Fran Hanson

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Beatles' Famous Rooftop Concert: 15 Things You Didn't Know

George's rosewood ax, mics wrapped in pantyhose and Orson Welles' alleged son — the wild truth about the Fab Four's final show<p>The Beatles' rooftop …

21 Reasons You Should Be Thankful For Your Cat

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This is your future smart home — and no, it doesn't look like 'The Jetsons'

LAS VEGAS — In just a few years, you'll awake in the morning to the sound of your alarm, and the hidden sensors in the room will know you're getting …

Bang & Olufsen

A mesmerizing pendulum wave demonstration with 16 bowling balls in a North Carolina forest | Colossal

<p>If you’ve ever been to a science museum or taken a physics class, you’ve probably encountered an example of a pendulum wave. This video shows a …

Robin Williams' Napa Valley Estate Is Back on the Market

The late actor's home has been listed for a reduced price of $25.9 million.<p>The Napa Valley vineyard estate of the beloved late actor Robin Williams has been relisted for $25.9 million, down from the $29.9 million it was listed for earlier this year, the Los Angeles Times reports. Williams had …

Real Estate

Dogs Terrified Of Walking Past Cats, A Dramatic Compilation

Very few things can come between a dog and its owner. Dogs have faced down cars, burglars, and even bears in order to protect humans. Yet there is one obstacle that continues to confound them: cats.<p>Cats are capable of stopping a dog dead in his tracks no matter how badly he wants past. If a cat …

Underwater Photos of Dogs Fetching Balls

Seth Casteel, whose series of underwater photos of dogs fetching their ball first went viral in 2012 has continued to delight as the series extends …

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