We're in the garden waiting for mum to make us lunch, swatting at butterflies with our butterfly nets, feelin' hungry & giddy in the summer sunlight, knowing that in half-an-hour there will be madeleines, rainbow cookies, & raspberry...Show More Summary
Thundercat has re-connected with Kendrick Lamar on smooth new track “Walk On By”. The last time the pair linked up was on the Good Kid M.A.A.D City artist’s Grammy Award-winning To Pimp a Butterfly LP, with Thundercat offering his hand on some of the more funk-fuelled numbers on the release. Now the pair reunite for […]
Last night, we rounded up a handful of complaints from 2016 MacBook Pro users related to the device’s new keyboard. While there are a variety of complaints presented on Apple’s Support website and other websites, the comments on ourShow More Summary
French actress Marie-Josée Croze (Diving Bell and the Butterfly) is set to recur in Amazon's upcoming Jack Ryan series, from the Lost duo of co-showrunner Carlton Cuse and writer Graham Roland, Platinum Dunes, Skydance Media and Paramount TV. Show More Summary
Although the birth of a child is memorable for every parent, baby Mackenzie's delivery was marked with both excitement as well as intense fear for her parents. Immediately after giving birth, Liz Cadmus and her doctors discovered that Mackenzie was born with epidermolysis bullosa. Show More Summary
After similar issues plagued the 12-inch MacBook, a growing number of MacBook Pro users are reporting issues with the new butterfly keyboard. The butterfly keyboard technology was first introduced with the 12-inch MacBook, but AppleShow More Summary
Apple’s new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar may have some serious keyboard problems. A number of new 2016 MacBook Pro owners are reporting issues with the new keyboard that features redesigned butterfly mechanism that were originally introduced on the super-thin retina MacBook. Show More Summary
Some butterflies drink tears, eat poop, wear false heads, and kill to survive.
By Loretta Race on SwimSwam South African Chad Le Clos says he wakes up with nightmares of the men's 200m butterfly race in Rio, the event in which he finished 4th. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Le Clos Haunted By Olympic 200 Fly, Targets Budapest To Re-Claim Event
Apple's latest line of notebooks introduced an entirely revamped keyboard featuring flatter keys built using a second-generation butterfly mechanism, designed to optimize for stability while also maximizing travel. The butterfly mechanism...Show More Summary
Well, um, who needs a hot shower after last night’s Real Housewives Of Atlanta?! The ladies were on pu$$y patrol, but there was also slow motion stiletto strolls, butterflies, and some serious Diana Ross, the Studio 54 years, hairstyles. Show More Summary
Beautiful and elusive.
I chased my kids through a museum yesterday. Part of the day had them go through a butterfly’s life cycle and there were parts where grown-ups were just too big for it. So I stepped aside and thought about health policy. Specifically the proposed rule that widens the actuarial value bands from +/-2 to -4/+2. […]
By Loretta Race on SwimSwam Masato Sakai of Japan has proven to be quite the weapon of 200m butterfly destruction so far this season. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Konami Open: Masato Sakai Throws Down Another 1:54 200 Fly
By Loretta Race on SwimSwam Loughborough's Charlotte Atkinson scored a new BUCS Meet Record in the women's 200m butterfly to help lead her team to overall victory in Sheffield. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Loughborough Races To BUCS Long Course Championship Title
An Iowa city is gearing up for a major plan to create habitat for bees and butterflies. This spring, Cedar Rapids will prepare the first 188 acres of unused public land for habitat conversion into pesticide-free havens filled with native prairie grasses and wildflowers, KWQC reports. Show More Summary
From nothingness, the universe was created. From a simple caterpillar, a butterfly emerges. A dorky teen grows up to be a fashion model, or a bodybuilder. The one constant in life is change, and in our newTransformation of the Week series, AskMen is celebrating men who have turned their lives around through dedication, commitment and hard work. Show More Summary
Whether you see a butterfly, dancing elephants or blood stains when peering at the Rorschach inkblots, your answers can divulge some of the darkest, or just hidden, corners of your mind. Now researchers know why so many images are elicited by inkblots.
The majority of Americans pay little attention to pollinators – bees, butterflies, wasps, moths and other insects. However, without pollinators, many crops would not grow. A large variety of fruits and vegetables would become scarceShow More Summary
Whenever I take MAC Cork out for a spin, I hear champagne bottles popping. “POP!” If it were possible to place 1,000 butterfly kisses on a pan of brown eyeshadow, I totally would. Wait — that actually is possible. Never mind! ???? It’sShow More Summary