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ORANGE BEACH, Alabama - The second annual Lower Alabama Gumbo Festival has been rescheduled and scaled down to a one-day event to be held 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Oct. 4 at The Wharf in Orange Beach, Ala.
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It was all hands on deck today when 207 Bay of Plenty Polytechnic staff and students joined forces to break a Guinness World Record - for the 'most people dipping egg soldiers simultaneously'.
Cam Zink is known for going big, but no one, Zink included, has ever tried to go this huge.
A New Zealand man with numerous tattoos of one of the most beloved patriarchs in television history is now the proud owner of his very own Guinness World Record.
David "The Bullet" Smith Jr., 37, holds the Guinness World Record for the "greatest height achieved" after being launched from a cannon at 85 feet 4 inches.
Tennant: 1920s-30s drought damages land, man and beast Columnist: Dry conditions in 1920s and '30s dried up local lush qualities.
A new world record Walking Mongolia solo and unsupported, has been set by young explorer Ash Dykes, a 23 year from North Wales.
Nick Piantanida still holds the record for the highest balloon flight, in 1966. His primitive gondola is in the National Air and Space Museum.
Playwright and composer Eric Schorr, left, and Virginia Stage Company's artistic director, Christopher Hanna, are posed in the Wells Theatre in Norfolk on Friday morning.
Lee Weir's 41 tattoos earned him the prestigious title of world record holder for having the most tattoos of the same cartoon character tattooed on the body A Simpsons fanatic who was banned from watching the popular TV cartoon as a child has broken a world record after getting covered in tattoos of Homer Simpson.
Steve Schmidt uses his teeth to pull a nail out of a board after beating a Guinness World Record during the powerlifting event at the Show-Me State Games at Lange Middle School on Saturday.
HOMETOWN INITIATIVE. WAS A GUINNESS BOOK WORLD RECORD SET TODAY AT HISTORIC LOCUST GROVE? ORGANIZERS WERE GOING FOR THE MOST PEOPLE EVER TO SHOW UP IN REGENCY ATTIRE AT THIS WEEKEND'S JANE AUSTEN FESTIVAL.
Gathered together in a bid to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the most Sherlocks in one place Benedict Cumberbatch should be feeling very loved today.
For the next few weeks, Flint's Barnes & Noble store will celebrate books, comics, superheroes and film with a collection of events, activities and sales at the store.
More than 2,300 people will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest ensemble of ukulele players later.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 06:18 am
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