Former lorry driver and amateur conservationist Chris Martell began producing Stinking Bishop as a way to keep a dying breed of cow alive.
As French farmers compete with the cheap, food imports sold in many supermarkets, Paris shop Au Bout Du Champ is cutting out the middleman by selling local produce in coin-operated automat machines.
A serious, dedicated, slightly unexpected subculture has sprung up around consuming nicotine via a rechargeable piece of plastic.
Cider’s popularity has boomed in recent years, but for traditional brewers, that chemical-laden liquid you knock back in the beer garden is an insult to real craftsmanship.
A resurgence in the popularity of mead-drinking (thanks, Game of Thrones) has led to an increase in demand for honey, something that could help the plight of the UK honeybee.
Stuart Hill—a.k.a. Captain Calamity, a.k.a. ruler of the Sovereign State of Forvik—is fighting a legal battle that has its roots in the 15th century.
The event was held in a bar parking lot in England and attended by teams from all over the world.
Government cuts have forced councils in London to axe a ton of lollipop jobs, so we took a walk around and asked some of the hi-vis men and women what they think about it.
"Hurling the Silver Ball" is considered to be Cornwall's official sport and involves residents engaging in what's probably best described as a lawless game of street rugby.
This Sunday, Chile’s indigenous Mapuche people stormed into Santiago for a demonstration and all hell broke loose.