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  • 30 Women Who Will Dominate 2015

    Each year around this time we publish our annual 30 Women Who Will Dominate and it always seems to be one of the most popular RSVLTS stories of the year. Looking back on our previous lists (2013 and 2014) we must admit, the list was totally spot on, introducing you to current superstars like Nina Agdal, Melanie Iglesias,  Behati Prinsloo, Hannah Davis, Emily Ratajkowski, who more than a year after our 2013 list went out starred in the music video for Blurred Lines and was named woman of the year by both Esquire and GQ. Long story short, our annual list of 30 Women Who Will Dominate does a great job of predicting the new crop of beautiful women who are looking to steal the spotlight from Kate Upton, Nina Agdal, Candice Swanepoel and the other superstars featured almost everyday on your favorite websites. For the past few months we’ve been monitoring the web for women who are poised to have a breakout year in 2014. These are the future stars of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit issue, Victoria’s Secret, Beach Bunny and the Hot 100 lists that we’ve come to know and love. Without further adieu here is our break out stars for 2015. Share this story with your friends: Tweet  

  • Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Takes a Dip Into the Future

    The gang is back, sans Cusack, and they’re all very successful, internet inventing, pop song stealing, beautiful mane of hair having men. Then they decide to take another dip, this time traveling in to the future, and it looks like it isn’t what they thought it would be. Everything has a timeline of success and it looks like their good luck eventually runs out. Check it out in the new Trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2.

  • This Poster Is The Ultimate Cocktail Guide

    You’re hosting a holiday party, you have all the finest booze, all the mixers, ad you even have a variety of bitters. But then you realize you don’t actually know how to make any drinks. Your guests are asking for a Rusty Nail and a Harvey Wallbanger and you start to fumble with your phone in desperation. But your fingers, soaked with sweat, slip and slide all over your touchscreen. You drop your phone, breaking the screen. Next thing you know, you’re crying on the floor and your guests head over to Todd’s house because he used to tend bar and he knows how to make every cocktail. Damn you, Todd. If the preceding scenario is all too familiar to you, perhaps you should invest in this cocktail poster. Including 35 of the most popular cocktails, the poster also features pictured of the glass shape along with diagrams breaking down the individual ingredients, mixing proportions, and the way of preparation. Check out the order page at Cocktail Poster. It just might save your social life.

  • The 10 Most Instagrammed Places in 2014

    Instagram is now the absolute standard in social media photography and with that comes a certain geotagging, especially when hashtags are involved. PetaPixel obtained the most Instagrammed locations in the world from their archived data and the results are more than surprising. It’s no shocker sports arenas/stadiums make the list 3 times, but it’s the actual stadiums that are surprising. Yankee Stadium and MSG top the entire list, but Dodger stadium comes in at a far higher ranking. Most likely because they sell out nearly every game at over 47,0000 people in attendance every home game (81 total) which adds up to 3,782,337 people. Now it makes sense. Take a look at the top 10 most Instagrammed locations in the world in 2014. 10. The Dubai Mall, Dubai, United Arab Emirates #thedubaimall#dubai#dubaimallwaterfall#dubaifountain#дубай#дубаймолл#фонтан A photo posted by Елена Павлишина (@lemusik2013) on Nov 11, 2014 at 7:58am PST 9. Yankee Stadium, New York, New York I hope we don't have to wait another 150 years for a day that fun. #latergram #yankeestadium #rivalry150 #newyorkcity A photo posted by Missy Capone (@misfitcap) on Nov 11, 2014 at 12:29pm PST 8. Madison Square Garden, New York, New York 7. Red Square, Moscow, Russia At more »

  • The 6 Wildest Stories From Leonardo DiCaprio’s Long, Party-Filled History [Link]

    Leonard DiCaprio has been in the news after he was recently seen leaving a Miami nightclub with 20 women. Not bad for a 40-year-old who’s never won an Oscar. But that’s just one of many wild stories about Leo. Check out this look at his history with the ladies, including tales from when he was a member of the “pussy posse” with buddies Tobey Maguire and Lukas Haas (remember that dude?).

  • Ebola Fighters are TIME Magazine’s choice for ‘Person of the Year 2014′

    The epidemic that struck Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Mali took the world by storm in 2014. It’s unprecedented outbreak, while deplorably fatal, didn’t stop doctors and nurses from traveling into the belly of the beast to help a region in dire distress. With minimal resources and precautions, volunteers from across the globe risked their lives and rejection from reentering their native country to help the Ebola epidemic any way they could. While the rest of the world watched in terror, unknown the reality of the situation, because of confusion in the media, “the special forces of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), the Christian medical-relief workers of Samaritan’s Purse and many others from all over the world fought side by side with local doctors and nurses, ambulance drivers and burial teams.” as told by TIME. “The rest of the world can sleep at night because a group of men and women are willing to stand and fight. For tireless acts of courage and mercy, for buying the world time to boost its defenses, for risking, for persisting, for sacrificing and saving, the Ebola fighters are TIME’s 2014 Person of the Year.” The Ebola Fighters are TIME’s Person more »


    With the new year coming, you may be looking to make a change in your life. And one of the biggest changes you can make is moving to a different city. But in this vast country of ours, where should you head? Vocativ has come up with the 35 Best Cities For People Under 35. Using their “Livability Index” which ranks each city in categories like demographics, housing, transportation, and food, they’ve come up with a list with a variety of choices, including many that don’t often make the cut on these types of lists. Have you ever considered Garland, Texas or Winston-Salem, North Carolina? Maybe you should. Hell, even if you’re not looking to move, it’s nice to see where your city ranks just for bragging rights. Unless your city didn’t rank, in which case you should probably start packing your bags. Check out THE LIVABILITY INDEX: THE 35 BEST U.S. CITIES FOR PEOPLE 35 AND UNDER at Vocativ

  • Insane Person Rides Motorcycle Down a Roller Coaster, Because Red Bull

    Riding a motorcycle down the street might be considered dangerous enough for some of us, but not Red Bull. French legend of moto trials, Julien Dupont decided that he wanted to be a part of “Red Bull Roller Coaster”, a trial run that includes Julien riding through a wooden coaster. A wooden roller coaster in Mexico. A wooden roller coaster in Mexico City. Not only is that dangerous enough for the most daring of daredevils, but Dupont decides to throw in a couple of back flips in there on the narrow track. The famed 108ft-tall Montaña Rusa coaster is a 50-year-old wooden ride at La Feria de Chapultepec amusement park in Mexico City. Dupont flips and falls through the drops and turns of the coaster most would second guess riding on a cart grounded by tracks. For Julen’s next trick he’ll be driving his motorcycle directly into a volcano.

  • UFC Before And After Photos Are Tough To Look At [15 Photos]

    Obviously UFC fighters are not familiar with Ron Burgundy’s one and only rule of fighting: No touching of the hair or face. Which is a shame, because maybe, just maybe, if they followed that rule they wouldn’t all suffer from disgustingly enormous cauliflower ears. Oh well. At least looking through these pictures you can feel happy that when you came to that fork in the path between UFC champion and desk jockey, you opted for the latter. Unless you didn’t, in which case you may want to take up the valiant battle cry “Not in the face!”

  • The 24 Best Movie Posters of 2014

    The art of a good movie poster is a dying one, with marketing focus groups pumping out ubiquitous information on what colors and graphics drawin a consumers eye, movie art is quickly becoming cookie cutter. With action movie art sharing so many qualities it’s hard to tell them apart, some brave flicks are choosing to go against the grain and sticking out (in the best of ways). Here are our choices for best movie posters of 2014.

  • This Disabled Tortoise Was Fitted With A Lego Wheelchair

    Blade the tortoise suffers from a growth disorder that progressed to the point where his own limbs became so weak, he couldn’t hold himself up. German veterinarian Dr. Carsten Plischke was inspired by his son’s Lego collection to build a wheelchair for Blade using the popular toy. Just six pieces were used to give Blade mobility, attached to the bottom of his shell. Not only can Blade move around again, he can also rebuild the muscles in his limbs by scooting about on his Lego wheelchair. Hopefully he never falls at the top of a hill…

  • A Punk Rock Record Producer Captures Southern California Life From The 60s Through The 80s In This Incredible Photo Book

    Glen Lockett, more widely known as Spot, became famous for the albums he produced while working for iconic punk label SST Records. From 1979 through the 80s he worked on albums for The Descendants, Black Flag, Minor Threat, Hüsker Dü and countless others. But what many music fans may not realize is that Spot was also a photojournalist for Hermosa Beach weekly newspaper Easy Reader. For the first time ever, Spot’s photos, capturing the skate and punk culture of Southern California, have been collected in hardcover. Sounds of Two Eyes Opening-Southern California Life: Skate/Beach/Punk 1969-1982 features 272 pages of photo printed on matte paper with 4-color black-and-white printing and lay flat binding. Check out some sample photos below and order the Slipcase Edition from Sinecure Books complete with a 7″ picture disk of Spot’s “Too Wise To Crack” with silk screened art by Ed Templeton, a 2-sided poster, and a high-quality print from the book, for just $49.95.

  • The Evolution of the Holiday Party

    The holiday party is the most sought after seasonal party of them all. In the office it’s an inhibitions to the wind, non judgmental, boozefest where good times hare had and sometimes habitual lines are crossed. At home it’s an eggnog and hot spiked apple cider induced party that includes plenty of *NSYNC Christmas music, ugly Christmas sweaters and again inhibitions to the wind. Don’t ya just love the holidays? This inforgraphic by ebay in collaboration with Column Five, shows the different drinks, music, fashion trends and food through the past six decades of holiday partying.

  • Routine Traffic Stops Turn into a Wonderful Holiday Surprise

    This holiday season the police department of Lowell, MI had a little surprise for the people of their city. After a routine stop the officer’s of the city would engage in a little holiday conversation and inquire about what family members wanted for the holiday season, the officer would repeat and a team waiting a nearby department store would purchase the items at hand, wrap them then send them over to the unknowing civilians. While the police department of Lowell doesn’t encourage minor traffic violations they did approach the holiday season showing the people of their town that they care brilliantly.

  • Jack White Transforms Your Android Into A View-Master

    Jack White is always looking for ways to innovate. Earlier this year, the “Ultra LP” of his Lazaretto vinyl featured tracks at three different speeds, dual-groove technology that played different versions of songs depending on where the needle drops, hidden tracks beneath the labels, and even a hand-etched hologram. So what could he do next? Yesterday White released his Third-D app for Android. Using the Google cardboard VR headset, viewers are immersed in 3D stereoscopic videos of “Freedom 21″ and “Ball and Biscuit” recorded at a recent performance at Fenway Park and “Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground” recorded at a recent Red Rocks show. The Google Cardboard works like an old View-Master toy, where two images come together to form one three-dimensional image. And to add to add to the immersive experience, the music has been recorded in Dolby Atmos. Learn how to build your own headset for your 5″ or 6″ Android device at Google Cardboard then download the app from Google Play.

  • The Most Insane Ski Line Ever Is A Big Nope [Video]

    Red Bull has done the impossible: They’ve created a ski film even better than the 1991 classic Ski School. Days of My Youth was filmed over two years and features incredible shots that make you feel like you’re the one on the skis and not just some lazy bum watching other people do fun things while you sit on your couch with your laptop and an Utz Barrel of Cheese Balls. One such insane scene features Cody Townsend’s line of the year. A lesser man would kill himself navigating the same crevice. A much lesser man would spill his cheese balls and wet his pants.

  • 10 Mouthwatering Cheeseburgers Inspired by 10 American Cities

    The Cheese and Burger Society was created by Wisconsin’s milk marketing board to pay tribute to the state’s unbelievable line-up for cheeses. If you’ve never had authentic Wisconsin cheese curds you haven’t lived. In addition to all things cheese the society created a website called cheeseandburger.com that features mouthwatering burger recipes from across the U.S. of A. So far 40 burgers have been profiled, which you can view here, and we’ve narrowed the list down to 10 that are inspired by American cities.

  • Shake Shack + Breakfast Sandwich = New Elated Reality

    Christmas, hanukkah, Kwanza and Festivus come early. How early? Between the hours of 7 AM to 10:30 AM on weekdays at the Grand Central Terminal Shake Shack. That’s right Shake Shack breakfast can now be had at it’s first Manhattan location, until today’s announcement the burger joint only a breakfast menu at it’s JFK Airport locations. The announcement makes complete sense for it’s Grand Central location which accounts for tens of thousands of daily foot traffic. The menu will have a sausage egg n’ cheese sandwich, an applewood-smoked bacon egg n’ cheese sandwich, and a simple egg n’ cheese sandwich. The meat versions will cost $4.75 while the meatless egg n’ cheese will cost $3.75 served on the usual potato rolls with American cheese. Shack Shack will also have hot drip and cold brew coffee, as well as hot breakfast teas. The full menu can be seen below.

  • This 3D Street Art Hurts Our Brains [20 Photos]

    We’re big fans of street art, but anamorphic street art is on a totally different level. For you uncultured dolts, anamorphic art is two-dimensional but appears three-dimensional when viewed from a certain angle. Street artists will often employ shading techniques and tactical placement, such as where two walls meet, in order to accomplish the illusion. One of the most famous proponents of anamorphic street art is Portugese artsist Odeith. Beginning his career in the 80s as a graffiti artist, Odeith’s adept use of shading and perspective eventually led to the development of his anamorphic style. If you look at the photos in the gallery, you can see where the walls meet and get an understanding of how Odeith accomplishes the 3D look. But then you look down and realize that the illusion extends onto the floor. Then your brain melts. For more great pieces, including anamorphic and standard murals, check out Odeith.

  • Relive 2014, YouTube Style [Video]

    From “Get Happy” to the ALS ice bucket challenge to those real-life, functional Wolverine claws, YouTube has once again compiled all the most viral moments from the past year into one “star”-studded video. And now I have every stupid song from 2014 stuck in my head. Thanks a lot, YouTube.

  • I Spent One Day Experiencing the Future of Movies, and It Was Full of 4-D Katnisses and Virtual-Reality Narwhals [Link]

    3D movies have been around for more than half a century, but it wasn’t until they went high-def and IMAX supersized in recent years that the technology became more than just a silly novelty for campy horror movies. And we’ve really enjoyed the 3D experience for the last few years. However, we move at a fast pace these days, and 3D is already becoming stale. What’s next? 4D of course! Regal has now opened its first 4DX theater in Los Angeles, complete with rumbling seats, scents, and simulated elements to immerse you in the onscreen world. But is the $27 ticket price worth it?

  • Top 10 Countries To Visit In 2015 [Infographic]

    2015 is just a few weeks away, so it’s time to start making your plans for the new year. But if you’re having trouble deciding where in the world you should visit next year, let Lonely Planet help you out. The knowledgeable travel experts have revealed their top 10 countries to visit. Some are hidden gems, others are hosting big celebrations next year, but all of them are places not to miss. And for a quick overview of the top 10, check out this infographic with info about can’t-miss attractions.

  • 27 Of the Best Christmas Tree Ornaments You Can Buy Online

      This season spruce up your spruce with some of the best ornaments the internet’s ever seen. Who knew Hallmark was so badass? They’re responsible for half of the ornaments on this list, from Christmas Vacation to A Christmas Story to Back to the Future’s DeLorean, Hallmark isn’t screwing around with holiday season ornaments. These ain’tcha grandma’s Christmas decorations, this is the definitive list of Christmas tree ornaments to hang on your tree this year. Santaur, nuffsaid.   Christmas Vacation Squirrel Cousin Eddie Margot and Todd Yoda Santaur Horse Head Ralphie Leg Lamp You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out Krampus Mr. Hankey Cornelius “The Immaculate Reception” The DeLorean Peyton Jaws with Barrells Sloth Dr. Who Police Box Stewie Naked Peter Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Office Space Milton and His Stapler Darth Vader Peekbuster Dwight Shroot Bobblehead

  • 35 Bootleg DVD Fails

    To be fair, although these are all fails as far as translations go, some of them are happy accidents that would make for much better movies than what they’re supposed to be. Game of Thrones with Thor? Incredible Hulk with King Kong? Star Wars with Arnold Schwarzenegger? These bootleggers should be Hollywood producers!

  • 15 Inappropriate Uses Of Comic Sans

    Comic sans is a perfectly good font to use if you’re seven years old and making a shitty, clip-art cluttered card for your parents that they’ll hang on the refrigerator until you forget about it and they can throw it out. But if you’re an NBA star, LeBron James for instance, and you’re wearing a shirt to protest a serious issue, perhaps one that says “I can’t breathe,” you probably shouldn’t go with comic sans. Last night, LeBron James made such a faux pas, but he is in no way the first. There have been plenty of egregious uses of the font since it’s creation over 20 years ago. Here are a few especially shocking examples of unintended levity. Rape, electrocution, and death never seemed so silly!

  • Incredible Drone Footage Of Iceland [Video]

    The quality in this video is so good, it must have been made with professional equipment, for an absurd amount out of reach of any hobbyist, right? Nah. It was all done with a DJI Phantom 2 and GoPro Hero4 Silver. The video was shot in 30fps then slowed to 24fps in post to give it an ethereal quality. Also, the original 2.7k resolution was downsampled to 1080p, resulting in supersharp video. And as a testament to the incredible quality of the GoPro, all the settings were left on auto. For a detailed description of the project, be sure to check out the story at Fstoppers.

  • This 3D Printed Crossguard Light Saber Can Be Yours Right Now

    Need a reason to buy a 3D printer? Here it is. A full directional tutorial to build your own crossguard lightsaber the ominous sith lord was wielding in a snowy forest in the latest Star Wars VII trailer  J.J. Abrams teased us with two weeks ago. Using the files provided by Le FabShop you can build your very own before they inevitably hit toy stores next year. You’ll be the most popular guy in the IT break room. Never again will you have to wait to get your computer fixed after visiting suspect websites at work. Never again will you have to be discouraged when the IT department snarls at you for not knowing how to defrag your company laptop. You’ll be the king of the nerds. Sith nerds. Customizable Crossguarded LightSaber from le FabShop on Vimeo.

  • President Obama Takes Over The Colbert Report

    Stephen Colbert is nearly done with The Colbert Report for good, taking a final leave for a desk job on CBS. Last night was the first of his last 10 shows and he began the final countdown by having President Obama on the show for an interview, but the Prez decided to come out early and read Colbert’s renowned segment, “The Word”, which Obama renamed “The Decree”. Obama joked “you’ve taken plenty of shots at my job, I’m going to take a shot at yours.” The segment circled around Obama-care, first knocking in Colbert-style, then lifting it back up while taking shots at Republicans on the matter, noting how if they wanted to destroy it they’d have to replace it, to where “The Decree” stated “Fracking the Elderly?”. The President then went on poking fun at the significant physical change he’s endured, no doubt because of stress, since he took office. The Colbert ReportGet More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,The Colbert Report on Facebook,Video Archive

  • Reuters Best photos of 2014

    Every year photo press agency Reuters release the best photos from “The Photographers’ Story”. The photo series features emotional images, from news topics to the most unusual moments of the year. This year featured some heavy emotions in Ukraine’s unrest, tornado aftermath in Arkansas and harsh natural conditions around the world.

  • Art Kane Photographed The Biggest Stars Of The 60s and 70s [15 Photos]

    Photographer Art Kane first came to prominence in 1958 when he assembled 57 of the most famous jazz musicians for an Esquire photoshoot. The resulting photo became the basis of a documentary titled A Great day in Harlem. From that point on, he became one of the most in-demand portrait photographers for musicians, movie stars, and models. His son, Jonathan Kane, has collected the best photos from Art Kane’s career in an upcoming 320-page hardcover. You can preorder the book, due out January 30, from Amazon for $71. And you can find more great photos are Art Kane.

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