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Pinterest’s frumpy Midwestern charm could make it an international juggernaut
As it prepares for an IPO, Pinterest still comes across as more of a quaint scrapbooking meet-up than a slick social media sensation.
Singapore’s stunning expansion of Changi Airport is redefining what an airport is
It's not an airport, it's a lifestyle hub.
All the times Bran stares at people in the “Game of Thrones” season 8 premiere
Your guide to all of Bran Stark's creepy stares in episode one.
The biggest band in the world just put out its most triumphant album
"Map of the Soul: Persona," by the K-pop group BTS, is a joyful listen.
Photos: The marvel of elections in Indonesia, nation of 17,000 islands
Elections in Indonesia, an archipelago of thousands of islands, are one of the world's most impressive feats of electoral logistics.
Big Pharma’s latest target: Botox for 20-somethings
Injectables get a makeover for the Instagram age.
The art of London’s climate change protests is an homage to the 1968 Paris riots
The posters show both the enormity of the threat that climate change poses and anger at the lack of action so far.
Coachella should probably just change its name to Beychella now
Beyonce’s “Homecoming” documentary and album are further proof that she’s bigger than Coachella, or any other festival or star.
What the coded, sexist language used to describe Pinterest tells us about the company
Rather than treating its women-dominated audience as an advantage that has led to solid growth, much of the reporting has framed it as rather off-putting.
Adidas’s zero-waste sneaker is a simple idea that took years to execute
The idea behind the Futurecraft.Loop is simple, but making it real took years of work.
Ancestry just pulled a TV commercial romanticizing a slavery-era interracial couple
Critics pointed out that ad's "forbidden love" narrative whitewashes the brutal sexual exploitation of slave women by white slaveowners.
A German wine punch that’s perfect for spring
The maibowle is an herbaceous wine punch that's just the thing for an afternoon barbecue or a brunch.
These weed pens promise to make you feel as sexy, social, or sleepy as you like
Cannabis companies are putting out a slew of high-design disposable vaporizers.
A dozen delicious ways to eat boiled eggs
Don't let your leftover Easter eggs go to waste.
An immersive art installation lets you see, smell and feel the toxic fog of polluted cities
Burnt rubber perfumes London's air. São Paulo smells like vinegar. Beijing's winter scent is sulfur and coal.
Arya’s first sex scene marks a striking shift for “Game of Thrones”
It was a welcome anomaly in a series that has rarely chosen to depict sex without violence, incest, coercion, payment, or politics.
Rahul Gandhi may think Wayanad is a safe seat, but the local Communists disagree
In Wayanad, Hindus, Christians, and Muslims live together with ease. Like all of Kerala, it is known as "God's own country." And a significant part of it is communist.
What to do if someone in your office has the measles
A case of measles at Google's main campus should be taken as a warning: The virus can show up anywhere.
Fear and loathing in the Amazon Mother’s Day Gift Shop
A guide to the best of the worst.
Whole Foods will celebrate the new royal baby with a “vibrant orange” cheddar cheese
The color of the special edition cheese is a nod to Prince Harry's status as perhaps the world's most famous ginger.