Margaritaville Enterprises, founded in 2006 and based in Orlando, sells everything from beachwear to furniture and also oversees at least one Caribbean island resort, two American resorts, and four casinos.
A rat-infested and toxic Russian cruise ship cast adrift in the Atlantic Ocean has apparently vanished.
The most intriguing part of Australian photographer Steve Back’s gorgeously graphic series Hutt Lagoon is that the bright pink-colored water is all natural.
Here's a set of photoshops with Steve Ballmer making surprise introductions throughout history.
Business Insider ran a survey to find out people's opinions about having sex at work. Here are the results.
Vivid Sydney, an annual two-week event of “Light, Music, Ideas,” kicked off in Australia on Friday, and as you can see by the projections on the building itself, the creativity is mind-bendingly cool.
OK, you want to try it? Then watch the video above—the whole thing, preferably full-screen—before you read any further. Got it? Good. Let's see how smart you (maybe) are.
French photographer Pierre Carreau has photographed gorgeous, captivating pictures of the ocean’s waves.
On Thursday night, a bridge collapsed after an oversized load hit the trusses of the structure.
Don’t go waving the graph in this article indignantly at your barista—there’s nothing he or she can do about it.
Corsets dominated the undergarments of wealthier women in the Western world for centuries, until WWI. So how did the war help popularize the bra?
For the past few months, writer and artist James Bridle has maintained an Instagram account on which he posts satellite images of locations of known drone strikes shortly after they occur.
Born to mom Armani at the LEO Zoological Center in Greenwich, Connecticut, Archie the anteater seems perfectly normal except for one small detail: Zookeepers have no idea how he came into being.
The soldier bent to his work, careful as a diamond cutter. He carried no weapon or rucksack, just a small plastic ruler, which he used to align a name plate, just so, atop the breast pocket of an Army dress blue jacket, size 39R.
I didn't ask enough questions, and I paid the price.
Ron Miller is notable for his equally awesome illustrations of what it would look like if other planets from our solar system replaced the moon.
Authorities say recordings of conversations between Charles Watson and his attorneys could yield information on unsolved slayings committed by the Manson family.
There is more to the world than meets the human eye, a fact that hit home for the 18th-century astronomer Sir Frederick William Herschel when he discovered infrared light—a wavelength of light that lies just outside the visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Marissa Mayer's twitter apology to professional photographers this week got us thinking about other big names who have issued apologies in the Twittersphere. Here are 8 notable examples from the past year.
When John Baptist Greco built Holy Land USA in Waterbury, Connecticut, he envisioned it as a pilgrimage site for American Christians. Closed since 1984 however, the long-neglected park now looks more like a horror movie set than a place for wholesome family fun.
In late May 1913, Vienna was gripped by revelations of a spy scandal that shook the Austrian military to its very foundations. On May 25, 1913 the former head of Austrian military espionage had shot himself after being uncovered as a Russian spy and – almost more shocking, if that were possible – a homosexual.
Scientists -- and parents -- have long wondered why we don’t remember anything that happened before age 3. As all parents know, no matter how momentous an event is in a toddler’s life, the memory soon drifts away and within months there isn’t even a wisp of it left.
During a visit to the BBC’s "The Graham Norton Effect" to promote the new father-son film "After Earth," Jaden Smith joined dad Will to perform the iconic, titular theme song from "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air."
As Islamists come to power across much of the Middle East, Christians are facing growing persecution.
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