Beloved television personality and avid sweater wearer Mister Rogers was widely known for his genuinely sweet nature, and a small detail about his show that has just resurfaced - thanks to none other than Chrissy Teigen - has us shedding...Show More Summary
In the Thomas the Tank Engine junction, Duncan the train is not Mr. Popularity. "Pushy puffer," huffs one engine. "Bossy boots!" adds another. He is mean-spirited and lazy—with a steaming temper. But far from the Thomas universe, in Gwynedd, North Wales, lives a train called Douglas. Show More Summary
Ask people on the street what the cutest baby animal is and no doubt, at least a few of them will blurt out "Pandas!" with gusto. Have a soft spot for these black-and-white cuddly balls of adorableness? Then you're in luck, because Warner Bros. Show More Summary
As of Feb. 20, Rihanna is the poster child for being 30, flirty, and fabulous. To celebrate the dawn of her third decade on this Earth (we mortals truly aren't worthy of her presence), Fenty Beauty released a limited edition version of its popular Trophy Wife Highlighter. Show More Summary
I'm pretty sure everyone I know planning a wedding right now is looking for the wedding photographer unicorn: photographers who are charging $2,500 (but whose work looks like it cost double that) and who you actually want to be around. Show More Summary
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/10306727[/vimeo] Watch Paul Giamatti’s eyes while Virginia Madsen is speaking. Great acting in the best wine scene ever in film. You might need to click back for the video… Happy New Year! The post “Why Are You So Into Pinot?” appeared first on Winecast.
This is the last chance to get your ticket for an all-new adventure. Tickets are on sale now --> Join Us in Portland for WDS 2018! Each year, 1,000+ people from 30+ different countries journey to beautiful Portland, Oregon for a summer gathering known as the World Domination Summit (WDS).
Do you struggle with overcoming bad habits? Do you find it difficult to stick with an exercise routine and constantly... The post How to Hack Your Brain and Reprogram Your Habits (Like a Computer) appeared first on Lifehack. Similar to programming computer code, it is possible to reprogram deeply ingrained habits. Computer coding is a perfect metaphor for the habit loop.
Modular building company Ryterna modul recently announced the winners of their Architectural Challenge 2018 competition. Participants were tasked with designing a cozy, functional, modular 269-square-foot tiny house with a living area, sleeping area, kitchen, and bathroom. Show More Summary
Nova Scotia Power has established a pilot project that utilizes Tesla's Powerpack 2 home batteries and their utility-grade Powerpack batteries to form an improved energy storage system for local wind power. Based in Elmsdale, the Intelligent...Show More Summary
The New Orleans icon Arthur James Robinson, known better as "Mr. Okra," passed away last Thursday at the age of 75. Driving slowly through New Orleans' neighborhoods, Robinson sold vegetables the way other vendors dole out ice cream....Show More Summary
Cooking in America samples native tacos and fry bread burger at Off the Rez “Food is the most raw when it’s born out of necessity,” says host Sheldon Simeon in this episode of Cooking in America, as he visits Off the Rez — a Seattle food truck specializing in Native American cuisine. Show More Summary
Tomi received a powerful response from someone who had this issue close to their heart, because she was one of the students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during the shooting.
Three recommendations for TV shows to watch this weekend, plus a roundup of the week’s entertainment news This post originally appeared on February 16, 2018, in “Eat, Drink, Watch” — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Show More Summary
The hit Marvel movie turns a Hollywood cliché on its head There’s some beautiful world building in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther in how director Ryan Coogler and his team crafted Wakanda, a fictional Central African country where the film’s hero rules. Show More Summary
At a New Year’s Eve Party in 1969, the Australian journalist Richard Neville turned to his OZ magazine co-editor Jim Anderson and worried aloud that he was becoming old and boring. It must have seemed utterly inconsequential at the time. Less...Show More Summary
Plus the ‘New York Times’ has Salt Bae’s Sunday routine, and more food news to know Cheesecake Factory, the restaurant chain beloved by rapper and actor Drake, is one of the best companies to work for in America. The Factory lands at No. Show More Summary
How to train your dog to ACTUALLY listen to you! This video is sponsored by BarkBox! Get a free BarkBox when you sign up for a 6 or 12 month subscription at http://www.BarkBox.com/DogTraining Teaching your dog … Read More
Although I’ve always been a loner, it’s intensified over the past year. I definitely knew I was going through “The Hermit Phase” after spending the holidays by myself this past season.
K-Town heads to Dancen for some killer bar food My wife Rochelle went to graduate school in Chicago, so I’d often visit the Windy City while we were dating. Our go-to late night hangout was a small Korean bar called Dancen, legendary...Show More Summary