Chef Curtis Stone and Lindsay Price Stone Create BREYERS VANILLA Recipes

Breyers Ice Cream and celebrity Chef Curtis Stone and his wife, actress Lindsay Price Stone, have created 12 new recipes featuring Breyers National Vanilla in partnership for the brand’s 150th birthday. Below are some three of Curtis and Lindsay’s delicious recipes to cool you off during the hot summer months. These are great for making with family and friends and will also please your guests at summer get-togethers. June: Brookie

5 Beyond Brilliant Action Scenes in Movies

Action movies are fun to watch but there’s a smart way to do action scenes and an epically dumb way to do it. The smart way focuses in on the details, tells a story within a story, and makes sure we know just what the hell is going on amidst all the crazy. The dumb way? Explosions, shaky camera effects, chaos to blur the action, and just a general messiness

Insane Burger King spa is the future of fast food

In Turkey, sauna sessions end with a salty yogurt drink. In Korea, it’s customary to nosh on baked eggs after a steam. But a spa in Finland takes the cake — or, rather, the Whopper. A Finnish Burger King just received an award after it installed a sauna for customers. Guests can lie on blue and orange benches wearing BK robes, steam by the stone stove and play video games

How Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ Can Change the Movies

Black Panther’s emergence in Captain America: Civil War, the critically acclaimed Marvel blockbuster that looms as the new genre standard, was met with cheers from both longtime comic book fans and moviegoers, and the character’s prominence could set Marvel on the path towards some much-needed diversification. And on Friday, when the news broke that Michael B. Jordan would be joining fellow cast members Chadwick Boseman and Lupita Nyong’o in Creed

11 Very Different Opinions About The New Radiohead Album

With the release of its ninth album, A Moon Shaped Pool, Radiohead may finally have wriggled free once and for all from the expectation that it’ll save modern music. That’s likely fine with the band members, who never wore the mantle of rock gods lightly. We might not all agree, if we ever did, that it’s the most important band in the world, but what A Moon Shaped Pool makes

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Paris St-Germain striker will leave in summer

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will leave Paris St-Germain at the end of the season. The 34-year-old Sweden striker’s contract with the French champions expires in the summer, and he has been linked with Manchester United, Los Angeles Galaxy and AC Milan. “I am very proud,” he said. “I came like a king, I leave like a legend but I will be back.” PSG said Ibrahimovic leaves as “the greatest striker and one

Is There Wood Pulp In That Parmesan? How Scientists Sniff Out Food Fraud

If you’ve been following any of the big news stories on food fraud lately, you’ll know that it’s tough to know what exactly is in our food — and where it’s been before it makes it onto our dinner plates. Earlier this year, Wal-Mart was sued for stocking tubs of Parmesan cheese that contained wood-pulp filler. Olive oil is often mixed with sunflower oil and sold as “extra virgin.” And

Why Superhero Movies Are Headed in the Wrong Direction

The release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which was greeted with negative reviews, a huge opening weekend at the box office, and then a precipitous drop, has inspired a new wave of hand-wringing about the state of superhero movies. With that in mind, a refreshing cultural nugget surfaced online Monday: a conversation between two of the most influential comic-book directors, Richard Donner and Christopher Nolan, on the appeals

British doctor denies report that he doped 150 sports stars

A British doctor accused of doping 150 elite athletes is denying the allegations against him, claiming they are “false and very misleading.” Mark Bonar was the subject of an investigation by The Sunday Times, which reported that he provided sports stars with banned performance-enhancing drugs. Among his purported clients are Premier League football players, boxers, Tour de France cyclists, tennis players, bodybuilders and cricketers, the newspaper said. Bonar responded to

Taylor Swift's Apple Music ad is painful in a couple ways

This morning, Taylor Swift tweeted a short advertisement for Apple Music that she claims is “based on true events.” I don’t think I’ve ever believed anything more. In the video, Swift is preparing for a run. Her cat eyeliner is perfect, and her hair looks like it has recently been tended to by a professional. That is atypical, I think, of the workout experience, but great for her! She selects