And they’ve paired up with 17-year-old soon-to-be Olympic surfer Caroline Marks to promote her message.
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Ted Nugent once called Muzak an “evil force causing people to collapse into uncontrollable fits of blandness.”
On September 21, more than 1500 museums across America will celebrate Museum Day by offering free admission to all visitors.
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According to Herodotus—known as "the Father of History" as well as "the Father of Lies"—the ancient world was a very weird place.
In 1972, Bhutan released a set of stamps that could be used to mail a letter—or be played on a turntable.
The Bohemian writer was interested in more than one kind of metamorphosis.
How a bland sandwich became a Norwegian delicacy.
We rounded up some of the more surprising aspects of the first edition that were later cleaned up or scrubbed from the text altogether.
While some can be relocated, that's not an option for many.
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7. Note the number of pets she has.
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