In a city famous for its lights and pricey real estate, the most exclusive Parisian apartment is one at the top of the Eiffel Tower itself, built by Gustave Eiffel, for Gustave Eiffel—and special guests like, oh, Thomas Edison.

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Spectators at University of Nebraska-Omaha sporting events will soon have more than the game to keep an eye on, when the delightfully unnecessary "Taco Cannon" launches wrapped Tex-Mex mini meals through the air into the laps (or faces) of some lucky sports fans.

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Walt Disney Studios' two-year plan for film releases boasts an average of a movie per month, from the Avengers sequel in May 2015 all the way to the latest Pirates of the Caribbean installment in July 2017. That's a whole lot of entertainment.

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The mysterious "Colorado book tosser" has been apprehended, and an explanation found for the bewildering appearance of random books along the side of a local highway.

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A cringeworthy email buried in the depths of the archives unearthed by the Sony hack reveals some suggestions on how to make the new incarnation of Spider-Man hip with the kids these days—hot yoga, Snapchat, and EDM—that thankfully did not make the movie’s final cut.

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Pet photographer Serena Hodson knows that all it takes is a little water to transform a dog’s entire appearance, not to mention emotional state—a profound change she captures perfectly in her aptly titled series, Dry Dog Wet Dog.

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A delicately designed, transparent glass tea house in the mountains of Kyoto, Japan puts a modern spin on the traditional tea ceremony that also reminds visitors of its cultural foundation.

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A lost volume from the Choose Your Own Adventure book series is set to be published soon, and it promises to be the creepiest installment of them all.