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Disney Parks Bans Vaping, Smoking and More!

The policy updates announced this week by Disney Parks will take effect on the 1st of May. Large strollers which in the past have been permitted are no longer allowed into Disney World and Disneyland theme parks. This means that popular wagons like Keenz stroller wagons and even themed Cinderella Carriage wagons are soon to be banned from...

Cherry Blossom Season in Washington D.C. is Almost Upon Us

National Park Service superintendent Jeffrey Reinbold said that the famous cherry blossoms are due to bloom between the 3rd and 6th of April. In the past, peak season has fallen between the 3rd and 4th of April, which means that the blossoms are due right on time this year. The National Park Service announced that they'd noticed buds...

Boeing Reveals Hypersonic Jet That Can Fly From Japan To USA in 3 Hours

If slow air travel is one thing keeping you from traveling abroad, you may be happy to find out that those 10 hour flights may be cut in half. The hypersonic plane could fly from Los Angeles to Tokyo in just three hours or cut the time of a flight between New York...

Southwest Airlines Now Flying to Hawaiian Islands

One of America's favorite airlines, Southwest Airlines, has announced they are now flying to the Hawaiian Island chain! The first route launching today, is from Oakland, California to Honolulu, Hawaii. This is just the beginning of what is expected to be a successful launch, expected to give Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines a run...

This Spring, Teachers Have a Chance to Win a Free Cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line

There’s a Norwegian Cruise Line that’s giving back to teachers but giving away free cruises. Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up in May, and the cruise line is asking for nominations of teachers who have ‘spread the joy of learning’ through their teaching. Until April 12, 2019, if you're based in Canada or the...

Science Says Being Late Helps You Live Longer

We all have that one friend who is always running late, and it drives us crazy. While it's both frustrating for the person who's waiting and the person who's running late, it turns out that there actually may be an upside to it. A recent study looked at the traits that tend to make people late and...

The Mayan Cave that Holds 1000 Years of Secrets

It's a dream come true for archaeologists everywhere – a cave bursting with artefacts was found under the ancient Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza. Balamku is the name of the group of caves where more than 150 ancient relics were found, that have been in hiding for over 1000 years. The objects include bowls, plates...

Special Needs Flight Attendant Welcome By American Airlines

American Airlines has made a dream come true for a young lady with special needs from South Carolina. 17-year-old Shantell “Princess” Pose became American Airlines’ first flight attendant with special needs and a terminal illness. The young lady has Down Syndrome and is fighting a series of airway defects,...

The Secret to a Long Life: Europe’s Oldest Person Reached 116 by Eating Chocolate Every Day

Europe’s oldest living person has passed away, aged 116. Giuseppina Projetto, born in Italy in 1902, lived there until her death. At the time of her passing, she was the second oldest person in the world. Affectionally referred to as the ‘nonna’ of Italy, Projetto considered her positive attitude and a daily...

The Rare “Ice Tsunami” That Just Hit Lake Erie

While Spring is only a few weeks away, you wouldn’t know it if you lived along Lake Erie. This is because they experienced something so rare that it’s hard to believe it’s real – an ice tsunami. High winds along Lake Erie on Sunday and Monday caused a wall of ice to be pushed inland. This massive amount of ice...

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