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This artist makes creepy cookie ornaments with teeth

Michael Adams of Crooked Smile Claywork is an artist who sculpts holiday horror cookies and creepy fruits with realistic eyes and teeth. He also creates […]

How holographic watercolor paint is made

Constance Vartiainen runs Shimmer Drops Paint, where she turns pigments into holographic, glittery paint. She begins by mixing the pigment and binder together on a […]

WATCH: Highlights from President Joe Biden’s history-making inauguration

Biden was sworn in as the 46th US president and Kamala Harris as the first female VP in a ceremony featuring Lady Gaga and Jennifer […]

How tennis courts are professionally restored

Taylor Lewallen of A Better Court Tennis Court Company (ABC Tennis) demonstrates how tennis courts are paved and painted. After the planning process is completed […]

Why Canada Goose jackets are so expensive

Canada Goose jackets are made to withstand the coldest places on earth, and the company has a brand history to back it up. President and […]

A single neighborhood makes 90% of the brass instruments in India — and the pandemic has put it in jeopardy

For over a century, workers in the Jali Kothi neighborhood of Meerut have been making tubas, trumpets, and bugles by hand.

7-layer tacos and blue corn quesadillas from Villas Tacos in LA

Villas Tacos in LA is sending out delicious, 7-layer tacos, mulitas, and quesadillas from owner Victor Villas grandmother’s yard. When COVID hit owner Victor Villas […]

The clothing and symbols that Capitol rioters wore reveal a deeper story about possible future threats

We combed through hours of video footage and hundreds of social media accounts to identify the symbols that Trump supporters displayed at the Capitol on […]

Jellied eels are a favorite East London snack — here’s how they’re made

If you had to name one staple food of the East End of London, it would no doubt be jellied eels. Jellied eels and London […]

Waterbeds used to be a $2 billion industry, but memory-foam mattresses helped cause their downfall

Charlie Hall invented the waterbed in the late ’60s, at San Francisco State University. After their heyday, waterbeds developed a stigma and sales declined. Hall’s […]