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Oops. The idea lasted about as long as a Snapchat text: the head of AMC Theatres mulled openly about creating texting-friendly movie theaters to appeal to smartphone-addicted youngsters. Two days later, after a backlash on social media, the company says it's leaving the idea on "the cutting room floor."
 
Church of Flying Spaghetti Monster pastafarians first to legally tie noodly knot
The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster held the world's first legally recognized marriage in New Zealand on Saturday, with the offbeat movement hailing it as a milestone toward acceptance as a real religion.
 
Dutch bulb garden shows flower Golden Age
Millions of bulbs have blossomed in a riot of colour from Delft blues to reds and porcelain whites, drawing huge crowds to an annual Dutch springtime rite at the renowned Keukenhof gardens.
 
Manuscripts among personal Hemingway items on display at JFK library in Boston
Ernest Hemingway and John F. Kennedy never met, but the author's most extensive personal collection is housed at JFK's presidential library and is now on public display.
 
Notes handwritten by Russian author Boris Pasternak for two chapters of his masterpiece "Doctor Zhivago," along with a poem to his muse, sold at auction in New York on Monday for US$77,500.
 
Ever felt like calling up a complete stranger in Sweden?
 
Hogwarts goes to Hollywood as theme parks mushroom
Fifteen years after Harry Potter's first big screen adventure, Universal is enchanting a new generation of Muggles with its most spectacular conjuring trick yet -- a theme park in the heart of Hollywood.
 
Exiled Napoleon's island home recreated in Paris exhibition for first time
France's national army museum has recreated the home where Napoleon lived his final years, bringing furniture and belongings from the remote Atlantic Island of St. Helena to Paris for the first time since he was exiled there 200 years ago.
 
Surfing soothes asylum seeker sea fear
They gather under the blazing sun and blue skies of an Australian beach, looking out at the water that once symbolized so much misery: Terrifying boat trips marked by sickness and death and the constant dread that their own lives might be nearing the end. But today, the sea will become their unlikely savior.
 
Chiayi's Thousand Man Cave, a hidden adventure
Taiwan is known for its magnificent mountain ranges and peaks such as Yushan, Xueshan and Yangmingshan. Much of the hiking trails for these scenic areas are well marked and many also include manmade steps that make climbing hillsides easier and more accessible.
 
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