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Monthly Archive for April, 2012
Cheeseburgers with your pizza? It’s a reality from Pizza Hut Middle East, which has released the “Crown Crust Burger Pizza,” which has a crust lined with tiny cheeseburgers, the Los Angeles Times is reporting.
The Las Vegas-based site went live on April 9 and had 16,000 members on Wednesday, founder Brandon Wade told chron.com. He said he has seen some foreign traffic in the last few days, but 80 percent of users are from U.S. He said 700 of the users are from Texas, 200 of those from Houston.
A Tennessee teenager was turned down from her high school prom for wearing a red, white and blue sequined dress that resembled the Confederate battle flag, the Jackson Sun reported. When 18-year-old Texanna Edwards showed up to the dance Saturday in the controversial dress, knee-length with thick blue ribbon crossed at her hip, officials told [...]
Add this to the list of ways the President of the United States woos young voters in an election-year: He slow jams the news.
The woman on the right was just named the most beautiful woman in the UK. Eighteen-year-old Florence Colgate recently won a “natural beauty” contest organized to promote the British television show “Lorraine.” The reasons for Colgate’s win — besides a pleasant expression and a nice head of hair? Symmetry and proportion. The Daily Mail explains: [...]
An actor died during a Passion Play in Brazil on Good Friday when he accidentally hung himself portraying Judas, the apostle who betrayed Jesus, during a suicide scene, msnbc.com is reporting via TV Record.
In the first criminal charge arising from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, a former BP engineer who lives in Katy has been named in obstruction of justice charges alleging he destroyed evidence sought by government investigators, the Justice Department said Tuesday.
A woman who tweeted that police would never catch her was arrested at Lamar University in Beaumont on an outstanding warrant for allegedly trying to pass herself off as her sister. Pearland Police learned of a tweet last week by Mahogany Mason-Kelly, 20, who posted on Twitter: “I still got a warrant in Pearland…Those pigs [...]
A woman taking a short walk on a long pier fell into the drink because she was distract by texting, msnbc.com is reporting.
ABINGDON, Va. (AP) — A Washington County teacher accused of firing a blank gun in a welding class is facing criminal charges. Police tell media outlets that 60-year-old Manuael Ernest Dillow is charged with 12 felony counts of brandishing a weapon. Washington County Sheriff Fred Newman says the incident occurred April 4 at the William [...]