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Source: Common Domain

Liverpool vs. Roma: A Champions League Semifinal Made in Boston

Monday 13:38 GMT

What neither of them imagined that afternoon was that 10 months later, their soccer clubs would meet in a Champions League semifinal made in Boston.

Pallotta and Henry employed eight managers between them before settling on their current leaders, Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool and Di Francesco at Roma. Henry had to scrap a plan for a new stadium in favor of remodeling Anfield while Pallotta’s own scheme for a new Roma stadium has been delayed by Italian bureaucracy—one issue, for instance, is that you can’t build anything in Rome without digging some priceless ruin.

Source: NBC News

‘One Tree Hill’ fans will instantly recognize this charming house — it's for sale!

Monday 13:38 GMT

If you grew up watching “One Tree Hill,” there’s a good chance you’ll be swooning over this house in Wilmington, North Carolina.

“We had to delay the listing because there was a 'One Tree Hill' convention,” she told TODAY Home, adding that the open houses were mixed with serious potential buyers and fans of the show who were just coming to see the place. Because of the fan base, the new owners will have to deal with being a stop on the “One Tree Hill” fans’ self-guided tours around town.

Source: Fox News

'MasterChef' contestant Matt Campbell dies after collapsing during London Marathon

Tuesday 00:39 GMT

“MasterChef” contestant Matt Campbell died Sunday after he collapsed during the London Marathon, the second long-distance race he participated in within two weeks.

“We are shocked and saddened to hear the news about Matt Campbell, one of our talented contestants from last year,” the show tweeted on Monday. Campbell, 29, a semi-finalist on the cooking competition show in Britain, collapsed at the 22.5 mile mark and was later pronounced dead at the hospital, the BBC reported.

Source: New York Times

10 Treasures, Unearthed From the New York Philharmonic’s Archives

Tuesday 00:39 GMT

Imagine what you could find if you rummaged through the attic of America’s oldest orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, founded in 1842.

Under this reading, the edits were simply accommodations to the technical level of the Philharmonic at that time.

Source: NBC News

LGBTQ teens in West Virginia create state's first "rainbow" prom

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

This year, some West Virginia students decided to start a new tradition: The Rainbow Formal, the state’s first dance for LGBTQ youth.

Other schools in West Virginia, such as Hurricane High School, are more accepting of LGBTQ populations, according to students. Sam Green, a junior there who is trans and helped to organize the Rainbow Formal, said while some of his peers in West Virginia might not experience a similarly supportive environment, they can be themselves at the dance.

Source: New York Times

Hawaiian Food Is Flourishing … in Utah?

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

The restaurant chain Mo’ Bettahs has found success appealing to Utah’s dominant religious group: Mormons, who have long had ties to Polynesia.

They had no clue about the logistics of running a restaurant, but no doubt that it would center on their favorite food, the Hawaiian plate lunch — a multicultural meal of meat, rice and macaroni salad, a staple of 19th-century sugar-plantation workers who came to Hawaii from countries like Japan and China.

Source: CBS News

Nature up close: Hummingbirds

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

The Sonoran in southern Arizona, with its combination of mountains, creeks and one of the richest deserts on Earth, is a magnet for at least 12 species of hummingbirds.

Because hummingbirds are small, they have an almost unbelievably, high metabolic rate, roughly 77 times that of a human, who would have to eat at least 155,000 calories a day just to survive if he had the same metabolic rate. If they weighed five pounds, instead of a fraction of an ounce, you might be scared to death.

Source: BBC

How one woman started a cosmetics empire at 29

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

"I try to recruit really strong people around me, and then give them enough rope to be able to learn in a way I learned."

Rather than dreading her trips to buy makeup, and then doing nothing about it, back in 1997 Jo Horgan recognised a business opportunity - and opened an upmarket cosmetics shop that sold a large number of different brands that her staff would recommend entirely on merit. Living in Melbourne, Australia, she quit her project management job at French cosmetics giant L'Oreal, and launched her own company, which she called Mecca.

Source: Common Domain

How to Dress Like a Billionaire

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

Now on its third season, Showtime’s dramedy “Billions” masterfully captures the changing dress codes of the finance world

Not all powerful men can or do dress down, and “Billions” creators Brian Koppelman and David Levine shrewdly pit Mr. Axelrod’s afflu-leisure against District Attorney Rhoades Jr.’s bespoke three-piece suits. It’s not that Mr. Rhoades Jr. looks unfashionable in his suits (they are pristine, big-ticket suits courtesy of a Scrooge-McDuckian trust fund) but they look like stuffy old money armor compared to Mr. Axelrod’s laissez-faire threads.

Source: NBC News

These are the best sneakers from Shape's 2018 Sneaker Awards

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

If your sneakers have seen better days, though, don't worry: Brooke Danielson from Shape Magazine went to the TODAY studio to reveal the winners of Shape's 2018 Sneaker Awards.

For more walking shoes, TODAY Style put together a list of our favorite slip on sneakers (and look-alikes) that keep selling out.

Source: Common Domain

Tribeca Film Festival is embracing cryptocurrency and tech

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

Tribeca is premiering psychological thriller “BRAID,” the first major feature film to be funded through an equity crowdsale using cryptocurrency. The “BRAID” token sale on the Ethereum Blockchain raised $1.7 million in two weeks with Joseph Lubin, blockchain entrepreneur, and founder of ConsenSys, serving as the movie’s executive producer.

Tribeca is seeking to reflect the ongoing debate over diversity in film, with 46% of the films at the festival being directed by women.

Source: Common Domain

Top 10 roast beef recipes

Monday 13:37 GMT

For a few extra pointers watch our video on how to roast and carve a rib of beef: . This brilliant roast beef recipe complete with an easy gravy and carrots and onions is an instant winner for Sunday dinner.

A simple family supper or a dinner party with guests to impress can both be instantly improved with a show-stopping centrepiece of roast beef.

Source: CBS News

Shipwreck in Lake Erie could be almost 200 years old

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

Shipwreck hunters are planning to excavate around a Lake Erie wreck this summer that they think could be the remains of a schooner that went down nearly two centuries ago.

They plan to take measurements, examine how the ship was constructed and look for any artifacts that could identify the ship as the Lake Serpent.

Source: NBC News

Eat it or toss it: A guide to leftovers

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

If, even for a second, you suspect your leftovers may have been sitting out or even in the fridge too long, better to toss them in the trash than take the chance and get sick.

All this said, there’s a way Americans can easily cut down on waste and save some cash — they can starting literally and figuratively start warming up to leftovers. According to a report on food prices and spending from the USDA, Americans spent 36.3 cents of every dollar on services provided by food service establishments, 15.2 cents to food processors, and 12.4 cents to food retailers, which amounts to an average of $3,008 per year spent on dining out, says the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Source: CBS News

Unruly passenger tased, removed from American Airlines flight in Miami

Tuesday 00:38 GMT

An unruly passenger was removed from a Miami to Chicago flight after being tased by Miami-Dade Police, according to authorities.

According to American Airlines, there was a "disagreement" between Jacob Garcia and another passenger while Flight 2446 was still at the gate at Miami International Airport. The "disagreement", according to the arrest affidavit started when Garcia touched a female passenger inappropriately without her permission.

Source: Global News

North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing

Saturday 14:32 GMT
Source: Fox News

North Korea announces end to missile testing as Trump cites 'big progress'

Saturday 14:32 GMT
Source: New York Times

‘Viva Verdi,’ Say Fans With Very Verdian Names

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: Washington Post

Make this one-pan Spanish Eggs and Potatoes, and you’ll learn how to fry

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Kalidou Koulibaly’s late header seals victory for Napoli over Juventus

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: New York Times

Review: Anna Netrebko Emerges as a Powerful New Tosca at the Met

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: The Guradian

US and Russian nuclear arsenals set to be unchecked for first time since 1972

Wednesday 12:44 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Tencent Music: Tune In, But Don’t Turn On Yet

Tuesday 11:48 GMT
Source: Common Domain

$110 Million Malibu Beach Home Sets Los Angeles Price Record

Today 07:03 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Don’t blame oil prices for a narrowing gap in government bond yields, says BMO

Tuesday 19:10 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Advertising Guidelines for Online Sponsored, Branded & Featured Content

Today 07:03 GMT
Source: New York Times

‘I Feel Pretty’ and the Rise of Beauty-Standard Denialism

Tuesday 13:38 GMT
Source: BBC

Could the royal baby boost the economy?

Today 00:40 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Need STEM Teachers Look to Older Adults

Tuesday 13:39 GMT

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