Entertainment

The Man With the Answers: Remembering Alex Trebek, the Legendary Host of Jeopardy!

Last week, on November 8th, 2020, we said goodbye to Alex Trebek, the legendary host of Jeopardy! After a battle with cancer, he passed away at the age of 80. For many of us, he has been part of the beating heart of the acclaimed game show all of our lives. He was the face of a public oasis of truth, knowledge, and fun. Now, we'll dive into the past and the legacy of the man with all the answers.
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Sports

47+ Massive Sporting Scandals That Should Never Be Forgotten

When most people play sports, sportsmanship is a critical part of the game. Without trust and adherence to the rules, the world of sports would not be what it is. Yet despite the widespread knowledge that following the rules is crucial, we get our fair share of people that flout them and commit athletic treason of the most severe degree. Here, we take an in-depth look at the biggest sports scandals in history and we'll catch up with their perpetrators
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Tech & Innovation

This Engineer Is Redefining Mobile Homes by Moving Into an Old Boeing 727 Airplane

Most people don't look forward to being on a plane for too long. Some people are scared of flying, most, however, just find the small seats uncomfortable. But this isn't the case for Bruce Campbell, an engineer who decided to permanently live in a decommissioned Boeing 727. The plane is still in the midst of renovations as Campbell converts this passenger jet into a functional and cozy home.
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Stories

This Mother of 21 Children Ignored Her Doctor’s Advice and Her Decision Changed Her Family’s Life Forever

Sue Radford, the mother of Britain's biggest family, went against her doctor's recommendations and decided to get pregnant for the 22nd time. For over 20 years, Sue and her husband Noel have welcomed a steady stream of kids into the world. What's it like living under the roof of one of the biggest families in the world? Here, we take you on a behind the scenes tour for a glimpse at life with the Radfords.
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LOL

41+ Epic Construction Fails That Will Leave You Asking Questions

Over the millennia, humanity has come a long way in its quest to build stuff. From mud huts to skyscrapers, we've done well. Yet things are far from perfect, and here is the proof. In the coming pages, you will see some of the silliest, stupidest, most cringe-worthy, and most ridiculous construction fails we've ever come across. We guarantee you'll be left with lots of questions. Try not to scratch your head too hard.
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Celebrities

Celebrity Couples Whose Long Lasting Relationship Have Helped Them Age With Flawless Grace

Whereas most Hollywood romances are short-lived and often plagued by a host a problems, these couples stood strong against the relentless winds of time. Not only did their burning love keep them happily together, but it also slowed down their aging. This article will take you on a whirlwind tour of the longest-lasting and eternally youthful celebrity couples and their interesting histories.
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Wellness & Lifestyle

What You Need to Know to Keep Your Garage Door In Top Shape

Garage doors protect your vehicles, your belongings, and often the entrance to your home. But like any other system with moving parts, they are vulnerable to mechanical problems caused by wear and tear and the weather. Navigating the world of garage door repairs can be daunting. So don't call the repairmen until you read this! It will help you determine what the next step is in keeping your garage door in top shape.
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Stories

Newlyweds Share a Romantic Look Among a Sea Protesters on Their Big Day

We are in difficult times lately. First the coronavirus pandemic and then killing of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police, we are experiencing turbulent days. But among the social unrest, virus fears, and economic upheaval, life goes on. Just ask Dr.Kerry-Anne Perkins and Michael Gordon. They shared their first look at each other as a married couple amid a sea of protesters in Philadelphia.
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History

The Origins of Hollywood: Theater In Ancient Greece

Though Ancient Greece still hold a lot of mystery and many secrets, we know one thing for sure: they loved the theater. Satire, drama, and comedy all have their origins in the theater of Ancient Greece. Hollywood wouldn't be what it is today if the Greeks had not laid its foundations thousands of years ago. The vast body of writings and archaeological evidence they left behind enables us to understand how dear the theater and the performative arts were to them, and shows us the roots of one of our main sources of modern entertainment.
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Animals & Nature

Flirting With Nature: How Katerina Plotnikova Takes Photography to the Next Level

Have you ever wondered what it's like to take a stroll with an owl on your shoulder? Have you ever snuggled a real bear? What about chilling with a Siberian tiger? In her awesome photography, Katerina Plotnikova gets her models up close and personal with some of the wildest species of animals on the planet. We'll take you for a tour to forests of Russia to see how Katerina Plotnikova does it and to check out some of the challenges she faces.
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Tech & Innovation

T-Minus Zero: SpaceX’s Rocket Launch Ushers In a New Era for Space Travel

At 3:22 pm EDT on May 30th, SpaceX sent two NASA astronauts into space in the Crew Dragon spacecraft via a Falcon 9 rocket. The level of cooperation between the private and public sectors facilitating this ambitious project is unprecedented. It certainly is ushering in a new era in space travel and technological collaboration. And since we are going through a major crisis, something to cheer us up a bit could not have come a better time.
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Wellness & Lifestyle

What to Consider Before Choosing Your Medicare Plan

We know that choosing a Medicare plan isn't always easy. It's a big decision because it impacts your life as well as the lives of your loved ones, so making the right choice can sometimes be intimidating and stressful. There are quite a few things to take into consideration while making your decision. Get a brief summary of the most important ones and stay informed and up to date. Health is never compromise.
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Celebrities

Outlandish Met Gala Outfits That Were Inspired by Religious Art

Due to the ongoing global situation, 2020's Met Gala is postponed until further notice. But don't worry, it'll hopefully be back to business as usual before we know it. In honor of this epic fashion event, we take a look at some of the coolest and most outlandish Met Gala outfits from previous years that were inspired by religious art. Leave it to your favorite celebs to pull off these crazy looks! From Joan of Arc to Richard the Lion Heart, these celebs used Catholic iconography and art to push fashion to its limits.
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Animals & Nature

Puppies and Kittens Get a Private Tour of the Georgia Aquarium Now that It’s Emptied of People

As countries continue to implement lockdown protocols, the doors to many attractions remain closed to the public. The Atlanta Humane Society, however, teamed up with the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta to bring some joy and cuteness to its empty halls. First, they brought in a couple of adorable puppies for a private tour. Then, for round two, they brought in some equally adorable kittens. The results are almost too cute to put into worlds. Come see for yourself.
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Celebrities

Bizarre and Crazy Expensive Ways That Celebrities Spend Their Riches

These days it seems like the biggest names in the entertainment industry have so much money that they don't even know what to do with it. Don't believe us? Then check out this list of the wildest most expensive purchases your favorite celebs have made with their riches. Whether its part of some bizarre hobby or if it was a random splurge, these purchases are not something you'd find on your everyday shopping list. 
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Stories

These Two Medical Residents Didn’t Let the Pandemic Stop Them From Tying the Knot

Healthcare workers are some of the people that are most heavily affected people by the virus outbreak. In addition to adhering to social distancing measures, they also face the difficulties and dangers of working with infected patients. But despite all odds and circumstances, Shehun and Michael, two medical residents managed to find a way to tie the knot. We wish them lots of love and we thank them deeply for their important work.
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Around the World

People From Around the World Are Taking to Their Balconies to Come Together in Song

These are strange and difficult times. We are starting to see the spread of the virus spread slow down, and social distancing measures remain firmly in place for now. But amid all the gloom, some beautiful things are happening. Among the best is the music balcony phenomenon. People from around the globe take to their balconies to sing and share music with each other. From Italy to Iraq, from the United States to Panama, citizens of the world remind us how beautiful and talented humanity is.
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Around the World

The Universe Is a Weird Place: Craziest Things In Space That Blur the Line Between Science and Fiction

The cosmos has been baffling the human race since the dawn of time. We once thought the universe consisted of only our solar system. Now we know we live on a "tiny" little ball of rock and water in a galaxy among billions. We do know some things, and we're learning more everyday. But as of now, there are some real mysteries out there, and some minding-bending phenomena to think about. In this article, we consider of couple of the craziest things the cosmos has to offer.
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