Obama's already covered Drake's "Hotline Bling." By editing together some of his speeches, Baracksdubs has the POTUS flawlessly singing Drizzy's latest single "One Dance".
Kelvin Cooperage builds and refurbishes bourbon barrels in Louisville, Kentucky, a tradition traced to the original Cooperage company in Scotland. Properly built and maintained, a bourbon barrel will outlast most of us, with a life expectancy in the range of 60 to 70 years.
Functional and stylish, these eco-friendly swim trunks are the upgrade you need this summer. They feature a timeless design, athletic fit, an elasticated waist, and each pair is constructed using 100% regenerated nylon fiber from abandoned or spent fishing nets and other reclaimed waste. Available in silver or black, the trunks have a signature D Ring for hanging dry, a back zip pocket, and are finished with laser engraved, corrosion-resistant cordage ends and a double weave side label.
Fits true to size, take your normal size.
15" long, will hang a few inches above the knee.
Riding the line between a dress shoe and a sneaker, the Cole Haan 4.ZERØGRAND Oxford adds infinite versatility to your wardrobe. The shoe features deep flex grooves that maintain the mobility of the original ZERØGRAND sole, while adding a triple-density cushioning platform that increases comfort on the move. The full-length TPU traction pattern delivers excellent grip, while its upper provides a lightweight, conforming fit for extended wear. Merging together athletic performance with a formal aesthetic, the 4.ZG has a modern look and feel that can easily move you from one big moment to the next.
Imagine if the LEGOs you had when you were a kid were computer hardware — and instead of building castles and spaceships, you were building computers. Google's Project Bloks aims to give designers and developers a way to create new tangible programming experiences for the young, and the young at heart.
It definitely isn't the fastest race in the world, but it's still exciting. The Collings Foundation's "Race of the Century" pits historic vehicles of multiple eras against each other, from horse-powered stagecoaches to vintage internal combustion-powered Offys with hundreds of horsepower.
A US Navy Peacoat is an iconic garment that dates back hundreds of years. Rogue Territory took that timeless design and made it their own starting with 13.5oz dark indigo x black weft Japanese denim. They then added raglan sleeves and streamlined hand warmer style welt pockets. Handmade in Los Angeles, it also includes camo printed sateen pocket lining and Urea buttons that were made in Japan.
Sizing: Relaxed fit and designed to fit comfortably with room to layer underneath. Take your normal size or size down if you don't plan to layer.
Care: Indigo will bleed initially, avoid light-colored surfaces. Wash by hand or soak in cold water, hang dry only.
Prioritizing your health with an active lifestyle is tough, but these two drink mixes from Hydrant make things much easier. Immunity offers a balanced blend of key electrolytes, minerals, and over 1000mg of Vitamin C provides hydration and meets your daily wellness needs. And it's also the brand's first product that mixes with hot water — just in time for Fall and Winter. No Sugar Added is a new option as well, perfect for customers with low sugar diets — it has all of the balanced electrolytes, hypotonic osmolality, and great taste as Hydrant's core products, just without any added sugar. Choose from Immunity's Hot Apple Cider or Lemon Ginger flavors, or Pink Grapefruit or Lemonade choices for No Added Sugar.
Presented by Hydrant.
Presented by Hydrant.
Based on Liz Jensen's best-selling novel, a young boy has the worst birthday ever when he suffers a near-fatal fall. Due to his violent and now missing father, played by Aaron Paul, doctors use some unorthodox techniques, leading to some freaky results. The Hills Have Eyes director Alexandre Aja heads the project and is due out September 2, 2016.
Before the fame, before changing the course of music in the 60s, Bob Dylan was 20 years old in New York City. He had been in the city for a few years, playing coffee houses in Greenwich Village and was about to release his first album. This hour-long 1962 interview captures the man before he became the legend — "just a guy with a guitar." Hear the full interview here.