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Stuntman Eddie Braun Completes Evel Knievel's Dream Canyon Rocket Jump

By Meera Dolasia on September 24, 2016
Stuntman Eddie Braun Completes Evel Knievel's Dream Canyon Rocket Jump

In 1974, American stuntman Evel Knievel attempted to cross Idaho’s Snake River Canyon aboard a steam-powered rocket. Unfortunately, a parachute deployed prematurely and caused the rocket and its occupant to drift to the canyon’s bottom. While Knievel emerged relatively unscathed from the incident, he never got a chance to attempt the stunt again.

Video Of The Week — The Youngest Member Of This Cheerleading Squad Is 55!

By Meera Dolasia on September 19, 2016
Video Of The Week — The Youngest Member Of This Cheerleading Squad Is 55!

First, there was KBG84, Japan’s hottest “girl” band whose 33 members have an average age of 84. And now, Japan Pom Pom, a unique cheerleading troupe made up of 28 sprightly grandmothers, whose ages range from 55 to the late 80s.

Are These Funky Furoshiki Wrap-Around Shoes The Footwear Of The Future?

By Kim Bussing on September 4, 2016
Are These Funky Furoshiki Wrap-Around Shoes The Footwear Of The Future?

Italian shoe manufacturer Vibram is well known for its minimalist shoe designs. In 2005, the company revolutionized the footwear industry with the introduction of FiveFingers. Designed to replicate being barefoot, the shoes featured thin flexible soles that molded the wearer’s feet. Now, the company has done it again by collaborating with Japanese designer Masaya Hashimoto to create the wrap-around Furoshiki shoes.

Bolt And Phelps Cement Their Golden Legacies At The Rio 2016 Olympics

By Meera Dolasia on August 22, 2016
Bolt And Phelps Cement Their Golden Legacies At The Rio 2016 Olympics

The Rio 2016 Olympics will be remembered for many things — Katie Ledecky’s dominating performance in the 800-meter freestyle, Simone Biles’s flawless gymnastic routines, Abbey D'Agostino’s and Nikki Hamblin’s sportsmanship during the 5000-meter qualifying run, and the list goes on. However, the moments that will be forever etched on everyone’s minds will be the events that featured two of the world’s greatest athletes — Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt and American swimmer Michael Phelps — who both declared their retirement following the Rio Games.

California's "Ugliest Dog" Contest Celebrates Imperfections

By Meera Dolasia on July 12, 2016
California's "Ugliest Dog" Contest Celebrates Imperfections

A contest to crown “The World’s Ugliest Dog” may appear to be derogatory to dogs. However, that is not the intention of the organizers of the Sonoma-Marin Fair where the popular event has been held for the past 28 years. They view the unusual event as a celebration of the spirit and imperfections that make the dogs loveable and adoptable.

Rejoice! July Is National Ice Cream Month

By Meera Dolasia on July 4, 2016
Rejoice! July Is National Ice Cream Month

Though “sliced bread” gets the credit, we all know that it is ice cream that deserves the honor of being the world’s best invention. That is probably why on July 9, 1984, former US President Ronald Reagan declared July, National Ice Cream Month, and the third Sunday of the month, National Ice Cream Day. According to Proclamation number 5219, the event should be observed “with appropriate ceremonies and activities.” This, of course. means eating as much of the creamy treat as possible.

Smart Mother Goose Asks Police Officer To Help Free Her Entangled Gosling

By Meera Dolasia on June 7, 2016
Smart Mother Goose Asks Police Officer To Help Free Her Entangled Gosling

On Monday, May 9, James Givens, a police officer in Cincinnati, Ohio, was sitting in his cruiser when he heard what sounded like a knock. He turned around only to find a goose pecking at the car door. This was highly unusual given that the birds typically preferred to observe humans from a distance.

Italian Chefs Break Yet Another Guinness World Record For World's Longest Pizza

By Meera Dolasia on June 5, 2016
Italian Chefs Break Yet Another Guinness World Record For World's Longest Pizza

About a year ago, on June 21, 2015, 80 of Italy’s finest chefs delighted visitors at the Expo Milan with a slice of the world’s longest pizza — A 1.59545 meter-long (about a mile) pie that they spent 18-hours crafting. On May 19, 2016, 250 masters of traditional Neapolitan pizza from across the world gathered at the beautiful bay along the Caracciolo seafront in Naples and outdid their achievement with a delicious pie that measured an impressive 1,853.88 meters or about 1.15 miles, long.

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