Hot Topics: Expensive pet wedding

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The late cosmetics giant, Mary Kay, would have loved it. And Bruce Springsteen could probably write a song about it. "It" is the largest pink diamond ever found in Australia. The "argyle pink jubilee" weighs more than 8 carats and is about the size of a fingernail. That would be an average fingernail, not one of Pamela Anderson Lee's fingernails. The mining company which discovered it last August donated it to the Melbourne Museum.

A big celebration today in Hudson. Geraldine Robinson, a retired school teacher from Cuyahoga Falls, turned 104. Residents and staff from Laurel Lakes Retirement Community helped her celebrate with cake and presents. She was even given a proclamation from the cities of Hudson and Cuyahoga Falls, and treated to a show by the dance troop "Little Leapers". Mrs. Robinson taught in Barberton and in Cuyahoga Falls for 50 years.

$250,000 dollars? That's what this canine wedding in the big apple was valued at, making it probably the most expensive pet wedding in history. The bride wore a couture dress by designers Henry and Michele Roth. Guests were treated to music from a seven piece orchestra and flea dip. Just kidding about the flea dip. In all seriousness, the doggy "I Do's" benefited the Humane Society of New York.


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