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Leaked footage from the film set shows Johansson's stunt double 'doing work' on the newly announced concept bike.
Made from locally harvested plants and barks, this gentle cleanser leaves skin feeling soft and smooth.
During Europe's warmer months, this ancient fortress comes to life with greenery.
Happy folks all seem to have a few things in common.
The landing pad was originally built by the town of St. Paul in Alberta, Canada to attract tourists both from this world, and from afar.
"Today" show pulls back the curtain on one of the most anticipated films of 2015.
New TV series will make modern viewers appreciate the genius of ancient problem solvers.
After years of unveiling tricked-out "Zombie Survival Machines" at Comic-Con, Hyundai is finally releasing one you can buy.
Anthony Archer-Wells creates the perfect natural environment for some amazing swimming holes.
This new TNT drama about a viral outbreak is grounded in scientific reality, thanks to the help of virologist consultants.
There are makeup brush cleaner kits you can purchase, but why do that when you can clean them with items you already own?
'Running Wild with Bear Grylls' will feature the survivalist paired with a different celebrity for each episode.
Burt Shavitz, who lives on 37 acres in rural Maine, says staying connected to the land he loves is all that matters now.
In this stunning series, photographer David Orias captures the surreal, colorful reflections found in the waves of the Pacific Ocean as they roll along the shores of southern California.
For the unconventional bucket list, these far-out installations and visionary environments across the U.S. are a must.
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