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Eli Roth’s film follows a group of student activists who travel from New York City to the Amazon to save the rainforest. However, once they arrive in this vast green […]
The Beast is a cool new off-road electric scooter that gives drivers more options than about any other drivable scooter, moped or bicycle available today.
Loopwheels do away with conventional spokes and suspension in favour of three carbon fibre springs or limbs. The shocks are inside the tire and mounted against the wheel instead of on the fork. The idea is that this wheel offers integral suspension and in-turn additional comfort to the rider by flexing in a way that a conventional wheel never could.
Learn how to make delicious 4-ingredient blueberry muffins within a half hour. All you need is melted vanilla ice cream, flower, baking powder and blueberries. These muffins are perfect for breakfast, brunch or a late night snack.
Take a look at some of the most incredible Diva's in TV history over the years and their iconic styles. Featured Diva's include Catwoman (played first by Julie Newmar and then by Eartha Kitt) from the 1960's Batman and Robin TV series - Nellie Oleson (played by Alison Arngrim) from the 1970's TV show Little House on the Prairie - Abby Ewing (played by Donna Mills) from the 1970's and 1980's TV show Knots Landing - Alexis Carrington from the 1980's TV show Dynasty - Amanda Woodward (played by Heather Locklear) (played by Jada Pinkett-Smith) from the 1980's TV show Melrose Place - Wilhelmina Sl
Lonnie Mimms decided to save the first computers he ever owned. As time passed he kept adding to his collection of computers and now has one of the worlds rarest and most valuable vintage computer collections. Lonnie is hoping to turn the collection into a museum. Watch the video over at News Stop to learn more about Lonnies incredible vintage computer collection.