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Celine Dion marks 1,000 shows in Las Vegas

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After 1,000 performances at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, the Canadian superstar still isn't showing any signs of slowing down.
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The Schlack, created by an Israeli entrepreneur, unfolds from a case into a circular mat three times larger, repels sand and doesn't absorb water. It's being funded through kickstarter.
If you're a Starbucks die-hard, for example, US-based Delta serves the brand on more than 5,000 flights a day; while British Airways serves Java Republic and Thomas Cook opts for Kenco.
HARTLAND, Vt. - Each spring and summer, a Vermont bog yields a rare spectacle — hundreds of wild orchids in bloom, drawing visitors from around the country. The bulbous pink and ......
ALBANY, N.Y. - A historic covered bridge near New York's Catskill Mountains has received a $2.6 million makeover. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the completion of the repairs and improvements
ALBANY, N.Y. - The 200th anniversary of the Erie Canal's groundbreaking will be marked next month with a musical celebration along the waterway. The Albany Symphony Orchestra will perform seven world
PORTLAND, Maine - Portland's first SchoonerFest and Regatta is wrapping up with a final cruise. The Casco Bay Gaffers Race takes the schooners from Portland to Bailey Island on Monday. Several ...
Panicked bathers ran out of the sea after a blue shark came close to the shore in Illetas on Saturday. Today authorities closed another beach close to the spot after a second sighting.
BARCELONA, Spain - A forest fire in southern Spain forced the evacuation of at least 1,000 people and is threatening a national park famous for its biodiversity and endangered species, ......
The footage, captured by Paul Ziolkowski off the New York harbour, sees the giant mammal leap out of the water just inches from the side of the nine-foot fishing boat.
Earlier this week festival goers had to strip down to their bikinis and douse themselves with water to keep cool in 31C, but today it was business as usual as the heavens opened.
The anonymous flight attendant opened up about the worst passenger types, with 'scantily-clad graduates', 'unruly families', and 'church groups' all making the list.
Panicked bathers ran out of the sea after a blue shark came close to the shore in Illetas on Saturday. Today authorities closed another beach close to the spot after a second sighting.
Several carriers are elevating their main-cabin food on long-haul flights and, in some instances, the alcohol, too.
QUEENSBURY, N.Y. - A teenager fell about 25 feet (about 8 metres) from a stopped gondola ride at an upstate New York amusement park Saturday night, tumbling into a crowd ...
One image captures a boy saving a drowning fawn from floods in Bangladesh, while another photo sees firefighters in Wisconsin, USA, desperately giving a dog CPR.
BOSTON - You might want a bigger boat, but you probably don't need better odds. The confirmed return of great white sharks to Cape Cod has rattled some boaters and beachgoers. ......
Calling '112' will direct your emergency call to the right operator from any country in the EU, while pressing '55' during a 999 call signals that it's not safe for you to speak out loud.
Research from the Good Housekeeping Institute reveals waiters in the US expect the biggest tips, up to 25 per cent of the total bill, while staff in China and Japan could be offended by the money.
The three Rude brothers walked into the most empty monorail car, a wondrous place that felt like it was a playground in motion. “Sit down,” their grandmother, Chris Crabill of Ohio, ordered to no avai
The three Rude brothers walked into the most empty monorail car, a wondrous place that felt like it was a playground in motion. “Sit down,” their grandmother, Chris Crabill of Ohio, ordered to no avai
Witnessing India's Taj Mahal at sunrise is the only time at which you'll beat the crowds, while dawn offers by the far the best conditions to watch wildlife on safari in Africa.
The Mail on Sunday's Minty Clinch took a golf tour of the French capital, where she explored the Paris National course ahead of the Ryder Cup next year, and it's no easy playing field.
NEW YORK (AP) — Matthew Howard Sr. was just leaving a New York amusement park Saturday evening with his family when he heard someone screaming for help. He looked up to see a young girl dangling abou
NEW YORK (AP) — Matthew Howard Sr. was just leaving a New York amusement park Saturday evening when he heard someone screaming. He looked up to see a young girl dangling about 25 feet (about 8 meters
In this vast expanse of ranches and farms, rural roads could see traffic jams of cosmic proportions. Every hotel in Madras is booked, some residents are renting their homes for $3,000 a night, and ca
Hotels in Spanish resorts, such as the Costa Canaria in Gran Canaria (pictured), have stopped selling the packages through the British websites of holiday operators Thomson and Thomas Cook.
The Mail on Sunday's Wendy Driver took a self-drive tour of Arctic Norway, where she swam in the freezing waters of Senja in a neoprene suit to keep her dry.
The Mail on Sunday's Nina Myskow stepped aboard the sleek Europa 2 cruise ship, and sailed from Sri Lanka to Singapore via Burma, Thailand and Malaysia.
The Mail on Sunday's Wendy Gomersall visited the Three Choirs vineyard, in Newent, near Gloucester, which boasts its own accommodation and runs wine tasting tours.
Penny Smith and fellow TV presenter Anneka Rice took a tour of Morocco which combines Marrakech, the Atlas Mountains and Essaouira.
Raging rivers and deep snowpack are delaying, detouring and challenging the most determined thru-hikers — including several from Seattle — as they head north from Mexico on the fabled West Coast path
PARK CITY, Utah - The Utah mountain resort community Park City has introduced an all-electric, zero-emission bus system. The Deseret News reports (http://bit.ly/2sNoL6E ) Park City on Friday became t
In the far reaches of northeastern India, Buddhist monks chant and pace through rare funeral customs for a revered teacher.

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