The Best YouTube Cooking Channels

While there are literally hundreds of amazing cooking TV shows to choose from if you’re interested in culinary entertainment, sometimes you don’t have 30 to 60 minutes to dedicate towards relaxation. If you’re on the hunt for short, entertaining cooking demonstrations and discussions, look no further than YouTube, home to all things video.

The Strangest Sports Ever Conceived

Sports help us forget about our problems. Most of us sports fans lean towards the more established leagues: basketball, baseball, hockey, football… but there’s more to the world of competition than the so-called “Big four.” Many of them are a lot more creative, too.

The Most Famous Animal Actors

They make us laugh, they make us cry and they also make us envious. I mean, if that dog possesses the acting range of Sir Anthony Hopkins then surely my dog can learn how to, you know, not go to the bathroom on my favorite area rug. But I digress.

Best and Worst Movie Sequels Ever

Since the film industry began, production companies and marketing agencies have used sequels to cash in on the success of the original film. Movie-making is an art, not a science, and sometimes it’s hard to know what the public will embrace, and what will fall by the wayside.

Best Young Adult Books with Female Heroines

With the amount of literature that’s out there today, it can be hard to decide what to read next. It’s tempting to read whatever is put in front of us, without exploring the book first, and unfortunately this usually means that we wind up reading a lot of books with male protagonists and male heroes. Luckily for us, a little digging can produce a list of amazing books that are perfect for growing girls.

The 12 Most Memorable Royal Weddings in History

The May 19th wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — now titled the Duke and Duchess of Sussex — was celebrated around the world. Even people who loathe the pomp and ceremony (and excessive spending!) of a royal wedding were sucked into the simple elegance of the couple, and the meaningful touches that the new Duke and Duchess put on the ancient and traditional ceremony.

Apocalypse Soon: History through the Doomsday Clock

Since the Doomsday Clock was first conceived in 1947 by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist’s Science and Security board, the minute hand has wavered back and forth away from and towards impending doom depending on a number of factors including international relations, changing political regimes, the development of new nuclear weapons, and in recent years, climate change.