41 years ago, Electric Light Orchestra's second single for their Out of the Blue double album hit the airwaves and made the metallic clang of a fire extinguisher a musical instrument. Out of the Blue, with its classic '70s artwork and Jeff Lynne at his best, would sell over 10 million copies and solidify the band as one of the biggest groups of the biggest era in rock 'n' roll. Celebrating just over four decades, ELO released this trippy animated video to commemorate the occasion and one of Lynne's favorite songs.
The cue cards are just as important to the success of Saturday Night Live as the cast members, weekly hosts, costumes, and sets. So much so, they've actually become a character of their own. The man behind the cards Wally Feresten shares how these handwritten sheets have helped keep the show running since 1975.
50 years ago today, the biggest band in the world put on their final public performance. On the roof of Apple Records' office at 3 Savile Row in London, the Fab Four went out with as big a bang as they came in, putting on an impromptu performance that was one for the ages. This track from the concert is one of their best, from a band that was at their absolute peak.
Scottish BMX rider Kriss Kyle has ridden all over the world, from the castles of Scotland to multiple X Games. Now Kriss takes his talents to the desert, riding over some of the most famous landmarks in the Jewel of the Desert — Dubai.
While attending a friend's wedding, Katy develops superpowers. Or does she? For Patrick Muhlberger's latest short, a bridesmaid ponders the meaning of life while honing her new telekinetic abilities during a coke-fueled panic attack.
El Chapo is one of the world's most notorious drug traffickers. One of the things that made him so successful was his masterful use of tunnels. Not only did he use the sophisticated underground passages as a way to transport drugs across the border, but also to transport himself out of danger and even out of jail.