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02:48

It looks like a photo, but it’s a drawing

It looks like a photo, but it’s a drawing

You might think that these artfully rendered portraits are the work of a camera, but you'd be wrong. Instead, they're the creations of Arinze Stanley, a self-taught artist who works exclusively with charcoal and pencils. Using only his eyes and his artistic ability, he's able to capture the faces of his subjects in stunning detail. You won't believe how he does it.

 

06:40

How to make really good garlic bread

How to make really good garlic bread

Nothing quite goes with a delicious dinner like a tasty loaf of garlic bread. It's a staple of pizza restaurants and barbecues, but have you ever tried to make some for yourself? It can be tricky to get the taste and texture just right, but this video tutorial will show you the absolute best way to create some killer garlic bread in the comfort of your own kitchen.

 

08:23

“Toy Story 4” star Tim Allen on comedy and tragedy

“Toy Story 4” star Tim Allen on comedy

Toy Story is one of the most beloved movie franchises of all time. One of its biggest box office draws is none other than star Tim Allen, who plays the popular space ranger Buzz Lightyear. Learn his perspective on life, loss, and comedy in this captivating interview that gets into the mind behind the character.

 

02:25

How to download movies and TV shows before you travel | Digital Life Hack from Kim Komando

How to download movies and TV shows before you tra

A long plane, train or car ride (if you’re a passenger, of course) is the perfect time to binge watch a TV show or watch a movie. To save your wireless data and ensure you can watch with or without reliable Wi-Fi, download your content in advance. I'll show you how to download movies, TV episodes and more from Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube and even the Library of Congress.

 

03:10

How Marines respond to natural disasters

How Marines respond to natural disasters

Marines are called "the few, the proud" because they're some of the most elite members in the American Armed Forces. Their duties not only consist of fighting abroad, but also protecting and serving the United States homeland as well. Watch as these brave Marines tackle the fallout of Hurricane Florence in North Carolina, and see how these heroes handle a natural disaster.

 

02:07

This magical train ride was used in a Harry Potter film

This magical train ride was used in a Harry Potter

Scotland is a place of wonder -- filled with sweeping mountain vistas and deep, mysterious lakes called "lochs." You may have even heard of one, "Loch Ness," and the famous monster that supposedly lives inside its waters. See the beauty of the Scottish Highlands, and learn how it even inspired filmmakers to place the Hogwarts Express from Harry Potter among its beautiful green valleys.

 

45:59

What your personal info sells for online, smart bed tracking and more | The Kim Komando Show

What your personal info sells for online, smart be

In this week’s episode, which aired Saturday, June 15, 2019, on Bloomberg TV: it knows when you’ve been sleeping and knows when you’re awake, but it’s not Santa — it’s your smart bed. Learn why you shouldn’t sleep on their privacy notice. Plus, welcome to the circus of the future with 3D holographic animals. And, find out how to remove your personal data from broker sites.

 

02:17

Oops! Forgotten hot mic captures very private moment during public meeting

Oops! Forgotten hot mic captures very private mome

For many of us, our eyes glaze over when we hear about the humdrum of local politics. Despite the stereotype, however, city council meetings can be a goldmine for local misadventures. Take this mayor from Texas, who forgets to turn his hot mic off at the worst possible time. Turn up your sound for this one -- it'll make you laugh till you cry!

 

10:53

New Beyond Burger gets even closer to the real thing

New Beyond Burger gets even closer to the real thi

Have you tried the 'Beyond Burger?' Unlike your typical beef patty, these lean, mean protein-filled slices are actually made of plant matter. It's a vegan dream come true! Unlike your garden variety imitation meat, however, Beyond and its competitor Impossible Meats are emphasizing real meat flavor and texture in their products in the hopes of popularizing plant-based protein. Turns out, people love it! And the "meat" even bleeds like real beef too!

 

02:01

A ‘beer sommelier’ explains how pouring a beer the wrong way can give you a stomach ache

A ‘beer sommelier’ explains how pourin

There are experts in a wide variety of fields, but have you ever heard of a 'beer expert.' Okay sure, you might enjoy pounding back a couple of brews each day, but this gentleman is fully versed in the varieties, preparation and food pairings of beer culture. In this video, he explains a little known secret: how pouring your drink can affect how it settles after it's finished!

 

01:26

Billion Dollar Bully – OFFICIAL TRAILER

Billion Dollar Bully – OFFICIAL TRAILER

On her June 15 show, Kim talked to Davide Cerretini, a restaurant owner who deliberately asked for one-star reviews on Yelp. Why would he do that? The small business community sees Yelp’s sales tactic as extortion. Does Yelp genuinely have an interest in helping people support the best local businesses, or are they a pay-to-play advertising platform? His story was turned into a documentary, and this is the offiicial trailer. "Billion Dollar Bully" is available to purchase or rent on Amazon and iTunes.  

 

13:48

You know their voices, now see their faces

You know their voices, now see their faces

Sometimes, you'll hear a voice and instantly recognize who it is. Then, you'll here the voice again -- but out of a different mouth. Welcome to the world of voice over artists, who perfect their craft across multiple characters, franchises, and opportunities. Now, you'll be able to put a face to the voices you know and love. You won't believe what the "movie trailer guy" looks like.

 

02:27

Nature: Elk

Nature: Elk

One of the most majestic animals in North America, the Elk has long been a staple of the mountainous regions of the United States. Prized for its antlers, elks are popular with hunters, but watching the animal in its natural setting is just stunning to behold. These elks are protected in this sanctuary, and their numbers are continuing to climb.

 

01:33

Backfire! Sleep apps may actually be causing insomnia

Backfire! Sleep apps may actually be causing insom

Is there an app for that? People wanting a good night's sleep are downloading apps they think will help them go to dreamland. But now, a doctor in London says the apps don't have the intended effect, and Kim explains why.

 

02:49

This bra screens for breast cancer

This bra screens for breast cancer

Breast cancer is a top killer of women in the 21st century. Many of the risk factors are highly common, and regular screenings are recommended to all women to potentially catch the threat before it can grow. This lingerie, however, can screen for breast cancer on its own -- potentially saving lives! Would you wear this?

 

07:50

How to fall asleep in 2 minutes

How to fall asleep in 2 minutes

Sleep is more important than you might realize. It sets the tone for your day and affects your ability to think, work and process information. Without enough sleep, you may be at risk for greater mental and physical health issues -- but what if you can't fall asleep in the first place? These tips might be able to help.

 

02:24

5 royalty-free music sites to use for your projects | Digital Life Hacks

5 royalty-free music sites to use for your project

Video technology has advanced to the point where almost anyone can make professional-quality films at home. You just need a little time and know-how. Once your masterpiece video is complete you’re going to want to add some cool music. But, where can you find royalty-free tunes without violating copyright laws? Check this article out and we’ll tell you about five sites that let you download free music for your projects.

 

03:02

Why the $2 million Karlmann King Is the world’s most expensive SUV

Why the $2 million Karlmann King Is the world’s

If you were to name a few car manufacturers, Ford, Dodge, Toyota and BMW might come to mind. But have you ever heard of Karlmann King? It's the sole creator of the world's most expensive SUV -- a polygonal, bulletproof behemoth with luxury features to match its outrageous price tag. Would you take a ride?

 

05:05

The real reason dollar menus are disappearing across the country

The real reason dollar menus are disappearing acro

Fast food is loved in America as a cheap, quick alternative to a home-cooked meal -- with an emphasis on the cheap part. Surprisingly, though, times are changing and restaurants all over the nation are slashing their dollar menus. Why is this? Turns out it's millennials, and they have a very different idea about what makes for a good, cheap lunch.

 

03:08

Parisians try to pronounce words in English

Parisians try to pronounce words in English

English isn't the easiest language to learn. For many, acquiring English is a years-long process that involves hours of studying, practice and conversation to master. Much of this has to do with our tendency to spell words differently than they sound. The French language does this as well, so you'd think French people would have an easy time with English. Turns out, that's not the case at all. Watch these French people struggle with some of our sillier sounding words.

 

06:09

Why pedigree dogs are so expensive

Why pedigree dogs are so expensive

Dog lovers are familiar with the endless debate between adopting a pooch versus buying one -- but why is there a debate at all?  Some cite the ethical differences, as well as the pet overpopulation problem, but one fact that can't be ignored is just how expensive pedigree dogs are. You won't believe why some people are willing to pay millions for a certified puppy!

 

07:45

18 yr old strives to save ocean one phone case at a time | Great Calls from The Kim Komando Show

18 yr old strives to save ocean one phone case at

After watching his younger sister go through phone cases like candy, this young man took his passion for recycling and his love for ocean life and turned it into a business. Now, he's taking plastic from the ocean and transforming it into phone cases. He's also making a difference in Haiti. Find out how, as Kim dives deeper into his business called 'Reyuze Cases.'

 

02:19

Michelin introduces puncture-proof airless tire

Michelin introduces puncture-proof airless tire

Even with the most powerful engines and horsepower, our cars aren't getting anywhere without good tires. They're so important, in fact, that running over something as small as a nail can pop the tire and keep even the fanciest car grounded. With that in mind, tire manufacturer Michelin has been hard at work developing the next generation of tires. Its latest prototype is an incredible beast of a wheel that keeps itself upright with carefully arranged rubber spokes. Watch how Michelin's test car drives with these futuristic new wheels.

 

06:40

Sneaky ways Trader Joe’s gets you to spend money

Sneaky ways Trader Joe’s gets you to spend m

Trader Joe's is different than other grocery stores in America. Unlike supermarkets and big-box chains like Costco, Trader Joe's relies on private, international sources for its eclectic mix of products. On top of this, all its branding is done in house -- giving all of the store's offerings a quirky, vintage feel. Yet, despite the supposedly good deals, people always end up spending more than they expect when they visit the Trader. Why is this?

 

45:58

Alexa privacy concerns, saving money with streaming, and more | The Kim Komando Show

Alexa privacy concerns, saving money with streamin

In this week’s episode of The Kim Komando Show, which aired Saturday, June 8, 2019, on Bloomberg TV: A newly-revealed patent application filed by Amazon is raising some privacy concerns about just how much Alexa is listening. Plus, if you’re having trouble finding the right photographer for your big day, you might consider a selfie robot. And, a complete guide to saving big bucks on your cable bill by getting into streaming.

 

07:36

The ultimate paper airplane

The ultimate paper airplane

Anyone who’s ever been bored in a classroom knows the joy that comes with making and throwing paper planes. Over the last decade, this designer has been taking his papercraft skills to the next level. Luca Iaconi-Stewart has been creating a meticulously detailed Boeing 777 model out of paper, complete with seats, landing gear and exterior details. Only one question remains: Will it fly? 

 

05:11

The animals of Chernobyl

The animals of Chernobyl

Chernobyl is back in the news in a big way thanks to HBO's fantastic miniseries surrounding the devastating nuclear incident. Now that years have passed, nature has reclaimed the cities of Pripyat and Chernobyl -- bringing with it new growth of plants and animal life. But not everything is as it seems. These animals grew under the shadow of radiation, and are carrying with them some surprising adaptations of their own.

 

03:31

Watermelon smoked to look like meat

Watermelon smoked to look like meat

When the weather heats up in the summer, nothing is more refreshing than a cool, sweet watermelon. Likewise, summer is also the best time to gather with friends and family for a night of barbecue. Separately, these seasonal foods sound great -- but what if you combined the two. It sounds crazy, but this chef has created a steak like no other: a smoked watermelon that looks just like a slab of meat. Was this a good idea at all? What does it taste like? You won't believe the reaction.

 

01:34

Geometric popsicles are designed for people with sensitive teeth

Geometric popsicles are designed for people with s

Nothing is worse than biting into a cool treat and feeling the sting of a sensitive tooth. If you experience tingling or pain in your teeth or gums when exposed to hot or cold, you probably have sensitive teeth -- but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on your favorite treats. One entrepreneur is creating specialty popsicles with a unique geometric shape that's safe for anyone to eat without discomfort. Does it work?

 

03:46

You should never reheat chicken in the microwave. Here’s why:

You should never reheat chicken in the microwave.

Microwaves make kitchen-work simple, but it's not a "one-size-fits-all" solution to food prep. Certain foods won't heat evenly in the microwave, bowls and plates can get overly hot, and some food, actually, can even be unsafe to eat. Despite the mythology surrounding it, microwaves don't always kill germs -- and putting chicken in the microwave can be a risk to your health.

 

03:36

This is why Costco’s hot dog combos really cost $1.50

This is why Costco’s hot dog combos really c

We've covered Costco's legendary pizza before, but the true big-box fanatics all clamor for the delicious, all-beef hot dogs found in the store's food court. These tasty combos are set at the insanely low price of $1.50, which means Costco loses money with every frank sold. Why does it keep the price so low?

 

03:13

3D-Printed home can be constructed for under $4,000

3D-Printed home can be constructed for under $4,00

Homelessness is a global problem, but researchers think they may have the solution: 3D printing! These small, affordable homes are made of printed pieces and come ready to assemble. Putting them together takes less than a day, and the price is only estimated at around $4,000. Could you live in one of these 3D printed houses?

 

03:25

10-year-old girl keeps same pet tortoise 56 years

10-year-old girl keeps same pet tortoise 56 years

In 1962, 10-year-old Jeanna Smith received a pet for her birthday. This pet, a tortoise named George, has been a lifelong friend as she's lived through her life. Now, 56 years later, George is still alive and kicking, and the pair couldn't be any closer. See how deep the bonds run between humans and pets in this extraordinary profile of friendship.

 

03:40

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett pick up a shift at Dairy Queen

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett pick up a shift at D

Despite holding more combined wealth than most humans that have ever lived, Warren Buffet and Bill Gates have very unique philosophies when it comes to spending and making money. Gates is one of the most charitable people in the world, and Buffet continues to live modestly in an ordinary house with his family. Now, two of the richest men on earth are taking a trip to a nearby Dairy Queen to see what workers are doing on the front-lines of customer service. What's more, they both take on a shift for themselves. They're just like us! Only thousands of times richer!

 

02:06

97-year-old U.S. paratrooper veteran jumps in D-Day rerun

97-year-old U.S. paratrooper veteran jumps in D-Da

The anniversary of D-Day marks our remembrance of the Allied invasion of France against the Nazis during World War II. That day, hundreds of brave young men gave their lives in the fight against tyranny. Those who came home have been honored as heroes, their achievements permanently carved into our shared American history. Now, 75 years later, a surviving veteran is re-enacting one of the most important moments of his life: a daredevil jump from a plane into Normandy.

 

02:06

DIY Security – Stop devices from recording you

DIY Security – Stop devices from recording y

Seems like we owe the tinfoil hat club a big apology. Yes, there are eyes and ears everywhere in just about any large city in the world. Here in the good, old U.S. of A, our smartphones, tablets, computers, cars, voiceless assistants and all manner of cameras are watching and listening to you. Watch this video to learn how to stop them from listening to you.

 

01:47

Can young people read a clock?

Can young people read a clock?

Analog has given way to digital on many fronts, but there's a sizable portion of the population that loves and appreciates the classic aesthetic of a traditional clock. With its circle of numbers surrounding two central dials, it's a timeless way to tell time -- but not everyone knows how to read it, believe it or not. Watch this clip from the Jimmy Kimmel show that tests the younger generation's ability to read the face of a clock. The results aren't pretty.

 

03:53

How all you can eat restaurants make money

How all you can eat restaurants make money

There's an expression that goes "if something sounds too good to be true, then it probably is." The same can be said for buffets, or other kinds of all you can eat restaurants. On their face, these eateries offer tantalizing portions and ready-to-eat food for a flat, affordable rate. Well, these companies have to make money somehow, and the way they do it with buffets is supremely clever.

 

01:22

Shocking NY Times expose about YouTube and pedophiles

Shocking NY Times expose about YouTube and pedophi

You may want to think twice before posting innocent videos of your children frolicking in the pool or doing gymnastics. A disturbing report in the New York Times finds that such videos can end up on pedophiles' computer screens -- and you can thank YouTube for that.

 

00:00

The sandwich in a pickle

The sandwich in a pickle

To say sandwiches are popular would be an understatement. They're one of the most popular forms of food, after all, and a staple of lunch across the entire country. That said, the traditional "two slices of bread, toppings, and condiments" formula can get stale, so restaurateurs and chefs are constantly trying new variations on the beloved dish. In this New Jersey sandwich shop, owner Katherine Cohen thinks she's figured it out: a sandwich served inside of a pickle! Do you think it's worth a taste?

 

01:31

Here’s why the American flag is reversed on military uniforms

Here’s why the American flag is reversed on

In America, we pay great respect to our flag. More than just a simple banner, it symbolizes the sacrifices and values of the brave men and women who've given their lives to defend it. While we have various rules and rituals about how the flag is displayed, it's not uncommon to see it presented backwards on military uniforms. Why is that? Believe it or not, there's a meaningful reason behind it.

 

45:59

DHS drone alert, purr-fect smart litter box, useful Alexa commands, and more | The Kim Komando Show

DHS drone alert, purr-fect smart litter box, usefu

In this episode of The Kim Komando Show, which aired on June 1, 2019, on Bloomberg TV: The U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security issued a major alert against using Chinese-made drones, but why panic? Kim explains. Plus, if you’re a cat lover, welcome to the future with a smart litter box that’s too purr-fect to be true. And, Kim speaks with an amazing woman who doubled sales of her clothing line using Instagram.

 

01:59

Almanac: The birth of Dracula

Almanac: The birth of Dracula

You've seen him in movies, read about him in books, and know of his frightful presence. Even the mere mention of his name can send shivers down the spine. That name is Dracula, and despite being one of the most popular characters in literature and culture, the lord of the night is actually based on a real man: Vlad Tepes. Learn the true story behind one of the most fearsome faces in pop culture.

 

03:36

How this surf instructor is changing lives

How this surf instructor is changing lives

For people dealing with health and mobility issues, time among nature can be one of the most therapeutic treatments available. Because of this, educators around the world are trying to reconnect people with the environment. This surf instructor from California is making waves with his lessons, and helping people gain a new lease on life -- as well as an appreciation for the ocean.

 

03:39

This dad interviewed his daughter on her first day of school for 13 years

This dad interviewed his daughter on her first day

Life moves by too quickly at times -- especially if you have kids. One moment, they're just tiny babies in your arms. The next, they're in a car of their own, driving away to college. Because of this, it's important to appreciate the time in between, like this one father did. Every year on his daughter's first day of school, he turned on the camera and asked for her thoughts. Now, you can see more than a decade of growth happen right before your eyes. They grow up so fast...