Must-See Films About Space Travel

The first published depiction of a manned artificial satellite was in a work of speculative fiction that appeared in The Atlantic (then known as The Atlantic Monthly) in 1868. “The Brick Moon” by Edward Everett Hale imagined the construction of a giant sphere constructed of bricks that could serve as a navigational aide.
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Dark Tourism: Seeking Out the Dangerous and Derelict

If you like visiting weird, macabre, or creepy places when you travel, you might be a dark tourist. “Dark tourism” is a travel trend that has gained a lot of attention in recent years as people flock to places associated with tragedy, death, or mystery. In the late 1990s, this concept was officially introduced by two academics, John Lennon and Malcolm Foley, in their booked titled Dark Tourism
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Short Reads For Long Flights

There are people who cannot fall asleep on airplanes. I know, for a fact, that I am one of them. Once, in an attempt to force myself to fall asleep during a marathon flight from London, England to Los Angeles, CA, I stayed awake for most of the night before.
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All The Best Womenswear Brands Are Now Doing Menswear

In mass market fashion, menswear has always taken something of a backseat to womenswear. Consider your standard mall brand store: menswear is in the back, or the second floor, or it’s sometimes simply not offered. The fashion market is rapidly changing, however, as brands increasingly recognize that the men’s market can be just as valuable as the women’s.
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Grown Up Graphics

Among the first bits of advice doled out on menswear blogs for those looking for a basic introduction to dressing well is to unceremoniously rid yourself of graphic T-shirts. Even the name, graphic T-shirt, can induce hives in  looking to shed a less than stylish past. Perhaps “graphic T-shirt” reminds you of those awful “funny” t-shirts, typically comprising a half-baked pun at best, or a crass sexist joke at worst.
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