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Style goes digital at London Fashion Week

LONDON (AP) ― What to wear to London Fashion Week? The hottest designer heels, the latest fall jacket ― or perhaps a tech accessory like Google Glass. Hundreds of models, stylists and fashion inside...

Updated : 2014.09.14 20:17

Tobacco firms, health insurer go to court

Just a day after the government announced an 80 percent hike in cigarette prices, the first hearing for the state health insurer’s high-profile lawsuit against major tobacco firms was held on Friday.The National Health Insurance Service filed a lawsuit against three domestic and foreign t...

Updated : 2014.09.12 21:38

Updating a venerated institution

How do you renovate a popular 18th-century museum with minimum disruption to the visitors? Hotel Biron, the Paris location of the two-site Rodin Museum in France, has undertaken just that challenge wi...

Updated : 2014.09.12 21:14

Calendar

Pop music“Let’s Rock Festival”: The upcoming “Let’s Rock Festival” is gearing up to feature some of the country’s most notable indie bands in a two-day outdoor rock fest. The festival will incl...

Updated : 2014.09.12 21:09

Cliff jumping all in a day’s fun in Scotland

We sat among strangers, stuffed into wet suits and squeezed into a van headed toward a beach. No one was quite sure what to expect when we arrived.The website had used words like “climb,” “scramble...

Updated : 2014.09.12 20:50

Erie Canal barges in on modern world

HERKIMER, New York ― In 1825, travelers navigated 83 locks. I crossed one.They traversed nearly 640 kilometers. I went 11.They saw the whole thing from mule-pulled barges. I was on the Lil’ Diamond ...

Updated : 2014.09.12 20:48

Dubai lays out plans for Legoland, Bollywood-themed park

DUBAI (AP) ― A property development company controlled by Dubai’s ruler outlined plans for the first phase of an entertainment and resort complex in the city that promises the Middle East’s first Legoland theme park.The project is part of a broader push by the Arab world’s commercial h...

Updated : 2014.09.12 20:47

Agoda.com releases guide on best times for travel deals

The cheapest time to book hotels is in the beginning of the year for many popular travel destinations around the world. Traveling during the off-season can save you up to 40 percent in major cities such as New York or Rome. Hotel booking site Agoda.com offers tips for travelers trying to f...

Updated : 2014.09.12 20:47

Around the hotels

Tempura promotion at Millennium Seoul Hilton Millennium Seoul Hilton’s Japanese restaurant Genji is offering a tempura course meal featuring the seasonal ingredient pine mushroom. The eight-course di...

Updated : 2014.09.12 20:47

Lavender lattes and mousse at ‘Little and Much’

At Little and Much, a dessert cafe that opened on Sept. 1 in Seoul, mousse cake is the treat to order, robed in dark chocolate or filled with passion fruit. “The first thing we learned to make was m...

Updated : 2014.09.12 20:45

Gaji bokkeum (stir-fried eggplants)

Gaji bokkeum (stir-fried eggplants) (Korean Bapsang)This easy but flavorful side dish is one of my favorite ways to cook eggplants. Look for slender eggplants with a dark-purple color and shiny skin. ...

Updated : 2014.09.12 20:41

Serious respiratory illness hits dozen U.S. states

CHICAGO (AP) ― Hundreds of children in more than 10 U.S. states have been sickened by a severe respiratory illness that public health officials say may be caused by an uncommon virus similar to the g...

Updated : 2014.09.11 21:02

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is also known as “Lou Gehrig’s disease,” named after the legendary New York Yankees first baseman who suffered and died from this disease. ALS causes the muscles to be...

Updated : 2014.09.11 21:02

‘Champagne Supernovas’ explores ’90s fashion world

“Champagne Supernovas: Kate Moss, Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen, and the ’90s Renegades Who Remade Fashion” puts readers in the front row and three of the era’s biggest names in the catwalk spotl...

Updated : 2014.09.11 20:13

Following the footprints of Korea’s past

Veteran journalist Lee Ki-hwan, with a writing career that has spanned almost three decades, believes that one can’t really live meaningfully in the present without references to the past.A journalis...

Updated : 2014.09.11 20:11