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Most Interesting Man judges beard contest — for charity
The man who helped pitch Dos Equis beer as the Most Interesting Man in the World turned his attention from his favorite beer to his favorite beard by judging a competition called Vermont Beardies.
 
US man publishes obituary — while still alive
A Michigan man has published his own obituary and scheduled his own memorial service after stopping cancer treatment.
 
Sea lion leaves a California farmland canal, heads home
A young sea lion spotted in a northern California farmland canal was feasting on carp as it made its way home Wednesday, a day after rescue crews tried to get him out to be evaluated.
 
'My wife deserves a medal,' declares BBC interview dad
The professor who became an accidental internet sensation when his family crashed a live television interview says his wife "deserves a medal" for looking after him and his now-famous children.
 
Space jam
This image posted by French astronaut Thomas Pesquet on Twitter shows him with a saxophone he received for his birthday aboard the International Space Station on March 12. The instrument arrived in a SpaceX cargo ship on Feb. 23, and his crew mates kept it hidden until his 39th birthday on Feb. 27.
 
Retirees knit clothes for chickens
Sweaters for chickens? It sounds like a joke, but a plucky group of retirees in suburban Boston has hatched a plan to keep poultry warm during the New England winter.
 
Liberty extinguished: New York landmark suffers blackout
For several hours, Lady Liberty didn't shine so brightly.
 
How to live off 35K in Taipei (as a family of four)
Taipei's cost of living has oft been criticized as too high, making it difficult for young people to get by on a typical salary.
 
Kaia Larka, left, competes to win the annual Shrove Tuesday trans-Atlantic pancake race in the town of Olney, in Buckinghamshire, England, Tuesday, Feb. 28. Every year, women clad in aprons and head scarves from Olney and the city of Liberal, in Kansas, U.S., run their respective legs of the race with a pancake in their pan.
 
Divine copyright protection
Pope Francis magnets are displayed at a shop in downtown Rome, Saturday, Feb. 25.
 
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