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You Can Visit The Log Cabin Used For “Little House On The Prarie”

So you want to do a road-trip this summer but can’t decide where. Here’s an option. The log cabin in Kansas where “Little House on the Prairie” author Laura Ingalls Wilder spent a year with her family in 1869 is

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Bride Surprised On Wedding Day By Man Who Received Her Son’s Heart

They say every woman dreams about her wedding day, but one Alaska woman said she never could have dreamed up what would happen on her big day.  “Everything just seemed to be so easy,” said Becky Turney.  “This person will

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Martin Landau, “Ed Wood” Oscar Winner, Dead At 89

Martin Landau died Saturday at the UCLA Medical Center after a brief hospital stay.  He was 89.  The legendary actor began his career at the New York Daily News as a staff cartoonist and illustrator at 17 years old.  He

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Would You Pay $300 For A Smart Pillow?

REM-Fit has unveiled a $299 smart pillow that can track your sleep habits, stop you from snoring, and even stream music to lull you into sleep.  The ZEEQ pillow, which was on display at CE Week in Manhattan, can connect

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Five Things Rich People Confess To Sacrificing To Get Rich

Many people who are wealthy made tons of sacrifices to get there.  That’s the finding of a survey of 2,400 people, released yesterday by retirement planning and insurance firm Principal, which looked at what people who have maxed or nearly maxed

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Tesla Introduces New Lower Priced Model Electric Sedan

 Tesla has provided a first look at its Model 3 electric sedan,  which carries a relatively low sticker price compared to the  company’s other models.  C-E-O Elon Musk tweeted pictures of the car late Saturday, after  the first one came

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Danish Chocolatier Crafts World’s Most Expensive Chocolate

A Danish artisan chocolatier showed off the process behind creating the world’s most expensive chocolate.  Fritz Knipschildt, sometimes known as the Willy Wonka of Connecticut, prepared the La Madeline au Truffe, which sells for $2,600 per pound, for Guinness World Records at the

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Josh Groban Will Document His “Insane” Broadway Experience In A Coffee Table Book

After more than 250 performances, Josh Groban has exited his starring role in the Broadway musical Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 — but he’s documented his experiences in an upcoming book.  Josh tweeted out an image of the book, called Stage to Stage: My

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McDonald’s Is Using Classical Music To Control Drunk Customers

McDonald’s has been experimenting with covertly controlling their drunk customers by using Mozart and Bach.  A McDonald’s spokesperson said: “We have tested the effects of classical music in the past and played it in some of our restaurants as it

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Connor McDavid Signs Lucrative Deal

The Edmonton Oilers have signed their captain to a HUGE new contract. Connor McDavid and the Oilers agreed to terms on an eight-year, $100-million extension on Wednesday. The new contract comes with a cap hit of $12.5 million. The 20-year-old

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Hockey Teams Play For Record 11 Days To Raise Money For Charity

The record for the world’s longest continuous hockey game was shattered in Buffalo, N.Y., and helped raise more than $1 million for cancer research.  On its website, the 11 Day Power Play promised to be “an unfathomably fierce fight — yet it’s

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New Housing Figures .. Non Residents

 Newly released figures show nearly five per cent of home  purchases in Ontario’s Greater Golden Horseshoe region were made by  non-residents since the Liberal government announced a foreign buyer  tax in April.  The 15-per-cent tax is imposed on buyers stretching

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Man Investigating High Water Bill Discovers Cat Flushing The Toilet

A pet owner who was confused by the size of his water bill eventually caught the cause on camera — his cat flushing a toilet.  On June 16, Curt Coleman posted a video to YouTube showing his cat Crazy Eyes standing on

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Here’s What’s Open & Closed For The Long Weekend

It’s time to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation. With Canada Day being a Saturday this year, it is not a typical long weekend. Here is a list of what is open and closed on Canada Day and on Monday

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Rod Stewart And Wife Turn Vow Renewal Ceremony Into Fundraiser For London Fire Victims

Rod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster recently celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary by renewing their vows.  But now Penny has revealed that they turned the entire event into an opportunity to raise money for the victims of the Grenfell Tower building fire

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