We’ve all been there. Driving around a parking lot looking for that perfect spot only to find one car is taking up multiple spots, or maybe another just couldn’t manage to get the wheels between the lines thus making it more difficult to park properly.
This time of the year is some of the best to see massive icebergs drifting close to small outports across Newfoundland. And if you are lucky enough to be there now, you are in for a show. This is the most bergs since 2003.
Almost everyone carrying a camera all the time because it’s a part of their smartphone has created a ridiculous number of selfies. That may seem like a curse of the smartphone era, but on the positive side it allows people to capture moments of incredible beauty.
For weeks a luxury house in Texas has been teetering on the edge of a cliff about 25 metres above a lake. The home has been gradually breaking apart and falling down the cliff since a landslide caused half the cliff to crumble.
Unlike famous works of art hanging in galleries, street art is fleeting. But now Google’s Paris-based Cultural Institute website is working to document and catalogue street art all around the world in online curated galleries so people decades from now will always know what was there.
Fred Turnbull remembers what happened 70 years ago as if it was yesterday. He was a crew member on a landing craft responsible for delivering troops to the beach in France as part of the D-Day invasion, seven decades ago today.
Last night when people dined at Smoke and Water at the Pacific Shores Resort in Parksville, B.C. they were not allowed to leave a tip. Instead, the owner has given staff a pay bump and instituted a profit-sharing scheme.