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Wiener-Dog (Trailer)

Originally bought as a present for a young cancer survivor, a dachschund puppy ends up being passed around from one miserable owner to another in this “Lassie for misanthropes.” Written and directed by Todd Solondz (Happiness, Welcome to the Dollhouse).

Freaky Wind-Powered 'Beach Animals' Invade Exploratorium

Made entirely of polyvinyl chloride and zip ties Ambling, 40-foot long, wind-powered Dutch monstrosities are in town, and they're not to be missed. These wind-blown weirdoes are presently restricted to the Exploratorium. And despiteShow More Summary

Haven't we learned yet that Nate Diaz gets what he wants?

Back in December, Nate Diaz told us that he wanted a fight with Conor McGregor, and we thought it was all just cheap entertainment. Then he got what he wished for and made it count. He wasn’t surprised. If he gets what he wants once again, we shouldn’t be (...)

Dad takes on task of breastfeeding after mom goes back to work.

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Chris Allen and his fiancée Jennifer Capo have three kids, one of whom is a young baby, that until recently was feasting on breast milk straight from the source. After Capo went back to work, the task of feeding the couple's baby girl,...Show More Summary

Sustainable Peace in Colombia and True Democracy in Cuba Requires Peace in Venezuela

"The only sustainable peace in Colombia and true democracy in Cuba requires peace in Venezuela." These are the insightful words of former President of Bolivia, Jorge Quiroga, speaking at Concordia's inaugural Summit on the Americas. His statement, made during a discussion I moderated on the thawing relationship between the U.S. Show More Summary

How Technology Hijacks People's Minds

From a Magician and Google's Design Ethicist I'm an expert on how technology hijacks our psychological vulnerabilities. That's why I spent the last three years as a Design Ethicist at Google caring about how to design things in a way...Show More Summary

Lethal Bizzle Busts Out the Booty Cam in the “Wobble” Video

Grime mainstay Lethal Bizzle follows in the tradition of rap videos cleverly disguised as sardonic workout instructionals with his latest offering, “Wobble.” Like David Banner’s “Play” or Kanye West’s “The New Workout Plan,” or even Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda,” there are plenty of scantily-clad ladies just trying to get their fitness on, while covered in an […]

These are the U.S. airlines most likely to lose or damage your luggage

One of the more frustrating aspects of air travel is when an airline loses or damages your luggage. Even in instances when an airline misplaces your luggage and successfully tracks it down to another city, retrieving it can often be an exercise in frustration. Show More Summary

Those Long TSA Lines: Take This Bag and Check It!

The NYT had an interesting column on how we can reduce the length of the security lines at airports. (Start with your shoes.) However the piece left out one obvious factor lengthening security lines: carry on baggage. Security lines would move much quicker if more people checked their luggage rather than carry it on board. Show More Summary

Jungle Politics: Story and Metaphor in Human Affairs

When I was a kid, I played Baloo the Bear in The Jungle Book for a class theatre piece. Though I had grown up deeply connected to the natural world - climbing trees and even eating honey directly from the hive - I had never so deliberately delved into the imagination of creatures. Show More Summary

Sanders Candidacy Devolving into an Arrogant Insufferable Self-serving Disaster

Many including me have consistently given Bernie Sanders the credit for fighting for what he believes in and suggesting he should decide on his own when to leave the race. We gave him credit for beginning his campaign with grace and purpose as I did in a recent column. Show More Summary

R.I.P. John Sisko, 1958-2016

by Jen Graves At right, the artist, teacher, writer, and gallerist John Sisko. Nancy Sisko On May 22, many of John Sisko's more than a thousand Facebook friends began to wish the Seattle artist, writer, teacher, and gallerist a happy birthday. Show More Summary

Google Photos: One year, 200 million users, and a whole lot of selfies

A year ago, we introduced Google Photos with one mission: To be a home for all your photos and videos, organized and brought to life, so that you can share and save what matters. Now 200 million of you are using Google Photos each month. Show More Summary

'FURIOUS 8': First Day With the Team Together [VIDEO]

FURIOUS 7 exceeded all expectation when it hit theaters last year. Sure, given actor Paul Walker's untimely and tragic death, it was expected that many would pay their ticket just to see how the series would pay homage to its lead, but no one expected it to do the numbers it did. Show More Summary

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