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World's Rudest Cities Named by Foursquare

by Libby Zay. Posted Mar 3rd 2011 11:00 AM

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Foursquare, a location-based social networking website, has crunched numbers in its database to compile a list of the 20 rudest cities in the world.
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Airport Introduces Security Holograms

by Fran Golden. Posted Jan 31st 2011 10:10 AM
John and Julie are the newest members of the security staff at Manchester Airport, the largest regional airport in the U.K., but they are not human. They are holograms.
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Events Worth Traveling For in 2011

by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Jan 10th 2011 01:51 PM

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Every day's a holiday, and there's no shortage of global festivals to support that fact. With so many celebrations occurring around the world, it's difficult to decide which to travel to. Here we've compiled a list of fabulous festivals you should plan your year around.
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Hotel Guest Tries Movie Stunt To Escape Police

by Kim Foley MacKinnon. Posted Jan 10th 2011 09:58 AM
A 35-year-old New Hampshire man is in the hospital after trying to escape from police by lowering himself out of his fourth-floor room using tied together bed sheets at the Hilton Garden Inn Manchester, N.H.
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Manchester Mythbusters

by Andy Hayes. Posted Oct 21st 2010 04:29 PM
Manchester Mythbusters

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Manchester has plenty of myths, and most of them are not very inviting. There's the myth about how unsafe the city is, and how many shooting deaths occur here (less than you hear). And then there are the myths about deaths due to overconsumption of alcohol and alcohol poisoning – again, a problem, but not as big as one would think. But some of Manchester's most interesting stories are the tales that nobody talks about. Manchester mythbusters, let's delve into some of the secret aspects of Manchester history.
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