Who, if anybody, deserves a place alongside George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt on the famous monument?
Shrek's swamp house is in the Scottish Highlands—and you can stay there for free.
Among nicknames like “The Athens of America,” “The Cradle of Liberty,” and “The Hub of the Universe,” “Beantown” sounds very out of place.
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Mystic Manor in Hong Kong Disneyland manages to honor the original Haunted Mansion ride while respecting cultural sensitivities at the same time.
The milk has curdled? Must be a brownie. Someone drank all your wine? Your cellar might be infested with clurichauns.
Shorty the Chimpanzee rides the merry-go-round and climbs on the Ferris wheel in this lighthearted 1936 newsreel.
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The late singer's beach bum reputation helped him build a billion-dollar empire.
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The correct answer is “never,” but if you have to, you’d better time it right.
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