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A New Section in Beijing’s Forbidden City Will Open to the Public for the Very First Time

The World’s Monuments Fund has just announced the plans to open a new section in Beijing’s Forbidden City to the public. With the help of Selldorf Architects, the Qianlong Garden will be restored along with a special visitor’s center.

Originally built between the years 1771 and 1776, the private Qianlong Garden was used as …

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Mac Miller’s Family & Record Label Open up About the Rapper’s Passing

While fans and friends of the late Mac Miller continue to mourn his death, Miller’s family and record label have released a statement on his passing. Miller, who was found dead due to a possible overdose, was only 26-years-old. The rapper has openly battled substance abuse in the past which he also touches upo…

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NikeCourt Reveals A New Tennis Shoe For The US Open

After Wimbledon, the US Open is arguably the most popular tennis tournament in the world, as the game’s top stars from all around the globe gather in Flushing, New York to make a claim at the world’s number one ranking. While Wimbledon has more traditions, a longer history, and more global recognition, a strict dress code that causes its athletes to wear white has limited player’s ability to express themselves through sneakers and apparel. With that in mind, players have use…

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Oakland is Newest Location for VSCO’s Free-to-Use Open Studio

Two years ago VSCO launched the first open studio in New York, and now they have offer a new photo studio in Oakland, California. Located within the main VSCO headquarters, they hope to provide a space for Bay Area creatives to bring personal projects to fruition. While you will have to provide your own camera-body, the studio is equipped …

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Twitter Plans to Open Verification to Everyone

Twitter’s coveted blue check will be showing up more frequently with the platform’s plans to make verification easier. During a 47-minute livestream on Periscope this past Thursday, Twitter’s chief executive Jack Dorsey stated, “The intention is to open verification to everyone and to do it in a way that is scalable, where we’re not i…

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