A British pensioner has returned a library book to her school some 63 years after taking it out, the librarian said Friday.
Penn State students know her as the Squirrel Whisperer, or even Squirrel Girl. Which suits Mary Krupa just fine.1 Comment
Italy's Emma Morano, the world's oldest living person, marked her 117th birthday Tuesday, blowing out all the candles on her cake.
The key to a room at the Connecticut inn where Marilyn Monroe stayed in 1956 while dating playwright Arthur Miller has sold for $131.
An Albanian artist has built a portrait of Mother Teresa using staples, in a call for European countries to stop raising fences to shut their borders to refugees.
Sweden's Christmas Goat -- a giant decorative goat made of straw and wood -- didn't last long on its 50th anniversary.
A Japanese skating rink that froze 5,000 dead fish into the ice as an attraction for visitors has been forced to close after receiving a barrage of criticism.
Japanese police are offering noodle discounts to elderly citizens who hand in their driving licenses, promising them cheaper ramen soup in exchange for improved road safety.
It is a feast fit for a monkey king. On Sunday the central Thai town of Lopburi put on a five-star banquet for its hundreds of macaque inhabitants, sparking a mass simian food fight.
"Gammaduwa shanthikarma" is a ritual done by Sri Lankans to invoke the gods to be safe from sadness and undesirable events of life and to bring peace and prosperity to all humankind and the country, chasing away the evil out of the mind. The ritual is performed only by menfolk from dusk to dawn accompanied by Sri Lankan traditional drums, flamed fire sticks and low-country dancing.