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Fireballs in Thailand’s Mekong River: The unexplained phenomena

It is a mystery which has confused millions around the world. Several fireballs appear along the Mekong river in Thailand each year as people gather to witness it. Interestingly, it is not just a one-off event, the fireballs typically are many and some witnesses say even thousands can be seen. Locals call it the mythical…

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Funko Unveils ‘Friends’ & ‘The Peacemaker’ POP! Exclusives for SDCC

Ah yes, take a deep breath… you can almost smell the pungent, practically gamey parfum de fanboy of the packed and overly stimulating San Diego Convention Center once again. And that is because, for the first time in two years, San Diego Comic-Con is happening live. As in, with actual people and possibly even events…

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Hello Kitty Cafe set to open location at Las Vegas mall in July

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Sanrio announced Wednesday that it will open its new Hello Kitty Cafe in Las Vegas in July. According to a news release, located at the Fashion Show Mall, Hello Kitty Cafe Las Vegas will open its doors to the public at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 8. The release states…

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State paid almost €30,000 to send Kerry representatives to US for St Patrick’s Day

The State paid almost €30,000 to send Kerry representatives to the United States for St Patrick’s Day. Minister for Education and Kerry TD Norma Foley went to Boston while Kenmare Senator Mark Daly travelled to Washington for the festivities. The former Mayor of Kerry, meanwhile, travelled to New York. The Department of Education paid over…

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Ford Bronco Officially Coming To Europe In Limited Numbers

One of Ford’s most recognizable modern products, the resurrected Bronco, is going to be sold officially in Europe. Joining the Mustang and Explorer as models designed and built for the American market also available on the Old continent, the off-roader will hit the automaker’s showrooms on the continent from late next year. This is surely…

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Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks show lights up NYC sky for 46th year

For the 46th year, the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks show lit up the New York City sky on Independence Day. Nearly 50,000 shells launched into the sky from five barges along the river for the 25-minute show. Before the show, people waited in line for hours at various viewpoints on both sides of the…

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Canadians up the creek with camping, says Scouts Canada

In May, a survey by Scouts Canada assessed the camping skills of average Canadians, and the organization is concerned with the results. Camping outdoors is as much a part of the classic Canadian identity as maple syrup and beaver pelts. In May, a survey by Scouts Canada assessed the camping skills of average Canadians, and…

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Island Pier serving limited edition Busch Lattes

OKALOOSA ISLAND, Fla. (WKRG) — The Island Pier on Okaloosa Island says the locals that come to fish are big fans of Busch Light beer. For a limited time, their social media claimed Busch Latte will be served in cans at the pier shop. General manager Eric Brown said the shop distributor got a shipment…

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Lake Charles animal shelter asks for help amid overcrowding

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – Overwhelmed, crowded, bursting at the seams – animal shelters across the state say they are more than full. Calcasieu Parish Animal Shelter is no exception, as they currently have more than 200 animals and are in desperate need of people to adopt them. “Right now, we are overcrowded,” manager Claire…

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