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The Star-Spangled Banner Made the National Anthem on March 3, 1931

Best & worst national anthem singers, Since 1931, The Star-Spangled Banner made the national anthem on March 3, 1931, a galaxy of stars have put their own spin on our nation’s song star spangled..
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PRWeb
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The Lords Witnesses Symbolic Decoding of the Bible Reveals 2 Nuclear Terrorist Attacks on the same day between July 24th and August 7th, 2014, on Manhattan and on London

The Lords Witnesses seek to prove that the bible is written in a symbolic and numeric and cryptic code by predicting the future correctly from that code. They now feel that they are really close to..

MailOnline
39 minutes ago
amy willerton flashes cleavage during dinner date with mystery man

Amy Willerton flashes cleavage during dinner date with mystery man

Amy Willerton looked stunning in white as she stepped out for dinner at London's 34 restaurant on Tuesday evening, after arriving home from Ibiza.

USATODAY.com
1 hour ago

Ryan gosling wax figure makes debut at Madame Tussauds

Actor Ryan Gosling is the latest celebrity to be immortalised as a waxwork figure in London's Madame Tussauds. Video provided by AFP              

Mashable
1 hour ago

The Methane-Sniffing Super Computer That's Looking for Aliens

Biologically speaking, methane's kind of a big deal. When it comes to finding life on other planets, it's an even bigger deal Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed an absorption..

City A.M.
1 hour ago

Feeling like a million bucks

Only Tokyo and New York have more millionaires than London ...and that doesn’t include their homes MORE THAN a quarter of a million Londoners are dollar millionaires, even when you exclude the..

City A.M.
1 hour ago

Scotland puts on a show ahead of vote

SCOTLAND put on a high-energy Commonwealth Games opening ceremony featuring a bevy of celebrities, including Billy Connolly and Rod Stewart, before the Queen and a TV audience of hundreds of..

The Age
1 hour ago

'Grotesquely violent' Titus Andronicus causes 100 people to faint or leave

A particularly gory London production of William Shakespeare's most violent play, Titus Andronicus, has proved too much for 100 theatregoers, who either left or fainted.

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