In Guadalupe, Mexico, a chalk drawing of the Virgin Mary made in a parking lot in 2007 has, er, miraculously reappeared. The artist, who wants to remain anonymous, reportedly confirmed that the drawing is the one she made more than a decade ago. The city's Director of Culture Felix Palomo tweeted in Spanish, "Believe it or not the question is how this image reappears after 13 years of its creation."
Good news for MAGA folk! The ex-president will be back before 2021! At least that's what one fellow Trump fan insists. The news bulletin (video below) was announced when prankster Jason Selvig (of the Good Liars duo) asked a couple of gentlemen why they were in Arizona to see Trump speak. The first gent was… READ THE REST
Hobbs, N.M. is an oil town out in No Country For Old Men country, and I lived there for 7 years after moving to the United States. It's rarely in the papers, but thanks to a weeping Mary statue at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, it's become international news. Church bosses have assured they… READ THE REST
The world's first psychedelic computer enters the universal library. And it all runs in the browser, meaning you'll never have to hunt for Workbench disk images again. READ THE REST
Whatever age we may be, we can always stand to learn something new, even if we're years removed from school. If you're looking to pick up some new skills, consider these 21 courses, which range from coding and IT to essential life skills. Plus, each of these courses goes for $10 a piece. That's a… READ THE REST
Every modern-day gamer knows that the only way to properly get the most out of their console is to have access to its premium online subscription service. With these services, you can reap the benefits of things like online multiplayer, special discounts and DLC, exclusive game collections, and so much more. And if you happen… READ THE REST
From tasks as simple as checking the weather to scrolling through Facebook with your morning coffee, iPads have become an integral part of our day-to-day. While you can do a lot of your phones these days, there's just something to be said about having a larger, portable screen in your hands, making you more mobile… READ THE REST