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Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers executes another comeback versus the 49ers at Lambeau Field. (Dylan Buell/Getty Images) Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers sets “The Frozen Tundra” on fire—slinging spiral missiles and captaining impossible comeback wins for hyped Packer fans at iconic Lambeau Field. While he defies opponents and aerodynamic laws on the field, there’s also
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(CNN) — Ever dreamed of owning a fairy-tale castle in the French countryside? Now you can — and it’ll set you back a mere $58. A crowdfunding project to restore the medieval French chateau of Ebaupinay, in the Deux-Sevres region of western France, is offering shares in the crumbling landmark in exchange for funds to
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Paula Daniels, co-founder of the L.A. based Center for Good Food Purchasing, partners with large public institutions to source food that is better for people and planet. She was named an Ashoka Fellow for her innovative work.Ashoka Entrepreneur Paula Daniels wants to create a better food system that prioritizes the health and well-being of people and planet. That’s why in
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(CNN) — India might just be the most colorful country on Earth. It’s a land of otherworldly landscapes for travel — from stunning lakes and endless rolling plains to the snow-capped Himalayas in the north. It’s also home to wild festivals, romantic mausoleums and some of the most hectic cities in the world. To get
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Megan snapping a selfie in front of otherworldly Kol-Suu Lake © Megan Eaves Megan Eaves, Destination Editor for North Asia, has recently returned from a trip to Kyrgyzstan. Tell us more… I spent a quick five days exploring the Tien Shan Mountains in Kyrgyzstan on a horse trek. Kyrgyzstan is an extremely mountainous country, and
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(CNN) — While exploring Japan in 2016, Parisian photographer Romain Veillon discovered the eerily deserted “Western Village” amusement park, themed around 1800s America. Veillon’s photographs of the Western Village are unsettling shots of a neglected theme park. But for the French photographer, it’s not about being scared — or creating creepy photographs. “Exploring these places
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Boracay, the Philippines (CNN) — Boracay, one of the world’s most famous beach destinations, has re-opened for a limited-numbers test run almost six months after being closed for a cleanup operation to reverse the fortunes of the resort island once labeled a “cesspool” by Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte. The sun was out to welcome a
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Even the bike racks on Telegraph Avenue reflect Berkeley’s culture — Photo courtesy of Visit Berkeley Berkeley has always been the Bay Area’s eccentric uncle, refusing to conform or be defined in conventional terms. Because of this, it’s a must-visit, embracing its quirkiness and offering random – often joyful – discoveries around every corner. Here
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It’s the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness – and more importantly, sensational food and wine. Here are the highlights from around the world.  Gorgeous Georges You may have heard – the locals have mentioned it once or twice – that France knows a couple of things about wine. Particularly in autumn, when it starts
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