There’s an odd sign on the lawn of a home in Evansburg, Alta. — #10 Frowning Street. The unique address moves every year as part of an unusual tradition embraced by residents and tourists: the town grouch.
For a plugged-in generation, college kids have old-school tastes in textbooks. Even as more publishers offer the choice of buying e-books for classes, students would rather lug around printed textbooks.
In a bid to reconcile strict gender-segregation laws with a desire to increase employment opportunities for women, Saudi Arabia is planning to construct a new industrial "city" exclusively for female workers, Russian news agency RT reports.
Best-selling author Max Lucado is concerned about the direction of America. Violence is rampant, the economy is fragile and morality is in a "downward tailspin," he said Sunday. But he isn't panicking.
The grocery store is dead. Long live the grocery store! A shining example of post-war success and convenience, supermarkets once were practically the only place most Americans went to shop for groceries.