Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul and his wife Lauren give a tour of their sprawling retreat in Idaho. Built over three years on the bank of a glacial river, the cabin is the handiwork of interior designer Jake Arnold and Pearson Design Group. Its rustic vibes are courtesy of timbers taken from three, 120-year-old barns out of Wisconsin along with pieces of Montana moss stone, including a 26,600-pound slab that forms the fireplace.
Pete Davidson is following up his Netflix special Alive from New York with a Hulu film. Big Time Adolescence follows the SNL star as a college dropout attempting to guide a suburban teenager through high school and into adulthood. Also starring Griffin Gluck, Colson "Machine Gun Kelly" Baker, Sydney Sweeney, and Jon Cryer, the film will have a limited release in theaters on March 13, 2020, before streaming on March 20, 2020.
One of the most influential hip hop groups of all-time, N.W.A. helped set the stage for a generation of artists. Photographed opposite their Compton, Los Angeles recording studio, this picture was taken in 1990 not long after a royalty dispute caused Ice Cube to leave the group. Pictured in the background is DJ Yella, Dr. Dre, and MC Ren, while a grenade-toting Eazy E at the forefront. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood black or white frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 20" x 16"
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Oaxaca, Mexico is the home of one of the world's most unique spirits: Mezcal. This drink mix celebrates the flavors of the agave-based spirit using dried Mexican chiles, cocoa nibs, and spices sweetened with raisins and aged with cocoa husks from French Broad Chocolates in Asheville, North Carolina. A little goes a long way, and it's best mixed with one part mixer and four parts Mezcal over ice and garnished with a lime twist.
8.5 fl oz.
Gorillaz return with another track from the single series Song Machine. Entitled "Désolé," the accompanying video follows an animated 2-D, Noodle, and Russel Hobbs boating around Lake Como after being teleported from Kong Studios. The song features vocals from Malian singer Fatoumata Diawara and is available now.
65 hours, seven days, hundreds of workers and heavy equipment, and a fleet of semis — that's what it takes to put on a show for German metal band Rammstein. This timelapse from the Dresden stop on the band's European stadium tour shows the coordination and effort involved to put on a concert for one of the biggest bands in the world.
Your face is the first thing people see. Make sure it looks its best with Morihata Binchotan Charcoal Face Mask. It uses the charcoal's detoxifying properties to restore your skin while drawing out dirt and impurities, leaving your pores clear. As an added bonus, it helps soak up excess oil, helping you achieve a healthier complexion. Made in Wakayama, Japan, it comes in a travel-friendly 3.4 oz bottle.
Originally designed for military personnel, the TR1 is the original tactical respirator. The sleek, compact, breathable mask features a metal snap to hold it in place securely, as well as a medical-grade silicone seal that fits securely without leaving marks or messing with facial hair. It's even compatible with glasses and headgear thanks to the adjustable earloop strap. Each TR1 comes with three electrostatic filters with a 98.6% effectiveness rating and a modular carry pouch and is in stock and ready to ship right now.
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James Bond's ride of choice has been almost as big a star as the character himself. From the classic Aston Martin DB5 to Lotus and BMW, 007 has had a car that fits the period perfectly in every film. Top Gear collected what they consider to be the six best Bond cars ever and put them through their paces, showing what it takes to make it to the silver screen.
American Grafffiti, Star Wars, Blade Runner, Indiana Jones — Harrison Ford has been in some of the biggest films and film franchises of all time. Over a career spanning six decades, Ford's films have made over $9 billion worldwide at the box office, making him one of the most successful actors ever. In this interview with Vanity Fair, Ford goes over his time making movies, from beginning to end.