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This Documentary Explores What It’s Like to Be Black in Tokyo

Directed by Nigerian-American artist Amarachi Nwosu, Black in Tokyo gives unique insights into the racial underbelly of Japan’s capital. Often known for its scenery, fashion, and interesting subcultures, Japan has steadily become an attractive spot for entrepreneurs, creatives and foodies. Show More Summary

This Sia Parody About Hosting In-Laws at Thanksgiving Is Too Spot-On

Hosting Thanksgiving is no easy feast (see what we did there?), and for many a host, putting on a smile and envisioning the moment everyone goes home and you can get into your sweats is how we get through the day. The Holderness family...Show More Summary

British Christmas Adverts That Always Make Me Cry, For Reasons Unbeknownst to Me

Look—I like the holidays in general, but I LOVE the holidays when they're tender and melancholy. The Family Stone? Give it to me. Leslie Odom Jr.'s Christmas album? Cue it the eff up. Those British advertisements for stores I've never heard of and will probably never step foot into? YES PLEASE. I don't know what it is, but these commercials just get to me. READ MORE »

"The stuff nightmares are made of:" thousands of bluebottles on Australian beach

A couple happened upon an astounding sight recently while strolling on the beach in Australia. At Barlings Beach in New South Wales, Brett Wallensky and partner Claudia came across thousands of bluebottles, or Portuguese man o'wars, washed up on land. Such a freaky sight could be more common as climate change impacts our world.[...]

3,000-year-old underwater castle discovered in Turkey's largest lake

Lake Van is largest lake in Turkey - but that isn't its only claim to fame. Van Yüzüncü Yil University archaeologists and a team of divers recently discovered an underwater fortress there. The ancient nation of Urartu could have built the castle roughly around 3,000 years ago during the Iron Age.[...]

Watch: How to Make the English Trifle-Shepherd’s Pie Disaster From ‘Friends’

Rachel Green's Frankenstein's monster of sweet and savory goodness “First, there’s a layer of ladyfingers, then a layer of jam, then custard — which I made from scratch — then raspberries, more ladyfingers, then beef sautéed with peas...Show More Summary

Greenbelt Historic District in Greenbelt, Maryland

Greenbelt, Maryland is a suburb of Washington, D.C. and one of three planned communities built by the federal government during the Great Depression. Once hailed as a utopian antidote to the frenzied overcrowding of 1930s-era American...Show More Summary

The Struggle to Revive the Lost Native Language of Thanksgiving

Just a few decades ago, there were no living speakers of Wampanoag, the native tongue of the Cape Cod–based Mashpee Wampanoag tribe. (Their ancestors famously shared a meal with the Pilgrims, 400 years ago.) Then, in 1993, Jessie Little Doe Baird, who was then in her 20s, had a series of dreams about her ancestors, she told Yankee magazine. Show More Summary

Watch: This Roast Pork Is One of Philly’s Best Sandwiches

‘Dining on a Dime’ heads to the iconic John’s Philadelphia is known as the hometown of Will Smith and Boyz II Men perhaps just as much as it’s known for having a long, rich tradition of down-to-earth, blue-collar comfort foods. The cheesesteak...Show More Summary

Automoblog In-Depth: Are The Holidays A Good Time To Buy A Car?

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Black Friday marks the start of the holiday shopping season as many stores, businesses, and other outlets advertise their best deals and biggest savings of the year. Many retailers and malls extend their hours and every year, it seems some of the more ambitious shoppers make the news by camping out (literally) at the front […]

Double Whammy Baby Names: Cyd & Charisse

As far as I can tell, the very first person to boost both their first name and their last name into the baby name data was dancer and movie star Cyd Charisse (b. 1922). Charisse debuted in 1946, and Cyd followed a year later: Year # Cyds # Charisses 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 […]

8 Movies to Stream on Thanksgiving

From ‘Soul Food’ to ‘Julie & Julia,’ these films have great and memorable food moments A truly great Thanksgiving movie needs to have a few key components. A big meal of some sort is essential, of course, but that feast can be anything — no turkey or cranberry sauce necessary. Show More Summary

This Dad Uses Face Swap to Perfectly Narrate His Kids Eating "Hot Garbage" Dinner

Although the "face swap" feature on Snapchat already seems ancient in internet years, one dad is still using the awkward feature to make hilarious videos with his two daughters - and you won't know whether to crack up or cringe. In Woodsie's...Show More Summary

This Anti-Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Will Have You Seeing Sexy in a Whole New Light

Post by Lauren Gordon. The state of 'being sexy' has been long confined to a small box when it comes to mass media portrayal. And the lingerie brand Victoria's Secret has always ensured their look, models, and products adequately fit that narrow definition. Show More Summary

ColourPop Is Launching a Rose Gold Collection With Laura Lee

A post shared by ColourPop Cosmetics (@colourpopcosmetics) on Nov 19, 2017 at 3:37pm PST Fans of Laura Lee cheered when the beauty vlogger announced she'd be launching her own makeup collection, Laura Lee Los Angeles, back in October. Show More Summary

Mario Batali Brings Back ‘Molto Mario’ For Six New Episodes

Batali is reviving the show that made him a household name One of the seminal shows of the early Food Network years, Molto Mario, is getting a reboot with six new episodes slated to debut next year. Mario Batali stopped filming the show that made him a star way back in 2004. Show More Summary

Some Very Specific Crushes I Have On Celebrities

A deceased person I would have liked to have a very tumultuous affair with and then, many decades later, reveal to my grandchildren that I was the inspiration behind some of their art.

Whale mother can't let go of dead calf likely poisoned by plastic

The impact of humanity's pollution on nature became all too real in a heartbreaking clip from Blue Planet II. A mother pilot whale grieved her dead baby, carrying it around with her. The calf may have died because of industrial chemicals - and our plastic littering the oceans. [...]

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