From the best shops and restaurants to experiences you won't find anywhere else, here's how to get the most out of New York City. Tiffany & Co. has been a fixture on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in Manhattan since it opened its doors on October 21, 1940, and the all-day Tiffany Blue café drew in crowds from around the country when it opened in 2018. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the cafe is temporarily closed but is scheduled to reopen in 2022 alongside the Tiffany New York flagship reopening.
Three-year-old Indian football prodigy shows off his impressive skills This football prodigy has mastered a few trick shots
Please book a flight home and prepare to spend the next several days rummaging around your parents’ basement, because all that random stuff you owned in the ’90s? Beanie Babies, Pokémon cards, and even old video game cartridges are worth hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars these days. Furby was one of the most annoying toys to come out of the ’90s, and in a cruel twist of fate, they’re now somehow worth almost $1k.
The river turned a shade of milky white after a t crashed into the River Dulais in western Wales, spilling 28,000 liters of milk into it.
38-year-old Levi LaVallee leaped over a fire truck and raced alongside the Duluth Zephyr before launching into the first-ever snowmobile backflip over a moving train.
Where would we be without Chicken McNuggets and Uncrustables?!
Everyone knows stores like the Dollar Tree and Dollar General offer deep discounts, but if you're not careful you could actually end up spending more per unit on certain items. Beads, feathers, stickers, foam shapes and more are just $1 at dollar stores across the country.
For most of us, our basement is a repository of junk, filled with dried-up old paint cans, mildewed cardboard boxes, and ancient chargers belonging to electronics long since gone. Whether it's because your old stuff might net you cash or because it has sentimental value, here are 39 things in your basement you definitely shouldn't ditch. If you happen to have a couple 1972 Nike Waffle Racing Flat “Moon Shoes” stashed away in your basement you're in serious luck.
The gorgeous new color is the seventh addition to the Always Pan lineup. Get one before they all sell out again.