The Best Animated Feature category wasn't created solely to hand Pixar Oscars — although they've definitely dominated. From traditional, stop-motion, and anime to computer animation, the award has gone to a variety of deserving films. With the Oscars almost here, here's every Best Animated Feature winner since its inception in 2001.
There have been lots of changes in how we listen to music since the vinyl record was the dominant format. From records to cassettes to CDs and finally the mp3, how we store music has evolved, but the process of making a record has stayed basically the same since the early 1900s. With this in mind, a group of people is bringing record manufacturing out of the dark ages and into the 21st century.
With more than 30% more stretch than regular denim, these jeans from DUER are so comfortable, you'll never want to take them off. Each pair melds versatility, comfort, and function to create what will soon become your favorite pair of jeans. They help you stay cool all day long without restricting your movement, so they're perfect for biking, hiking, or just a typical day at the office. The jeans are available in multiple colors in slim, straight, and relaxed fits and are finished with a signature gusset and antibacterial properties.
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Powered by high capacity 60-volt lithium-ion batteries, the new Greenworks 25-in self-propelled, cordless lawn mower features the industry's largest cutting width and delivers better-than-gas performance without the noise, fumes, or harmful emissions. The mower is also equipped with the industry's only dual-port auto switchover technology, so when one battery depletes, the mower automatically switches to the second battery for longer, uninterrupted runtime. The self-propelled drive system with variable speed control reduces fatigue, and the 2-in-1-discharge mode allows you to bag or mulch. Each mower is also equipped with a steel cutting deck, seven cutting heights, on-board battery indicator and EZ Fold handles for compact storage.
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Presented by Greenworks.
The New England Confectionery Company, or Necco, has been kicking out the most popular Valentine's Day candy since 1901: Sweethearts. The little heart-shaped candies with the love-themed sayings are as ubiquitous on February 14th as flowers and chocolate, to the tune of over 2 billion per year. Refinery 29 goes to the heart of Valentine's Day for a behind-the-scenes look at how Necco creates its famous candy.
By day, Iceland is well-known for its rugged terrain and clear, stunning vistas. By night, that same harsh countryside softens into something almost alien — nearly unrecognizable from its daylit counterpart. The OZZO Photography crew captured Iceland under a full moon, and with a little help from the Northern Lights, presents a rarely seen side of the island nation.
Light enough for active wear. Subtle enough for a day around town. Topo Designs' Tech Pants are built to tackle everyday adventures. They're made from water-repellent 2-way stretch nylon and given a trim, straight fit. Large patch pockets hold essentials up front, while the rear pockets have an inner zip wallet security pocket. An adjustable quick-release T-Lock belt with chalk bag loop and cinch cord locks at the ankles keep sitting on your waist and, if necessary, above any water.
Materials: 96% nylon, 4% spandex 2-way stretch nylon with a water repellent finish
Pure and honest, Frama's Apothecary Conditioner nourishes and hydrates strands with natural ingredients. The lightweight formula softens and detangles hair using active proteins and essential oils while the signature scent, made from sandalwood, cedar wood, and ylang ylang, leaves behind a clean, unisex fragrance. Pairs well with Frama Apothecary Shampoo.
El-P and Killer Mike took over NPR's Tiny Desk for a live show so big it almost didn't fit the room. The two comprise supergroup Run the Jewels, known for their scathing brand of activist hip-hop that has evolved to be louder and better with each album since 2013. The duo brought three songs from their latest EP RTJ3 to NPR's Washington, D.C. office for 11 of the best minutes from the hip-hop underground.
If you're going to set world speed records on a production mountain bike, you need a few things: A complete lack of fear, a good bike, and a very funny looking aerodynamic suit. Max Stöckl broke his own 2011 speed record, running down a 45° gravel slope in Chile's Atacama desert. Max topped just over 103 MPH on the run, breaking his old record of 102 MPH down the side of a volcano in Nicaragua.