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Thailand extends Pattaya pubs darts ban nationwide

Januaryâ??s ban on the popular game of darts being played in Pattaya has now been extended to cover the entire country. Expats enjoying a night out along with a game of darts in several of Pattayaâ??s bars-cum-pubs were horrified last month when local police stormed in and confiscated the dart boards. The reason given was that a permit... Expats Blog -

Critic: La Cabane d’à Côté is Rustic Bliss

Including a nod to Heirloom and a round-up for pho Less than a month has passed since Martin Picard opened La Cabane d’à Côté co-owners Marc Beaudin and chef Vincent Dion Lavallée. While exciting for many, the latest in Au Pied de Cochon’s woodsy adventures, it may seem somewhat premature for it to receive a visit from critics. Show More Summary

Pizza-And-More Snack Bar Fiorellino Is Coming to Mile End This Spring

The owners are hoping to make the Laurier BBQ space shine again Fiery downtown Italian restaurant Fiorellino is set to open in Mile End later this spring. Fiorellino opened in 2015 on de la Gauchetiere downtown, from the team behindShow More Summary

I never expected to last the full hour: Carla Bruni’s C’est la Vie reviewed

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Plus: how Val Wilmer became one of the great jazz writers and the first female composer to win an Oscar

13 Drugstore Products That Are as Good as Luxury, According to Beauty Editors

Beauty favorites like La Mer, Nars, and Too Faced can be pricey! These drugstore products have similar results at an affordable price, according to beauty pros.

Las Vegas Real Estate in February: Sales Down 4% YoY, Inventory down 31%

This is a key distressed market to follow since Las Vegas saw the largest price decline, following the housing bubble, of any of the Case-Shiller composite 20 cities. The Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors reported Southern Nevada...Show More Summary

Towable shipping container-based tiny house runs on or off-the-grid

Las Vegas-based Alternative Living Spaces has shared its newest shipping container dwelling with us. Named the City, the compact tiny house can be outfitted to run on or off-the-grid and, like Escape's Vista C, can also optionally be...Show More Summary

Las Vegas' splashy pool season is open. Here are five places to party

Three new pools, surfing and action-packed movies are among the options for water-loving spring visitors.

Ed Norton Lists Malibu Duplex Beach House

Last year, after he shelled out nearly $12 million for an architectural tour-de-force in Malibu’s swanky Colony enclave, Ed Norton made his two-unit beachfront property on Malibu’s Las Flores Beach available as rental at $15,000 per month and this week the unfussy but high-priced property popped up for sale on the open market at $5.25 […]

UFC 222 'Fight Motion': Watch another Cyborg win, plus rise of Ortega, in super slow motion

Check out the super slow motion highlights from this past Saturday’s UFC 222 pay-per-view in Las Vegas.

Is Martin Short the Greatest Talk-Show Guest of All Time?

Ian Crouch on what makes the comedian Martin Short such an exceptional talk-show guest, from his thorough preparation to always, a là Don Rickles, taking a jab at the host.

Disney's Aladdin Remake Has New Songs from Greatest Showman Team

Greatest Showman and La La Land songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul are creating 2 new songs for Disney's live-action Aladdin.

Commemorating the 1968 East LA Walkouts with Films, Art, and More

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On the 50th anniversary of the walkouts, the Chicano Studies Research Center at UCLA has organized a two-day conference to commemorate this seminal event. The post Commemorating the 1968 East LA Walkouts with Films, Art, and More appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Big East Tournament Preview

Villanova was finally dethroned from its string of four consecutive Big East regular season titles. With a 15-3 conference record, Xavier now stands in its place. But per KenPom and Las Vegas, the Wildcats remain a prohibitive favorite to capture the tournament crown this week. Show More Summary

Jimmy Kimmel's Oscars monologue takes aim at Trump, Pence and Harvey Weinstein

As you might expect, host Jimmy Kimmel kicked off his monologue for the 90th Academy Awards by making fun of last year's epic best picture mix-up, when "La La Land" was briefly awarded the prize instead of the real winner, "Moonlight." "This year, when you hear your name called, don't get up right...

Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Justino: By the Numbers

The Brazilian juggernaut’s women’s featherweight title will be on the table when she battles Yana Kunitskaya in the UFC 222 headliner on Saturday in Las Vegas.

The Worst False DMCA Notice I’ve Seen

Deliberately false DMCA notices are, fortunately, very rare. However, even among the exceptions, Richard La Ruina (the mind behind Super Seducer) stands out as misguided and dangerous. The post The Worst False DMCA Notice I’ve Seen appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Tom Misch - It Runs Through Me (Ft. De La Soul)

Sounds like: Loyal Carner, Jordan Rakei, Daniel Casesar Song: Tom Misch - It Runs Through Me (Ft. De La Soul) What's so good? Singer-songwriter Tom Misch is readying the release of his debut album, Geography, and this week has dropped...Show More Summary

Required Reading

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This week, viral photo of the SpaceX launch, art and tech's complicity, Thomas Heatherwick's "The Vessel," travel in the age of Instagram, drone fashion models, the Las Vegas painting with a cult following, and more. The post Required Reading appeared first on Hyperallergic.

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