Apr 30, 2011

Lives Saved by A Cellphone

Lives Saved by A Cellphone
Lives Saved by A Cellphone. Mobile phones are good for more than just texting, chatting and playing addictive games. You never know when you might need to place a call from the bottom of a tree well, like James Drummond recently did. Get his story and more examples of lifesaving cells.

May Celebrity Wedding Anniversaries

+May Celebrity Wedding Anniversaries

May Celebrity Wedding Anniversaries. It might seem like celebrities change mates as often as they change roles. But many have enjoyed lasting relationships. Others are just starting out their blessed unions, while some have since separated. Let's take a look at the couples who have said "I do" in the month of May.

Beckhams wedding style

Beckhams wedding style
Victoria and David Beckham and Sir Elton John have turned out for the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

royal wedding traffic record

royal wedding traffic record
The 29 April wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton sent a record flood of traffic to streaming video sites on Friday.

April news quiz

April news quiz
April news quiz
The tornadoes that struck several southern states and left hundreds dead, and the royal wedding between Kate Middleton and Prince William are the biggest news stories of April, but there are many others. See if you remember the details.

How famous couples met

How famous couples met
How famous couples met. From royal weddings to stolen smooches to crossword puzzle proposals, romance is in the air. To celebrate, we're taking a look at the blissful beginnings -- some passionate, some controversial -- of several famous couples.

Apr 29, 2011

Celebrity mug shots

Celebrity mug shots
Celebrity mug shots. Caught without makeup and lighting teams, celebrities pose for mug shots at vulnerable moments. Among the latest celebrity arrests are an action star and a quirky viral video singer; check out theirs and other memorable booking photos.

Apr 28, 2011

Miracles of Photoshop

Miracles of Photoshop
One elderly Chinese man, who has mastered Photoshop in 60 years of age, 16 years (he is now 76) offers photo restoration. During all this time he has restored more than 2,000 photos, and, for his work, he does not take a penny. He says he just revives the memory for those to whom these pictures are very expensive.

Apr 27, 2011

Bizarre world records

Bizarre world records
One second was all it took to capture a world record. Standing side-by-side, jammed like sardines, participants made history recently for the most people inside a soap bubble. Check out other strange world records.

Apr 26, 2011

billboard latin music awards

Billboard Latin Music Awards Nominees
The Billboard Latin Music Awards are scheduled during the same week as Billboard Latin Music Conference, presented by State Farm in association with AT&T. So the nominees are...

Russain Soviet Office

Russain Soviet Office
It is interesting to look at the pictures of stationery, which we had used every day. All this fashion of those times the office was very popular in the USSR.

Apr 22, 2011

Endangered species

Endangered species
Endangered species. While protection for endangered wolves is still in question, a rare aquatic insect was denied endangered species protection this month. Its declining population is said to be related to fast-disappearing glaciers at a national park. On this Earth Day, we take a look at some animal species that have long been on the critical list.

Apr 21, 2011

Kate Middleton Shopping for Wedding

Kate Middleton Shopping for Wedding
 Beautiful Kate Middleton in black dress shopping for her wedding on the streets on London.

Apr 20, 2011

Easter candy favorites

Easter candy favorites
Easter candy favorites. If you’re like us, it’s hard to imagine Easter without marshmallow treats, bunny-shaped sweets and cream-filled eggs. Did you know the holiday is the second-biggest time of year for candy sales?

School Meals in Different Countries.

School meals in different countries.

In some countries, children are fed a true delicacy, others are not very healthy food, and in others kids do not get the proper vitamins.

Apr 19, 2011

Favorite TV couples

Favorite TV couples
Favorite TV couples. In honor of Couple Appreciation Month, we’re taking a look at the small-screen duos whose romances have inspired us over the years. From UFO-chasing FBI agents to a cartoon couple from Springfield, see if your favorites are on the list.

Failed pop stars

Failed pop stars
Failed pop stars. "American Idol" reject Pia Toscano is in talks to release a new album after being booted from the talent show. Her foray into pop stardom will probably fare better than these non-musical celebs, who couldn't resist attempting a pop career -- often to ear-splitting effect.

Amazing Fairytale House

Amazing Fairytale House
Amazing houses with roofs made of reeds and straw. Looking at them it seems that it is set to some fantastic film.

Famous near-death experiences

Famous near-death experiences
Famous near-death experiences. For one brief moment, these famous figures gave their fans and followers a big scare. See which potentially fatal circumstances nearly caused these stars to fall.

Apr 18, 2011

Reality TV villains

Reality TV villains
Reality TV villains. From “American Idol” to the latest season of “Celebrity Apprentice” viewers can’t get enough of reality TV, and every show has its villain. Millions tune in to watch their heinous behavior and to see what damage they will do next. Take a look at the best of the worst stars of reality television.

Celebs in Glasses

Celebs in Glasses
Some of the celebrities presented below long wear glasses due to a physiological need, ie, myopia or hyperopia. And some were "four-eyes" succumbing to fashion trends. Certainly glasses give the appearance of solidity and create the illusion of intelligence, can not argue with that ... besides glasses are almost all!

Biggest earthquakes

Biggest earthquakes

Biggest earthquakes. The recent earthquake and aftershocks in Japan have once again thrust the destructive power of these natural disasters into the headlines. The following quakes have captured the attention of the world and remind us that Mother Nature is a powerful force.

Most peaceful states

Most peaceful states

Most peaceful states. The Institute for Economics and Peace recently issued the first ranking of peaceful states in the United States. Rankings were based on factors such as violent crime, incarceration population and the costs associated with violence. Check out the 10 most peaceful states in the nation.

Apr 17, 2011

Food for finales & premieres

Food for finales & premieres
Food for finales & premieres. We are a nation that loves to be entertained, with a little something to munch on the side. Popcorn, mints and licorice pair nicely with movies. Hot dogs and cheesy nachos go hand-in-hand with baseball. Cold pizza works with just about everything, but especially YouTube.
And television?

Bay of Pigs 50 Years Later

Bay of Pigs 50 Years Later
 Bay of Pigs 50 Years Later. Fifty years ago today, Cuban forces fought back a battalion of invaders who aimed to cast out the country’s leader. Learn more about the invaders, their plan, how the attack played out and what it all meant for the United States.

Most expensive re-election campaigns

Most expensive re-election campaigns
Most expensive re-election campaigns. President Barack Obama has announced he'll run for office again in 2012, launching speculation about how much he'll spend. We've rounded up past incumbents who spared no expense in defending their political posts.

Apr 16, 2011

National poetry month

National poetry month
National poetry month. Inspired by other month-long celebrations in the United States, a national literary organization proclaimed April belonged to poetry. And for 15 years, collections of prose by American-born poets have been praised and performed everywhere from classrooms to cafes. How are your reciting abilities?

Cool Translucent Illusions

Cool Translucent Illusions
Working in Photoshop. And so you know how?

Celebrities who look like other celebrities

Celebrities who look like other celebrities
While some TV shows are devoted to finding a celebrity “twin” among usual people, there are some celebrities who have already found their “clones” among other famous people. Of course, it’s up to you to judge if these celebrities look alike and if their “clone” is good enough.

Apr 15, 2011

Celeb Alien Encounters

Celeb Alien Encounters
 Rocker Sammy Hagar airs all his dirty laundry in his new book, including his shocking encounters with out-of-this-world creatures. And he’s not the only one. Flying saucers, dancing lights, even brain downloads are not too out there for these celebrities, who all say they’ve had alien encounters.

Glass House

Glass House
Unusual house made out of glass by Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio. Transparent concept home was designed to showcase a series of modern glass furniture from Italian company Santambrogiomilano.

Weekend Events

Weekend Events
April showers may bring May flowers, but we’re already harvesting a bouquet of this month’s outpouring of activities. Get your goat at a festival in San Francisco. Munch on cupcakes so beautiful they resemble couture clothing in Seattle. Pick up tickets to see the Purple One in L.A., or finagle your way into the sold-out Coachella festival. Celebrate Record Store Day by popping into a shop in your city. Or kick back and watch the NBA playoffs.

Apr 14, 2011

Strangest duets

Strangest duets
Rihanna officially crossed over when she performed with a country star at the Academy of Country Music Awards this month. The coupling of a rapper and a country star and animated cat and a former 1980s pop starare two of the oddest singing duos that just can’t be missed.

Bad boys of sports

Bad boys of sports
They've been accused of murder, have done prison time, cheated and, in one case, bit an opponent's ear. Playing nice? Not these guys.

Apr 13, 2011

Robotic breakthroughs

Robotic breakthroughs
From robots that detect radiation to bots that recover missing bodies, scientists around the world are pushing the technology behind robotics to amazing heights. See our list of incredible breakthroughs.

Parton & Gaga to duet?

Parton & Gaga to duet?
Country music icon Dolly Parton, 65, says she’s keen to do a duet with pop music star Lady Gaga, 25, and to join this knight in serenading Prince William and Kate Middleton on their big day. Meanwhile, Parton partnered with a hip-hop queen on a new movie

Oprah’s expensive finale

Oprah’s expensive finale
With “The Oprah Winfrey Show” ending soon, advertisers are clamoring to secure a spot on the show. A 30-second ad is going to cost more than the ads on the highly anticipated finale of this ABC drama.

Steven Tyler's debauched memoir

Steven Tyler's debauched memoir
Aerosmith rocker Steven Tyler will publish his memoirs worldwide on May 3, promising to share "all the unexpurgated, brain-jangling tales of debauchery, sex & drugs, transcendence & chemical dependence you will ever want to hear."

His book, "Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?," comes out at a time when the 63-year-old singer's job as a judge on TV show "American Idol" is winning him new, younger fans who may not be familiar with his sordid past.

It will be published by News Corp's HarperCollins, the firm said on Tuesday.

Tyler previously wrote about his life in the 1997 memoir "Walk This Way," on which he and his bandmates collaborated with Steven Davis. Tyler worked on his book with David Dalton.

NASA finds homes for retired space shuttles

 NASA finds homes for retired space shuttles
NASA has announced where the space shuttles will go after they're retired. Shuttle Discovery will be sent to this famous museum, Shuttle Endeavour will end up in California, Shuttle Atlantis will make its home in Florida and the first earth orbiter, shuttle Enterprise, will rest in a Manhattan museum.

Lady Gaga falls on stage

Lady Gaga falls on stage
Lady Gaga, 25, took a tumble on stage in Houston. The "Born This Way" singer fell when she attempted to jump off a flaming piano in stiletto boots.

Alison Krauss is back

Alison Krauss is back
Bluegrass star Alison Krauss, 39, back from a multiplatinum tour with a former member of Led Zeppelin, has gone back to her roots. Krauss and Union Station are out with a new album after a seven-year hiatus.

Tom Brady cries over 2000 draft

Tom Brady cries over 2000 draft
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, 34, broke down in tears while recalling the 2000 NFL draft  in the ESPN documentary “The Brady 6”. A three-time Super Bowl winner, Brady currently is involved in a lawsuit against the NFL.

Reality TV Scandals

Reality TV Scandals
Reality TV shows have their share of on-screen drama, but it’s often the spectacle that happens off screen that makes the best stories. While “Real Housewives of O.C.” star Gretchen Rossi’ ongoing tug of war with her ex- boyfriend may put her on the next scandal list check out some of the biggest real-life TV scandals in recent years.

MLB’s 2010 Home Run Kings

MLB’s 2010 Home Run Kings
With the 2011 major league season just beginning, now’s the time to take a final glance at last year’s hit makers -- the home-run kings of the 2010 season. While clicking on the top 20 players, scroll through the new rankings to see how last season’s powerhouse performers are doing in baseball’s opening days.

Crazy Infomercials

Crazy Infomercials
From a salesman falling on his sword to ingenious and improbable products, infomercials entertain as well as shock and enlighten us. Watch as we review some of the craziest televised marketing ploys around.

Apr 12, 2011

Celebrity Memoirs

Celebrity Memoirs
Sometimes they’re funny, sometimes they’re sad. One thing is certain: The lives of celebrities are rarely dull. This month a famous actress revealed family pain in her new memoir. Read on to learn about compelling autobiographies that’ll have you laughing, crying and yearning to read more.

Most Expensive Gun in the World

Most Expensive Gun in the World
This gun is worth 820,000 dollars. It is produced by a Swiss company which is famous for expensive and exclusive weapon.

Apr 8, 2011

Diets to lose weight

Diets to lose weight
Summer is right around the corner. So ladies, In order to squeeze into those sexy bikinis, and all you men going for that six-pack, here’s the skinny on how. Your first step is to calculate your BMI, and see what work lies ahead of you.

Royal Gowns Fashion

Royal gowns fashion
Royal gowns fashion. London is swinging again thanks to bride- and princess-to-be Kate Middleton. Nicknamed the “high-street princess,” the Berkshire native is experiencing sudden fashion icon status, and her accessible “Sloane Ranger” look has an American equivalent. We take a look at some past and present royal fashion icons.

Apr 7, 2011

Knitting Monsters

Knitting Monsters
Tracy Widdess is a monster knitter. Focus on her sci-fi based Tumblr blog and you will see the depths of depravity and despair applied to her custom knitted headgear. It will blow your mind.