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In a zany attempt to bring the world a little closer balloon guy Addii Somekh and photographer Charlie Eckert traveled for three years taking snappy shots of people wearing wacky head-wieners.
It's no wonder the Lighthouse of Alexandria is considered one of the seven wonders. It used to be one of the tallest structures in the world. Oh, and it also had a mirror with magical power.
Rescuing a stray dog can be a very rewarding experience. This lady went to Mexico and took a dog back to the US. Except not everything is as it appears or as it should be. Can this be true?
Does the name Norman Rockwell ring a bell? If you were born around 50 years ago you would have seen his artwork on the cover of hundreds of The Saturday Evening Post. Do you know his work?
Amelia Atwater-Rhodes' first book, In The Forests of the Night, is filled with details about Vampires and witches. The fact that she was 13 when she wrote it makes it even cooler - and more eerie.
The 2002 Winter Olympic games are coming up soon and are going to be in Salt Lake City. Do you know what this city is most famous for? Or how many hotel rooms were added for the Olympics?