Celebrity Chef Creates Fridge Hack Out Of Egg Carton
Celebrity chef and TV personality Alton Brown makes a living by inventing and reinventing everyday kitchen items. His latest demonstration of this really puts the mustard on the hot dog though. Literally. Brown first rose to fame as the host of Food Network's show "Good Eats" from 1999 to 2012. A trademark feature of the show involved the chef improvising makeshift kitchen utensils that rivaled those sold in stores...
College Baseball Players Lip-sync to Song From Disney's 'Frozen'
An unlikely duo is providing a refreshing spin on an instant classic. Matt Kilby and Brad Borosak play college baseball for the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. The teammates are gearing up for a big weekend as the Midshipmen prepare to host archrival Army in a two-day back-to-back doubleheader series. Borosak notes that he has even seen a few tweets from West Point directed at the team...
Kerry: Cold War diplomacy was āeasier' than today
Secretary of State John Kerry waxed nostalgic for the Cold War on Tuesday, saying the era of civil defense drills and mutual assured destruction was an āeasierā or āsimplerā time in which to lead American diplomacy.
New Idaho Business Provides Venue for Customers to Break Stuff
Das Breakroom is a new business in Boise, Idaho, that opened on Tax Day. The premise behind the establishment is certainly unique but relatively simple. "Our sole purpose is to provide a place for people to engage in recreational destruction," business owner Tom Farrenkopf told KBOI TV in Boise. "What we mean by that is, come in and break stuff."
Five things you (probably) don't know about Earth Day
Earth Day turns 44 on Tuesday, and it's more popular than ever. One might suspect the holiday was created by eco-warriors in tie-dyed shirts and leather-fringe vests. Not so. Read on for a collection of facts you (probably) didn't know about Earth Day.
Baggage Handlers Caught on Tape Throwing Bags 20 Feet to Ground
A Canadian airline may dismiss two of its employees following a video that has received more than a million views on YouTube. Dwayne Stewart uploaded a clip to the site on Thursday that he filmed from his Vancouver, British Columbia-bound Air Canada flight. In the video, luggage handlers at Toronto Pearson International Airport are shown tossing bags that were checked at the gate down about 20 feet to a bin...
These Wingsuit Pilots Complete an Almost Impossible Stunt at 12,000 Feet
A video released by a wingsuit pilot-cameraman displays not only the incredible risk involved with the stunt, but the process behind planning it. Jokke Sommer, Espen Fadnes and Ludovic Woerth are the world's most renowned wingsuit pilots. The trio teamed up for a Web series on EpicTV called "The Perfect Flight." The premise is simple: Three men travel the world looking for the best landmarks and locations to fly by, over, or underneath...
Watch This Very Smart Ape Demonstrate How to Roast Marshmallows
For one very talented ape, having no trainer and no assistance is no problem when it comes to making a favorite fireside snack. Kanzi the bonobo is not your average animal. The ape knows some American Sign Language, can create stone tools, and apparently cooks. That last trait is highlighted in a viral video from BBC One. The U.K. network's show "Monkey Planet" explores "your animal family as you've never seen it before...
Obama plans clemency for hundreds of drug offenders
For Scrivner, time has crawled, it's dawdled, and on bad days, it's felt like it's stood completely still. She was 27 years old when she started serving a 30-year sentence in federal prison for selling a few ounces of methamphetamine. Now, 20 years later, she feels like she's still living in the early 90s—she's never seen or touched a cell phone, she still listens to her favorite band The Scorpions, and she carefully coats her eyelids in electric blue eyeshadow in the morning...