In honor of John Lennon’s 75th birthday, Baked by Melissa partnered with Yoko Ono and the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus, a nonprofit organization that provides students music recording opportunities, to create the world’s largest cupcake art mosaic
A record-breaking 40,000 cupcakes were used in the creation of the mosaic, a giant tie-dye peace sign with #ImaginePeace beneath it
Baked by Melissa is submitting the sweet creation to Guinness World…
Biblical amounts of rain continued to pour down onto the Palmetto State Sunday, sending rivers and creeks rising to record levels while smashing longstanding precipitation markers.
South Carolina officials have asked all state residents to stay home, unless their home is threatened by floodwaters, and restrict their use of 911 to life-threatening situations only. As waters rise, more swift water rescues have been taking place, and dam breaches are occurring around the state, according to…
Rapper Chris Brown may be denied the right to enter Australia for his upcoming tour if anti-violence campaigners have their way.
Brown, who plead guilty to assaulting his girlfriend pop singer Rihanna in 2009, plans to tour Australia in December. Activist group Getup! has started a petition calling for Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to refuse his visa application, as the group believes allowing the rapper into the country would condone his actions
OK, that’s an exaggerationSaturday Night Live has, however, chosen a new comedian to play controversial GOP candidate Donald Trump on its upcoming 40th season: veteran cast member Taran Killam, according to Deadline.
A relatively rare cloud formation caused an online sensation in Costa Rica on Tuesday. The rainbow cloud formation was captured by eyewitnesses on the ground and touted as “the end of days” and a “sign of God” by some online.
The cloud was spotted in the communities of San Jose, Parrita, Pavas, Escazu and Hatillo, according to ABC News.
The climate system is shrieking with alarm bells, as more heat milestones have been reached this week: The planet just had one of its hottest Augusts and its hottest summer on record, according to two of the four agencies responsible for keeping tabs on the planet’s surface temperatures.
A third such agency, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), is expected to concur with these findings in an announcement on Thursday