With the news about Muammar Gaddafi moving so quickly, kick back with these afternoon links.
In an effort to bolster its ailing tourism industry, Japan is making it very enticing for travelers to visit. (via Moneyland)
Delicious, salty, and oh-so-cheap. You’d be hard-pressed to find a college student that hasn’t succumbed at least once to the wallet-friendly goodness of Nissin’s Cup Noodles. The instant noodles are celebrating 40 years by …
This sort of brings the concept of the staff uniform to a whole new level.
This story isn’t getting any better. While authorities were searching for the body of a woman who fell into the water near Niagara Falls they instead found another body, one of a man no less.
The remnants of the giant wave that hit Japan crashed into and fragmented an Antarctic ice shelf after the original tsunami, scientists say.
Earthquake devastation. Continuing tsunami threats from aftershocks. Fears of a nuclear meltdown. Contaminated fruit and vegetables. We understand why you wouldn’t want to visit Japan right now. But in reality, it might be the …
On Wednesday, former New York Yankees pitcher Hideki Irabu was found dead in his apartment outside Los Angeles. Authorities are calling Irabu’s death an apparent suicide.
They may not be the most fashion-forward pieces, but when the dog days of summer are upon us, who really cares?
Almost 70 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, an excavation crew may have found the skull of a Japanese pilot who died in action.
Today’s links on this sizzling summer day are brought to you by the letter “S.”
The earthquake and tsunami hit Japan four months ago, but Mamoru Oikawa continues to look for his family. (via Los Angeles Times)