Earlier in 2019, Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, and the New England Patriots won their sixth Super Bowl title, tying them with the Pittsburgh Steelers for most all-time. A history-making occasion deserved a history-making championship ring, and the NFL didn't disappoint, tasking Josten's to create the largest Super Bowl ring ever. Weighing in with 9.85 carats of precious stones, it makes the team's 2001 ring look downright modest.
Companies have been trying to recreate the precise mechanical movement of Rolex for decades. While previous attempts have been easily detected, a current knock-off is scary good. An expert at Watchfinder & Co.does a side-by-side comparison of a real Rolex Cosmograph Daytona 116500LN and a $1,270 replica to demonstrate just how far watch forgery has come and the difficulty of detecting a fake.
With the new Dylan documentary Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese coming up, it's only appropriate to revisit one of the best sets from the infamous tour. With the disillusionment of the 70s settling in, Dylan hit the road for an intimate tour — and got a lot more than everyone involved bargained for.
If you've never watched Dark do so now because the apocalypse must come. The underrated Netflix series first premiered in December of 2017 and is making its return this summer. Season two will go back to the small German town of Winden and its time-traveling residents as they navigate through 2019, 1986, 1953, and now a post-apocalyptic 2052. Dark continues streaming on June 21, 2019.
Hatidze is the last female bee-hunter in Europe. Living alone in a deserted village, Hatidze makes her way up a cliff in Macedonia to collect honeycomb from a colony of bees, without gloves or smoke or the trappings of modern beekeeping. But when a migrant family moves in with seven children and 150 cows, things change — and Hatidze has to adapt and educate her new neighbors.
On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, 97-year-old veteran Tom Rice parachutes into Normandy to recreate his original landing. Rice served in the Army's 101st Airborne Division and jumped out of a C-47 Douglas during the World War II invasion. His return to France was much different this time, with the vet describing his recent jump as "perfect."