Thursday’s links peer into a crystal ball and tell you the future.
In Japan, falling out of love means everyone gets to party.
It’s a dog day of summer for Takeru Kobayashi.
Los Alamos, N.M. is feeling the heat this week as it battles the Las Conchas wildfire that has been raging since Sunday.
Today’s links feature individuals championing the arts in thrift stores, on the baseball diamond, atop light posts in Times Square, and more.
Rev-up your engines for sculptor Chris Burden’s “Metropolis II,” a warehouse-sized Hot Wheels racetrack, which will debut at the Los Angeles County Museum (LACMA) in about six months.
Eguchi Aimi is your typical Japanese pop star: perfect skin, high-pitched girlish voice, lithe figure, and a team of computer designers, photographers, and other pop stars artificially constructing her every movement.
With summer fast approaching, variety of seasonal fruits is making a comeback. Japanese rare item, Densuke watermelon isn’t an exception, and due to recession, it comes at a bargain price—falling a bit short of $4,000 a pop.
To the quake and tsunami-ravaged Japanese, it will be music to their ears.
Earlier today, New Zealand underwent two large 5.3 and a 6.0 magnitude earthquakes in Christchurch, just five months after a 6.3 quake killed 181 people in the city on the nation’s South Island. Fortunately for the island nation, …
A video of an earless baby bunny reportedly living near the Fukushima nuclear zone has sparked concerns of the long-term effects of radiation on both animals and humans, yet experts caution that this rabbit may not be what it …
Concerned parents in the city near Japan’s troubled nuclear reactor have come up with innovative concepts for their children’s playtime.