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Fictional Place Names Are Popping Up On Road Signs in Didcot, England

Driving along the highway in Didcot, England, you may notice something strange: the road signs point the way to places like Neverland and Middle-earth. The names of these and other fictional locales from literature were seamlessly added to road signs

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Queen’s Birthday Continues

Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Birthday Yesterday, and yes this is the second time this year she has celebrated her 91st birthday. She celebrates two birthdays each year: her actual birthday on 21 April and her official one which usually

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Lego Professor Of Play Newest Position At Cambridge University

How would you like to get paid to play? Well sort of. Cambridge University in England has hired a Lego Professor of Play to teach and research the role of play in young children.Professor Paul Ramchandani will fill the unique

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Happy Huntigowk Day

That’s April Fool’s Day in Scotland although it’s not used anymore. “Gowk” is Scottish for a cuckoo or a foolish person. Other culture have different names for it too. In England ‘fool’ is known by differently depending on which part

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