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Man in London recieves $5,500 parking ticket

London - A city worker was charged £3,700 ($5,500) by National Car Parks, the largest parking provider in the UK, for parking in central London for six hours.

Op-Ed: Novel spurs author on an unexpected 'Liberation Tour' Special

Redwood City - When food and travel writer Carole Bumpus met a French woman to talk about recipes she did not anticipate that their meeting would take her upon an unexpected journey to the past — and subsequently open another door.

Barber gives 9-year-old free haircuts for life for good grades

Gastonia - A barber in North Carolina decided that he would give a nine-year-old free haircuts for life because he got good grades in school.

Black Friday: Cards Against Humanity asks customers to give it $5

Cards Against Humanity, the self-proclaimed "party game for horrible people," has an unusual Black Friday deal: It's asking people to give it $5 to receive absolutely nothing in return.

Beauty contestant barred over 'Taiwan' sash: Government

Taipei - A beauty contestant from Taiwan has been suspended from an international pageant after Beijing objected to the sash she was wearing, the woman and the government in Taipei said.

Teacher compliments each student every single day

Jacksonville - A special education teacher in Florida starts off each day by taking the time to compliment every single one of his students.

6 holiday shopping trends to watch for this year

The holiday shopping season has arrived and as shoppers stroll the stores aisles and peruse the e-commerce space they will notice some new and not-so-surprising trends marketers have implemented.

The budding business of bud in Colorado

Denver - While states battle governing bodies to allow the marijuana craze to pass, Colorado is enjoying immeasurable financial success while realizing a much easier to stomach crime rate.

East meets West and toilet seats end up taking a beating

Asian visitors coming to Jackson Hole, Wyoming to visit Grand Teton National Park this year, ran into a number of small problems as a result of cross-cultural misunderstandings. One of the problems involved toilet seats.

Asian appetite for luxury boosts global art and jewel auctions

Ginebra - They are not in the room rubbing shoulders with traditional wealthy buyers, instead choosing to remain in the shadows, making their multi-million bids by telephone.

Give your loved ones and yourself a holiday gift with Reveli Commissioned

It’s that time of year again. Holiday shopping season is upon us, and once again, millions of Americans will reach into their wallets for their credit cards.

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