Cooking isn't new to video games, but few have placed as much importance or done it as well as Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The open-world adventure gives Link the tools to make some tasty dishes and helpful potions with just a wok and campfire. Babish grabs his own wok, goat butter and some strange fruit and heads outside to recreate a few recipes from Zelda.
Capturing polar bears in their natural setting is a rare event. Because they make their home on the sea ice of the Arctic Circle, photographers must endure -30ºC temperatures, frozen terrain, and equipment failures to get a glimpse of the maritime bear — but those who do get big rewards. Filmmakers Abraham Joffe and Dom West describe the difficulties of shooting on Earth's northernmost territory and the payoff that comes along with it.
Pack and travel smarter with this sleek, minimalist luggage. All Radens are protected by an unbreakable hard shell designed to withstand impact and equipped with a removable USB battery that will fully charge your phone up to five times. Whether it's gliding effortlessly through your travels with 4 double-spinning Japanese Hinomoto wheels, decorating your bag with 5 free stickers post-purchase, or the peace of mind provided by the 5-year warranty, Raden will keep you charged and in-pursuit of a better experience.
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The Timex brand goes back more than 160 years to Waterbury, CT, and the original headquarters is part of the inspiration behind the Waterbury World Time watch. Powered by Intelligent Quartz technology, which allows it to tell more than just time on an analog dial, the Waterbury is a natural choice for travelers with its ability to display time zones for 24 major cities around the world. It also boasts a stainless steel case, INDIGLO night-light, and water resistance up to 100 meters. Available in cream or black and green, it's a fresh take on an enduring classic.
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Percussionist Greg Ellis has a problem with music. The mechanization of music, starting with the modern metronome in over 200 years ago, has robbed it of its soul. With tools like computers and the ability to sample or autotune anything and make it perfect, the nuance and artistry of music are being lost. In interviews with some of the best percussionists in the world, Greg Ellis is out to make the case against soulless sounds.
Thom Yorke made a mistake. Thom got lost trying to play Radiohead's "Videotape" at a concept in London — and unknowingly set off a firestorm of speculation among Radiohead fans. Warren Lain, musician and music teacher, put together a 38-minute video on the subject of "Videotape" being syncopated — in a really strange way. This is the story of a seemingly simple song with a not-so-simple rhythm.