Author: Stephen Lethbridge

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Move over murder hornets, an old monster might be creeping back to life, according to Forbes. A new picture of the supposed Loch Ness monster is making the rounds among enthusiasts. Tourist Steve Challice took a picture of what appears to be a large creature in the lake. “If this is a genuine picture of a creature […]

On Tuesday, the UK’s Royal Mail unveiled a set of 13 postage stamps featuring the beloved band Queen in honor of its 50th anniversary. The stamps, which will go on sale in July, will feature their first studio photo shoot in 1974, plus some of their album covers and images from their iconic live performances. Guitarist Brian May […]

Premier Dwight Ball announced this afternoon that Newfoundland & Labrador will be joining New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island in an Atlantic Bubble, easing travel restrictions in the four Atlantic provinces while cases of COVID-19 remain low. For NL, NB, NS, and PEI, unrestricted travel between the provinces without the requirement to self-isolate […]

On Monday, Global Citizen announced the lineup for a concert on June 27th that will raise money for COVID-19 relief in marginalized communities. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will host Global Goal: Unite for Our Future–the Concert, which will feature performances by Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Shakira, Coldplay, J Balvin, Jennifer Hudson, and Usher, among others. […]

Nearly 30 years after he last played the role, Michael Keaton is in talks to play Bruce Wayne in an upcoming The Flash movie, the Wrap reports. The new movie will introduce DC fans to the concept of the multiverse, a shifting number of alternate universes where the DC Comics characters exist, allowing several different […]

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has an interesting theory on how kneeling became one of the signature gestures of the Black Lives Matter movement. “I understand this sense of frustration and restlessness that is driving the Black Lives Matter movement,” Raab said Thursday. However, he quickly went on to prove that he actually doesn’t understand […]

Rice maker Uncle Ben’s has announced they will be revamping their image in the wake of recent conversations about race. “Now is the right time to evolve the Uncle Ben’s brand,” parent company Mars said in a statement. The news came just hours after Quaker Oats likewise announced that they’ll retire their 130-year-old Aunt Jemima […]

Twitter announced Wednesday that it is rolling out a new audio tweet feature to select iOS users, some of whom will notice a small sound wave icon when composing a tweet, Mashable reports. Those users can click the icon and will be able to record their voice and post it in their tweet. Users will […]

A man in Vienna, Austria, was fined 500 Euros for farting loudly in front of police during an incident on June 5, according to reports. The city police department defended the fine on Tuesday, saying that the man had “offended public decency” with his blast. They also said on Twitter that he had behaved “provocatively […]

A pair of nursing homes in the Concorde, New Hampshire area began a pen pal letter exchange during the coronavirus lockdowns as a way to ease loneliness for residents, the AP reports. But after the program was highlighted in local media, “That’s when the trouble began,” said Rich Vanderweit, who conceived of the program while […]



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