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Wed, May 15, 2013 1:26 PM
These painters have left their mark on walls across the globe, spreading political, social and sometimes inscrutable messages to the masses.
In an effort to encourage outdoor music festival clean-up, Glad, the venerable purveyor of plastic wrap and trash disposal accoutrement, introduces a camping tent that doubles as a giant garbage bag.
Studio says the film needs more time in development due to director Colin Trevorrow's recent involvement.
If you have trouble wearing stilettos, a California strength class could help.
'House of Cards' actor adopted the little mutt from the North Shore Animal League.
Two participants from 'Ultimate Survival Alaska' tell MNN why they joined National Geographic's rugged new reality show.
3,000-acre site is being restored to its former glory with native plants, landscaping, and removal of rusted amusement park rides.
Makers of the hit reality series 'Gold Rush' are casting for a family 'in need of a new challenge.'
These five products are easy on the earth and will get those gams smooth and lovely.
Psychics make many claims of success, but are conspicuously unable to find missing persons.
Video: A new report is raising questions about the safety of trendy false eyelashes, saying the adhesives and solvents used to remove them can cause eye infections and irritation.
From extreme survivalists to squid monsters, the DVR can barely handle the deluge.
Bree Turner reveals upcoming plot points.
We all know the mantra 'Keep, toss, donate, sell' — but it can be a tough job.
A topical treatment is able to combat oxidative stress that causes gray hairs.
The famous royal shutters the store, which featured fresh vegetables and organic meats from his Duchy Home Farm.
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