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Amanda Bynes Steps Out With Long Blonde Locks

Amanda Bynes Steps Out With Long Blonde Locks

There has been yet another update in the mental health of Amanda Bynes. After having her dog given away over her schizophrenic actions, the actress decided to try out a new hair color–blonde. These latest developments come after Amanda was released from involuntary psychiatric care. Read More »

How does Santa get down the chminey? (VIDEO)

How does Santa get down the chminey

Take the imagination of your typical 5-year-old, add a physically impossible question about Santa’s job and what do you get? Pure magical answers. Did you ever wonder just how a big fat man in a red and white suit fits down a chimney? Does he drop straight down or perhaps use a ladder? And the biggest head-scratcher — how does ... Read More »

Christmas Traditions of Hawaii

Christmas Traditions of Hawaii

They also provide the elves with aloha shirts. With creative twists, the Christmas traditions of Hawaii become surprises each year. This way, Santa wears aloha shirts and the Holiday dinner is a community luau with a kalua roast pig and Xmas leis. Read More »

Real life Christmas legends : Letters to santa from North Pole, Alaska

Real life Christmas legends

It’s Christmas year-round in North Pole, Alaska—just 20 minutes away from Fairbanks. You’ll find candy canes painted on city streets and holiday parades in July. And at the hub of the festivities is Santa Claus House, a frontier general store and post office turned holiday shop. The postal tradition lives on—official Letters from Santa are postmarked from the North Pole ... Read More »

Japan stocks best performers of 2013; gold down

Japan stocks best performers of 2013; gold down

U.S. stocks are on track to become the top investment in 2013, with the S&P 500 index on course to mark its best year since 1997. The S&P index has risen 29.5 percent on a total return basis since January as investors bet the U.S. economic recovery would accelerate, enabling the Federal Reserve to withdraw its monetary stimulus without disrupting ... Read More »

TORONTO : Thousands still without power after ice storm

Thousands still without power after ice storm

A massive ice storm has hit Toronto, leaving roughly 250,000 without power and disrupting all streetcar service in the city and the Scarborough RT (as of 8:30 a.m.). Toronto hydro estimates up to a 72 hour wait for those currently without service, while the TTC has yet to determine when streetcars will once again return to the streets. Widespread delays ... Read More »

Lingerie : Christmas knickers made from pine needles

Christmas knickers made from pine needles

An online ethical department store has launched underwear made from recycled pine tree prunings. The French-designed pants are ‘soft as silk’, according to Midlands-based Liv.co.uk. Dawn Foxall, from Liv.co.uk, said: “These are the pinnacle of French technology, delivered right where it matters. They won’t leave you pining for the old bloomers. Read More »

Dwight Jones returns to football after tragedy

Dwight Jones returns to football after tragedy

The Jets signed Dwight Jones to their practice squad Wednesday, a wide receiver who is returning to football after a family tragedy. Jones went undrafted in 2012 after coming out of North Carolina and signed with the Houston Texans. But Jones didn’t report to training camp that season, telling the Texans he wasn’t sure if we wanted to play football ... Read More »

Eagles honor NFL cheerleader who served in Afghanistan

Eagles honor NFL cheerleader who served in Afghanistan

Rachel Washburn once carried pompoms. Now she carries an M4 carbine. The military brat who became an NFL cheerleader is today a first lieutenant in the United States Army. On Sunday, she was to be honored as a Hometown Hero by the Philadelphia Eagles, the team she cheered for from 2007 to 2009. The Bronze Star recipient served two tours ... Read More »