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Two decades after the Japanese trading card game became the biggest thing in schoolyards around the world, Pokemon cards are fetching six figures at auction in a boom that appears to have been fueled by coronavirus pandemic lockdowns.
Will you fare better with cards or e-wallets when you’re travelling?
Daniel Roy's magic is all about science – sleight of hand and sleight of mind. Not only can the hand be quicker than the eye, but psychology can be used to trick the mind about what it sees and what it does not.
Fancy an 'isodate' this Valentine’s Day? Or how about 'a socially distanced sanitised face covered kiss'?
Many pests have taken up home in empty museum galleries during the pandemic
The world's first printed Christmas card has gone on show at the Charles Dickens Museum in London, just over a month before the Royal Mail deadline for posting Christmas cards in Britain.
Known for her cute drawings, this artist isn’t holding back, especially on social justice issues.
What used to be one of their grandparents' pastimes is now being used to take the pressure off these top students.Bridge-playing honours students find fun is in the cards.
A 32-year-old fan of the comic strip “Peanuts” has been sending Snoopy-themed cards and letters across the country to ease the solitude of older adults in isolation due to the coronavirus.
US photographer donates photos and cards to schools and hospitals as a way of giving back during the pandemic