How architects use feng shui to design famous buildings

How architects use feng shui to design famous buildings

Architects, cities, and individuals around the world are using the ancient art of Feng Shui to reshape modern cities. The belief is that this will make areas and their citizens wealthier, happier, and more prosperous. We look at landmarks like the...
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Why you can legally get high in the country's first cannabis café

Lowell Farms Cannabis Cafe is the first legal cannabis café in America. Located in Los Angeles, it features a food menu as well as a cannabis menu for diners to order and openly consume in the dining area or outdoor patio.
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Creating fake neon signs with spray paint

Creating fake neon signs with spray paint

Adam Fu creates signs and images that trick the eyes into seeing them as neon lights. Each line or spray of paint is placed intentionally to recreate the glow of a real neon light.
How New Balance sneakers are made

How New Balance sneakers are made

New Balance wasn’t always considered the “cool shoe,” as most sneakerheads turned towards Nike or Adidas. However, as of late, more and more people are choosing New Balance sneakers for its comfort and support. Star athletes like Coco Gauff, Kawhi...
Keens is one of New York's oldest steakhouses, but its most famous dish isn't beef

Keens is one of New York's oldest steakhouses, but its most famous dish isn't beef

Keens is one of the oldest steakhouses in New York City, but it’s arguably more famous for a plate that’s not steak. The restaurant serves over 400 orders of its legendary Mutton Chops each week. Insider’s Taryn Varricchio visited the storied stea...
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A stylist creates carnival-inspired hairstyles complete with pony figurines

A stylist creates carnival-inspired hairstyles complete with pony figurines

Hairstylist Kelly O'Leary creates styles that will have you feeling nostalgic about days filled with cotton candy, carnival vendors, and Ferris wheels. Kelly works on colorful hair and uses items such as pony figurines and fairy lights to bring he...
15 details in 'Watchmen' episode 4 you might have missed

15 details in 'Watchmen' episode 4 you might have missed

In episode four of HBO’s “Watchmen,” we saw the introduction of a new main character and there were a number of Easter eggs, including a mythical elephant and even some references to the Man of Steel. We break everything down for you to help expla...
How contact lenses are made for movies and TV shows

How contact lenses are made for movies and TV shows

Actors wear contacts to change their color pigment, to look older, create imperfections, or even transform into another species. Eyeworks for Film has worked on "Game of Thrones," "James Bond" movies and "Star Wars."
Here's how pumpkin is eaten around the world

Here's how pumpkin is eaten around the world

Autumn is pumpkin-everything season in the US. But did you know cultures around the world use pumpkins in their cooking year-round? In Armenia, the inside of the pumpkin is stuffed with boiled rice, dried fruit, nuts, and honey for a dish called G...
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