- Man Spends 1,000 Hours and $200,000 Turning a Cave into His Dream Home
- This ‘Hole in the Wall’ Is Actually a Secret Restaurant Serving Home-Cooked Caribbean Food
- World’s Most Prolific Patent Holder Wants to Beat His Own Cancer by Inventing a Cure
Posted: 13 Jan 2016 04:36 AM PST
In search of a simpler life, a corporate honcho from Australia decided to give up his career and become a caveman. But not before spending an eye-watering £160,000 ($230,848) to renovate a 250-million-year-old cave in England to suit his tastes!
Posted: 13 Jan 2016 02:36 AM PST
Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood is home to a mysterious restaurant that serves delicious home-cooked Caribbean Food through a hole in the wall. That’s actually what the owner, a man named Papa who moved to Brooklyn from Jamaica eight years ago, and his patrons call the unique eatery.
Posted: 13 Jan 2016 01:15 AM PST
Meet Yoshinari Nakamatsu, aka Dr. NakaMats, a prolific inventor and Japan's very own 'Patent King'. With over 3,500 patents to his name, the 87-year-old had no plans to retire – his dream was to live to the ripe old age of 144 and eventually produce at least 6,000 patents. Sadly, there's a serious obstacle to that goal now – he's been diagnosed with terminal cancer and isn't expected to be around much longer.
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