Freshly pressed stormtrooper outfits, just like the ones worn in the original 1977 Star Wars film, are still legally for sale in Great Britain after the country's Supreme Court ruled that the south London industrial designer who originally made them could keep on making them.
Many people pay to own a piece of history. Chunks of the Berlin Wall, for example, were sold in department stores. Soon you could buy a piece of non-history. In 2009, a couple claimed that a six-year-old boy had gone up with a weather balloon, prompting frantic rescue efforts. Turns out there was no boy onboard. It was a hoax. But a Colorado man paid $2,500 dollars for that balloon at auction. In a few months, he'll chop it up and sell off the pieces.
For many couples, having a baby is a spiritual experience. For Jews, there's another, religious, element that is intrinsic to the Jewish identity. Nearly all Jewish parents have their baby boys circumcised, as commanded by God in the Bible. And yet, for some Jewish couples, whether to circumcise or not is becoming an agonizing decision.
Great Music, Celebrations and Steam for this weekend's delights.
The Daddy of ‘Em All – Cheyenne Frontier Days opens today and runs till the end of the month with the world class rodeo, Old West museum, art show, concerts, carnival midway, Wild Horse Gulch with Western merchants, craftspeople, artisans, and even some special guest characters, and the Indian Village, sharing Cheyenne’s Native American history-
Trinity Demask has a 7:00 show tonight at Cannon Mine Coffee in Old Town Lafayette
Great theatre, Music, Art, Dance and Festivals in Colorado
The Ft. Collins Jazz Experience brings Music, history, and more for you to enjoy all weekend long In Old Town Square and Oak Street Plaza. Tonight, there is a special jazz art walk, and late night jams sessions await Tomorrow’s Downtown Sessions feature two stages of free continuous jazz jams from local and regional groups showcase Colorado's rich jazz talents,