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The brand is so popular that Palestinians are willing to pay a team of smugglers to run orders through underground tunnels.
The famous doll now has a life-sized mansion in the center of European Bohemianism.
America's next $1 billion stadium will be in Minneapolis. This one is actually pretty cool.
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Seven months after Superstorm Sandy, work crews are dismantling New Jersey's Jet Star.
Gary Hustwit and Jon Pack have been photographing former Olympic sites around the world.
Guess your location using Streetview.
It makes it look like you're chin-deep in water.
But the problem is not what you think.
Forty years ago, the EPA's Documerica project captured the first weeks of life in Lower Manhattan after the Twin Towers debuted.
This is apparently how some Chinese drivers handle this frustration.
It's like they're prepping for a cover story in House & Garden.
A stand-off with the city could cost Paris one of its most-visited bastions of Bohemianism.
A two-day urban hike called the Big Parade reminds Angelinos that their city has a pedestrian culture after all.
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