Greenpeace wants jumps on the Mark Zuckerberg hate wagon, explaining how Facebook needs to stop using coal power.
Director Werner Herzog recounts the day when he watched Joaquin Phoenix flip his car, then proceeded to save him from the wreckage.
Made with a soft waffle-knit cotton lining, this hoodie might be the most comfortable thing you'll wear this fall. Part of the C.C.F. line from Filson that honors its founder Clinton C. Filson, the waffle lined hoodie is made with hard-working men in mind, made with durable cotton and a tough polyester shell that will hold its shape. It's built to stand up to the toughest work environments but is also perfect for a lazy weekend around the house. Each hoodie is finished with a heavy-duty front zipper, adjustable hood, and handwarmer pockets.
Sizing: Comfortably True to Size / Size Down if in Doubt
One thing is certain, Tim Gray wants to be like Tim Burton.
Over 1500 hours of stop-motion Legos and one Nintendo-worthy song.
Invented in the 1800s, the percolator remains a campsite favorite thanks to its ability to brew without electricity. This model was designed for exactly that. Its 18/8 stainless steel construction makes it both rugged and relatively lightweight, with a six-cup capacity perfect for groups and a silicone grip to protect your hands after it comes off the fire. It's also dishwasher safe — not that you'll find many of those in the wilderness — and is naturally BPA-free.
Height: 8.50" / Width: 4.65" / Length: 8.11" / Weight: 1.30 lbs.
Considered by many to be the best songwriter of all-time, Bob Dylan is photographed here in 1965 at the peak of his powers. Taken by Dezo Hoffman, the black and white image captures a brooding Dylan wearing his trademark black sunglasses just weeks before the infamous Newport Folk Festival set where he went electric. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood black frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 16" x 20"
Large / 20" x 24"