Oxnard, California photographer Weston Wong (a.k.a. “Mr Fusion“) has created a thrilling mashup of dogfight scenes from Star Wars and the classic Top Gun song “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins. via MightyMega
One project aims to change people's perception of poverty by bringing some of its lesser-known realities to light. The Salvation Army in Canada staged an “open house” in May, according to a blog on its site. Much like in a standard open...Show More Summary
One of the more tired clichés in sports goes something like this: An athlete gets injured at a critical point in a team's season, forcing a nervous head coach to call in a lesser-known player off the bench. The player quietly, perhaps stoically steps in, knowing the people around him believe the season to be over for all intents and purposes. Show More Summary
You can actually play Tetris on it After you have used a bookcase to propose to your girlfriend, of course the only thing left to do is to turn that same bookcase into a playable Tetris game. This is, of course, without a doubt the greatest bookcase ever, but it is also the bookcase most likely to make you play Tetris until you lose your mind. Show More Summary
When you were a kid, you probably asked your parents the age-old question: Where do babies/brothers/sisters come from? But if for some reason you're still looking for answers, Zac Efron and Adam DeVine are here for you. As part of the...Show More Summary
At a news conference Tuesday, I asked Reps. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) and André Carson (D-Ind.) about Hillary Clinton's having returned money from Muslims and refusing to meet with Arab and Muslim groups in her 2000 Senate run. Rep. Ellison indicated he didn't know about the controversy and -- while stressing his backing for Sen. Show More Summary
Comedian John Oliver has found himself in the middle of an online feud with a violence-prone, Kremlin-backed dictator who has repeatedly been accused of having his enemies tortured and killed. The host of HBO's "Last Week Tonight” took aim at Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov in a five-minute segment of his popular satire show that aired on Sunday. Show More Summary
The release of Ariana Grande's newest album, Dangerous Woman, has her fans going crazy! What better way to celebrate the album than with music video parodies of some of it's biggest hits? Check out a music video parody of Be AlrightShow More Summary
(Photo: Alton Towers) It's called the Rollercoaster Restaurant--and for good reason! This restaurant at the Alton Towers resort and amusement park in Staffordshire, UK has tiny rollercoaster tracks between the kitchen and each dining table. Show More Summary
Yes, you can kiss cramps, cravings, and mood swings goodbye, says hormone expert Alisa Vitti.
Taken from the CoSigned artist's forthcoming debut album, Nothing's Real.
Star Wars and DIY effects go together like peanut butter and lightsabers.
Meet PixelHELPER, the light artists taking political action
Dominque Taylor, the Huffington Post reported, birthed a musical parody for her YouTube channel The Storyscape that brings together the greatest cultural offerings from the past 20 years: Harry Potter and Beyoncé. Singing from the perspective...Show More Summary
This is Ariana Grande as you've never seen her before
Throwback to season one
25 things you might want to know know about Dylan. Excellent, except for the introductory claim that he is "rock's greatest songwriter." A better description is "America's greatest writer of popular songs." Bar none. We can discuss the criteria later....
In the third quarter of Sunday night’s Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, with his Oklahoma City Thunder beating the Golden State Warriors by a shocking 34 points, Russell Westbrook zipped a bounce pass between his legs on a fast...Show More Summary
AcapellaScience produced this video music performance, “Entropic Time”, which bears the accurate description “backwards Billy Joel parody”: Thanks to @drawnonglass for bringing this to our attention, in harmonious recognition that the theme of the 2016 Ig Nobel Prize ceremony will be TIME.)
Wow, curse words sounds really cool with an Australian accent. The YouTube channel "Angry Dad" is run by two brothers from Melbourne, Australia who film themselves giving their easy-to-anger old man a hard time. One would think thatShow More Summary