3 weeks ago

Til death do us bark

Lucky Diamond, a Maltese dog, is seen at her bridal shower in New York, May 14, 2012. Like many brides, she's in a rush to walk down the aisle but this was not your typical bridal shower. The bride, Lucky, like 12 of the 32 guests, is a dog. An... read more...



2 months ago

Germany celebrates 1st same-sex weddings after law change

Germany celebrated its first same-sex weddings Sunday, after a new law came into force putting gay and lesbian couples on an equal legal footing with heterosexual couples.

Town halls in Berlin, Hamburg and elsewhere opened their doors to ma read more...



3 months ago

Last Cabrini-Green Residents Told to Move Out

For decades, Chicago's infamous Cabrini-Green high-rises with their fenced-in balconies and horrific high-profile crimes were a symbol of the failure of public housing in America.

Their closure this month ends an ugly era. But for the las read more...



3 months ago

CNN Transcript - CNN Movers: Doug Levine Pushes Zany Crunch Gym Franchise to Forefront of Fitness Centers




Doug Levine Pushes Zany Crunch Gym Franchise to Forefront of Fitness Centers

Aired April 29, 2000 - 3:30 p.m. ET

THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED.

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3 months ago

How to Find a Reliable Moving Company in 7 Steps

The Moving Blog is the place to learn and educate before moving. Since 2008 we are working hard to provide you with the best moving advice, moving tips and complete relocation guides on how to move smoother, faster and at the lowest possible cost. read more...



6 months ago

Which City Really Does Have The Most Restaurants Per Capita? by Kevin Fields

Travel to most city websites around the net and you'll be surprised by how many purport to have more restaurants per capita than anywhere else. This is claimed by San Francisco; Madison, Wisconsin; Washington DC; and Shreveport, Louisiana. At leas read more...



9 months ago

RECIPE: Delmonico's Steak - ABC News

When the now-legendary Delmonico's opened in Manhattan's financial district in 1837, it broke new ground in the American dining industry. It was the first establishment to go by the French term, "restaurant," and the firsts did not end there.
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