Following is a summary of current odd news briefs. Lego collector recreatesstreet scenes in miniature
In a room crammed from ceiling to floor with boxes, cabinets and drawers of Lego bricks, Hoang Dang intently builds a bright blue, yellow and red fishing boat with aflag and eyes at its prow. The industrial designer has loved Lego for as long as he can remember, but started collecting it seriously a few years ago on an overseas study trip to , amazed by the range of sets available in the United States. Got a shot? Get a doughnut! Krispy Kreme gives away treat to vaccinated
Known for their perfectly glazed sugary treats, people now have another reason to appreciate doughnut chain Krispy Kreme. Starting Monday, anyone who shows a valid COVID-19 vaccination card at a Krispy Kreme store in thewill receive a free glazed doughnut. NFT digital artwork by humanoid robot up for auction
Robot artist, whose first artwork goes up for auction on Wednesday, says she draws inspiration for her work from people and is open to future creative partnerships with humans. A digital artwork by the Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics humanoid, in the form of a Non-Fungible Token (NFT), is to be auctioned in the first sale of such pieces created jointly with artificial intelligence (AI). stray dogs get own starring roles in new film
Zeytin likes to walk through the streets ofat night, easily befriends strangers, while Kartal lives on a construction site in the bustling city. The trio are the focus of new documentary “Stray” which depicts daily life in through the eyes of three dogs that roam its streets, searching for food, wandering along the and stumbling upon a women’s rights march. Surfing pet goat coolly rides the waves at beach
As cheering children and men frantically paddle their inflatable surfboard through the frothywaves onto the beach, one passenger placidly sits in the bow taking it all in – a large, white goat. surfer McGregor has always loved the thrill of catching a wave, but it wasn’t until he took his pet goat surfing with him one day that he truly found his calling. ‘A loud month, for sure’: awaits huge, 17-year cicada hatch
For millions of, this May will be an extra noisy month. A once-every-17 year hatch of periodic cicadas is set to occur across parts of the eastern – and it is expected to be big. The hatch of the cicadas, called Brood X, will take place once the warming spring soil reaches a certain temperature. Billions of cicada nymphs, which have been living off tree roots for 17 years, will crawl out of the ground, shed their skin, and start feeding and looking for mates.
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