A woman says “I Do” in a non traditional ceremony. In an effort to save a tree in her neighborhood, she decided to marry a 100 year old ficus tree. The tree was at risk of getting removed after an inquiry from a possible land buyer nearby. When neighbors found out, they took action. The woman planned and celebrated nuptials with the giant ficus tree. She described the wedding as a beautiful ceremony on a perfect day with dozens of her closest neighbors.
A best-selling bobble head belongs to an unlikely baller in this year’s Final Four, Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt. Loyola may be the “Cinderella” team at this year’s tournament, but it seems Sister Jean has already claimed the MVP prize, claiming the top spot in the history of bobble head sales. According to the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum with more than 5,000 sold in about 48 hours.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Sister Jean bobble head will benefit the Loyola Athletic Fund and the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
An Uber driver made a wrong turn and got stuck on a staircase. Police are calling it a “freak accident”
A tow truck tried to pull the vehicle off the staircase, but the cable broke causing the car to slide down.
It crashed into a trash can and came to a final stop when it hit a fire hydrant. There were several passengers inside, but no injuries were reported. The driver was on the Uber app at the time of the incident, and local news is reporting the driver was instructed by the Uber map to go down the stairs.
Doing your business will now be *considered* business at some establishments. Many restaurants, bars and nightclubs are now using third-party apps and services to rent out their dining rooms, coat-check areas and even their bathrooms to make extra cash. A new app promises to direct tourists in need of a bathroom break. The app generates a digital “bathroom pass” charging from 99 cents to use a restroom in a pizzeria to $5 for a swankier bathroom experience.