01 April

In the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the painting Washington Crossing the Delaware hangs in Gallery 760. It is a well-known oil on canvas painting of George Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas night in 1776 to attack Hessians in Trenton, New Jersey during the American Revolution. Not only does it […]

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01 April

The upcoming miniseries on HBO dramatizing the story of one of the worst man-made catastrophes in history — the April 26, 1986 explosion at the Soviet Union’s Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine — is gaining attention with the release of a trailer that many viewers find terrifying and is the talk of the Internet. […]

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01 April

Charles Bronson became famous as a big screen hard man. When it came to real life however, his early days were tougher than any one man vigilante hunt. Growing up in a mining community, Bronson eventually emerged from the darkness as one of the world’s best-paid movie stars. There was back-breaking labor and much personal […]

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01 April

Already a strange tale, the earliest story of Pinocchio turns out to be even more delusional and fantastic than the well-known Disney rendition. Le avventure di Pinocchio was written by Carlo Collodi, an Italian author who had experience translating French fairy tales into his native language. He was invited to try his hand at original […]

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01 April

This Brazilian Tattoo Artist Can’t Draw, And That’s Exactly Why People Love Her There are many ways a bad tattoo can happen, and usually people try to avoid them. But Brazilian tattoo artist Helena Fernandes is changing that, one horrible tattoo at a time. She has no artistic skill to speak of, but that hasn’t […]

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01 April

Is It, Though? CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. Go to the Source of this funny post if you would like to see more. CLICK HERE Author: liver: https://www.eatliver.com/feed/

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31 March

Norway has accepted a deal in which its Oslo-based Kon-Tiki Museum is due to return a trove of artifacts belonging to Easter Island, whose first inhabitants were the Rapa Nui people. The artifacts, which include human bones, ancient weapons and carved items, were claimed by one of Norway’s most esteemed explorers, Thor Heyerdahl, who visited […]

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31 March

A 14-year-old schoolboy who volunteered to help out at an archaeological dig in Glasgow found one of a set of gravestones from the Middle Ages that have been lost to historians. Mark McGettigan’s discovery at Govan Old Parish Church led to two more sculpted gravestones being found. They are known as the Govan Stones, dating […]

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31 March

Salzburg may not be the official capital of Austria, but some would argue it’s a cultural one. Its most remarkable notoriety lays in the field of music, having been the birthplace of Mozart and home to the famous hills that housed the von Trapp family — in real life as well as in The Sound […]

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31 March

Very few living people can say that they still enjoy going to work after more than 80 years in the business. Yet Norman Lloyd, a prolific Hollywood star with a career spanning nine decades, may just be the world’s oldest working actor, according to The Sunday Post. Born in New Jersey in 1914, Lloyd has […]

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