Star Trek superfan Line Rainville has taken her love for the original, 1960s science fiction series to a whole other level. The 51-year-old Canadian spent $30,000 to transform multiple rooms in her house to replicate the Starship Enterprise as a tribute to her favorite TV show from her childhood.
Gentlemen, I would like to introduce to you The Multnomah Whiskey Librar. A turn of the century (the 20th century, that is) library-meets-British gentleman’s club space is set in 2200 square feet with 25-foot high ceilings, brick walls, aged wood, and two skylights ornamented with stained glass. Seventeen bookshelves will hold 1500 bottles dedicated to different spirits, with an emphasis on “whiskeys of the world.” Each 12-foot-tall shelf will be organized categorically by region, ingredient, and distilleries’ production practices. In short, this is a whiskey lover’s paradise.
If you’re a Resident Evil fan, this looks amazing. Hell, even if you’re not a fan, how could you not enjoy pumping zombies and various monsters full of (virtual) lead with your model gun? The attraction covers a handful of locales that will be familiar to fans of the video games, including the iconic Raccoon City Police Department and Umbrella Research Center.
When a Boston couple got stood up by their wedding photographer over 60 years ago, they may have thought they’d never get the wedding photos they deserved. But that all changed when a family member, who also happens to be an events planner, recently arranged for them to have a unique wedding shoot to celebrate their 61st anniversary.
Didn’t think you’d ever end up window shopping for beef tenderloin? Think again. Victor Churchill butcher shop in Sydney is one of the most astounding meat markets in the world. More of a meat boutique, this place is an example of; if something is worth doing… it’s worth doing better than anyone has ever done it. A butcher shop, Churchill’s Butchery has operated in the space since 1876. The place is a meat lovers paradise, offering guided tours, meat preparation classes and, of course, first class meat.