About five years ago, two self-proclaimed superfans set out to create the ultimate Arrested Development documentary. Compiled of interviews from cast, crew, and other superfans, Neil and Jeff are revealing the absolute official, last, and final trailer, just in time for filming of the fourth season. Let's just hope they're not too chicken to set a release date. Coka-coka-coka-coh.
For more than three decades, the $250,000 Sikorsky Prize has been dangling over the head's of engineering students just out of their reach. To claim the prize, you just have to build a human-powered helicopter that can hover at a height of about 10 feet for a full minute while staying inside a 13-foot box. Sounds simple enough, but it's actually a very difficult achievement. NPR visits the University of Maryland to see a team of students who have their eyes on the Sikorsky Prize.
Not everyone wants to break in their jeans. And for a shortcut to comfort, the 4-way stretch jeans from Mott & Bow are an excellent choice. While most pairs of jeans stretch horizontally over time, Broome jeans from Mott & Bow stretch both horizontally and vertically. These jeans were introduced more than a year ago and sold out on two separate occasions. Now, after a year-long wait, they are finally back and available in Dark Blue or Medium Blue. As always Mott & Bow will ship two waist sizes at no extra charge to make sure you get the right fit -- just send back the pair that doesn't fit at no additional cost.
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More formal than their original yellow boot, although still casual enough for everyday wear, the Timberland Kendrick Boot is versatile enough to fit in anywhere. An upper crafted from premium full-grain leather paired with recycled rubber lug outsoles form a stylish silhouette, while an OrthoLite insole provides comfort for all-day wear. The lace-up front offers the look of a classic trench boot, but a convenient side-zip allows for a swift getaway.
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Legendary comedians Bill Hicks and George Carlin give their auto-tuned perspective on life in John D. Boswell's remixed tribute The Big Electron.