coaster. KI announced the launch of the screamer via an ...

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Unpack the Suitcase House Hotel – Innovative Design Allows for Guest Configuration on the Fly

Posted on August 8, 2013

An innovative new hotel has opened just outside of Beijing and within walking distance of the Great Wall. The Suitcase House Hotel, designed by the master of configurable space architect ...

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Lord of the Wedding Rings: Sean Parker’s Fantastical $10 Million Nuptials

Posted on August 7, 2013

When sound and lighting techs, set designers and costumers gather to work on a massive production, the result is usually a film. But for Napster founder and former Facebook prez ...

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London Gets Cooler – Stratford Building Giant Indoor Ski Center

Posted on August 6, 2013

The expansion of London’s Olympic Park – first built for last summer’s Olympics – has included converting event space to green space and sports/recreation areas for non-Olympians. The next "cool" ...

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Hauntworthy: Theme Park Halloween Scares and Where to Get the Most Scream for Your Green

Posted on August 5, 2013

It’s that time of year when theme parks get to upcharge us even more on top of ticket prices to get our wits scared out of us. If you want ...

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Would You Eat It in a Box? – Marriott Explores Pop-Up Dining

Posted on August 2, 2013

Marriott is trying to shake things up to accommodate Gen Y travelers they see as more of a challenge to engage – travelers the hotel chain believes want to “blend ...

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Welcome to Jurassic Art – Cretaceous in Chrome by Philippe Pasqua

Posted on August 1, 2013

The work of Philippe Pasqual may be a bit too outré for many, but his latest exhibit seems far too tame for the master anatomist despite its size and subject. ...

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Rev Up for Kids Exhibit Broken? Fix It! at Long Island Children’s Museum

Posted on July 31, 2013

The Long Island Children’s Museum has developed a new exhibit designed in conjunction with mechanic Audra Fordin. Broken? Fix It! intends to change the way we view too many things ...

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