The Library of Congress has over 160 million items, including many unusual works like the Guttenberg bible, George Washington's maps... and a print poster for 50 Cent's first album.
Artist John Edmark doesn't consider himself a sculptor. He sees himself as an investigator, seeking novel questions with unintuitive answers.
James Davis spent more than four years battling with the city of Stevenson, Alabama to let his wife Patsy rest in peace in their yard.
Southside Tattoo Parlor will cover up any gang related or racist tattoo free of charge. Random Acts of Tattoo Project: https://www.gofundme.com/39i3m68
"Field of Vision" follows a new class of workers in India learning how to defend users from a torrent of "inappropriate" online material.
In 2016, Utah officially declared porn a public health crisis, claiming it had a detrimental effect on brain functionality. It was the first state to do so. Slutever's Karley Sciortino travels to the state where she interviews an ex-Mormon porn director, blasphemously dons the sacred underwear and meets local legislators.
The microdosing community claims that a monthly, weekly or even daily consumption of small amounts of psychedelics is life-improving with little to no harmful side effects. BBC reporter Catrin Nye investigates.
Stunning shots of windsurfing, dirt-biking and the raw power of nature accompany Jesper's narration. It's a grand display fitting for an intense, personal story.
Cassandro enters the ring with a cape, wrestles in drag and has accumulated a devoted following of lucha libre fans. This is his life.
"I Am Heath Ledger" premieres May 17 on Spike.
Science could resurrect the Wooly Mammoth in a matter of years. Though we might be able to bring the mammoth back, the world it would be entering is far different from the one it left — that is, unless this father-son duo are successful in their mission.
This documentary is a must-watch for anyone who is interested in game development, the intersection of the art world and gaming culture, or in cracking the secrets of last year's "The Witness."
In 1996, Michael Girard and Robert Lurye sent out a funny demo to show off a new software they had developed. They had no idea what they were unleashing.
We, on the other hand, have never managed to fish a single squishie from its glass prison.
"An Inconvenient Sequel" hits theaters July 28th.
Two decades after the six year-old's passing, this film explores blends documentary and drama to chilling effect.
METI International has been shooting signals into the great void in hopes that other intelligent life will pick it up, but do we really want to make contact with a great unknown?
Jamie Johnson, an heir to the Johnson and Johnson fortune, shot this documentary against the wishes of his family, roping in famous friends to detail what extraordinary multigenerational wealth looks like.
Robert Lang is quite the renaissance man. Having worked at NASA developing optoelectronics, he left his career of twenty-three years to become a preeminent figure in the world of origami.
At the highest levels of gaming, everything thing is structured: workouts are routine, meals are professionally prepared and discipline is everything.
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