Giant Swings To Abolish The Wall Between The United States And Mexico: Take That, Donald Trump!


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It will have lasted only 30 minutes in all, but the symbolic images of this moment will remain in history. On July 29, three huge pink seesaws were placed on either side of the U.S.-Mexico border to allow the children it separates to play together. Continue reading »

The Best Cosplay Pictures From San Diego Comic Con International 2019


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Every July, thousands of fanboys and fangirls flock to San Diego for Comic Con in full costume as their favorite characters from pop culture. The convention launched in 1970 and has been growing each year since. Comic Con has extended to other cities and gone international, but San Diego is still the biggest draw. Here are some of the best cosplayers from the 2019 con. Continue reading »

“A Colorful Day Out To Coney Island”: Color Photographs Of A Summer’s Escape From New York City In 1948

Back to the good old days, Coney Island was a place where the straight-talking working class lapped up the fun in an America founded on security and purpose. This was confident, snooty-free America, the antithesis of knowing, sneery European high-brow culture and the affected, needy good taste that thrills only to exclude. Boy, was it fabulous. Now we go back to see Coney Island on a summer’s day in 1948. Continue reading »

Vintage Men’s Magazine: Cool Pics Of Cavalier’s Beauties During The 1960s

Cavalier is an American magazine that was launched by Fawcett Publications in 1952 and has continued for decades, eventually evolving into a Playboy-style men’s magazine. It has no connection with the Frank Munsey pulp, The Cavalier, published in the early years of the 20th century. Continue reading »

Abandoned USA: Stunning Urbex Photography By Tessa Alexandra Shea

Wonderful abandoned shots by Tessa Alexandra Shea, a gifted 28-years old self-taught photographer, and urbex explorer from Massachusetts, USA. Tessa focuses mainly on abandoned and rural photography. She shares awesome urbex photos taken in North America. Continue reading »

Incredible Street Photography In New York By Jeff Silberman

Magical street photos by Jeff Silberman, a talented self-taught photographer, and urban explorer from New York. Jeff focuses mainly on urban, architecture, and street photography. He explores the streets of New York to capture stunning street scenes. Continue reading »

Wholesome Signs By The Clackamas United Church Of Christ

Many people dread going to church – some think it’s boring, others don’t like listening to the same old sermons while another part just hates waking up early on Sundays. However, that is not always the case – just ask Pastor Adam from the Clackamas United Church of Christ. The pastor invites people of all races, religions and sexual orientations to his church and is actively spreading the message that God loves everyone through his wholesome church signs. Continue reading »

“When Only Sadness Remains”: Moody Street Photography By Daniel Kraken

Creative street shots by Daniel Kraken, a talented self-taught photographer, retoucher, and urban explorer based in Toronto, Canada. Daniel focuses mainly on urban and street photography. Continue reading »

Take A Look Inside “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” Theme Park At Disneyland

Disneyland has offered a first glimpse of its newest attraction, the “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” theme park. Visitors can build their own droids and lightsabers, interact with aliens and step into the cockpit of an exact copy of the Millennium Falcon. The interactive experience allows a team of six people to operate the spacecraft.


Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Billy Dee Williams, George Lucas and Bob Iger, Walt Disney’s chief executive, at the new park. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters) Continue reading »

Probably, You Should Stay Inside This Big Idaho Potato

An incredible potato-shaped hotel is now available for rent in Boise, Idaho. Idaho state also has its own commission on the starchy: The “Idaho Potato Commission”, and boasted potatoes on its license plates. The famous six-ton ​​potato first spent seven years on the road behind a truck-trailer, scouring 48 US states to promote Idaho starch. Kristie Wolfe, tiny house specialist, then decided to add a silo to incorporate a bathtub and a fireplace, making the unusual place habitable! Continue reading »

The Best Creations Of 2019 Texas SandFest And Facepalming Lincoln Is The Winner

1st Place – Liberty Crumbling, Damon Langlois

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Each year Texas SandFest gathers massive crowds to the beach in Port Aransas. The biggest event of the year invites thousands of people to gaze at extraordinary sand art situated along the coast. This year, 20 sculptors from around the world decided to show off their incredible skills for the competition. The event was filled with creative sand artists who choose to create sea turtles, detailed designed sand castles and even elephants. Continue reading »

“Sic Transit Gloria Mundi”: Thus Passes The Glory Of The World


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Standing nearly 20-feet-high, 43 U.S. Presidential busts rest on April 9, 2019 in Croaker, Virginia (previously). From George Washington to George W. Bush., these remnants of bankrupted Presidents Park are stored on the property of Howard Hankins. Continue reading »

New York Over 35 Years Ago – 55 Color Snapshots Show The Most Populous City In The United States In 1980

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Let’s make a trip to New York City in 1980. Continue reading »

Drug Awareness: Rare And Haunting Photos Show Drug-Addled Men And Women Lying In The Opium Dens Of 19th Century America

Two women and a man smoking in an opium den in Chinatown, San Francisco, circa 1890.

Reclining on bunk beds while sucking on opium pipes, these haunting photos provide a rare glimpse into life in America’s 19th century opium dens that prompted the country’s first crackdown on drugs.

Established by the Chinese and arriving in the US via ships, the first opium dens sprung up in San Francisco’s Chinatown during the 1840s and 1850s, and were soon being used by people from all walks of society. Continue reading »

Wide Seats And Plenty Of Legroom: These Old Pan Am Photos Show How Much Airline Travel Has Changed

Pan American World Airways, commonly known as Pan Am, was the largest international air carrier based in the U.S. from 1927 until 1991. The airline has always had a place in popular culture as a kind of standard bearer for luxury and excellence. Continue reading »