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Sherlock Stopped Mugging

Benedict Cumberbatch, who famously plays superhero “Dr. Strange” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Sherlock Holmes in the television show Sherlock, acted like a real life hero recently when he is credited with staving off an attack of a delivery

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Royal Wedding By Kensington Palace

The Royal Wedding was fairly early this morning with all the coverage beginning at 5:45 and the ceremony itself taking place at 7. Easy enough to miss if you didn’t set an alarm or are not normally an early riser.

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Royal Wedding Lingo

While the world awaits the royal nuptials of the U.K.’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, engage yourself in our list of wedding day words you might not know.   Morning coat Short in front, longer in the back, the morning

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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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