Month: April 2019

In his hometown of Brooklyn, NY, Adam is at Buffalo Cantina for the Suicide Six Wings Challenge. This was Adam’s first eating foe, and he wasn’t able to finish even one wing back then. If he wants to conquer his past, he must down 6 super-spicy wings in 6 minutes. Will Adam’s special guest coach
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(CNN) — With possible plans to spend a part of their first baby’s early childhood in Africa, one of the first photos the offspring of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle poses for could end up being in a passport. But what kind of passport? With a British father and an American mother, will the infant
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The best ribs on Beale Street can be found at Blues City Cafe — Photo courtesy of Rory Doyle Considered “The Birthplace of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” Memphis has been making music history for two centuries. Elvis called the city home, and legends like Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes and Mavis Staples provided the soundtrack. But there’s
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Sarah Ali Choudhury, leading the charge for Curry equality Sarah Ali Choudhury In less than two weeks the third edition of The Small Awards will recognise the UK’s best small businesses. Included in the evening’s categories is the award for ‘New Kid on the Block’, for the best small business start-up under 18-months-old. Sarah Ali
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(CNN) — Travelers looking to experience the abundance of wildlife that’s thriving on the Korean Peninsula’s Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) — oft described as the world’s most heavily armed border — have a new option to consider. The United Nations Command (UNC) has approved phase one of South Korea’s “Peace Trail” project, which includes plans to
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Adam is in Hartford, CT, at Randy’s Wooster Street Pizza Shop for its Stuffed Pizza Challenge. Two people must take down a pie made with 4 pizza doughs and packed with meats, cheeses and veggies — it weighs in at more than 10 pounds. If they do it, they get their meal for free and
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The Solent lapped the little beach, scrunching the shells, smoothing the pale sand, soothing the mind. A few people wandered down the far end, past Queen Victoria’s bathing machine. But they disappeared from view as I leant back into the blue-tiled alcove (where Victoria liked to sketch). Thus shielded, I had privacy as I gazed
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The dramatic nine-story atrium at The Beekman is the building’s glamorous focal point. The Beekman The Beekman Hotel brings historic lower Manhattan architecture together with top-level dining and nightlife and a collection of hotel rooms that have as much personality as the building itself. Built in 1881 by architect James M. Farnsworth, the building was
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