With most of the country under stay-at-home orders, some of the most populated cities look like a scene out of a movie. San Francisco is one of them. In this drone video by Space Race Studio's Dan Denegre, he captures the eerily empty streets and boarded-up storefronts during a fly-though of high-traffic areas like Fisherman's Wharf, Union Square, Chinatown, and Haight Street.
It's a legend you can hold in your hand — a completely hand-carved Toyota Land Cruiser. Watch how a master craftsman creates the 4x4 using hand tools in this vid from Woodworking Art.
Roslyn School District Superindentent Dr. Frank Tassone has spent his career building the Long Island school system into one of the best in the country — fourth best. But a student reporter digs up evidence of an embezzlement scheme that goes bad decades, forcing Dr. Frank to try and get himself — and everyone else — out of a massive hole. Starring Hugh Jackman, Allison Janney, and Ray Romano, Bad Education premieres April 25 on HBO.
The vast majority of the new Land Rover Defenders will never touch anything more stressful than the occasional gravel driveway. But what makes Land Rover is the knowledge that even if you don't use it to its full potential, that potential is still there. Carfection traveled to Nambia to put the new Defender through its paces — and it absolutely lives up to its legendary name.
Following up Bad Witch, Nine Inch Nails just released a surprise double album — and it's available for free from the band's website and their YouTube page. Ghosts V - VI is a response to our current time — the first album's eight tracks are "for when things seem like it might all be okay," while the second is decidedly darker — the band saying simply that "you'll figure it out" according to the accompanying post on their site. An ode to the times, here's your soundtrack for the coming apocalypse.
This just might be the most demanding critic in the history of movies — when it comes to reviewing films set in space. Retired Air Force Colonel and former astronaut Chris Hadfield sat down with Vanity Fair to review films from Gravity to WALL-E with the insight that only being there can provide.