Artist Keith Lapinig has found a new way to experience Disneyland through his creative Disney silhouettes. Lapinig uses paper cardstock to cut out Disney characters and scenes, then photographs them interacting with the scenery at Disneyland. His work takes inspiration from films like “Pocahontas,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Inside Out,” “Up,” and more.
Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Mark from Seattle, who says:... The post Put the Address of Your Destination on Your Lugg ... Read more
An early 20th-century home has an unusual treasure in its front garden. Known locally as “the Druid’s Altar,” the single-chambered grave was erected around 4,000 years ago. Local archaeological excava ... Read more
Summary: We look at the supernatural folklore and mythology of the Borderlands area along the Mexican-U.S. boundary in this episode. We talk to author, professor, and story collector David Bowles abou ... Read more
It's Friday the 13th and, to add a little more suspense to the day, we've gone back to Camp Crystal Lake to reminisce the cast of "Friday The 13th." Slash through our gallery of then and now cast phot ... Read more
Former NBA star Kevin Garnett is heading for divorce after 14 years of marriage ... TMZ has learned. According to new legal docs ... Brandi Padilla filed the divorce papers Thursday in L.A. Padilla re ... Read more
Logan Paul and Chloe Bennett just made their big couple debut in public, and their fans -- okay, mostly Logan's -- were all about capturing the moment. The YouTube star and the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ... Read more
Here's a glimpse into what summer camp would look like if you had a boatload of money ... Mark Zuckerberg, Roger Goodell, Robert Kraft and a whole host of rich people converged on Sun Valley Resort in ... Read more