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  • How Leonardo DiCaprio Made His Way To The Top
    nomination at age 19 for his turn as Johnny Depp s learning disabled brother in What s Eating Gilbert Grape To take the indie movie role he turns down an offer of more money than I ever dreamed of to appear in Disney s Hocus Pocus I m proud of being a young man who stuck to his guns he says Though nominated three times since he hasn t won yet Culture Straight Outta Compton O Shea Jackson Jr on playing his famous dad Ice Cube Advertising YouTube Only Previews 1996 Passing up the Robin role in Batman Forever he instead chooses Romeo Juliet despite misgivings about being a mainstream leading man Getting him involved high drama says director Baz Luhrmann 1997 Blockbuster Titanic cements DiCaprio s rep as box office gold But despite the spotlight he remains tight lipped about his private life I want to be like Robert De Niro he says Being discreet has allowed him to be even more credible on screen YouTube DanceOn 2002 He turns down the lead in Spider Man the part goes to former member of his posse Tobey Maguire to star in Gangs of New York It s DiCaprio s first movie with Scorsese almost 20 years after De Niro s endorsement I was so impressed by his dedication his willingness to try anything says Scorsese Leo will do whatever it takes 2012 DiCaprio plays sadistic plantation owner Calvin Candie his first real villain in Quentin Tarantino s film Django Unchained Playing a bad guy opens you up to not having as many rules he says It takes you to your darkest place as a person and lets you indulge in that 2013 His portrayal of corrupt stockbroker Jordan Belfort in the controversial The Wolf of Wall Street his fifth film

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  • Graphic Novels Are Taking Over The World - Here Are The Best Ones
    celebrate Hergé s ability to create memorable characters but I personally think a large part of the reason his books work so well is that he did all the work on them everything from conception to drawing to writing says Daly That gives them this wonderful cohesiveness the cohesiveness of one person s vision Advertising JIM WOODRING Author of The Book of Jim Frank and many more When it comes to the graphic novel there are so many routes one can take says Daly Some have essentially branched into the popular market and their books have become bestsellers in those terms and others who are very highly regarded by other comic artists and aficionados seem to have opted to stay in the underground Jim Woodring springs immediately to mind as an example of the latter silentibis YouTube Woodring was born in Los Angeles in 1952 and grew up troubled by grotesque apparitions and an abnormal fear of death His body of work starting with the Jim series published by Fantagraphics from 1986 is crammed full of personal symbolism and dream references a surrealist world that his peers have applauded but which some readers have found unnerving With Woodring what I appreciate is the honesty says Daly He s true to his own imagination and to his interests and personal beliefs even if he knows it probably represents a minority appeal Advertising ANTON KANNEMEYER Joe Dog Co creator of Bitterkomix with Conrad Botes Konradski I went through a big Bitterkomix phase in the 90s and I mean really big massive says Daly I guess on the one hand I was responding to what a lot of people responded to at the time the ruthless hilarious exploration of these sacred South African subjects like sex and religion but perhaps more compelling for

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  • How to Score the Perfect Sunset
    sooner than published tables if a tall mountain is in the way of your view Getty Images Matthias Makarinus 2 WATCH THE CLOUDS In general clouds make or break the scenic look Depending on atmospheric instability the shape of clouds may differ from one location to another and change over time Clouds are hard to predict in some cases even a few hours in advance Lens shaped clouds may only occur for as little as an hour Such clouds are most common on the lee side the eastern side of a mountain says Murakami Perfect for sunset gazing the lee side is the side that is protected from wind and has a dry warm climate Sunsets can be especially beautiful and reddish when the sky is smoky Ross Lazear The best sunsets are those with partial mid level cloud cover says Ross Lazear Weather Expert at SUNY Albany Altocumulus cirrocumulus or cirrus clouds are especially vibrant at sunset Once the sun falls below the horizon these mid and upper level clouds can still be lit from below providing vivid pinks oranges and reds Sometimes sunsets can be especially beautiful and reddish when the sky is smoky when wildfires have produced large amounts of smoke that then drifts overhead sometimes from great distances away adds Lazear Getty Images Westend61 3 THE SEASON MATTERS Clean air is more common in the cooler seasons compared with the warmer seasons when there is summer haze for instance not to mention higher pollution levels in general says Murakami Although a tiny crescent moon near the horizon shortly after sunset can be a beautiful sight wind and moon phase don t really have much to do with sunsets Lazear says However the time of year can often make a big difference In seasons where there is

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  • 7 Remote-Controlled Gadgets You Need In Your Life Right Now
    articles Tags Lifestyle remote control Home Lifestyle remote control Sync your life wirelessly with these seven innovative smart technologies Gadgets Equipment Leisure Entertainment Apps Anki Overdrive A Scalextric like system for the wireless generation the Overdrive enables you to race model cars around a customizable track using your smartphone as the controller anki com Advertising Sengled Pulse This smart bulb combines an app controlled dimmable LED light with a Bluetooth speaker A master can be paired with satellite bulbs for more immersive audio shop sengled com A smart bulb Sengled Pulse Nest Thermostat The third generation of this gadget allows you to control your home temperature remotely thanks to an app It s slimmer sleeker and can now learn your habits Scary cool nest com The third generation Nest Thermostat Drop Connected Scale Crap at cooking Impress the doubters with this smart kitchen scale which syncs with your phone or tablet to make sure you follow recipes to the teaspoon getdrop com A smart kitchen scale Connected Scale Advertising Razer Nabu Combining the best features of a smartwatch and a dedicated activity tracker this classy but rugged wristband even lets you exchange social media info via a handshake razerzone com Handshaking with extras Razer Nabu Smarter Coffee A caffeine lover s dream this Wi Fi enabled coffee grinder brewer will have a hot fresh pot of perfect joe waiting as soon as you wake up or get home from work firebox com Wi Fi enabled coffee grinder brewer Smarter Coffee Fugoo Style One of the most dapper new Bluetooth speakers on the market the Fugoo has a changeable outer jacket and offers 40 hours of meaty 360 audio per charge Style and substance fugoo com Bluetooth speakers Fugoo Style Advertising Gadgets Equipment Leisure Entertainment Apps 01 2016 The Red Bulletin

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  • Why New Online Game Hearthstone Is About To Be Your New Addiction
    which gave the world complex strategy games like StarCraft II Why do you think they ve been able to reach a broader audience with this A lot of people are gamers they just don t accept that as part of their identity But they love spending time playing on their mobile Blizzard promotes Hearthstone by connecting it to the average player and they don t think of things like twitch speed They ve taken a different approach They want it to be fun and atmospheric GAME OF CARDS The who what and when of Hearthstone The Game Hearthstone is a digital collectible card game involving strategy between two opponents in turn based matches Though you can play against a computer most play online The cards are based on characters and stories from Blizzard Entertainment s hugely popular World of Warcraft franchise The Main Event On February 6 streaming service Twitch will broadcast a unique tournament in cooperation with Honda Civic and Red Bull matching four teams of three players each How did you get involved in it I played card game Magic The Gathering I really appreciated the complexity of it And hearthstone seemed like a Fisher Price version of it But I played it for 13 hours straight Not only is it really fun to play but it s just as fun to watch because you can benefit from knowing what s happening on both ends A lot of games don t have that Dan Chou will offer play by play insight Advertising COMING ATTRACTIONS The best new entertainment to binge on GAME Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 The ridiculously addictive mobile game in which you have to defend your house from a zombie onslaught by planting projectile spewing flora gets another console spin off as a first

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  • Top Picks: The Best Bronze Watches
    old world associations the copper alloy is given a wide berth by many watchmakers because of its trademark patina while it starts off a shade not dissimilar to gold bronze becomes darker and more discolored over time thanks to body heat humidity and other climatic factors It s this surface oxidation though that gives a bronze watch its own character and adds a vintage look the major selling point for fans of this underappreciated mixture of metals Swiss Italian outfit Anonimo has specialized in bronze timepieces since 1997 and its latest model the Nautilo uses marine bronze with a thin coating of aluminum for additional resistance to mechanical stress salt water and corrosion Water resistant to 20 bar and housing a Sellita SW200 1 self winding movement this carefully crafted throwback to the diving watches of yore is a modern twist on a classic anonimo com Lifestyle remote control Sync your life wirelessly with this innovative smart tech Advertising Did you know Bronze watch casings pick up a natural unique tarnish or patina over time thanks to contact with the air moisture and oils from the skin But if you re not a fan it can be easily cleaned off Traditional methods include applying a paste made of lemon juice and baking soda NEW METAL Our pick of the best bronze watches Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special This bronze beauty resists water to 10 bar and its automatic caliber has a power reserve of up to 50 hours SuperLuminova coated digits and hands ensure optimal readability even in poor light zenith watches com IWC Aquatimer Chronograph Edition Expedition Charles Darwin This ode to the godfather of evolution has an aluminum bronze shell water resistant to 30 bar and a SafeDive one way rotating bezel system so that divers can

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  • How To Find A Missing Airplane
    jet of Lieutenant David Steeves a military pilot who crashed his plane deep in the Sierra Nevada back in 1957 Finding plane wreckage in a vast mountain range isn t easy But here s how it s done Sports What makes the best pilot A perspective from inside the cockpit on precision and preparation Advertising 1 Zone In Sometimes you have no clue as to where the plane is So you try to gather as much information as possible flight paths last known coordinates radar tracking You have to do some sleuthing but there s technology and databases that exist that can help Once you have coordinates for where you think the plane is plug that into Google Earth and look at the zone from the air that gives you a sense of what you re after 2 Catch a Lift Some of these crashes are in rugged impossible to reach locations So the next step is seeing how close you can get using a vehicle We usually pick wreck sites that require some work to get to That s our skillset But we ll still catch a lift as far as we can Once we get dropped off we have a protocol for how we travel through the landscape We have a logistics commander who stays at the vehicle We ll start in one group then branch out as we get closer to the search area We train our brains to look for things that are different Simon Donato Wreckage found at the site of the Steve Fossett plane crash Luis Moreira 3 Space Out We have something called critical spacing which is the distance between the searchers that would allow you both to see whatever sized object you re looking for For example if you lost a baseball in a wheat field and you have 10 people searching you almost need to be holding hands But if you re looking for a dump truck your spacing will be different We adjust based on that You also have to deal with steep terrain and thick vegetation and adapt to that 4 Stay Strong You ve got to have good fitness to get in there A lot of days we re putting in well over 20 miles of hiking so you need the endurance to stay with the team And you need to be able to go up and down steep terrain We usually pick wreck sites that require some work to get to That s our skillset Simon Donato 5 Start Looking Most of the time these planes are pretty broken up and tucked into steep ravines and that s why they re lost to the rest of the world But you have to remember they re metallic So if you catch them at the right light there will be some kind of reflectivity or glint We use binoculars and from a distance we start scanning the area we think the wreckage will be to see if we get

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  • Everything You Need To Know About Slalom Queen Mikaela Shiffrin
    It s Saturday night the thing you would most like to do is Probably go home and watch a movie with my parents I ve spent so much energy all the time doing skiing If I have free time I just go home The last thing that made you cry I was in Boston for one of the fundraisers for the US ski team and met a girl who s brother passed away this summer They are both ski racers and she came to Boston to meet me I was talking to her and she started crying And that made me cry Your dream holiday destination Probably Maui We used to go to Maui every year as a family and then we stopped when I was seven years old This summer we went back there again and it reminded me how much fun it is I can go biking and hiking and get in the ocean Newsletter Sign Up Get more stories delivered right to your inbox Click Here Click Here One fan tried to kiss me once I was totally taken by surprise and screamed get away from me That was pretty bad The craziest thing a fan has ever said or done to you One fan tried to kiss me once I was totally taken by surprise and screamed Get away from me That was pretty bad The most influential person in your life Probably my parents A word you don t say often enough but really should Flabbergasted I think that s a great word It s a mix of emotions like excited crazy and owerwhelmed It s also a funny sounding word Everybody should use this word more A word you use too often Like Advertising If you could have any super power what would it be and why I think I would want to fly because flying is so fun and I could go everywhere That would be amazing If you could be invisible what would you do I think I would go around and take people s head off or touch them on their shoulders Just weird things just mess with people It s raining outside what do you do Stay inside read and have a hot chocolate What would you never do alone Watch a scary movie alone A film you never get tired of watching is The Hunger Games and Harry Potter What makes you feel nervous Going on dates I m a daytime person And I love to sleep High heels or flats High heels But I have to say that high heels really hurt So high heels for a little bit then flats Dress or jeans A dress Daytime person or night owl I m a daytime person And I love to sleep A moment in your childhood that you will never forget I will probably never forget my first time having christmas on the East coast We moved to New Hampshire when I was seven years old Actually there

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