This Tiny Desk concert is 25 years in the making. To celebrate the anniversary of the release of their album "Enter The Wu-Tang," the original Clan members — with Young Dirty Bastard stepping in for his father — gather in the NPR offices to perform a 20-minute retrospective mashup of their classics.
There are thousands of new crossword puzzles made and completed every day — and they can be really hard. Someone is out there making crosswords and one of the world's great mysteries is how they're created. To find out the method behind the magic, WIRED went straight to the source — the New York Times' resident cruciverbalist David Kwong.
Mahershala Ali heads to the Ozarks but not for that show. The Moonlight actor is headlining the third season of HBO's True Detective. The series appears to return to its dark, gritty roots, taking place in Arkansas during three different time periods as Ali investigates the disappearance of two children in the 1980s. Penned once again by Nic Pizzolatto, the show returns January 13, 2019.
Launched 16 days before its twin Voyager 1 in 1977, Voyager 2 has left the Solar System and entered interstellar space and is now taking the first direct measurements of the plasma fields there. In operation for 41 years, 3 months and 21 days, Voyager 2 has technology that is far inferior to the smartphone in your pocket — yet it's still providing valuable data to scientists here on Earth. See you space cowboy. . .
Made by hand in Northern California, Church California grooming products use the highest quality plant products and are 100% organic. The plants used are sustainably sourced or farmed locally from nature preserves located along California's scenic Highway 1. Their top-notch pomades are all natural and will give any hairstyle a boost while stimulating new, thicker hair growth in the process.
Inspired by New York City's bike commuters and their edgy, monochromatic style, Thousand's Stealth Black Helmet takes the classic design of their Heritage Collection to the next level. The helmet boasts an all-black shell, trim, logo, and rivets that are paired with utilitarian nylon straps, seven air vents, three cooling channels, and their signature poplock to secure it to your bike once you've reached your destination.
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George Costanza may have been a lot of things but a culinary genius wasn't one of them. In his Seinfeld special, Binging with Babish's Andrew Rea explores the Lord of the Idiots' interesting appetite by recreating some of his most bizarre fares.