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  • The Jordan VI Will be Returning to the Postseason On the Field Instead of the Court

    The AIR JORDAN VI will make its return to the postseason this weekend,on the field instead of the court. Micheal Crabtree and DB Earl Thomas will be sporting these fantastic Retro VI when they take the field this weekend as they embark on the quest for the Lombardi trophy, just like Jordan wore on the court en route to his first championship in 1991. The Crabtree color way are black/white with a gold sole with red cleats, while Thomas will be sporting a navy/white colorway with a neon green sole. A beautiful throwback the Jordan Brand did justice to. The sneaker will be available to the masses this summer at Jordan retailers.    

  • Don’t Be Alarmed If You See Dragons While Driving Through Borrego Springs, CA

    Borrego Springs, CA is a small town in the county in San Diego. It is located 3 hours outside of Los Angeles, 2 hours outside of San Diego and 1.5 hours outside of Palm Springs. Borrego Springs is home to many beautiful hikes and campgrounds but the real hidden gem is in the Galleta Meadows. There are 129 structures located throughout Borrego Springs, CA. Most notably is this dragon/snake that spans under a road that runs nearby. The land is owned by Dennis Avery and the structures were created by welder/artist Ricardo Breceda. All the structures are made of untreated steel, because of this the structures have began to rust and turn a burnt red color. The property spans numerous square kilometers and most of them are accessible by vehicle, although I recommend SUV/trucks for some of them! Getting stuck in the sand is no fun. It’s pretty sad that all these creations are untreated and will soon rust away into nothing, some of the other structures already have holes from the rust going straight through. Source: desertusa.com and imgur

  • China’s Incredible Harbin Ice Festival [30 Photos]

    The Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival began as a local winter garden party in Harbin, China in 1963. The festival was interrupted for many years due to the Cultural Revolution, but has been an annual event since 1985. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the 2014 festival is bigger than ever. 7000 workers in Harbin, China’s coldest city, constructed 6.5 million square feet of LED-illuminated frozen structures of ice and snow. 1 million visitors are expected at this year’s festival, which runs through late February. 

  • This is Pakistani Teenager Aitzaz Hasan. On Monday He Sacrificed His Life To Save Hundreds Of School Children.

    “My son made his mother cry but saved hundreds of mothers from crying for their children,” said the father of Aitzaz Hasan, a Pakistani teenager who spotted a suicide bomber outside his school gates and decided to take noble action. This is Pakistani teenager Aitzaz Hasan. While outside his school in the village of Hangu, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, his friends spotted a suicide bomber at the gates of their school that was packed with nearly 2,000 students and teachers at the time.

  • 20 Breathtaking Hotels to Tack on to Your Bucketlist

    Travel + Leisure have officially announced their Top 50 Hotels of 2013 and the visuals are beyond astounding. From the safari grounds of South Africa to the beautiful mountains of St. Lucia, the list will give you a heavy dose of that travel itch that comes around when the trying days of winter catch up with you. Well before you book your travel plans for 2014, take a look at 20 astounding visuals we’ve compiled of hotels from the list. Check out all the rankings at Travel + Leisure. Palazzo Avino (formerly Palazzo Sasso) Ravello, Italy Primland, Meadows of Dan, VA Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai, Thailand Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires Capella Pedregal, Los Cabos, Mexico Kenya Rosewood Mayakoba, Riviera Maya, Mexico La Résidence Phou Vao Luang Prabang, Laos Cape Grace, Cape Town Cavas Wine Lodge, Mendoza, Argentina Jade Mountain St. Lucia Triple Creek Ranch, Darby, MT Discovery Shores Boracay, Philippines Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, Kruger National Park Area, South Africa Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur, India Bora Bora, French Polynasian Four Seasons Nayara Hotel, Spa & Gardens, La Fortuna, Costa Rica Castello di Casole—A Timbers Resort, Casole d’Elsa, Italy Mombo Camp and Little Mombo Camp, Moremi Game Reserve, more »

  • Quench Your Thirst 90s Style With Clearly Canadian

    Clearly Canadian, everyone’s favorite carbonated beverage of the 90s, is returning. Through the Clearly Canadian Revival Campaign, you can pre-order a case of Wild Cherry, Orchard Peach, Country Raspberry, or, the nectar of the gods to my childhood palate, Mountain Blackberry. Once 25,000 cases are pre-ordered, production will begin. For every 5 cases you order, you get a 6th free. You are also given a referral ID that will result in a free case for every 5 referrals. I just hope that once this becomes successful, Clearly will bring back Orbitz, too. If you want to get your hands on one of the first cases, head on over to Clearly Canadian and place your order.

  • Dogs at 50mph [26 Photos]

    Sticking your head out the window of a speeding car is a fantastic feeling and dogs know it. Unfortunately, we humans are too vain, not wanting anyone to see us with our faces blown back and our hair mussed, but man’s best friend has no such worries. With that in mind, here are 26 photos of dogs doing what we all wish we could do. Jealous much?

  • Looking Back At Johnny Cash’s Folsom Prison Performance 46 Years Later

    In May of 1968, Johnny Cash released his 27th album titled “At Folsom Prison.” The live album was recorded January 13, 1968 at California’s Folsom State Prison. Cash had been interested in the prison since the release of his second Sun records single, “Folsom Prison Blues” in 1955. The idea to record there finally came to fruition when personnel changes at Columbia records led to famed producer Bob Johnston being assigned to Johnny Cash. Backed by Carl Perkins, The Tennessee Three, and his wife June Carter, Cash played two shows for the inmates at Folsom. Both shows were the same day, resulting in a fatigued second performance that only produced two tracks on the final album. When Columbia released the album in the Spring, they put little effort into promotion, believing that Johnny Cash had little appeal outside of his country niche. However, with Bob Johnston attached, who had help make Bob Dylan a star, the album had a much broader audience and it immediately took off. By the end of the year, “At Folsom Prison” was certified gold and the aging country star was now a mainstream success with a whole new audience. The album was certified triple platinum more »

  • Teenage Freight Train Hitchhiker Takes Pictures Of 50K Mile Journey Across America [19 Photos]

    At 17 Mike Brodie hopped his first train close to his home in Pensacola, FL thinking he would visit a friend in Mobile, AL. Instead the train went in the opposite direction to Jacksonville, FL. Days later, Brodie rode the same train home, arriving back where he started. Nonetheless, it sparked something and Brodie began to wander across the U.S. by any means that were free – walking, hitchhiking and train hopping. Shortly after, Brodie found a Polaroid camera stuffed behind a carseat. With no training in photography and coke-bottle glasses, the instant camera was an opening for Brodie to document his experiences. As a way of staying in touch with his transient community, Brodie shared his pictures on various websites gaining the moniker The Polaroid Kidd. When the Polaroid film he used was discontinued, Brodie switched to 35mm film and a sturdy 1980s camera. Brodie spent years crisscrossing the U.S. amassing a collection, now appreciated as one of the most impressive archives of American travel photography. When asked about his approach to travel and photography Brodie has said, “sometimes I take a train the wrong way or…whatever happens a photo will come out of it, so it doesn’t really more »

  • Houston Rockets Mascot Scares the Bejeezers Out of Players

    In what may be one of the best viral pranks of recent history, the Houston Rockets mascot, “Clutch the Bear”, waited outside the players entrance/exit area and proceeded to scare the heck out of a majority of the Rockets players. Chandler Parsons, Jeremy Lin, James Harden, and Dwight Howard all fell victim to the bear-scare, in what promises to live on in one of the greatest reaction pranks of all time. All set to the perfectly times sounds of The Beastie Boys “Sabotage”. Great job, Clutch.

  • This is What Happens When Red Bull Goes Off-Road on a Ski Slope

    Red Bull recently skinned out a Pro-4 off-road racing truck then took it on the snowy incline of Mount Snow for a little taste of what to expect from Red Bull Frozen Rush. Champion off-road racer, Ricky Johnson took advantage of all the extra powder by riding a figure eight trail with jumps and berms, weaving through trees. A pretty amazing video that makes you almost forget, Ricky is performing precision turns and jumps on terrain people slip on when walking.

  • This Is Why Muse Is The Must See Band Of Coachella 2014.

    Yes, Outkast is reuniting. But are they a band? No. Obviously Outkast is going to steal the show but in terms of rock bands the energy and musical talent of Muse will be second to none. This past October at Austin City Limits Muse headlined and went through a 18 song set that is a good preview for what we can expect at Coachella this April.

  • NBA Logos Redesigned as Soccer Logos

    Footballasfootball began the revolution imagining Football logos with a European soccer twist now Milan Vučković, a designer from Serbia has followed suit with NBA teams. The idea was to mix two sports and redesign their logos. Being a fan of both football (or soccer) and basketball, I decided to redesign NBA logos and make them look like football logos. Every logo you see is color correct and matches the idea of the original logo.

  • Nike Reveals On-Field Super Bowl Gear

    Today Nike released their on-field gear for the big game. Included in the arsenal of accessories include the garb players will be wearing on game day. Cleats, cold weather gear and gloves are a few of the items, Nike will be branding with a superbowl logo. This revolutionary new cleat is built with athlete-insight drawn from The 40-Yd Dash Project and testing of 3D printed plates. The construction of the Nike Vapor Carbon 2014 Elite Cleat draws from almost two decades of athlete insight and represents Nike’s ability to accelerate performance innovation on the field. This revolutionary new cleat offers lightweight speed and groundbreaking traction, geared to deliver the ultimate in multi-directional explosiveness. The Nike Vapor Shield Glove is an innovative two-piece system designed for warmth and performance. A seamless outer-shell of Nike Hyperfuse construction provides for wind and water-resistance, while a fleece lining allows for extra warmth. Nike Magnigrip material on the palm enhances durability and grip in all weather conditions. The Nike Hyperwarm Max Shield Hood is engineered for superior moisture management and warmth without the bulk. This new Dri-FIT silhouette provides limited distractions while providing maximum protection against wind, rain or snow. The cut enhances ventilation and more »

  • Man Meal: Spanish Pork Burgers

    Burgers. You can’t go wrong with burgers. Beer, turkey, chicken, heck even veggie burgers aren’t bad if made properly, but pork burgers seem to be the lesser known meat patty. Pork in between two buns is unanimously preferred pulled, but this recipe might just change your mind. This Spanish-themed burger is boldly flavored with sautéed onions, paprika, garlic, and green olives. The creamy mayonnaise spread is tangy with lemon and a hint of earthy saffron. Ingredients 1 tablespoon(s) extra-virgin olive oil 3 cup(s) thinly sliced Spanish onion 3/4 teaspoon(s) freshly ground pepper, divided 1/4 teaspoon(s) salt, divided 1 pound(s) lean ground pork 1 tablespoon(s) finely chopped Spanish green olives, such as Manzanilla 2 teaspoon(s) minced garlic 2 teaspoon(s) Pimentón de la Vera (see Shopping Tip) , or Hungarian paprika 1/4 cup(s) reduced-fat mayonnaise 2 teaspoon(s) freshly grated lemon zest 1 tablespoon(s) lemon juice Saffron (see Ingredient Note) 1/4 cup(s) shredded Manchego or Monterey Jack cheese 4 whole-wheat hamburger buns, toasted 2 whole jarred Piquillo peppers (see Shopping Tip) , or jarred pimientos, halved lengthwise Directions Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add onion, 1/4 teaspoon pepper, and 1/8 teaspoon salt. Cover and cook, stirring occasionally, until soft and translucent, about 10 minutes. Set aside half the onion for topping; finely chop the other half. Preheat grill to medium. Place the chopped onion more »

  • Behind The Scenes of Leanna Decker’s NBA Shoot for RSVLTS Magazine [60 Photos]

    We recently launched the Winter 2014 issue of RSVLTS Magazine. The crowning achievement of the latest issue was our cover shoot with  flawless supermodel, Leanna Decker (View also: 31 Leanna Decker GIFS). Leanna was there to help us count down all 30 NBA teams according to their popularity on social media. Essentially using one of the most popular models on the internet to rank their social popularity… on the internet. She spent one day (one glorious day) with us at RSVLTS Studio doing what she do. The product? A wonderfully glorious photo series of Ms. Decker in the sexiest NBA gear you’ve ever seen. For the finished product you’ll have to check out the Mag, but here are the outtakes you can wet your beak on.

  • Every Wes Anderson Slow Mo Shot In One Video

    No matter what your feelings are towards director Wes Anderson, there is no denying that he knows how to film one hell of a touching slow motion shot. Vimeo user Alejandro Prullansky has edited together all of Anderson’s slow motion scenes, from 1996’s “Bottle Rocket” to 2012’s “Moonrise Kingdom.” The video is set to “New Slang” by the Shins, making it an orgasmic viewing experience for hipsters the world over.

  • See The Austrian Alps From The UFO Gel [16 Photos]

    The UFO Gel, so named because it resembles both a UFO and a vogel (German for bird), is a 484 square foot house in the Austrian Alps. The home, made almost entirely of larch wood, was designed by architect Peter Jungmann. There is a bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom inside and panoramic windows throughout that make you feel like you’re still outside even when you’re lounging comfortably. The house is available for anyone to rent for about $180 per night with a 3 night minimum. Not a terrible, nor terribly expensive, way to see the Alps.

  • What to Expect From Coachella 2014. 9 Live Iconic Sets From Bands You Need to See

    The Coachella 2014 lineup has officially been announced. After the anti-climactic line-up of 2013, a totally revamped list of bands is sure to raise some eyebrows this year. First and four-most, the Outkast reunion, which has been heavily rumored is now a reality. Enough to make the trip out to Palm Springs, but that’s not the only set from some of the greatest live performers of days past. Fatboy Slim, Beck, Nas and Motorhead are some of the older performers who never cease to put on an entertaining show. Combine that with Muse, Foster the People and Calvin Harris and that makes a recipe for the Coachella line-up we’re all accustomed to seeing.

  • Celebrate The iPhone’s 7th Birthday With These Early Concept Designs

    The iPhone was unveiled January 7, 2007, but for years before that, the Internet was abuzz with rumors and early design concepts. Some even doubted if Apple would ever actually release a phone. The New York Times’ very own technology columnist David Pope wrote in 2006 that Apple would come out with a cellphone “Probably never.” Looks like he was wrong, as were the folks who came up with these designs. They serve as a harsh reminder of the slide phone obsession of the early 2000s. What were we thinking?

  • 13 Baseball Legends You Wouldn’t Believe Received A Lower Hall Of Fame Voting Percentage Than Greg Maddux

    Greg Maddux was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame yesterday with 97.2 percent of the votes. Fun fact… Maddux faced 20,412 batters in his career and just 310 of them saw a 3-0 count.  This includes his intentional walks too. If we only look at unintentional 3-0 counts, it’s 133 in 20,284 total batters. That’s roughly one out of 150 hitters.  Insane. Only seven players in baseball history have received a higher voting percentage and many more legends received less. Let’s focus on the legends who received a lower voting percentage than Maddux. The list is quite amazing.

  • Pretend You’re Zack Morris With The Brick Phone

    Live out your childhood fantasies of calling up Kelly Kapowski for a date at the Max with the Brick. Using Bluetooth technology, the Brick can be used as a handset that grants you access to your phone’s contacts, music, and call log. You can also use it as a stand-alone phone with a 2G SIM card. There is also a Micro SD card slot for music and a build in LED flashlight. The Brick is preloaded with apps, such as an FM Radio tuner, calendar, and even snake. The battery offers 14 hours of talk time and 1 month standby time. Order the Brick for $70.

  • BAIT x ASICS Gel Lyte III ‘Basics Model-002 Guardian’

    BAIT x ASICS Gel Lyte III collaborated on an epic shoe the “Basics Model-002 Guardian,”. The shoe isn’t just your everyday sneaker, it’s a conceptual design to withstand harsh conditions featuring a reinforced metal wire mesh upper, camo under and rugged suede overlays and waxed laces. Hardly enough to withstand the elements, but a great colorway. Enter for your chance to scoop these up or wait till they drop in-store on January 25th for $150. Basics Model-002 Guardian

  • This Simpsons Lego House is Official. WOOHOO!

    Twentieth Century Fox has teamed up with Lego to create possibly the best block set to come from television ever. The set comes equipped with a full house hinged at the middle for access to the interior of the house, Bart, Lisa, Maggie, Marge, Homer, and even Flanders. The house includes fully furniture stocked rooms and a fully functional signature car. Woohoo! Available February 1st at $199 (DOH!) with expectation of more figures in May and a full Lego episode to air on FOX.

  • Indian Luge Training Down Himalayan Highway [Video]

    Shiva Keshavan is an Indian luge athlete with a problem: his country has no luge tracks for practice. What does he do to prepare for the Winter Olympics? Modify his sled and roll down a Himalayan highway while dodging cars and trucks on the way, of course. His dedication and spirit are what the games are all about and will surely get you pumped for the Sochi Winter Olympics next month. He even rolls under a truck at high speed. How insane is that??

  • Everywhere The Simpsons Went [Infographic]

    Over the past 25 years, The Simpsons, America’s longest-running primetime series, has seen everyone’s favorite dysfunctional yellow family travel all over the world. This graphic tracks their movements with a brief synopsis and episode number at each location, perfect for when you’re looking for a certain episode from the over 500 that have aired.

  • Lower East Side Penthouse Bachelor Pad [12 Photos]

    New York City’s Lower East Side, formerly one of the most eclectic neighborhoods with bums warming themselves on garbage can fires, a thriving art and music scene, and a cornucopia of drugs, has since followed the rest of the city in becoming uninterestingly safe and sterile. And expensive. This incredible 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath penthouse on Avenue B was originally listed last year for $6 million. Apparently there wasn’t enough interest, so it’s now on the rental market for $19,500, perfect for someone who has lots of money but little commitment. The main level is surrounded by 2618 square feet of personal terrace space with a built-in hot tub, perfect for those late nights where you ponder what the poor people are doing. The penthouse also features 19 foot ceilings, a fully loaded kitchen with two convection ovens, and a 63″ TV home theater system. And with all the money you’ll be spending on rent, it’s nice to know that you can save a few bucks by drinking $3 beer at neighborhood staples like Manitoba’s and Doc Holliday’s.

  • World Maps Drawn From Memory are Embarrassingly humorous

    Uri Freidman  recently spoke with Zak Ziebell, a now 17 year old, who asked 29 random people around the  University of Michigan  campus to draw a full world map from memory in 2012. The task of illustrating the map of a world you’re all but too familiar with might seem easy enough, but is actually quite challenging, but even more so tell us incredibly subjective information of the times we live in. Read the full article on Ziebell here, but take a look at some of his research below All photos via Imgur and Zach Zibell

  • Cleveland Indians Reportedly Changing “C” to Primary Logo

    Paul Lukas of Uni Watch has reported the Cleveland Indians have changed their “primary” logo to the Block C that has been used on alternate uniforms over the past few seasons. The change isn’t surprising after the media controversy surrounding the Redskins and ower, Daniel Snyder concerning the current Washington team name and logo. The team will still feature the Chief Wahoo logo on their home hats and jersey sleeves, which may have you wondering just what has changed? The initial steps in this phase out process begin with marketing. Broadcasting graphics and logos around the stadium will most likely have a heavy Block “C” influence. Indians changing primary logo to the block-C. No change to uniforms, Wahoo still on home cap, sleeves. pic.twitter.com/0EEopJ3ph2 — Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) January 8, 2014

  • Alfred Hitchcock Stars In New Music Video From King Krule

    With his jazz-tinged bluesy debut album, 6 Feet Beneath The Moon, UK-based King Krule has established himself as an incredible new force in darkwave. At the age of 19, he manages to make more complex music with dark, literary lyrics than any of his contemporaries. Hell, there are plenty of veterans twice his age who don’t have his songwriting ability. If you haven’t heard King Krule yet, check out this video for his song “A Lizard State” directed by Jamie-James Medina. The beautifully shot video also features an unlikely cameo from Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. Once “A Lizard State” whets your appetite, get the full album for just $8.

  • RSVLTS Magazine Issue II Available Now!

    RSVLTS Magazine issue II is officially here! Let that sink in for a moment. Ok, still with us? Good. From an original shoot with internet superstar Leanna Decker to our interview with Green Bay Packers stud Clay Matthews issue two has it all and we’ve launched RSVLTSmagazine.com to offer a preview of what you can expect from the winter 2014 issue.

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