Salvador Dalí, one of the most famous surrealist is probably best remembered for his flamboyant personality, “Lobster Telephone”, melting clocks and his always pointing towards the sky mustache. But only a handful of the artist's biggest fans are familiar with the virtuoso's fascination with the occult. One of the most prominent examples of his knack for the supernatural is the deck of Tarot cards he was commissioned to create for James Bond film Live and Let Die.
If someone would ask you to name a few of the best things from your college days, most of you would definitely mention at least one amazing professor. Even though we often think of educators as people with dull and strict personalities who just can't miss an opportunity to discipline us, this trope is not prevalent in real life. There are many teachers and professors, who are remembered by their students as funny, kind and just simply adorable.
The British actors, who played Neville Longbottom and Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter franchise, have remained buddies since filming. While the Gryffindor and Slytherin students hated each other on-screen, Lewis, 30, and Felton, 32, have had several reunions over the years. One time, Felton even tried to "convert" Lewis from Gryffindor to Slytherin, documenting the moment on Instagram. Now, it's Lewis who is taking a stab at his co-star.
One way to make people think about the impact they’re having on the environment is to show them Greta Thunberg’s disapproving stare. That’s what some Israeli office workers think will help save Planet Earth.
“There's no tougher job than being a mom,” goes the old saying. A survey by Pew appears to confirm this, with parents finding that caring for their children is much more exhausting than the work they do for pay.
If you were born in the Eastern block of Europe, you sure as hell saw a lot of Soviet monuments around. Soldiers, proudly leaning in forward in anticipation for a head-on fight with their guns in hands, fellow comrades standing in all their imposing and muscular glory, huge heads of Lenin..
Since early October the staff of the Australian War Memorial located in Canberra has noticed a strange incident. For a while, the poppies from an unknown soldier's grave have been disappearing one by one. It took them some time to figure out the culprit which turned out to be a pigeon.