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Petula Clark was never trying to get there Summer 2015, Los Angeles. We're going Downtown! to see one of the most beautiful public libraries in the world, I told my son. Noon, weekday, summer. It's not rush hour. The Dodgers are not playing in thirty minutes. Show More Summary

USA-Germany preview: Top 2 teams in the world battle for place in Women’s World Cup final

yesterdaySports / Football : EPL Talk

Before the tournament began, many of us envisioned that the US Women’s National Team would have to, at some point, face Germany in the tournament. And here it is. Number one versus number two. Germany versus the United States in … Continue reading ?

L-Deez “Lamborghini Ferrari” EP

Sleeve art by Spliffington There’s nowhere in the world quite like Oakland, and there’s no one making music quite like L-Deez. Lamborghini Ferarri is his debut EP, featuring three wildly catchy tracks laced with curbside color commentary and a classic ‘80s rap vibe we haven’t felt in years. But don’t get it twisted, Lamborghini Ferrari […]

Chris Pratt Puts On His Best Accent To Impersonate Jason Statham In A Cut Saturday Night Live Sketch! Watch Now!

Chris Pratt isn't just a world renowned hunk and expert raptor wrangler, but he's great at impressions too! Last September, the Jurassic World star hosted Saturday Night Live. One sketch featured the actor doing an impersonation of a certain hunky British action star, but sadly didn't make the final cut for the episode! In the sketch, the [...]

DisneyQuest to Close at Walt Disney World

By Robert Niles: Another day, another attraction closing at the Walt Disney World Resort. One day after confirming the closure of the Magic of Disney Animation pavilion at Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney World today confirmed that DisneyQuest in Downtown Disney's West Side will close by next year. Show More Summary

Feel so goddamn handsome with X Ambassadors' live version of 'Gorgeous'

New York alt-rockers X Ambassadors, the band behind the unofficial (yet officially badass) World Cup anthem "Jungle," tamed their roar for this live rendition of "Gorgeous." The song is one of the funkier tracks on the band's debut studio album VHS, which dropped Tuesday. Show More Summary

C.O. Trading Cards: The Circle

Trading Card Toesday returns with one of the most famous cats in the world: Maru. Collect all our NEW C.O. Trading Cards here!Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: C.O. TRADING CARDS

What Moderate Muslims Need to Understand

In the recent years, there have been growing concerns that Islam's, and since Islam is one of the major religions of the world, therefore world's major problem is Islamic radicalization. These concerns are being voiced in various countries...Show More Summary

Pete Townshend rips Kanye over who is the biggest rock star in the world.

yesterdayHumor / odd : Happy Place

Kanye West and The Who battled over a very important title at the Glastonbury Music Festival. Both of these men claim to be alive and also big rock stars. Only one can be the biggest. (via Getty) During the Glastonbury Festival, Kanye...Show More Summary

There is a Goldman Sachs partner behind the world's most popular ballerina

When the American Ballet Theatre's Misty Copeland hits the stage, there's more than meets the eye. To get to her position – as one of the country's most popular ballerinas, a lead in the current production of Swan Lake, and a hopeful...Show More Summary

Leap Second Today: World Being Given The Gift Of Extra Time At 11:59:59 — Spend It Well

Two things in life are in short supply — time and money. No one is walking around handing out dollar bills, but somehow we are all getting one free second today. It’s being called a leap second, and some people think it’s going to ruin everything. Show More Summary

Lopsided Draw Has Not Hurt Women's World Cup as England Continue Bid for Glory

It seemed strange when the Women’s World Cup draw was made, but it looks even odder now as the two best teams on the planet are set to meet in a heavyweight semi-final while two teams outside the top three—one of them admittedly theShow More Summary

FIFA is making the US and Germany stay in the same hotel before their massive Women's World Cup game

When it comes to World Cups, one thing is abundantly clear, the women's tournament and the men's tournament are not treated the same. The latest difference to irk the teams are the hotels. Specifically, teams that are playing each other have been staying in the same hotels, creating awkward situations for the players and coaches. Show More Summary

Black ‘Flying Saucer’ UFO Photographed Hovering Over Stonehenge

UFO hunters claim that a large “flying saucer” UFO visited Stonehenge a few days before the Summer Solstice. Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, is one of the most famous prehistoric construction sites in the world. It consists of a circular formation of erect stone slabs set within an earth bank and ditch. Show More Summary

Get your tickets now! Chinese pop star kicks off her Bang the World tour

Chinese superstar singer Jane Zhang kicked off her very ambitious-sounding Bang the World tour in Shanghai on Saturday in front of thousands of very excited fans and likely a couple disappointed ones. [ more › ]

Why One Company Refuses To Let Polaroid's Instant Photography Die

As the only company in the world producing instant film (reinvented from scratch) for classic Polaroid cameras, The Impossible Project caters to photographers who cherish the feeling of holding images in their hands and watching them develop before their eyes.

The Great Wall of China is wasting away

The Great Wall of China is one of the most awe-inspiring manmade structures in the world. Paradoxically, people are noticing that it is showing signs of decay and collapse at the hand of its maker. The effects of tourism and non-sanctioned recycling of

Remembering Stirling Moss' 1955 British Grand Prix Victory at Aintree

In the first five British Grands Prix of the Formula One world championship era (beginning in 1950), only two British drivers finished on the lead lap. Reg Parnell was third in 1950, 52 seconds behind the winner, Nino Farina. Mike Hawthorn finished second in 1954, one minute, 10 seconds adrift of Jose Froilan Gonzalez. Show More Summary

Take a tour of Google’s secretive data centers where all your photos and emails are stored (GOOG)

Every time you use a Google product, you’re connecting to one of its data centers located around the world. Google has been notoriously secretive about it, but recently it’s been sharing some photos and videos of its state-of-the-art data centers. Show More Summary

U.S. And European Automakers Will Need Be More Aware Of The Chips They Put In Their Cars

The self-driving car trend is an undeniable one, with the biggest automakers in the world adopting connected car platforms already and more coming on board every month it seems. These include Volkswagen Group as well as General Motors, the two of the three biggest automakers in the world. Google, Bosch [...]

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