Make sure Met Life isn't the only memorable venue from Super Bowl Sunday by building your own Snack Stadium out of guacamole, hummus, beef sticks, chips, veggies, and sandwiches. It's a guaranteed win, which is far more than we can say for the halftime show.
Don't sit in the back. The folks at Head Squeeze break down the science of conflicting sensory signals that lead to getting car sick - or air sick or sea sick. And if you can't sit in the front, have some ginger to settle your stomach.
Give your skin a healing shot of absinthe. This "Green Fairy" lotion works wonders: With shea butter and oils of sunflower, coconut, sweet almond, and patchouli, this hand and body lotion seeps deep into your skin for a soothing, invigorating refresh. And it calms the senses as much as it does the skin, with a light scent of absinthe and marjoram (the latter has pine and citrus qualities). Apply as needed to clean hands, feet, and body, avoiding the face.
Gentle and cleansing, this shampoo is made from a blend of foaming agents that remove anything unwanted from your hair and scalp while keeping natural oils intact. The blend includes essential oils like Lavender and Rosemary, which aid in dryness and conditioning. There's also a hydrating combo of Geranium and Sandalwood to help balance and moisturize your hair while giving off a clean, earthy scent. The shampoo is best suited for dry to normal hair types.
In 1927, Claude Friese-Greene travelled across the UK with his new-fangled color film camera. He ended the trip by filming in London. Simon Smith has recreated Claude's London shots by following in his exact footsteps with modern equipment, and edited the two sequences together side-by-side, giving us a glimpse of how little (or how much) London has changed over the last 80 years.
Practically everyone has seen some slo-mo footage of a giant bird swooping down to the water to catch a fishy snack. The tables are turned in this short video of a tiger fish snatching a swallow right out of the air.
There is perhaps no better tee than that of the Sunspel Classic T-Shirt. Continuously refined by Sunspel for over 100 years to adapt to improving fabrics, better manufacturing techniques, and changes in style trends, it's the pinnacle of t-shirt making. Made in Sunspel's renowned Long Eaton factory, it's cut from long staple Pima cotton that allows for extreme softness, and is cut to suit most all body types with little fuss. It's equally stylish around the house on the weekends or under a leather jacket while out and about.
100% Pima Cotton / Designed & Made in England / Take Your Normal Size
Frank Sinatra made his debut at the Sands Hotel and Casino in 1953. The iconic performer grew to love the place so much, he bought a share in the hotel himself not much later and in 1960 it became legendary when Ocean's 11 was shot at the hotel. Shot in 1965, this framed print finds Sinatra preparing for a performance with the Count Basie Band at the Sands with a stiff drink and a cigarette. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood black or white frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 20" x 16"
Large / 24" x 20"
If you ever have to travel through the Orion Arm of the Milky Way Galaxy, the Interstellar Safety Council wants you to have the facts on human beings. Just in case you have interact with them. That said, you're probably better off avoiding them entirely.