Jude Law is still nursing that burn Chris Rock dealt him at the 2005 Oscars

Photo: Jeff Kravitz (Getty Images)Jude Law is the subject of a compelling new Vulture interview in which the actor’s “blinding” beauty serves as a means of framing his artistic journey over the years. Speaking of Law’s recent turns in The Young Pope and The New Pope, for example, director Paolo Sorrentino says, “The beauty of Jude…

How the Fata Morgan Mirage Works

Main Blog > How the Fata Morgan Mirage Works The phenomenon known as the Fata Morgana mirage causes seafarers to see things that don’t exist on the horizon. It’s not due to seasickness or hunger or the relentless boredom of sailing driving one mad, but those things probably didn’t help. It’s a real illusion caused…

This New Zero-Emission Superyacht Concept Can Power Itself Entirely by Wind

Click here to read the full article. Philippe Briand is starting off 2020 with a bang. The London-based design studio has just unveiled a stunning superyacht concept that will be powered entirely by wind.The 200-foot vessel, known as the SY200, will be completely self-sufficient in terms of energy and promises a true zero-emission sailing experience.More…

♬ Under the sea, Under the sea/ Strip-mining’s much better, Down where it’s wetter, Take it from me/ Up on the coast they work throughout the day, Monitored by the EPA/ While we be cruising, Discard harmful tailings, Under the sea ♬ [Frightening]

Main Discussion Sports Business Geek Entertainment D’awww Food Politics Podcast   ♬ Under the sea, Under the sea / Strip-mining’s better, Down where it’s wetter, Take it from me / Up on the shore they work all day, Monitored by the EPA / While we be sailing, Dump toxic tailings, Under the sea ♬   (msn.com)…

Happy 25th Birthday, Voyager, the Star Trek of My Heart

As a three-year-old—and also a Brit—I was not particularly paying attention when, 25 years ago today, Star Trek: Voyager began its sojourn out of the Delta Quadrant on UPN. My path to discovering it, and Star Trek at large, was appropriately a bit more circuitous.I can’t remember when exactly I first saw Voyager, but I…

The Ghastly Catastrophe of Dolittle

The new film starring Robert Downey Jr. as a doctor who talks to animals is transfixing at times, if only because it’s such a disaster. David Sims January 16, 2020 Universal Hollywood makes bad movies all the time. Sometimes they’re highly enjoyable pieces of schlock that divert your attention for 90 minutes before vanishing from…

A minimum of 12 individuals die as boat sinks off Greek island of Paxi

Thousands of migrants and refugees have died in recent years while attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea [File: Reuters] At least 12 people have drowned when a boat loaded with asylum seekers sank in the Ionian Sea, according to Greece’s coast guard.     “So far 12 bodies have been recovered. The search and rescue operation continues,”…

Carnival delays launching of its biggest ship ever

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Raising Member Cruise Magic for One Lucky Family–

While every family sailing aboard a Disney Vacation Club Member Cruise enjoys what we hope is an experience they’ll long remember for all the right reasons, the October 2019 Member Cruise voyage from New York City was particularly magical for the Duzmal family of Kentucky. “When we boarded the ship, a nice gentlemen approached us…

Hilary Lister, Quadriplegic, Pulled Off Some Really Mindblowing Sailing Tasks

It is an interesting thing. For some, their biggest physical accomplishments in life, their grandest adventures, come after only immense physical hardship. Something about veering so close to the line between life and death, mobility and incapacity, they choose not just life, but quite a lot of it, all at once, in ways they hadn’t…