The July 4 holiday is a time for barbecue, fireworks and poolside relaxation. But this year's long holiday weekend also provides ample time for families to take in a cultural event or two.
The toy company wants to find an alternative material for the 60 billion bricks it makes a year. But it's not going to be easy. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Mythbusters is back for another season with Adam Savage and Jaime Hyneman. While a lot of us are still feeling the pain of the abrupt departure of Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara from the show last year, this new season should provide some excellent entertainment. Later this month the pair will take on […]
Charlotte Cardin brings super jazzy vibes in her track “Big Boy.” With comparisons to Amy Winehouse already happening within the comments section, her voice evokes French elegance over classic production. This is beyond beautiful, and we can’t get enough. Purchase the track on iTunes.
Pizza on game day is pretty much a given, but it's better to be hands free for those touchdown dances, so why not take the flavor of pizza and turn it into a warm, cheesy, dunk-worthy dip? After you try this, you may just wonder whyShow More Summary
Close-up views of this red alga show how it gets its iridescence and changes colour in the water
This woman wins the world's best mother-in-law award. More » This Woman’s Wonderful Mother-In-Law Stepped Up When Her Real Mom Bailed On Her Kidney Donation is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
NASA experts use what is called "the chain of events" to understand the root causes of failures. In this chain, a cause creates an effect that becomes the cause of a new effect and so on until the failure occurs. If multiple events can connect and lead to a failure, the opposite is true as well. Show More Summary
Well, at least this time the judge had a reason for getting the law completely wrong. We’re talking The Amazing Spider-Man #16.1 (16.1? Seriously? What’s with the odd-ball numbering in comics nowadays? We’ve had zero issues. Millionth issues. Fractional issues. Now decimal point issues? I should adapt Life of Pi to a comic book mini-series and number […]
This week over at Anglotees.com we’ve brought back an old design with a new twist – yes – British at Heart has returned again due to popular request! Also available this week is a new tribute to London featuring a quote from Thomas de Quincy. Show More Summary
Range anxiety continues to be one of the main reasons that electric cars have not taken off as fast as automakers would have liked. Nissan claims that this is one of the main reasons that sales of the Leaf electric car have dropped off this year and to
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week: the first “cool” songs we ever liked. Donna Lewis, “I Love You Always Forever” (1996) “Cool” is such a subjective word. But when I look at this week’s...Show More Summary
Skyteam Alliance member China Eastern has dropped airfare to $676 round trip from Los Angeles to Singapore for departures from September to November 2015. This is the only time I recall the fare dropping below $720 this year. This low fare is available on 50 of 74 dates from September 1 to November 13. Show More Summary
Apple is turning to both long-time manufacturing partner Sharp and long-time “frenemy” Samsung to help build the displays for its eagerly-anticipated 12.9-inch giant-sized iPad Pro, according to a new report. Sharp is said to have provided a small test batch … Read more ›
It’s 4th of July weekend, which means most of us stateside will be taking a long weekend for some much needed R&R. However, just because we aren’t working doesn’t mean no one is: there’s a whole host of happenings to … The post Where To Go This Weekend | July 2015, Week 1 appeared first on Selectism.
World champion Lewis Hamilton says he is "in trouble" for this weekend's British Grand Prix if he does not improve his car.
Puerto Rico just signaled that it will file for Chapter 9 protection. They just hired former Detroit judge Steven Rhodes to assist them with this. This is the same tactic
This is how the dissolution of a nation begins–but maybe that isn’t a bad thing? A new poll has found that there is growing anger against our out-of-control liberal courts
Sure, there’s an official 2359-piece version of the tower, but Brenden McMahon had a much grander vision in mind: His LEGO Orthnac is 8-foot-tall and features nine individual floors! The thing is so tall that you need a ladder to fully...Show More Summary
An experimental drug is being tested that could add stature to people born with dwarfism. But not all are pleased. From the Bloomberg Business story: An experimental drug to treat dwarfism by lengthening children’s bones is meeting skepticism from the leading U.S. group that represents little people, which questions giving kids a medication that might […]