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  • Old spring
    Come to the Newark Museum to explore Ancient Egyptian civilization
    Most people are fascinated with Ancient Egypt. Today many tourists travel to Egypt to see the Giza pyramid and the Great Sphinx, two treasures of the ancient world. When Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun in...
  • An actual Indian restaurant where people can eat next to dead people
    An Indian restaurant where living people can eat next to a dead person
    The New Lucky Restaurant in Ahmadabad gives new meaning to an old saying about business being dead. Restaurant owner Krishnan Kutti says he has experienced success in the restaurant business since opening his eatery around an old Muslim cemetery...
  • Funeral homes begin selling urns and coffins in the mall
    Funeral homes open to marketing urns and coffins inside shopping malls
    The mall is a place where shoppers can get a cellphone, ice cream, pizza, eyeglasses, and video games. CBS News reports that a company called Til We Meet Again has quietly decided to join other mall vendors in offering a distinctive product you...
  • Coffin Cooler
    D.I.Y Friday: Make your own coffin cooler for Halloween
    Halloween is three weeks away and at this point you're probably making your final lists of things that you need to get for your Halloween bash. Granted you could go to stores like Target or Party City and if you're town has a seasonal pop...
  • Plus-size coffins growing in popularity
    Plus-size coffins growing in popularity
    It's the week before Thanksgiving and everyone in the United States of America is thinking about food.Supermarket aisles bulge with seasonal goodies. Everything from turkeys and cranberries to pumpkin pies and dinner rolls are being hauled...
  • A tisket, a tasket, a green and yellow casket
    A tisket, a tasket, a green and yellow casket
    With ever-changing times comes ever-evolving choices concerning the disposition of human remains.Since nothing's sure but death and taxes, unless you opt for cremation after death, you’re eventually going to need a coffin.And oh the...