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New Exhibition in Oakland Traces the History of Hip-Hop

On August 11, 1973, Clive Campbell (aka DJ Kool Herc) set up two turntables inside the rec room of an apartment complex in the West Bronx for his sister’s birthday party. As he volleyed between the drum breaks on each record, creating a new sound that had never been heard before, little did he realize that his DJ set would mark the birthplace of hip-hop.

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THIS 208-MPH, 4-WHEEL DRIVE HATCHBACK IS THE WONDERFULLY WEIRD ‘FAMILY FERRARI’

It sounds like sacrilege: a four-wheel-drive Ferrari with snow tires, back seats, and—wait for it—a hatchback. What the hell is going on here? Was the storied Italian supercar manufacturer taken over by Subaru?

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These Are Some Of Vegas’ Most Insane Burgers

Vegas already knows what you’re going to do. After the poker hand you thought was a sure thing and all that free whiskey you got while playing, and after whatever comes next, you’re going to wake up with an anvil wedged into your forehead and there will be only one way to get it out: a big-ass burger, ideally couched next to a similarly enormous pile of fries.

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This Isolated Australian Region Is Home to Over 100 Wineries

Aussies like to say that Perth, the capital of Western Australia and a five-hour flight from Sydney, is the most isolated major city in the world. Which means that the Margaret River wine region, which is set on a tab-shaped peninsula jutting into the Indian Ocean—and a three-hour drive south of Perth—must be as remote as it gets.

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THIS JAW-DROPPING TURKISH CAVE HOTEL IS CARVED RIGHT INTO A GIANT CLIFF

Other than setting up camp in an underwater hotel or real-life castle, it seems like one of the most stunning places on the planet to stay would be in a breathtaking cave. Of course, not literally just any old hole in the wall. But rather one likeYunak Evleri, which despite being carved into an enormous hillside, blends historical charm and modern conveniences.

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