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Venice’s cruise ship ban is hiding its tourism problem, not fixing it
The Italian government announced a ban on cruise ships in the historic center of Venice after a long-fought campaign to prevent them from entering the…
The Year's Best Slapstick Comedy Is This Video Of Three Bumbling Soccer Ladies
Kudos to the lowlight reel maker here for backing this hilariously embarrassing moment from Wednesday’s Barcelona-Gintra Women’s Champions League match—which features one sort of big screwup followed
Inside the Sagrada Familia
Ritz-Carlton Article Here’s an article entitled Traveling in a Blue State of Mind where they used all my photos to tell some nice stories. The Ritz-Carlton recently re-did their “color” to a special
EU on the Brink: Hundreds of Thousands March in Catalonia to Demand the Release of ‘Political Prisoners’
Around three-quarters of a million Catalans have marched to demand the release of local politicians arrested for their role in the drive for independence.
Could self-driving cars stop terrorist attacks?
Filed under: Etc.,Green,Dodge,Tesla,Safety,Emerging Technologies,Technology Vehicles have become readily available violent weapons, but autonomous tech could "de-weaponize cars."Continue
“Co-Existe” by Ezequiel Pini, Ben Willett & Cody Cobb
A spectacular blend of CGI and real environments.
Destinations Around the World Search for Overtourism Solutions
Every destination is different and there is no one-size-fits-all panacea to limit overtourism. Until cities get smarter about quantifying the movements and behavior of travelers, there's little hope
The most grotesque sports contract for someone at zero risk of actual injury while playing a sport
Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the NFL, is reportedly seeking a contract that would pay him $49.5 million per year, and include such perks as…
Photographer Spotlight: Javier Castán
A selection of beautiful photography work by Barcelona-based photographer Javier Castán. See more images below.
Word of Mouth: Barcelona: Some of our favorite spots in Spain's exhilarating seaside city
by Andrew ManessNestled up against the Mediterranean Sea, Spain’s second largest city impresses with its approachability. In Barcelona there’s no shortage of elevated spaces with public access,
Mutti Merkel’s ‘Diversity Barriers’ Come to England
British city Hull has followed the growing European trend of dressing up anti-terror barriers as fun Christmas decorations in an effort to hide the "ugly barriers", as the continent entrenches itself
Talking Casa Jasmina, a house of the future designed for people, not corporations, with Jasmina Tesanovic and Bruce Sterling
The Casa Jasmina project (previously) is an automated smart house designed to be made of open source hardware, with the needs of the people who live there -- not the corporations who extract rent from
United Airlines Just Decided to Make Transatlantic Flights More Uncomfortable (Happy Holidays)
There's a certain inevitability with such things.
Photographer Spotlight: Andrea Torres Balaguer
Two beautiful series by Bareclona-photographer Andrea Torres Balaguer. See more images from “moon” and “the unknown” below.
Why This Boutique Barcelona Hotel Transformed Itself Into a New York Weekend
Cross-promotions like this are most successful when both sides have something to gain. While Seagram's gets access to a new audience, The Corner Hotel can enhance its reputation. -Samantha Shankman
Catalan left seeks socialist coalition as crucial election looms
Regional Podemos leader vows new start with government representing ‘pluri-national’ population“They say there are 40% in favour and 40% against independence, but what they don’t say is that the
IAM Weekend 18: The Subversion of Paradoxes
Uber is facing another major setback in its plans for global expansion
The EU’s top court ruled today (pdf) that Uber should be regulated like a taxi company, defying the ride-hailing app’s argument that it’s a technology…
Catalonia's regional election unlikely to heal bitter divisions
Spain’s PM hopes anti-independence ‘silent majority’ outside Barcelona turns out to vote – but crisis could last for decadesThey are known as the silent majority, a multitude of depoliticised,
Uber Is a Taxi Company, Not a Tech Business Says EU Top Court
The ruling may have implications for similar app-based companies.