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Avenue Hotel Copenhagen

This homely hotel offers a great opportunity to experience lively and charming neighbourhoods just outside Copenhagen’s city centre, complete with friendly staff, a relaxed attitude and an inviting breakfast buffet.

75-pound pearl spent a decade stowed under someone's bed

One person's lucky charm could be a local government's national treasure. Aileen Cynthia Maggay-Amurao, a tourism official from Puerto Princesa, Philippines, says the city is home to what could be the world's largest natural pearl on record. Show More Summary

Eight Good Reasons To Fall In Love With Galway

It’s  not often you get to describe a city as ‘charming’ – that’s usually reserved for little towns and villages – but Galway just is. Galway is special. We’re not even sure how to describe it’s special-ness because it’s sort of intangible, something you just feel when you’re there. Show More Summary

Too Crazy For The Show: Derek Charm On Drawing 'The Powerpuff Girls' In Comics

The city of Townsville is home to three of pop culture's greatest superheroines, and with their return to television with a new series last year, it was only a matter of time before The Powerpuff Girls made it back to comics. Now the...Show More Summary

Inside Look at WIRED Offices - San Francisco

Inside Look at WIRED Offices - San Francisco AoiroStudio Aug 17, 2016 The beautiful city of San Francisco, a city that I truly love because of its charming bridges and old cable cars. I can't help to notice and like how strong is the design community in the Bay. Show More Summary

Chase Utley's return to Philadelphia comes with a wallop in Dodgers' 15-5 win

As each baseball took flight, a sea of red rose to salute a player wearing the visiting grays of the Dodgers. The sports fans of this city carry a reputation for a charming blend of passion and poison, but they have never been considered traitorous. Only one man can make them root against their...

The memorial video a Royals pitcher made for Rally Mantis is wonderful

The Kansas City Royals had found their good luck charm, an insect known as the Rally Mantis that might have helped the team go 5-1 (...)

Tokyo’s neon-drenched cityscapes celebrated in new photo series

Hot pinks, blues, and yellows take center stage Tokyo has earned a serious rep among city lovers for its dense streetscapes, charmingly thick with neon signage, and high-octane colors. In a new series of photos that capture the Japanese...Show More Summary

The one aspect of ‘Suicide Squad’ that saved it from becoming a flop

IT WAS ALREADY clear nearly a year ago, from the floor of Baltimore Comic-Con, that this month’s “Suicide Squad” would be a hit. There in Charm City, as cosplayers flocked to the Inner Harbor, a costumed Harley Quinn couldn’t swing her supersize mallet over her head without hitting, well, another Harley Quinn. Some of the […]

Metro systems' rugged charms focus of new photo series

Montreal-based photographer Chris M. Forsyth takes on major European cities’ transit stations Even in some of the world’s most beautiful metro stations, daily commuters make it a priority to get in and out as quickly as possible—dawdling is for tourists. Show More Summary

Love finds a way in Daniel Burman's low-key, charming 'The Tenth Man'

2 weeks agoEntertainment / Film : LA Times

“The Tenth Man” is a low-key charmer, an unlooked-for combination of Jane Austen and Isaac Bashevis Singer. With a twist of Buenos Aires thrown into the mix. Set in that city’s El Once Jewish neighborhood (its original Spanish title translates as “The King of El Once”), “The Tenth Man” is the latest...

The World Needs a Tokyo Like Early 20th Century Tokyo

TOKYO -- Truly great cities capture our imagination, even when we have never visited them. Paris conjures renewal and love, New York is about hustle and dynamism and London represents staid charm. Istanbul speaks of mystery, Rio de Janeiro of zestful libertinism and Shanghai of rapid reinvention. And then there's Tokyo. Show More Summary

10 Things We Learned From The Cast & Crew of DC's "Powerless"

"Powerless" stars Vanessa Hudgens, Ron Funches and Danny Pudi talk superheroes, Charm City, and how DCU continuity comes into play.

Home of the Week: Bridging generations in Studio City

Found in Footbridge Square, a charming pocket of Studio City known for its pedestrian bridge that crosses the L.A. River, this two-story was taken down to the studs and rebuilt for the modern family. Ipe wood siding and a pivoting glass door lend a contemporary sheen to the exterior, which pays...

Immerse yourself in the culture of Québec City

Québec City is a charming Canadian outpost brimming with European charm, gorgeous natural beauty and architectural delights. Perfect for a weekend getaway from both Boston and New York, it’s a modern city filled with art and culture that elegantly keeps one eye on the future while also artfully respecting the past. Show More Summary

Rent in Anchorage, Augusta, Eugene: What $1,200/month gets you right now

From a charming apartment to a four-bedroom house Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various cities across the U.S. Is one person's studio another's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $1,200/month. Show More Summary

5 Reasons to Visit Greenville, South Carolina

When people think of South Carolina, they think of Charleston, or Myrtle Beach—certainly not Greenville. However, this charming little city in the shadow of the Blue Ridge mountains has turned into a dynamic destination. A 32-acre park,...Show More Summary

"Brews and Views" -- Prague's New Beer Lovers' Tour

Distinctive architecture, endless cobblestones – not to mention art, music, and history --are just a few of the charms that attract travelers to Prague, “the city of 100 spires.” Then, of course, there is “pivo” - the beer. The beloved...Show More Summary

Why Mel Chin is giving away the land art design of his subversively charming Current: LA native garden

last monthArts : Culture Monster

The city of Los Angeles' first public art biennial Current: LA Water, organized by the Department of Cultural Affairs, kicked off this past weekend with the unveiling of sculptures, art talks, DJ sets and a tea ceremony that used water from the L.A. River. (Hope no one drank it because, um, that...

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