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‘Reacher’ Star Alan Ritchson Calls Trump A “Rapist And A Conman

The single most sacred rule in MAGA world is to never go against “The King” so when Reacher star Alan Ritchson spit some hot facts about Cheeto Jesus, Trump’s cult 45 came right for him on social media. Earlier this month the man who’s been campaigning to be cast as the next Batman in James […]

Robert Downey Jr. Says He’d “Happily” Return As Iron Man

There's even word that Hugh Jackman told Kevin Feige that he'd only do Secret Wars if he got screen time with both Tobey McGuire as Spider-Man and Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man. More reason for Feige to move forward with Iron Man's return.

Igmar Thomas Of Revive Big Band Interview For Hip Hop &

Igmar Thomas exists in a musical ecosystem that engages every part of his human experience, allowing him to express the kaleidoscopic span of creative expression. In a recent chat with Hip-Hop Wired, Igmar Thomas shared a bit about his upbringing in California, encountering fellow leaders of the jazz scene, and his excitement about the inaugural […]

30 interesting facts about Ecuador | Atlas & Boots

Whether you're curious about nature, wildlife, culture, anthropology or language, Ecuador, one of the most diverse countries in the world, seems to have it all. Despite its relatively small size compared local giants such as Brazil and Argentina, Ecuador, is home to an astounding array of wonders that include picturesque colonial towns and cities, Amazonian rainforest, the spectacular peaks of the Andes and of course, the fragile yet almost mythological Galápagos Islands. We learnt more and more interesting facts about Ecuador with every day spent passing through its unique and varied lands (and seas). The post 30 interesting facts about Ecuador appeared first on Atlas & Boots.

Star Wars film locations: how to find the Force in Tunisia

With over 1,000km of golden sandy beaches, non-stop sunshine and the glittering Mediterranean Sea, tourists have flocked to Tunisia for decades. Beyond the beach resorts, there are superbly preserved Roman ruins, ancient towns with bustling medinas and dusty courtyards and of course, the abandoned film sets and settings of four of the six iconic Star Wars movies. The post Star Wars film locations: how to find the Force in Tunisia appeared first on Atlas & Boots.

7 best things to do in Bergen, Norway | Atlas & Boots

Seven fjords, seven hills and an old-world fishing wharf help make Bergen in Norway the perfect destination for a weekend getaway. We take a look at the best things to do in Bergen. The city may be one of the rainiest in Europe but it is also a vibrant cultural center with superb access to the western fjords. Bergen is an excellent blend of nature, culture and exciting city living and – despite the damp – we loved it. We visited Bergen for a long weekend city break, here’s what we suggest. The post 7 best things to do in Bergen, Norway appeared first on Atlas & Boots.

The oldest cities in the world | Atlas & Boots

There's a certain aesthetic attached to the oldest cities in the world: bustling souks beneath a bright blue sky, flowing garments made of whispery white cotton, stone masonry painted yellow by the sun. In reality, however, the oldest cities in the world have faced deep unrest to get to where they are today. Tragically, some are still uninhabitable. The Syrian town of Aleppo, for example, is likely the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world but rages with civil war today. Damascus too is categorically off limits. The post The oldest cities in the world appeared first on Atlas & Boots.

How to visit Jerusalem’s Old City | Atlas & Boots

Our guide on how to visit Jerusalem’s Old City covers everything you need to explore the spiritual home of three major religions Jerusalem’s Old City has been repeatedly besieged, razed and rebuilt over thousands of years and remains one of the world’s most divisive destinations. Sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims, and claimed as the capital of both The post How to visit Jerusalem’s Old City appeared first on Atlas & Boots.

How to visit the West Bank in Palestine | Atlas & Boots

Our guide on how to visit the West Bank in Palestine covers everything you need to explore this storied land The contentious trace of arid land that makes up the West Bank has been a flashpoint between Israel and Palestine for decades. Packed with holy sites in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, the landlocked territory has always been of The post How to visit the West Bank in Palestine appeared first on Atlas & Boots.

How to visit Copán in Honduras: a quick guide | Atlas & Boots

At first sight, the Maya ruins of Copán in Honduras may not seem as impressive as Tikal in Guatemala or Chichén Itzá in Mexico, but they are magnificent in their own right. Copán is among the most significant Maya sites in Central America and has been called the 'Paris of the Mayan World' due to the sophistication of the artefacts found here. The post How to visit Copán in Honduras: a quick guide appeared first on Atlas & Boots.

How to visit the San Blas Islands from Panama City

When it comes to beaches, we've seen some stunners. From remote islands in the South Pacific to indulgent resorts in the Indian Ocean, we thought we'd seen the best of them. And then our little skiff washed up in the San Blas off the coast of Panama. The post How to visit the San Blas Islands from Panama City appeared first on Atlas & Boots.

8 day trips from San Salvador in El Salvador

As the smallest and most densely populated of the seven Central American countries, it's hardly surprising that El Salvador packs a lot into its borders. With a verdant tropical interior, charming colonial towns and superb surfing on its coast, El Salvador is arguably a microcosm of wider Latin America. And considering many of the country's best assets – hiking, hills and coffee – stem from its fiery geology, it's easy to see why the country is known as the 'Land of Volcanoes'. The post 8 day trips from San Salvador in El Salvador appeared first on Atlas & Boots.