When Kiefer Sutherland is baking up some cupcakes, you know they're going to be explosive. Jack Bauer sort of returns to uncover the secret to a tasty confectionary, in real time.
The Ohio State University Marching Band powered-up their Buckeyes to a 63-38 win over Nebraska with their recreation of video game classics.
Long before it became the party drug of choice with over 10 million users in the 1970s and 80s, cocaine and the unprocessed coca leaf were an essential part of the development of indigenous South American cultures. Cocaïn: History & Culture tells the story of the infamous substance, including the period in the 1880s when the Surgeon-General of the US Army endorsed it for medical use, and the "family friendly" drink known as Coca-Cola — with syrup derived from coca leaves — made its debut. A fascinating examination of cocaine's history, the 184-page book is presented in full color and includes vintage advertisements and examples of its influence, from famous users to film and television illustrations like Scarface and Narcos.
Airlines are notorious for denting and dinging luggage. Rather than trying to hide the abuse, Crash Baggage embraces the destruction with their pre-damaged designs. Their suitcases are made from lightweight polycarbonate that's been molded to look like it's been through the trenches, but is actually durable enough to withstand future wear and tear. It's fitted with four multi-directional double wheels and a trolly handle for easy maneuvering through the terminal while its carry on-friendly size and internal storage pockets can hold up to five days worth of clothes.
Height: 21.6" / Width: 15.8" / Depth: 7.9" / Weight: 6.3 lbs / Capacity: 40L
Jeremy Williams' tilt-shifted tour of a shrunken San Francisco.
Oh yeah, buddy. He did it and he loved it. Miniature mountain biker Malcolm provides some adorable commentary as he shreds through the Hellion trail at the Highland Mountain Bike Park for the first time.
Created to celebrate BioLite's co-founding of climate change nonprofit Climate Neutral, the Carbon CampStove 2 includes the versatile burner and attachments to make it even more useful. Like the standard version, the smokeless stove creates up to 3 watts of continuous power from the fire's heat to charge cell phones or other devices, with a built-in battery for storing energy — this time in black — with an LED dashboard giving feedback on fire strength, power, and fan levels. Four fan speeds offer control over the flames, and it still runs on any renewable biomass, like sticks and twigs. The Carbon bundle includes a portable grill with room for up to four burgers, a stainless steel KettlePot for soups, stews, and boiling water that doubles as a carrying case for the CampStove, and a USB-powered FlexLight. In short, everything you need to cook meals out in the wilderness, keep your gadgets charged up, and make your way around a dark campsite, with 10% of all sales going towards non-profit Climate Neutral.
Height: 8.25" / Diameter: 5.0" / Weight: 7 lbs. 3 oz. / Liquid Capacity: 51 oz. / Battery Capacity: 2600 mAh
A plain white tee should be comfortable, durable, and stylish. The Bread & Boxers Crew Neck T-shirt checks all of those boxes. Made from 180 GSM single jersey, their version of the classic features a slightly heavier fabric that's incredibly soft and won't show through. Its slim fit and invisible neckline creates a clean, tailored look when worn alone but also works well for layering with a sweater or jacket.