Archive | December 2013

New Year, New Meaning to “Penguin Plunge” in Antarctica

Travellers on a Russian ship stuck in ice at Antarctica since Christmas Eve will have to wait at least until New Year's Day for rescue.

“I assume the Penguin Plunge will be a spectator sport this year!” ┬áTravellers on a Russian research ship stuck in ice at Antarctica since Christmas Eve will have to wait at least until New Year’s Day for rescue.

Rocking the boat

The family of famous American artist Norman Rockwell object to a new biography which claims he was gay.

A new biography of famous American artist Norman Rockwell titled “American Mirror”, claims he was gay.

Give your head a shake!

Hundreds line up for hours to buy a Bobble head doll of disgraced crack-smoking Toronto mayor Rob Ford

Hundreds line up for hours to buy a bobblehead doll of disgraced crack-smoking Toronto mayor Rob Ford

New Winter Sport?

By Popular demand! Boxing Day Sales have been extended to Boxing Week Sales

By Popular demand! Boxing Day Sales have been extended to Boxing Week Sales

Naughty trumps Nice

Disgraced Toronto Mayor Rob Ford beats astronaut and International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield as Canadian "Newsmaker of the Year"

Disgraced Toronto Mayor Rob Ford beats astronaut and International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield as Canadian “Newsmaker of the Year”

“When what to my wondering eyes did appear…”

Astronauts on the International Space Station are planning a Christmas Eve spacewalk.

Astronauts on the International Space Station are planning a Christmas Eve spacewalk.

The Cats Come back!

Putin frees the disadent Punk Rockers "Pussy Riot" in what has been described as a pre-Olympic PR stunt

Putin frees the dissident Punk Rockers “Pussy Riot” in what has been described as a pre-Olympic PR stunt

Shed- Dogs?

Animal adoption organizations expended huge resources of time and money to find new homes for 200 retired sled dogs from Whistler, but fear this may be the tip of the iceberg for the expanding sled-dog industry.

Animal adoption organizations expended huge resources of time and money to find new homes for 200 retired sled dogs from Whistler, but fear this may be the tip of the iceberg for the expanding sled-dog industry.