It's served as a career launching pad. It's provided an instant boost to the profile of countless bands who've graced its stage. It's as ingrained in our cultural conscience as the American flag or McDonald's Golden Arches. Broadcast live from New York, it's Saturday Night Live, and it's turning 40 this year. Created to celebrate this notable anniversary, this 500-page hardcover book provides an in-depth look at the show, its history, and how it all comes together, with an illustrated breakdown of the cast and crew's 6-day week, over 2,300 images from the show's archives, a season-by-season reference guide, and an exclusive interview with creator Lorne Michaels.
The inspiration for Silver Cross Whiskey from Journeyman Distillery comes from Scotland, but it's not a take on a peated Scotch whiskey, but rather a tribute to the great game of golf. The Three Oaks, Michigan based distillers use equal parts Rye, Wheat, Corn, and Barley for this unique whiskey, which is named for the medal that was originally awarded to the winner in the early days of The British Open. A gold medal winner itself at last years San Francisco Spirits Competition, this tasty whiskey has plenty to offer fans of bourbon, rye, and even Scotch.
Add a bit of electronic intelligence to your two-wheeled steed with SmrtGrips Connected Bike Grips. Designed to fit both standard and lock ring setups, these grips offer a number of features aimed at improving your cycling experience, including haptic technology that lets you get turn-by-turn directions without taking your eyes off the road and Bluetooth that gives you the ability to locate your bike and supports separation alerts if a member of your group drifts off course. They're waterproof so they can stand up to the elements, and while they do rely on a rechargeable battery, they run for up to three months on a single charge, so you won't need to bust out the USB cable very often.
After more than a decade of silence and 25 years since its inception, the NSX is back, and it might help re-establish Acura as a technical leader in the industry. This all-wheel-drive supercar features a mid-mounted twin-turbo V-6 engine, an aluminum frame, carbon fiber flooring, and three electric motors — one for each of the front wheels and a third for the midship engine — making it a true supercar hybrid. Designed from the inside out with a focus on the driver, the new NSX will be manufactured exclusively in Marysville, Ohio and ready for a global release later this year.