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Eco-Hotel Invites You To Work Up A Sweat For Free Organic Grub!

by Elizah Leigh

The Copenhagen Crowne Plaza hotel is filled with the traditional luxuries that one might expect of a four-star home away from home, except with a decidedly green twist. If you’ve

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Michael Jackson’s Neverland As A California State Park?

by Michael dEstries

After Michael Jackson’s passing in June 2009, I wondered aloud in an article what would become of his former Neverland Ranch. Would it turn into a museum? Become an animal

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Royal Blood: Prince Charles’ Sinks His Teeth Into New Transylvania Property

by Elizah Leigh

Diehard vamp-geeks will swear up and down that Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer (which took its final bow in 2003) and its spin off Angel (which passed on just

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High Line Phase 2 To Feature Flyovers, Thickets, And More Lounging

by Michael dEstries

New York City’s High Line — a formerly derelict railway line transformed into a 1.5 mile-long park — is about to start construction on Phase 2 of its expansion. The

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Water Under Bridge: Kilmer’s Public Apology Yields Thumbs Up For New Mexico B&B

by Elizah Leigh

Have you been hanging on the edge of your seat…wondering…waiting…hoping that things would work out alright for Val Kilmer since early June’s news that he was technically barred from converting

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TV’s Bug & Slime Guy Makes No Bones About Love For Eco-Dwellings

by Elizah Leigh

Dwell on Design is a yearly exhibition (coming up this weekend as a matter of fact) that is known for the latest and greatest in cutting edge household designs, furnishings

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Santa Fe Film Festival Lucks Out Thanks To Val Kilmer’s Generous Offer

by Elizah Leigh

Running October 20 – 24, 2010, the annual Santa Fe Film Festival – which is now in its tenth year – offers a high-profile forum for foreign, domestic and New

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