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Campagna Releases 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX

Cars & Bikes

By Boogie on 24 Mar 2015

Campagna Corporation, a Canadian carmaker known for its unique, quirky creations, has unveiled a special edition of the T-REX in order to mark its 20th anniversary. The original T-REX was released by the Montreal-based company a couple of decades ago and its most popular model to this day. The anniversary edition comes with a series of aesthetic modifications, including a unique VIN plaque and red accents for the multi-controller and

The Perfect Spot for a Revitalizing Holiday: Asclepios Wellness & Healing Retreat

Travel

By Boogie on 24 Mar 2015

In the shadow of the majestic Poás Volcano, in the Costa Rican town of El Cacao de Alajuela, Asclepios Wellness & Healing Retreat is a fabulous resort dedicated to the rejuvenation of both mind and body. Named after the Greek god of health, the retreat offers travelers 12 comfortable and airy rooms and an excellent array of health and wellness facilities, from a regulated ionized swimming pool, to a well-equipped

Tom Cruise is Selling His Hollywood Hills Mansion for $13 Million

Luxury Homes

By Boogie on 23 Mar 2015

Tom Cruise is set to sell his Hollywood Hills property, as the acclaimed Hollywood actor is currently using his Beverly Hills mansion as his main residence. Located along Mulholland Drive, this European-style villa lies in the center of a magnificent 2.5-acre estate overlooking the Sunset Strip and Hollywood Hills. The home features wide-plank wood floors and Venetian plaster walls, as well as an Italian farmhouse kitchen with chef-grade appliances. The

BMW Japan Unveils Two Awesome Customized K1600 GTLs

Cars & Bikes

By Boogie on 23 Mar 2015

BMW Japan came to the Osaka Motorcycle Show with two amazing customs, created by two of the country’s biggest names in the field: Keiji Kawakita (Hot Dock Custom Cycles) and Kenji Nagai (Ken’s Factory). Both models are based on the K1600 GTL, BMW’s top-of-the-range tourer, a bike boasting a 1649cc inline six engine and more electronic systems than any other commercial bike today. Firstly, there’s Hot Dock’s ‘Juggernaut,’ an aptly

Graff Unveils Glittering Diamond MasterGraff Grand Date Dual Time Tourbillon

Luxury Watches

By Boogie on 23 Mar 2015

World-renowned jeweler Graff presents another one of its stunningly beautiful releases: the Diamond MasterGraff Grand Date Dual Time Tourbillon. As its name suggests, the piece features three complications: a flying tourbillion, dual time function, and grand date, which automatically changes the date at midnight. In addition to these impressive features, the watch also boasts a glittering, invisibly-set mosaic of diamonds (it is after all Graff we’re talking about!), which required

Mark Cuban and the sport of business

Success Stories

By Lau V on 23 Mar 2015

Born on the 31st of July 1958 in Pittsburgh, Pennylvania, Mark Cuban started his life in a Jewish working-class family with the Russian grandparents changing their name from Chabenisky to Cuban when they came to America. His parents were Shirley and Norton, who was an automobile upholsterer. Mark started to enter the world of business at the age of 12 when he began selling garbage bags to have enough money

A Fabulous Weekend on a Private Florida Keys Island for $250K

Travel

By Boogie on 22 Mar 2015

Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, a high-end, secluded retreat located just off the coast of Florida, is offering one of the most interesting luxury travel packages of the first half of the year. For “just” $250,000, you and a group of friends can have one of Florida’s top resorts all to yourselves for a full weekend between 24 and 26 April, in what will probably be remembered as the

Michael Bloomberg, magnate, mayor and philanthropist

Success Stories

By Lau V on 20 Mar 2015

Born on February 14, 1942 in Brighton, Boston, the future business magnate started his life in the family of William Henry Bloomberg, a real estate agent, and Charlotte Rubens Bloomberg. They lived in Allston, Massachusetts until Michael reached the age of two and then moved to Brookline, but finally settled in Medford, Boston where they lived until the college graduation of the son. He went to the Johns Hopkins University