Aether’s dapper 3-layer herringbone wool coat is ready to take on wind, water, and whatever Mother Nature throws at it. Its PrimaLoft Gold insulated lining is removable for days when it’s not as cold. Available in Insignia Blue or Charcoal Heather.
"Underneath the sky, where the cold winds cross / there is an ocean, where the data flows" are the first two lines of Peter Gabriel's "The Veil," the song he wrote for the movie Snowden. The rest, which you can listen to in the video above, is too good to ... More »
They cover roadside meadows like a carpet from late March to mid-April, these wildflowers that are Texas’ official state flower. Bluebells are a welcome temporary break from the cold, wind and slush still clinging to life back home on the Plains. Show More Summary
My toddler son does not enjoy wearing gloves. Ever. In fact, he would rather scream and cry in the cold bitter wind than wear the gloves I put on his hands for the fourth time. He makes quite the point to pull off those gloves with vengeance...Show More Summary
When the wind picks up and the cold rolls in, testers found the Houdini was the breathable, wind-resistant layer they needed. It’s only 3.6 ounces and “packs down to about the size of a Clif bar” when stuffed in its chest zipper pocket. “It is perfect for going light and fast in the mountains” and... Continue reading
When a cold war winds down, what happens to its spies and traitors? The British double agents Kim Philby, Guy Burgess, and Donald Maclean were able to see out their days in Moscow while it was still ruled by Communists, without fears that their hosts might betray them and send them back to an unforgiving Great Britain.
I would assume after a hard day of fighting Daleks and Weeping Angels, a Time Lord would need a cold one to wind down. I’m not sure a standard Sonic Screwdriver would be able to open…
The weekend gets off to a pleasant start this evening. It's toasty Saturday and Sunday, with the biggest storm as the weekend winds down.
SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue By Pat Pattison The wind is cutting icy cold across my face as I drive my convertible down the mountain road. My “wife,” who I only met today, is in the passenger seat, pointing out the scenery. A man in the back seat is holding some cords and another is almost hanging out of the car, making it hard for me to steer. Show More Summary
Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson went toe-to-toe for four hours Saturday in the British Open, trading pivotal par saves and four lead changes in the cold wind and occasional rain at Royal Troon.
Rooftops are tough place for plants: they're vulnerable to intense heat, cold, wind and drought, plus they can’t support a lot of weight, so the plants need to grow in just a few inches of soil (actually, ultra-lightweight soilless growing mediums are typically used). Show More Summary
From sun to wind to freezing cold, our faces are exposed to the most extreme of elements on a daily basis. To safeguard against this brutal treatment, our bodies developed a powerful first line of defense. We call it our skin's "barrier." This...Show More Summary
What will “The Winds of Winter” bring? Sunday marks “Game of Thrones’s” season finale, and there’s a lot left to wrap up and set up in the 69-minute episode. Here’s a few bold — and cold — predictions of what could go down.
Look, Nicholas Winding Refn is either your brand of vodka, or he’s not. Drive is usually considered his name-maker, but its stylized violence and narrative coldness yielded plenty of detractors – many of whom got to sneer a “toldja so” when his next film, 2013’s Only God Forgives, was rebuffed by audiences and (most) critics […]
Cold, hard butter from the fridge is really hard to spread on bread. You wind up tearing the bread and depositing the butter unevenly. Life’s rough, right?
Sounds like: Syre, Manila Killa, FlyBoy Song: Color K - With What's so good? Color K's debut original "With" is the perfect record to be paired with a cold beverage on a summer day. The vocal chops that wind into a semi-broken houseShow More Summary
The cold wind of intolerance, authoritarianism, and nationalism is blowing across America and Europe. The unexpected rise of Trump as the presumptive Republican nominee in the United States and the recent political stirrings in Europe are oddly built of the same cloth. Show More Summary
It is spring here in northern Utah. What that usually means periods of rain, cold, wind, hail, with the occasional jump up to 95 degrees. The last couple of weeks […]
Photo by Baldur Kristjans In Iceland, nature is something to be feared and respected. The whole country blows hot and cold: thirty active volcanoes bubble and steam while Arctic winds can send temperatures plummeting to as low as -30C in the north. Show More Summary