Stephen Lethbridge

A whopping 82 percent of Toronto residents between the ages of 15 and 29 are currently single, according to a report from Berlin-based relocation platform Movinga. Toronto is Canada’s top city for finding love and #24 out of 100 cities overall. Interestingly, women in Toronto say they value “honestly” above all else, while men say […]

Haagen-Dazs has unveiled six alcohol-infused ice cream flavors: Irish Cream Brownie, Rum Tres Leches, Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle, Stout Chocolate Pretzel Crunch, Bourbon Praline Pecan, and non-dairy Amaretto Black Cherry Almond Toffee. The flavors have already started rolling out in grocery stores and should be available nationwide by April. Each 14-ounce carton costs $5.29. In […]

The diving team who successfully saved members of a Thai soccer team stuck in a cave recently made another successful rescue: a dog named George who was stuck for three days in a Welsh cave. The Daily Mail reports that Alex Barrett was walking George when the beloved pup fell into a hole and became […]

People often spend as much time in the office as they do at home, so it’s easy for them to get a little too comfortable. Here are five things to keep in mind in order to be a good neighbor to your colleagues, courtesy of Lifehacker: Organize your space. Clutter is distracting and keeps us from focusing on […]

It looks like many dog owners are in more loving relationships with their pups than their human partners, according to a new survey from dog-sitting company Rover. A whopping 67 percent of dog people say they gaze lovingly into their canine’s eyes. Meanwhile, 47 percent admit that they cuddle their dog more often than their […]

The American Kennel Club’s Museum of the Dog is opening its doors in New York City on February 8. It houses the world’ largest collection of canine fine art, rare porcelain and bronze dog statues, and a library where visitors can learn about their favorite breeds. “It is exciting to bring this collection back to […]

Facebook apologized on Tuesday for accidentally blocking a museum in Switzerland from posting images of two naked statues. The Museum of Art and History in Geneva complained that it was unable to promote an exhibition featuring two statues, a marble Venus and a bronze, kneeling man. Facebook cited nudity as the reason they were kept […]

Several ski resorts in California’s Eastern Sierra and Tahoe areas have closed due to–wait for it–too much snow. The Los Angeles Times reports that the biggest storm system of the season so far has dropped as much as nine feet of snow. Ski operations will remain closed until lifts and lodges can be cleared. Meanwhile, […]

On Tuesday, ABC confirmed that its February 24 Oscars telecast will have no host. As ABC News notes, Kevin Hart abandoned the gig in December after homophobic tweets he posted eight years ago resurfaced. It will mark the first time since 1989 that the Oscars will go without a host; as with that year, various […]

If you’re someone who could “wax on” forever about how great The Karate Kid is, then make sure you get your tickets when the movie returns to theaters next month. EW reports that the 1984 film will screen in theaters nationwide March 31-April 2 in honor of its 35th anniversary. Not only will The Karate […]



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