The Journal

Wed December 11
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Roomy, with a View

The skinniest house, ever.

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Finding Nemo, the World's Deepest Swimming Pool

Practice your deep sea scuba (nowhere near the ocean) in this 100 ft. deep pool.

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Phone Booths of São Paulo

Although phone booths are slowly becoming extinct, these creative booths in San Paolo are proving otherwise.

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The Sombrero-shaped Island of Aogashima

The beautiful, untouched island of Aogashima only holds 200 inhabitants.

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The Most Dangerous Hike in the World

If you're scared of heights, forget about it. Check out this crazy hike, complete with bridges that might as well be made of toothpicks.

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The 1906 Quake, Then and Now

Staggering photoshop scenes fusing the 1906 San Francisco earthquake destruction and the city today.

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Funny Foreign Beer Commercials

Hilarious brewski commercials from across the globe.

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Shake, Rattle and Roll

Funny photos of dogs drying off!

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A Hillside Home in Hiding

A modern Swiss Alps home where the fields are alive with the sound of, well, quiet.

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A Submarine Base for Sale

In Tromso, Norway, there's a humble $17.3 million dollar home waiting for a buyer.

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On Point: Directors' Perspectives

Filmmaker and video essayist Kogonada looks at the cinematic habits of three iconic auteurs.

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Off the Maine Land

Father and son duo Bruce and Alex Scott Porter built their dream house upon a rock.

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Zippos from the Vietnam War

Lighters from one of the most gruesome battles in American history.

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The Orda Cave

A Russian cave extends three miles underground, and Vitya Lyagushkin swam the distance.

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Poetry in Motion

Jason Clason is going transnational car hunting, and he just stumbled upon gold.

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A Sip of the Galaxy

A cocktail that will can contain the universe? Not quite, but it still tastes damn good.

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A Proper Weekend in San Francisco (cont'd)

Huckberry goes exploring in the City's Outer Sunset, Ocean Beach, and Mission District.

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Novel Landscapes

Guy Laramee is the new muse for literature. He repurposes old books into sculptural masterpieces.