‘Top Gun 2’: Here’s Your First Look at Tom Cruise in the Action-Packed ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Trailer

‘Top Gun 2’: Here’s Your First Look at Tom Cruise in the Action-Packed ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Trailer

Tom Cruise is ready to fly—again. The first Top Gun: Maverick trailer has been released, putting the audience into the sky right alongside Cruise’s character Pete “Maverick” Mitchell.

The movie was originally set for a 2019 release, but was pushed back to 2020 so director Joseph Kosinski could work on getting the most high-tech equipment he could shoot fighter jets in action. From the first trailer, it looks like he’s succeeded. Tom Cruise surprised the Hall H crowd at Comic-Con in San Diego with the trailer for the film. The movie is being put together by Paramount Pictures, Skydance and Jerry Bruckheimer, bringing Top Gun to a new generation of fans.

The new trailer shows off Maverick in action in the skies along with the supporting cast of Jon Hamm, Ed Harris, Miles Teller, Glen Powell, and Jennifer … Read the rest

Garlic: Worth the bad breath

Garlic: Worth the bad breath

Garlic comes from Central Asia and northeastern Iran.
However, it is a seasoning that is used all over the world. This spice is a
relative to onion, leek, chives, and shallots. It is readily used for cooking
and sautéing. The perks of garlic are many, and the health benefits have made
many people fans.

  1. The
    most popular benefit of garlic is its ability to boost the immune system with
    its powerful ability to fight infection. Garlic contains antibacterial,
    anti-fungal, and antiviral properties. Garlic in raw form, can be rubbed on
    skin conditions that are fungi, virus, or bacterial related. One of the
    components called, ajoene, can help fight yeast infections.
  2. Garlic
    can also boost immunity. This spice is absolutely loaded with vitamin C. It
    also contains a high amount of potassium which means it helps with the
    absorption of other nutrients. The smell clears up lunge and throat problems.
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The World’s Best Craft Gins You’ve Never Tried

The World’s Best Craft Gins You’ve Never Tried

Mother’s Ruin. Dutch Courage. Ladies’ Delight. Gin has managed to rack up a fair share of nicknames since its inception during the Middle Ages. It’s considered to be one of the most versatile and broadest categories of spirits, boasting a massive variety of styles, production techniques, and flavor profiles. But the central component that binds them all together is, of course, the star ingredient: juniper.

The gin that most of us sip today is simply a modern-day evolution of the Dutch liquor known as jenever. Originally used as an herbal remedy, it continued its progression over the centuries, eventually rising to international fame in Great Britain during the late 1600s when William of Orange became King William III of England. Ever since, the world has continued to associate the spirit with the U.K., and the London Dry style still reigns as one of the most popular interpretations (think: … Read the rest

The Best Wet Shave Razors for Men with Sensitive Skin

The Best Wet Shave Razors for Men with Sensitive Skin

If you want the smoothest skin and the closest cut, then you need a wet shave. Electric razors are handy, but they just don’t give the smooth, tight finish that a razor can provide. But it’s also well known that a wet razor shave can be uncomfortable for a lot of guys. What are the best wet razors for men with sensitive skin?

We checked out a bunch, and came up with a list of seven, in no particular order, that we really like:

  1. Gillette Heated Razor

  2. Schick HydroSense

  3. Merkur Futur

  4. Gillette Fusion5

  5. Harry’s The Truman

  6. Gillette ProShield

  7. Solimo MultiSphere.

Wet razors feature two main components: the handle, and the changeable and disposable blade(s). You really ought to switch out your razor every couple of weeks, especially if you shave once (or more) a day. Not only do blunt blades irritate your face, but bacteria builds up quickly with regular … Read the rest

Can You Drink Yourself to Sleep? (No, Not With Booze)

Can You Drink Yourself to Sleep? (No, Not With Booze)

Put down the bourbon, that’s not what this is about. Drinks that claim to induce sleep—besides, you know, a night cap—are popping up all over Instagram feeds (right next to personalized supplement subscriptions and vapable vitamins). Maybe you’ve seen brands like Snoooze, Som Sleep, Neuro Sleep, and Vital Proteins Collagen Shot in Sleep, and maybe you’ve wondered if sleep drinks could finally be the thing to help you get a good night’s rest.

Considering that more than a third of people aren’t getting the seven or more hours of sleep recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine to function at their best, and 30 to 35 percent of people suffer from insomnia, who wouldn’t want a shortcut?

“Many of these sleep drinks work because they contain ingredients that have been … Read the rest

Exploring the Greenland Ice Sheet With Pro Climber Will Gadd

Exploring the Greenland Ice Sheet With Pro Climber Will Gadd

Ice climber Will Gadd is no stranger to taking on dangerous terrain. Over his career, Gadd has explored remote areas in the Colorado Rockies, the shores of Ireland, Kilimanjaro, Canada’s highest waterfall, Utah’s Snow Canyon, and Niagara Falls, becoming the first person to climb the ice-covered rock wall there. But his most recent adventure might be his most thrilling yet.

For his new Red Bull TV film Beneath the Ice, Gadd traveled to the Greenland ice sheet to explore the deep caverns and holes in the ice cap, descending hundreds of feet in dangerous conditions to learn more about spots that basically no one in the world has ever explored. Working with professor and glaciologist Jason Gulley, Gadd hoped to find out how meltwater flows within glaciers and impacts the climate, including sea level rise.

“We wanted … Read the rest