A photographer shoots his final 36 frames of defunct film at the Missouri State Fair, and then drives hundreds of miles to see what develops. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
The actor best known as George Costanza's father makes a surprise stop at his 'sitcom home' in Queens ... and meets the couple living there. (NY Daily News)
Now that most of the advertising art on buildings is made of cheaper, easier to install vinyl sheets, wall-painting artists have become a rare breed.
Hopefuls audition at an open casting call for a coveted position that requires you to drum, wear paint, act with your eyes, and not speak a word. (Las Vegas Sun)
Disguised as a frumpy businesswoman, the pop star triumphantly performs some of her classic songs to an unsuspecting but completely dumbfounded audience.(Funny or Die)
After the housing market crashed, Robert Rudolph, 53, left his formerly prosperous career as a mortgage broker to pursue his first love: choir music. (AARP)
Recent Maryland high school grad Joey Baker has one of the most promising baritone singing voices in the country. (WP)
Top musicians from around the world descend on Rochester, NY for its annual 9-day music festival. A series of multimedia portraits. (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)