Denmark is trying to wean its people off butter by imposing a hefty “fat tax,” but their neighbors across the Skagerrak in Norway can’t get enough of the golden goodness. A diet fad in the Scandinavian country has depleted …
It’s the holiday season, so break out the eggnog, mistletoe — and Slayer.
What started as a fasting holiday is now best known for its candy-filled calendars.
The day after Thanksgiving is Evacuation Day and, no, it has nothing to do with all that pie you ate.
Any girl dressing up as, say, Mr. Potato Head or any boy donning a Lady Gaga outfit (a rather easy gender-bending costume choice) this Halloween were left out in the cold at one recent party in Utah.
If one Connecticut lawmaker has his way, Halloween might get a little more random.
Imagine the horror when you show up to your Halloween party dressed like everyone else. Google looked at the most popular searches to predict what the most popular costume will be.
Passover begins Tuesday. In preparation, check out some little-known facts about the Jewish festival holiday. (via TIME.com)
The revelry begins at sundown when Jews celebrate their people’s victory over Haman by noshing on a resemblance of him.
Saturday night, Jews will drink until they cannot tell the difference between “the cursed and the blessed” to celebrate Purim.
The highly-anticipated nuptial ceremony has been declared an official holiday in Britain. But some employers aren’t heeding the royal command.
Love knows no boundaries, Iran. So NewsFeed will just have to find another way to get our chocolates to the Supreme Leader.