Visitors and locals in Paris have been zip-lining from the second floor of the iconic Eiffel Tower this week, reaching speeds up to 55 mph. The zipline was put up to allow tennis fans to mimic the speeds of balls struck at the French Open, which concludes on Sunday.
Would you zipline off the Eiffel Tower?
Watch Kenyan acrobats form human pyramids at the Lynden Fair
Their family has been showing horses at the fair for 49 years
Take a wild ride in the Demolition Derby at the fair in Lynden
Watch what happens when five guys jump a Honda at the Demolition Derby
Olympia's Nat Jackson is the Jump Rope King
Spokane student choir delights Guggenheim guests with impromptu flash mob
Senior dance troupe displays hilarious booty-shaking moves for W.N.B.A.
Chris Cornell's final performance of Black Hole Sun before his death
Harry Styles mentions Pasco arrest in late night show opening monologue
'Star Wars' fanatics take part in world's largest lightsaber battle
Zuzu African Acrobats thrill the crowd at the Festival Stage at the Northwest Washington Fair Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017. The Kenyan acrobats, dance, flip and form human pyramids three times a day at the fair.
Michael Vree of Lynden and four of his friends decided it would be fun go airborne in a 1990 Honda Accord during the "Jump Your Junk" event at the Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden, Washington on Monday, August 14, 2017.
A choir group from Spokane's Whitworth University surprised guests at the Guggenheim art museum in Bilbao, Spain over Memorial Day Weekend with a surprise flash-mob style performance of "Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal." Video of the performance sparked quite a bit of attention on Facebook.
Instagram user Megan Rebecca shared clips and images of Chris Cornell's final performance with Soundgarden at Detroit’s Fox Theater on May 17. This clip shows his performance of the band’s hit "Black Hole Sun."
Star Wars fanatics gathered May 6, 2017 at Berkley Riverfront Park in Kansas City during an attempt to set a Guinness World Record for “Biggest Lightsaber Battle.” Proceeds for the event will support the Children’s Mercy Cystic Fibrosis Endocrine Clinic for clinical care, education and clinical research, one of the foremost cystic fibrosis clinics for treatment in the country.
Walt Hekala, president of Bellingham Metal Arts Guild, and Glenn Ishihara, past president of Mount Baker Gem and Rock Club, talk about their work and the new charity project on Thursday, March 30, at Bellingham Metal Arts Guild in Bellingham.