VICE Sports and Budweiser meet the Palestinian Women's National Team as they prepare to challenge a men's team to see how football can bridge cultural divides and combat conventions that discriminate against women.
This Independence Day, Schick® Quattro® is inspiring guys to reclaim their chins, buck beards and make this the summer of the jawline.
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America, as you prepare to fire up the grill and enjoy the fireworks this Independence Day, Newcastle invites you to celebrate Independence Eve on July 3rd, and imagine how great America could have been if Britain won. To help explain further, we've enlisted British comedian Stephen Merchant, co-creator of the original British version of The Office. And just like his landmark comedy series, he believes the American version of our country pales in comparison to the British original. In his charming British accent, Stephen makes a convincing case for what could have been the greatest country on Earth: Great Britain 2.
Discover the secret, hidden treasures of Baja and beyond this summer. One bottle at a time.
Pacifico first came to the U.S after it was found by American surfers while searching for waves along Baja’s beautiful coast. Because of this, Pacifico has an authentic spirit of discovery. Which is why now, under every iconic Pacifico cap, you'll find the latitude/longitude coordinates to one of twenty-one incredible adventures such as kayaking, snorkeling, spear fishing, and sand-boarding!
So this summer, grab a Pacifico and discover the best of Baja and beyond. Whether it's a glittering waterfall oasis in the midst of miles of dry, sunbaked lands, or an exhilarating dive into [...]
Jon Pyzel took up surfing at a young age in Santa Barbara, CA, an area rich in surfing history and known to have some perfect waves. After traveling around surfing and competing, Jon realized that he needed to surf better waves in warmer water, making a permanent move to Oahu's North Shore in 1992. Here is where he started out fixing dings in boards, to eventually work his way up to full time glasser and shaped himself his first board around 1995. Working under some of the best shapers and glassers in the industry, Jon's understanding of the craftsmanship and time that went into hand shaping a surf board. [...]
In case you missed it, The New York Times launched its fancy new video platform, Times Video, last week. It's an easy-to-navigate archive of newsy bits, documentaries and original series covering topics both popular and obscure. We'll be publishing more videos throughout the week right here on The Awl so keep an eye out! Or even better, check them out for yourself.
The video above is a part of Times Video's "Retro Report," a documentary-style series which looks back at the major stories that shaped the world using fresh interviews, analysis and compelling archival footage. In this tragic episode, The New York Times looks back at the [...]
The English Gentleman is on Leave. We see him prepare for his trip visiting the tailors of Savile Row and commissioning the bespoke pieces he will need before heading to Rio. The five pieces he will need are: a multi-pocket and versatile wool travel jacket, a lightweight Cool Wool dinner suit, wide leg Cool Wool trousers in the season's bright colours, a navy blazer and a cream suit with patch pockets.
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Whether you prefer to explore in the outback or under a microscope, National Geographic is looking for the next generation of explorers in any field to submit their dream project for "Expedition Granted," where one person’s proposed expedition will be fueled by $50,000.
Check out this video featuring Brain Games host Jason Silva, who shows you how to submit your big idea at expeditiongranted.com. Whether your goal is to secure a future for captive wildlife or bring music lessons to those who can't afford them, National Geographic and their incredible advisory council want to see your vision.
To see other innovative project ideas that have [...]
In this video, Nicholas Kristof travels to Myanmar, where Muslims are confined to camps or within their own villages, deprived of jobs, schools and doctors.
The video above is a part of Times Video's "Op-Docs" series — a collection of short, opinionated documentaries produced with wide creative latitude and a range of artistic styles, about current affairs, contemporary life and historical subjects.
Find more immersive video content at Times Video.
Around this time every year, hundreds of young men wait by their phones for "the call." This is no ordinary phone call — it's one that could change their lives forever. Will they be selected in the pro football draft? Will a team recognize the hard work and dedication they've put into their game and give them the opportunity to be a star? Cornerback Richard Sherman knows the feeling. Here's to the ones who made it.
Visit www.oberto.com/RSherman to hear about Richard Sherman's experience answering "the call.”
The Web needs us. It needs you and others like you to help protect our largest shared resource.
Mozilla is committed to promoting a free and open internet. They created the Firefox browser because they wanted a browser that benefits individuals and better our collective future. The Firefox team has imbued their product with an appreciation for privacy and accessibility, while giving users ultimate control over how they use the web and what information they choose to share with the world. See what's at stake—for today and the next generation—in this open letter to those in charge.
Learn more about how people around the world want to shape the [...]
The line to get into the Justin Timberlake show at Hammerstein Ballroom on Thursday was around the block when I arrived at 7:30. Some folks had slept out overnight to be able to stand in the front row. One woman told Justin this during a period of banter with the crowd. “You slept out overnight? To see me?” he asked charmingly, incredulously. “That’s crazy.”
The crowd was overwhelmingly—I estimated at least seventy percent—women, who seemed mostly to be in their twenties and thirties, with a smattering of teens. There [...]
What’s in Mel’s Mini Mini Mart? One mini wonderfilled thing, OREO Minis. One day, a family discovered the shop, something that others had not. They filled up their van with boxes and boxes of the tiny treat and the news of Mel's started to spread worldwide, now everyone knows how much good is inside. The moral remains it’s not how you’re built, it’s what’s inside that makes you wonderfilled.
Get more mini goodness at http://www.oreo.com/minis/
The Bushwick neighborhood in Brooklyn is equal parts industrial wasteland, emerging cultural center and flourishing arts scene for the young and creatively-inclined of New York. In the above feature, Times Video takes you to Bushwick's Morgan Avenue stop on the L train, where dancer and actress Madison Krekel fits into the young, artsy crowd with sushi socks, dyed green hair and a Cramps T-shirt.
The video above is a part of Times Video's "Intersection" series, which brings you from Brooklyn to Beijing, Portland to Paris – to capture the characters, looks and stories that are the hallmarks of a neighborhood’s style.
Find more immersive content at Times Video.
Her is a love story, first and foremost. It inspired a wide community of designers in surprising ways.
Motherboard, in association with Microsoft and Warner Bros., hosted private screenings of the film followed by a 2-day design workshop, asking one question: How can human emotions inspire new interactions with technology and each other?
Captivated by Her takes a fresh look at what's possible. This two-part documentary follows a community of international artists, designers, and innovators as take part in a workshop exploring how basic human emotion and interaction can inspire new technology.
Check out the what went down during the LA workshop in the video above.
Jason Trammell is a Brooklyn-based drummer and musician who currently plays in the DFA Records band, Sinkane. Jason's interest for music began at an early age in North Carolina where he began collecting 45s at the mall, listening to juke music with his parents on long car rides, and being exposed to some of America's most iconic musicians. Soon, Jason took up the drums, eventually moving north to New York to expand on his interests in music. Here he began to work in sound design and film, as well as playing with different local bands, and pursuing personal passion projects.
We meet up with Jason at his practice space [...]