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Emotional Zach Johnson 'At A Loss Of Words' After Winning British Open
By Tony Jimenez, Reuters
Johnson will take home his second career major championship.
5 Best Golf Hotels in the World
The Guide to the Good Life
From the windswept heath of Scotland to the lava-cut contours of Hawaii, golf is truly a global sport. It offers great opportunities for adventurous links lovers to explore their native countries and beyond.
CULTURE & ARTS
From Urbanizing to Urban, According to My Facebook Cover Page
Charles R. Wolfe
Seattle attorney and writer
During a year filled with four trips abroad and two months away, many of my 2014 Facebook cover photos helped fill my yearly urban and exurban diaries.
CULTURE & ARTS
Hauntology and Psychogeography Inspire New Album From Drew Mulholland of Mount Vernon Arts Lab Fame
Helen I. Hwang
Journalist, Author, Mechanical Engineer
Timing is everything and it's probably no coincidence that we scheduled our interview right before Halloween, which has its centuries-old roots in Gaelic and Celtic regions, like Scotland where we meet.
10 Man Hotels for Movember
Empowering 120+ million monthly travelers to find their ideal ...
From the ultimate Vegas getaway, to the home of the first golf course, to a room with a beer-filled tub, these distinctive dwellings from around the world have something to offer virtually every mo-bro.
10 Must-See Destinations Near Edinburgh, Scotland
Your one-stop shop for holiday rental accommodation
Here are ten must-see places that are easily accessible by car or public transport and range from the birthplace of the Scottish saltire and the scene of notorious 16th century witch trials to the home of Rugby Sevens.
The Night Kate Middleton Asked Me to Dance
Actor, comedian, activist and art collector
There was fog on the moors and the hounds were baying in the night when I landed in Glasgow, Scotland... or maybe it was just the sound of the jet engines dying down, along with the fog of three vodkas I took for the transatlantic flight from L.A.
PHOTOS: Kate Middleton Pulls Off Michelle Obama's Favorite Trend
Does she get an A+?
18 Glamorous Golf Getaways (PHOTOS)
Fashion and travel writer, Passport blog editor for Kiwi Colle...
The rugged headlands of Scotland or the sandy shores of Bermuda? There's plenty of fairway to go around and get you around the world.
Dating Easier For Hot Women? That's What One Study Finds
Men. The word alone evokes emotions of love, hate, annoyance, frustration and more. And why shouldn't it? A study says men
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Jake Champion Sucker Punch During St. Thomas Aquinas-St. Andrew's High School Lacrosse Game (VIDEO)
Even Metta World Peace would likely cringe at the sucker punch delivered during a high school regional final lacrosse game
Earning Less Than Your Peers Can Make You Happy
Knowing that your colleagues and peers earn more than you can actually raise your satisfaction levels, but only if you are
CULTURE & ARTS
The True Story Behind
Golf in the Kingdom
Lisa Paul Streitfeld, Ph.D.
Cultural Critic/Kultureindustrie Theorist
"Men loving men, that is what golf is," proclaims actress Joanne Whalley in a Scottish brogue in
Golf in the Kingdom
, which premiered in New York City last Friday.
A Chilly Start to May
Undergraduate student at the University of St. Andrews in Scot...
Students from St. Andrews welcome the month of May with much enthusiasm and few clothes. Scotland's oldest university, celebrating its 600th year, has once again successfully hosted "the May Dip."
U.S. Students Head To The UK For College
When Adelaide Waldrop learned that she had been consigned to the wait list at each of the four universities she wanted most
The Future of Banking
Will the emerging market economies be able to sustain optimism or will yet another wave of crisis hit those markets as well? One hopes they do not follow in our Western footsteps.
The Bisbee 1000 Stair Climb Race and The Iceman Competition
Has traveled to 130 countries and written about them all
The Iceman race started seven years ago as a way to entertain spectators and participants while awaiting the Bisbee 1000 awards ceremony. Now, it's a serious race. Truthfully?
STYLE & BEAUTY
A Jew, A Scotsman And A Haggis Walk Into A Bar... And Try Balvenie Single Malt Scotch
Writer of words, drinker of booze, eater of food, listener of ...
Why does the typical American know about -- if not celebrate -- St. Patrick's Day, but not Robert Burns Day? I have no idea. Or as a Scot might say, I cannae tell ye.
Hugh Grant Unwinds With Crush Of College Beauties
Actor Hugh Grant seems to be relishing his newfound single life. After being seen on a string of mystery dates, naughty Hugh
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