We spend our days browsing the Web for the most interesting, often weirdest links out there so you don’t have to. Now read this:
– A Knights of Columbus group near Pittsburgh has been trying to determine whether a valuable ring found in a loose change canister was donated purposely — or lost by mistake.
— Equality California (@eqca) May 19, 2014
– Equality California had the best possible reaction to news of Oregon’s same-sex marriage ban being overturned Monday.
– A tiny western Pennsylvania church says its 500-pound brass bell is missing, and police suspect someone has stolen it for scrap — the same thing that happened to the same bell two years ago.
– A judge halted a murder trial in Genoa, Italy, when she saw two people having sex in an adjoined room.
– No, not all off Buzzfeed’s posts are about cats. Just 22,500 of them have been since the site was launched in 2006.
– Just four months ago, you only had to make $63,000 annually to afford a median-priced home in the D.C. metro area. Now, it’s up to $78,000.
– “The Maya Rudolph Show,” which debuted Monday night, seemed a little beneath its beloved star. But it was a step in the right direction to see a beloved female comedian on a variety-hour format program between primetime and late-night, a role usually only filled by men.