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Video Of The Week — Doggy Ice Cream Parlor Is A Success With Canines

By Meera Dolasia on April 24, 2017
Video Of The Week — Doggy Ice Cream Parlor Is A Success With Canines

All canine owners know that feeding their pets regular ice cream can result in serious health issues. Many dogs are lactose intolerant and consumption of dairy upsets their digestive systems. Moreover, just like in humans, eating large amounts of sugar causes dogs to become hyper and unfocused, and can also result in dental cavities, diabetes, and obesity. Now, thanks to Mauricio Montoya, some lucky dogs in Mexico City are finally able to enjoy the frozen treat without their owners worrying about any harmful side effects.

Celebrate Earth Day With These Fun Activities

By Kim Bussing on April 19, 2017
Celebrate Earth Day With These Fun Activities

Forty-seven years ago, on April 22, 1970, twenty million Americans took to the streets to voice their concern about the deteriorating environment and urge the government to take action before it was too late. The grassroots movement, which is now celebrated by over 2 billion people in 192 countries, led to the enactment of numerous environmental laws, including the Clean Air Act of 1970 and the Endangered Species Act of 1973.

Ooho Edible Water Bubble Aims To Eliminate Plastic Bottles

By Meera Dolasia on April 18, 2017
Ooho Edible Water Bubble Aims To Eliminate Plastic Bottles

It is a well-known fact that plastic bottles, which take hundreds of years to decompose, are harmful to our environment. However, efforts by environmentalists to encourage consumers to switch to alternatives, like water fountains or reusable bottles, have not been very effective. The U.S. alone utilizes over 50 million plastic bottles annually, 80% of which end up in landfills.

New York City's Skyline May Get Even More Interesting With The "Big Bend"

By Jeffrey Shao on April 16, 2017
New York City's Skyline May Get Even More Interesting With The "Big Bend"

New York City’s impressive skyline that includes iconic structures like the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building, may get even more interesting with the addition of the “Big Bend.” The tall and slender U-shaped residential tower is the brainchild of Oiio Studio, an architectural firm with offices in Manhattan and Athens.

Audible Easter Eggs Ensures Everyone Can Participate In The Hunt

By Kim Bussing on April 14, 2017
Audible Easter Eggs Ensures Everyone Can Participate In The Hunt

Easter, which will be celebrated on Sunday, April 16 this year, offers many fun activities. But the one all kids look forward to the most is the egg hunt. However, in 2005 U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) special agent David Hyche realized that visually impaired children like his then 19-month-old daughter, Rachel, were unable to participate in this exciting event.

Video Of The Week — Feathers Explode On International Pillow Fight Day

By Meera Dolasia on April 10, 2017
Video Of The Week — Feathers Explode On International Pillow Fight Day

What better way to spend an afternoon than having an old-fashioned pillow fight with total strangers? That, believe it or not, is what thousands of fun-loving adults and children across the world did on Saturday, April 1, which in addition to being Fools’ Day, also happened to be International Pillow Fight Day.

Video Of The Week — Cheese Pizza Topped With Cotton Candy? Yum!

By Meera Dolasia on April 3, 2017
Video Of The Week — Cheese Pizza Topped With Cotton Candy? Yum!

In Japan, the onset of spring is synonymous with the cherry blossom, or sakura, season. To attract some of the thousands of locals and tourists that flock to parks to see the beautiful, albeit brief, two-week bloom, many restaurants offer sakura inspired specialties.

Julia, A New Muppet With Autism, Finds Her Way To Sesame Street

By Kim Bussing on April 2, 2017
Julia, A New Muppet With Autism, Finds Her Way To Sesame Street

While the fact that Julia is “Sesame Street’s” first new Muppet in a decade is certainly newsworthy, that is not the only thing that makes her special. The cheery, green-eyed 4-year-old who has autism is also here to expose young kids to children with autistic traits and teach them about acceptance.

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