There's nothing in the world like your mom's cooking. Childhood memories of family gathered around the dinner table, everyone happy to be together — OK, that sounds more like an Andy Griffith episode. While it probably wasn't like that all the time, we all have our childhood favorites. Matty Matheson shows you how to make one of his, trout almondine with finger potatoes and green beans.
Intoxicating. Surprising. Controversial. These have all been used to describe the art of Jeff Koons. His work has had such an impact, the Museum of Contemporary Art held a gala to honor the artist, featuring this Scarlett Johansson-narrated documentary. With commentary from George Condo, Pharrell, Frank Gehry, Larry Gagosian, and Dakis Joannou., the eight-minute film takes a look back childhood and his early days as an artist, while also taking a closer look at what went into some of his most recognizable pieces.
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The result of three years of research and millions of data points, the Casper Wave is a breakthrough in mattress design. Underneath its handsome exterior, you'll find the new, proprietary Natural Geometry System. It uses five layers of foam to mimic the natural contours of your body at 36 specific points, adjusting naturally to your shoulders and hips without sacrificing support, and keeping your spine properly aligned. Like the original, it uses open-cell foams to keep you cool at night. Designed and assembled in the USA.
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Neill Blomkamp has dropped the first film in his experimental sci-fi series Oats Studios. Starring Sigourney Weaver, the short takes place in a dystopian Texas in the not too distance future where lizard-like aliens have taken over Earth and our minds. If you like what you see, you can donate to the project and possibly help get these shorts made into feature films.
It's widely considered to be one of the worst films of all time. It's also become a strange phenomenon, inspiring public screenings complete with costumes, crowds shouting dialogue, and references to inside jokes in the film. If it's so bad, why do people love The Room? Vox asked author Tom Bissell what makes people so drawn to terrible movies, and what that indicates to others in our social lives.