The 2018 winter has been one for the ages in the northeastern US. With temperatures regularly in the negative for weeks at a time, if it can freeze, it's frozen. Off the coast of North Falmouth, Massachusetts, something unexpected froze — a huge swath of the Atlantic Ocean.
From glorious cheese pulls to tutorials of popular film dishes, the internet is full of videos about food. Although some reign supreme. With one clocking in at over 90 million views, chef and TV host Matty Matheson takes a look at some of the most consumed videos on the web.
Inspired by military watches and classic divers, the Navi Ocean Watch from Timex is a standout member of the Pioneers collection. The timepiece boasts a highly legible black dial with Arabic numeral hour markers, a ring to note military time, luminous hands, and a quick date feature. It's powered by quartz movement while the rotating bezel features an elapsed time scale, and the crown is protected by crown guards for extra security. Each Navi Ocean is finished with a brown leather strap stonewashed in Italy.
Diameter: 38mm / Lug width: 18mm / Depth rating: 100 meters
The Diver Blue from Bell & Ross is versatile enough for a formal affair and sporty enough for your next subaquatic adventure. The timepiece leads with the iconic Bell & Ross square case — made of satin-polished stainless-steel — which frames the more traditional unidirectional round bezel and dial. The dark navy dial features Super-Luminova filled numerals, applied indices, along with metal skeletonized hands for peak visibility on land or in the dark depths of the sea. The Blue is powered by caliber BR-CAL.302 automatic movement and finished with interchangeable blue rubber and ultra-resilient black synthetic fabric straps.
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Undercover spy. Blonde bangs. Licence to kill. Jennifer Lawrence is giving us major Atomic Blonde vibes in her first reunion with Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence. Based on the novel by Jason Matthews, Lawrence is a prima ballerina turned deadly assassin after being recruited for Sparrow School. Set for theaters March 2, 2018.
In 1881, William Wirt Winchester dies of tuberculosis, four months after his father, the founding of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. Two years later, his wife Sarah began building what came to be known as the Winchester Mystery House — famous for its never-ending construction until Sarah's death in 1922. Claiming she was hounded by the spirits of those killed by Winchester arms, Sarah never stopped construction on the advice of a medium. Winchester: The House that Ghosts Built is her story, and comes to theaters February 2, 2018.