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A mysterious object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, which bares a resemblance to the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars, is now being linked to a possible Nazi device according to the Russian newspaper Pravada . An artist’s (see above screen shot photo) rendition shows how similar the object is to the ship from [...] [Read More]
A day before the Raiders special teams revealed their new speciality – long snapping the ball into the turf – the Washington Redkins were having their own kicking-game crisis. Their long snapper, Nick Sundberg, got his arm caught between a helmet and a facemask during a punt that was blocked by the Saints and returned [...] [Read More]
Pasquale Buzzelli’s survival story debuts on the Discovery channel with the documentary “The 9/11 Surfer” tonight. The documentary was named for Buzzelli “surfing” during a 15-floor fall when the North Tower of the World Trade Center collapsed on Sept. 11 the examiner reported. Buzzelli gave media interviews including as he an appearance with his wife [...] [Read More]
Terrell Owens isn’t the only NFL great who’s having trouble unloading multimillion-dollar properties. John Madden, Tom Brady, Troy Aikman, Joe Montana, Kurt Warner and Terry Bradshaw were all included in a recent list of football players trying to sell high-end houses, or who sold them only after long waits. Thanks to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com for this list: […] [Read More]
While American designers send out their spring 2013 collections here at New York Fashion Week, another fashion parade materializes off the runways either under the tents at Lincoln Center or outside on the plaza where fashionistas congregate to stroll their looks for the paparazzi. [Read More]
It was the bulge in the men’s underwear that gave them away. Security guards at Delhi’s airport in India discovered that two men had hidden tiny primates in their underwear and were apparently trying to smuggle them aboard a flight to Dubai, the BBC reports. The primates are loris, natives of India and Sri Lanka. [...] [Read More]
Alerted to changing conditions by a Houston photographer, an archaeology team is working against the clock off Galveston to get a 3-D record of the remains of the Hatteras, an iron-hulled Union gunboat sunk by the South on Jan. 11, 1863. The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration is leading the charge and credits underwater photographer [...] [Read More]