Or this boulder stairway. The 20-foot-tall floating stairway was called “Stone 27” and people were encouraged to climb it. It was created by artist Benjamin Langholz.
23. Limited laugh tracks The series aired on the CBS network, the only network that wanted the laugh track that you probably loved. It was later decided that they would remove the laugh track during scenes in the operating room because the executive producer, Gene Reynolds, persisted.
Struggle with flights? Skip the soda Adobe Stock It’s so tempting to say yes when the flight attendant offers you a tiny can of soda, but if you struggle a lot with flying, consider saying no instead. Why? Drinking a bubbly, carbonated beverage can make you swallow a lot of …
28. What great timing Twitter / @jleno817via Far and Wide How’d he break two arms right before a trip, you ask? Rumor has it he actually fist-pumped way too hard when he booked his first adult vacation.
The Low Country Eclectic Tours of Charleston It’s especially prevalent around the Georgia and South Carolina low country. Charleston is a great example, where the color, often referred to as “haint blue” is even pointed out by local tour guides. The name should clue you in on one of its …
Brain Capacity Although Neanderthals had larger craniums than Homo sapiens, there’s a common misconception that their brains were actually smaller. That’s not the case—they were indeed larger—but there is still little known about the way that they developed or their level of intellect.
Victoria’s Secret In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, Victoria’s Secret is “permanently closing a quarter of its stores in the United States and Canada over the next few months,” according to CNN’s Jordan Valinksy. The lack of foot traffic in malls has seriously hurt this once-booming business.