During the first week of January, I escaped my hometown of Kansas City, Missouri, and went to Playa del Carmen, Mexico, with my boyfriend. Turns out our timing was perfect: While we were gone, temperatures dipped below zero at home, and the ground remained covered with a miserable layer of ice. Show More Summary
Hi friends! Happy 2015! I almost forgot to share this quick video I made with my bff Gaby! I’ve been dabbling with video lately, there are a few things I’m excited to share when I can, but in the meantime this should be a tasty kick off for Superbowl, yes? As always, you can find […]
When you love someone, you want to be as connected to them as possible, espeacially in times when you are set miles apart... The post 15 Cool And Practical Apps For Couples appeared first on Lifehack.
File under: I had no idea this was a thing. This mini-doc on the world of “underground bike messenger racing” might seem a little slow in the beginning, but if you stick with it you’ll be like, “Holy @!%! I can’t believe they did that!” Even if you don’t like the concept, think about…
Chances are you’ve heard of and even owned some of the incredibly popular children’s toy LEGO in your lifetime! LEGO... The post 24 Incredibly Creative And Practical Uses for LEGO appeared first on Lifehack.
I won’t pretend there’s no stigma around DIY wedding invitations (when I find the person who originally said, “The invitation sets the tone of the wedding,” I will angrily wag my finger at them). Have you noticed that your mom keepsShow More Summary
Did you see Justin and Libby’s beautiful farm wedding yesterday? Their photography by Photography by Betty Elaine showed a classic, elegant wedding that was laced with fun, creative touches. And we enjoyed gushing over it so much, that we’ve come back for seconds, with their sweet film by Created Space Studios. Their day was an intimate celebration, on […]
Finally, it was time for my walk down the aisle. Standing behind those doors, all thoughts concerning falling flat on my face or walking too fast or carrying my bouquet too high went out the window. It wasn’t really nerves, … read m...
I was first sent to the Dordogne Valley in southwestern France more than two decades ago to shoot a story about a truffle farmer for a food magazine. Later, when I tasted my first black truffle, I thought my head was going to explode with the heady new flavor. And by dark that first day, I was as hooked on truffles as I was on the place of their origin.
Loved the Starbucks ad in the New York Times yesterday. Pardon my crinkles. Here's my video from the MLK Day of Service at Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture a few years ago. It's right in the shadow of the MLK Center for Nonviolent Social Change (which is now easily accessible via The Atlanta Streetcar). Show More Summary
Have you ever visited our film gallery? It’s brimming with beautiful wedding videos. Some are really slow and dreamy, others are fast and fun, and some, like today’s one by Gione Da Silva, are all about the story. Jo & Karl were married by her father (who is a Pastor) in a ceremony that was deeply […]
We’ve feature several Italian wedding films over the last year, and while each one has its own unique style and story, they have all been glamorous, romantic affairs, filled with the love of family, great food, and the most incredibly stunning backdrops. Marilynn and Gianluca’s beautiful Sorrento wedding and all of that, and more. Perched […]
Of the many jokes, riffs and bits about the annoying kinds of people you’re likely to meet on a flight, the team at the Consumerist is having a tough time going along with a sketch on last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. See, that’s because the actor playing all the obnoxious types of passengers just happens to be Sir Patrick … [More]
Remember back in 2007, when a woman married the Eiffel Tower? She’s in a relationship with a German tower crane now. There was a documentary that followed her during her commitment ceremony to the good ol’ Tour Eiffel, and that documentary ruined her relationship with the monument. The staff of the Tower refused to associate [...]
Yes, it’s tall, narrow and boxy, but don’t let that fool you. The brilliant thing about Alfa Romeo’s Giulia sedans is that they were blessed with the very same twin-cam engines, five-speed gearboxes, four-wheel disc brakes and brilliantly tuned suspensions that made its coupes and spiders so much fun to drive. This 1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super for […]
With gas prices dropping as precipitously as temperatures across the country, leave it to one of Dogster's all-time favorites, Keith Hopkin, to harness the power of both developments into the latest installment of his viral video classic,...Show More Summary
Today is the 7 year anniversary of my father’s death. It’s strange because I feel like he just died, yet my memory of him is fading and there are things I can no longer see clearly in my mind. The way he sipped his black coffee loudly, almost like a slurp that might annoy me had […] The post Savor the Memories appeared first on Makeup Bag.
In other unsettling kid-related artwork news, this PSA-like video from the art collaborative DIS was included in EXPO 1, a sprawling, multi-part exhibition about the future, which was at MoMA PS1 in 2013. It was part of ProBio, a sub-show...Show More Summary
I have clearly been underestimating bodyweight exercise, because this homeless man, Jacques, has been doing simple bodyweight exercises on the streets of Paris and complimenting it with a diet designed to increase muscle mass — bought with the money passing Parisians give him — and he is a homeless Adonis. Good lord. Jacques was “discovered” [...]
In this last and final installment of our Sounds of Scandinavia feature, we’ve highlighted the talents that are coming out of Iceland and Finland – having already covered Sweden, Denmark and Norway. The two countries aren’t officially… The post 20 Icelandic & Finnish Music Acts You Should Know Right Now appeared first on Highsnobiety.