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World's Largest Sand Sculpting Festival Pays Tribute To Disneyland Paris

By Richard Pavek on July 19, 2014
World's Largest Sand Sculpting Festival Pays Tribute To Disneyland Paris

Though sand sculpting festivals are fairly common, few are as majestic as the one organized by Belgium's Royal Sand Carvers Society. An annual tradition since 1997, the festival which received the 2010 Guinness World Record for the largest such event, incorporates over 150 sand masterpieces created by 30 of the world's best carvers.

South Africa's 'Pavement Bookworm' Wants Everyone To Read

By Meera Dolasia on July 17, 2014
South Africa's 'Pavement Bookworm' Wants Everyone To Read

Most homeless resort to panhandling to make ends meet. However an enterprising young South African man has come up with an interesting alternative - he spends his days spreading the joy of reading and selling books written by his favorite authors. Meet Philani Dladla aka 'Pavement Bookworm'.

Psychic Crows Predict Argentina Will Win 2014 FIFA World Cup Final!

By Meera Dolasia on July 11, 2014
Psychic Crows Predict Argentina Will Win 2014 FIFA World Cup Final!

The fact that New Caledonian crows are smart is no secret. After all these birds that are endemic to the remote South Pacific Island of New Caledonia have been lauded for years, for their sophisticated tool use that not only rivals most birds, but also some of the most intelligent primates. But now it seems that they even possess psychic powers - For how else can you explain their accurate prediction of the semifinal results of the 2014 FIFA World Cup?

Georgia Zoo Rhino Forges Unusual Bond With Resident Donkeys

By Kendall Costello on July 3, 2014
Georgia Zoo Rhino Forges Unusual Bond With Resident Donkeys

While humans tend to shy away from people that don't quite fit their perception of 'normal', animals are different. Time and again we hear about alliances being formed between the most unusual species. The most recent heartwarming tale comes the zoo in Tbilisi, Georgia where a female rhino named Manuela has bonded with the resident donkeys.

Michigan Teen Carries Brother For 40-Miles To Raise Cerebral Palsy Awareness

By Meera Dolasia on June 25, 2014
Michigan Teen Carries Brother For 40-Miles To Raise Cerebral Palsy Awareness

On June 8th, 2014, fourteen-year-old Hunter Gandee and his seven-year-old brother Braden, trekked 40-miles to raise awareness about Cerebral Palsy. While that was certainly impressive, what was even more so is that the entire 'Cerebral Palsy Swagger', as the boys called it, was completed with Braden perched on his brother's back. And it is not because the younger boy is lazy, but because the muscular disorder has left him debilitated and unable to walk without help.

Who Knew Corn Flakes Could Look So Good?

By Meera Dolasia on June 17, 2014
Who Knew Corn Flakes Could Look So Good?

Artists use all kinds of mediums, ranging from snow and sand to even cups of latte, to show off their creativity. So it is not surprising to hear that New York-based photographer and illustrator Sarah Rosado, decided to pick cereal or to be more precise corn flakes, for her creations.

The World's Largest And Longest 3D Street Painting Debuts In Nanjing, China

By Meera Dolasia on June 16, 2014
The World's Largest And Longest 3D Street Painting Debuts In Nanjing, China

On June 11th, 2014, world famous Chinese artist Yang Yongchun unveiled his biggest work of art yet - Dubbed 'Rythyms of Youth', the 3D street painting that received two Guinness World Record titles - for the largest and longest street painting in the world - measures an astounding 365 meters long (1,197 feet) and covers 2,600 sq.meters (27,986 sq.feet) of a path on the campus of Nanjing's Communication University of China.

Uh-Oh - It's Friday The 13th And Full Moon!

By Meera Dolasia on June 13, 2014
Uh-Oh - It's Friday The 13th And Full Moon!

Many people consider the number 13, unlucky. That is why commercial and residential buildings often don't have a designated '13th' floor. But when the day falls on a Friday, the fear factor increases substantially. The good news is that this is the only one we will encounter in 2014. The bad? For the first time in 14 years, it coincides with another bad omen - a full moon!

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