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  • Comedian Brody Stevens Dead at 48

    Comedian Brody Stevens Dead at 48

    Friday, February 22 2019 6:41 PM EST2019-02-22 23:41:09 GMT
    By Inside Edition Staff, Inside Edition Comedian Brody Stevens has passed away, according to reports. He was 48. He was found dead at his Los Angeles, California, home on Friday afternoon. The cause of death is being investigated as a suicide, TMZ reported. Just a day before his death, he tweeted, "I'm ready to get back on the festival circuit." Stevens was a popular comic on the stand-up scene and was a regular at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. He also appeared on shows includ... 
    Comedian Brody Stevens has passed away, according to reports. He was 48. 
  • Designers Put On Fashion Show With All Dresses Made From Chocolate

    Designers Put On Fashion Show With All Dresses Made From Chocolate

    Friday, February 22 2019 6:20 PM EST2019-02-22 23:20:46 GMT
    By Inside Edition Staff, Inside EditionClick here to watch video. It was a sweet sight on the catwalk in Belgium, where all the designs were made from chocolate. Thirteen delectable designs that were made partially or entirely of chocolate were showcased on the runway in Brussels on Thursday.  One of the extravagant pieces to walk the runway, by designer Giovanni Biasiolo and chocolate maker Jean-Christophe Hubert, was made up of eight kilograms of chocolate. Hubert said they used ... 
    It was a sweet sight on the catwalk in Belgium, where all the designs were made from chocolate. 
  • World's Largest Bee Rediscovered in Indonesia After Species Was Thought to Be Extinct

    World's Largest Bee Rediscovered in Indonesia After Species Was Thought to Be Extinct

    Friday, February 22 2019 6:01 PM EST2019-02-22 23:01:10 GMT
    By Inside Edition Staff, Inside EditionClick here to watch video. The world's biggest bee is pretty darn hard to find. As long as a human thumb, the so-called Wallace's Giant Bee hasn't been seen in decades. Named after Alfred Russell Wallace, who discovered the behemoth species in Indonesia, the black creature was last seen in 1981. Last month, a group retraced Wallace's trek for the Global Wildlife Conservation, searching for the elusive bee that has a wing span of two and a half... 
    The world's biggest bee is pretty darn hard to find. 
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