Secret to Scrabble beatdown: 300 words added to game's dictionary
Ew. Just when you've mastered enough legitimate Scrabble words to beat your bestie on the game board and twerk in victory, Merriam-Webster has released a sixth edition of The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
From backscrubber sword to scooter toilet, China's 'Useless Edison' goes viral
A meat cleaver that doubles as a mobile telephone case, a sword you can use to scrub your back, and a toilet built into a scooter that flushes when you pull a lever on the handlebar.
It's a little bit pricey: Elton John's 'Your Song' lyrics for auction
The handwritten original lyrics to Elton John's breakout hit "Your Song" are going up for auction in New York and are expected to fetch hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Wet your whistle: a Croatian wine worth diving for
An experiment by two Croatian bar owners who decided to store their wine beneath the waves of the Adriatic Sea is set to go interactive as they invite guests to dive for their drink.
Looking for new way to donate during Ramadan? London mosque now accepts bitcoin
Looking for a new way to give money to charity as part of Ramadan? A mosque in Britain's capital is willing to receive your donation - in bitcoin.
Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter marries in Gatsbyesque splendor
Hollywood stars joined Queen Elizabeth and her family for Britain's second major royal wedding this year, as the monarch's granddaughter Princess Eugenie married wine merchant Jack Brooksbank.
Transgender guitarist strikes a different note in conservative Malaysia
Shika Corona strums her guitar on a Kuala Lumpur stage, the crowd dancing as she launches into a chorus, "Gender doesn't lie between your thighs!"
Whisky with your wax? South Africa rides 'metrosexual' wave
Before male beauty parlors began popping up in South Africa a few years ago, image-conscious men like Gerhard Joubert felt awkward being pampered and preened in salons filled with women.
Take pride in your fries: Brussels revamps its food stalls
Brussels wants to improve the image of the stalls selling one of its most famous delicacies, the potato fry, aiming to make the often downtrodden establishments more appealing to tourists.
'Heads - it's yours!' London meat market keeps Christmas Eve auction alive
Fresh meat was selling like hot cakes at Smithfield Market's Christmas Eve public auction on Monday, with auctioneers running up and down makeshift catwalks and handing over turkeys and huge cuts of beef and pork in return for 20-pound notes.
Five 'Crazy Rich Asian' ways to splash your cash in Singapore
Singapore is the setting for new Hollywood movie 'Crazy Rich Asians' - an adaptation of a best-selling novel that explores the insatiable consumerism of new money and old-world opulence in a continent producing more billionaires than anywhere else.
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How to prevent mold in your Boca Raton home - Dumois Gallery Homes
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