Start’Em Sit’Em Week 4 Running Backs Start ’em Sit ’em running backs is simply advice so you can have a headache free week wondering who to start at running back. Listed below are two Start’Ems (my favorite plays this week) and two Sit’Ems (my least favorite plays this week). Show More Summary
This weekend, I had the pleasure of watching Animal Collective out in the magical land of Big Sur. They are probably my all time favorite band, so getting to watch them two nights in a row, under a million stars, with only 300 other people was heavenly to say the least. I’m still beaming from […] The post Videos of the Week: Labor of Love appeared first on IHEARTCOMIX.
Ah, the "hot hatch." It has a history that dates to the early 1970s, according to "Top Gear." But for most auto enthusiasts, the original smoldering hatchback was the VW GTI. It showed up in the US during the Reagan administration and knocked everybody's Chuck Taylors off, with a whopping 90 horsepower. The era of the hot hatch had begun. Show More Summary
In preparation for the launch of Ron Howard’s documentary The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, five Hulu editors break down their favorite songs from the Fab Four. THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD My first real intro to The Beatles was a mix tape I found in a box of my parents’ old cassettes that […]
Charles Band movies from the 80’s are one of my favorite things ever. There’s something special about the films he directed and produced during that decade, something that is missing from his more modern offerings. The films aren’t perfect, mind you, but there almost all a ton of fun and very inventive. 1983’s Metalstorm: The […]
L.A. WEEKLY: 35 Years of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, in Pictures. From camp to cultural icon. My favorite quote is this one: “And if they ever ask about me, tell them I was more than just a great set of boobs. I was also an incredible pair of legs.”
Capone works a little magic in this on-set talk with DOCTOR STRANGE director/co-writer Scott Derrickson Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. One of my favorite things about stepping foot onto a movie set...Show More Summary
One of my favorite movies of 2015 was the delightfully charming Turbo Kid (review), which followed the story of “The Kid” and his new friend Apple as they traverse the wasteland, dealing with some truly despicable folk who like to make sure your insides appear on the outside! The appearance of Apple comes seemingly out […]
Veteran Omaha synth-punks the Faint — my favorite band in the world for a few months in 2001 — are about to release the career-spanning collection Capsule 1999-2016. The album digs deep into the band’s peak-era music, but it also features some more recent stuff, including the brand-new “Skylab1979” and “Young And Realistic,” a single […]
Green-2.jpg Photo by Tim Romano The Green River in Utah The A, B, and C sections of the Green River below the dam in Dutch Jon, Utah, are each among my favorite fall fishing spots. In autumn, the crowds begin to thin and the beauty of the river is unparalleled. Show More Summary
In a world gone crazy, I am relieved to turn part of my focus to my favorite fall activity: bulb planting and forcing. I’m no horticultural expert (though I do play one on the radio sometimes), but bulbs are my thing, and here’s what I got: Don’t plant too few. A drift of hybrid tulips […]
Of course you’ll do Yellowstone’s Old Faithful. But you also should head 7 miles north and visit Grand Prismatic Spring. It’s the largest spring in the park, about 300 feet across, and its boiling deep blue waters, fringed with yellow and orange crust, give off billows of steam that envelop you...
For the past 10 years of Steamy Kitchen, we’ve specialized in Asian cuisine, with cookbooks, free recipes and how-to videos. Our collection of Asian cookbooks will rival any bookstore! Here are our very favorite Vietnamese cookbooks....Show More Summary
Start ’em Sit ’em tight ends Week 4 Start ’em Sit ’em tight ends is simply advice so you can have a headache free week wondering who to start at tight end. Listed below are two Start ‘ems (my favorite plays this week) and two Sit ‘ems (my least favorite plays this week). Show More Summary
One of my lightbulb moments in college was when my professor, Jim Vick, explained the Lagrange multiplier theorem. The way I’d seen it stated in a calculus text gave me no feel for why it should be true, but his explanation made sense immediately. Suppose f(x) is a function of several variables, i.e. x is a vector, and g(x) = c […]
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GREGG HENRY THEN: Many of my favorite actors could easily be called “character actors.” You know the guys that everybody is aware of but perhaps they don't know their names? One of the most talented and exciting fellas that might fit that description is Gregg Henry. The Lakewood, Colorado native began his impressive career as part of... Read More...
When you open the glove compartment on this car, it sounds like light jazz. And with that, it’s time inaugurate a new tag on the site: things that sound like other things, which includes my all-time favorite, this shovel falling sounds exactly like Smells Like Teen Spirit. (via @kepano) Tags: audio music things that sound like other things video
So yesterday afternoon I turned on the TV to watch the live Global Citizen concert and caught one of my favorite artists, Yusuf Islam – formerly known as Cat Stevens – performing songs “Wild World” and, joined by Eddie Vedder, “Father and Son,” both from one of his best albums, 1970’s Tea for the Tillerman. […]
Ahhh yeah. This is my new favorite dance workout. I am soooo down with this. Be sure to engage your abs during this entire dance to really get a good workout in your core. Roll those hips and have fun with it! All of my dance workouts are designed to be easy so you can […] The post Jeremih – You and I: Hip Rolls & Abs Easy Dance Workout appeared first on Yum Yucky.