An artist’s reconstruction reveals the face of one of the first modern humans to live in Europe about 35,000 years ago.
Just because you have an iron lung doesn’t mean you can’t achieve your dreams. These polio victims prove it.
Was her career actually helped by Lindsay Lohan, or maligned? Is she talented? What kind of music does she spin? Can she make it on her own? These and more questions answered.
Sad. Unfortunately, popularity matters, even at the zoo.
These little bats live in tree tents and look like a cross between a pig and a mouse.
Major Bollywood actor dies of cancer at 69.
Who the heck thought of this and why?
Despite the recession, a New Zealand town has been banned from a hotel, calling to mind various odd and extreme hotel banning measures in recent years.
A German zoologist put an aquarium of fish into an aircraft that then went into a steep dive, after which some fish showed signs of seasickness.
NYT: “easily topping forecasts and adding to investors’ hope that the financial stocks have reached a bottom.”
Useful ways to save matzo, peeps, et al.!
U2 manager Paul McGuinness must be beside himself. Despite the band’s best efforts to prevent its new album “No Line on the Horizon” from appearing prematurely on the Internet, copies are being distributed there a week prior to its scheduled release. And it’s not the fault of the ISPs, who McGuinness believes are “destroying the recorded music industry” by failing to tackle piracy. Nor is it the fault of Apple and the makers of other digital media players who are wrongly profiting from their “burglary kits.” Nor can it be blamed solely on Silicon Valley and its “entrepreneurial, hippy values,” which in McGuinness’s opinion have bred a deep disregard for the true value of music.