The historic space was established as a dance hall in 1889, featuring a cabaret show that included the first cancan performance.
Julie and Jimmy Johnson woke up to quite the surprise after a night of thunderstorms earlier this month. While they have three dogs of their own, the dog sandwiched between them was a total stranger.
David Rush walked just over 200 feet. He holds the Guinness record for the most Guinness records. He previously walked while using his chin to balance a lawnmower, a baseball bat and a Christmas tree.
Maison Des Champs has climbed massive buildings — without the safety of a rope or harness — to raise money for groups that work to convince women to not have abortions.
Scientists in Monterey Bay, Calif., found a seldom-seen species of dragonfish swimming nearly 1,000 feet below the ocean's surface.
In Texas, a 2,000 year old Roman sculpture turned up at a Goodwill store. What followed, for one woman, was a years-long effort to learn how it got there and to try to return it to its rightful owner.
When Michael Bise started his job at Gap in 1992, he was struck by the music the store played. He's been on the hunt for in-store playlists ever since.
If you can sort mail, sell postage stamps and count penguins, this could be the job for you.
Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza was a staple comfort food for South Asians across the country. Now the fast food chain is bring the favorite back to its menu.
The Swift Twisted-Claw Millipede, or Nannaria swiftae, was among several new species found in Tennessee.
The receipt dates back to an exhibition in the 1950s. French artist Yves Klein charged money to see his so-called invisible art. He later sold the art for gold and gave receipts.
Demonstrators used high-powered lights to project the Ukrainian flag onto the walls of the Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C. The Russians tried to outshine the flags with a spotlight, but failed.
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The meteor crash-landed off the coast of Papua New Guinea in January 2014.
Musk is now Twitter's largest shareholder. That gives him a legal right to coerce and cajole and persuade and shout about what the company does.
Employees at the Mr. Chips factory thought it might be a muddy potato, but it was a grenade on the conveyor belt. The bomb squad was called, and it was determined the grenade wasn't active.
Species of cheetah, leopard, polar bear, rhinoceros, along with nearly 200 ivory elephant tusks, were among the extensive collection, valued at more than $31 million.
LaQuedra Edwards had put $40 into a lottery vending machine at a supermarket in Los Angeles when "some rude person" bumped into her, causing her to buy a different lottery ticket than she intended.
The true history of April Fools' has been a mystery for ages. The theories around its origin story have involved everything from Roman gods and fake popes to the Gregorian calendar and gullible fish.
Stuffed in a desk in North Germany is a small box with one of the world's most unique and perplexing collections. Charlotte Ruchhöft has collected more than 500 balls from fountain pens.
With two of her chefs out sick, Edward Peake Middle School's kitchen manager, Tina Clarke, decided to call in to a radio program to ask celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay for help.