Here's an extremely rare '71 model, spotted in a California self-service wrecking yard. Continue reading Junkyard Gem: 1971 Ford Pinto Coupe Junkyard Gem: 1971 Ford Pinto Coupe originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 12 Dec 2017 12:31:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
For so many of us, lighting is an afterthought in our interiors. This happens when you think of it as a utilitarian detail of the room, rather than something that adds aesthetic value. When it’s done right, lighting is the unsung element that brings your design to the next level. Show More Summary
Polish photographer Karol Nienartowicz has spent the past 15 years travelling all over Poland to capture its many mountain regions in all their Narnia-style wintry glory.
An FBI agent was removed from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team for calling President Trump an “idiot” and “enormous douche” in text messages he exchanged with an FBI lawyer. Read more Comments
And Prince Harry.
The Landmark Trust, a UK-based building conservation charity, has unveiled a list of weird and wonderful properties from a former fort to an isolated cottage that are available for Christmas.
The stylish tie-ins with "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" include a white-hot, limited-edition Rag & Bone collection, Christian Louboutin footwear charity auction, Wookie-warm Pendleton blankets and Nixon watches that pay homage to the red-armored Praetorian Guards.
The upstairs lounge at Manhattan's famed Spotted Pig restaurant had a decidedly stomach-churning nickname — the “rape room.” Read more...
Heather Havrilesky on love, death, relationships, and more.
Ryanair often tries to sell its scratchcards with the claim that buying two cards doubles your odds of winning. An Oxford University scientist showed why this is untrue.
Feminism isn’t just a buzzword; it’s the most-searched word of 2017. Read more...
A place to ask for fragrance recommendations and perfume suggestions
She pleaded guilty on Monday.
MailOnline Travel asked American wildlife expert Gordon Grice, author of The Book of Deadly Animals, to play 'would you rather?' with animal deaths.
Whether you're a first-time flier or experienced jet setter, we're willing to bet there are plenty of air travel questions you've always wondered. For example, what's the deal with those triangle stickers above your seat? And why do you always get stuck sitting beside a baby, or worse: a snorer? Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Met Office data from the past eight Christmas Days has been analysed to reveal which UK cities are most likely to see snowflakes on the big day.
The amazing footage shows Captain Dave Wallsworth bringing A380 'The Princess' in to Johannesburg, with on-screen graphics explaining the commands he's issuing.
Ibiza's clubbing capital of San Antonio is putting an end to dawn celebrations by calling time up to three hours earlier than before.
Images posted to the internet show how some workplaces are utterly bizarre – with one featuring a zig-zag aquarium that doubles as a desk divider.
The latest project from Los Angeles-based architecture firm KTGY Architecture + Planning is tackling the city’s homeless crisis. Called Hope on Alvarado, the complex is made out of repurposed shipping containers to provide high quality yet low-cost housing for homeless residents. The 84-unit building features a mix of studios and one-bedroom apartments ranging from 400 […]