What do the singers behind two of last week's top ten albums have in common with the singer who led one of the most successful tours of 2017-18? They're all at least 75 years old.
Published in “Arts”
Thirteen years after they were stolen, a pair of red slippers from The Wizard of Oz have been found. The FBI tracked the shoes down in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Workers at Lego have created a complete copy of the Bugatti Chiron sports car. It is made out of over 1 million Lego Technic pieces and can actually be driven.
Brazil's National Museum in Rio de Janeiro went up in flames on Sunday. The country's prized museum held pieces of art, history, and information collected over 200 years.
For 116 years, the animals on Barnum's Animals crackers boxes have been in cages. Now, after a request from a group that works to protect animals, they are free.
China has a problem with Winnie the Pooh. Why? Some people think Pooh looks like President Xi Jinping, and they're using the bear to make fun of the president.
After a US radio show wrongly reported that a city in Japan was having trouble finding ninjas, the city got messages from over 100 people asking about the jobs.
In late June, a wedding dress fashion contest was held in New York City. What made the contest special is that all the dresses were made out of toilet paper.
The US Postal Service has been told to pay $3.5 million because they put a picture of the wrong Statue of Liberty on one of their postage stamps.
Christo, who is famous for creating huge works of art, has used 7,506 oil barrels to make a floating piece of art which weighs more than a million pounds.