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  1. ORPHAN BARREL COPPER TONGUE BOURBON After nearly a decade and a string of premium whiskey releases, the Orphan Barrel brand is back with one of its best offerings to date. The new release is a blend of two separate 16-year-old bourbons that creates a balanced, complex dram. Named Copper Tongue after the copperhead snakes that reside near the Dickel distillery where the bourbon was crafted, it's bottled in the brand's signature rectangular-shaped glass bottles at cask strength — but remains approachable at just 89.8 proof.
  2. BODMIN JAIL HOTEL Built in 1779, the Bodmin Jail housed petty criminals until it closed in the 1920s. Now, its former cells serve as luxury suites for Cornwall's latest hotel. The conversion comes after a six-year, multi-million dollar restoration, transforming the derelict ruins into inviting communal spaces and 70 guest rooms. Cells were combined to create spacious suites that include king-size beds, free-standing soaking tubs, and walk-in showers, while the onsite chapel is now the main bar and restaurant. Although most of the functions have changed, the property maintains its hi
  3. GROVEMADE WOOD HEADPHONE STAND A bold statement piece for your desk, Grovemade makes premium accessories for your home office like this Wood Headphone Stand. The stand is a beautiful resting place for your favorite headphones and is constructed using solid hardwood, natural vegetable-tanned leather, and stainless steel to offer a sleek, layered look that complements everything in your office. Made in the USA the stand is heavy enough to stay put while in use and thanks to the use of authentic materials will develop a distinguished character over time. $150
  4. 1996 ALFA ROMEO 155 V6 TI ITC Alfa Romeo dominated touring car racing in Europe from 1992 to 1996 with its 155 sedans. Knocking cars like the formidable Mercedes 190E out of the top spot, the 155 would see constant updates that kept it at the forefront of competition across the Continent, from Germany to Spain to England. This 155 V6 TI ITC is the ultimate evolution of the 155, sharing as much with Formula One cars of the era as its road-going namesake. Tubular front and rear subframes carry F1-style pushrod-actuated suspension, along with a paddle-shift transmission and highly-deve
  5. FILSON ROLL TOP DRY TOTE The simple design of Filson's roll-top tote belies its effectiveness. It's made from TPU-coated 840D nylon that's both durable and lightweight, and when rolled three times and cinched with the side buckles, offers waterproof protection for the load inside. RF-welded seams provide long-term durability, and are joined in the build by 2"-wide webbing handles with neoprene grips, Molle webbing and D-rings for attaching gear that doesn't need the waterproof protection of the interior, and an adjustable, removable padded shoulder strap for hands-free carry. $185 U
  6. Tattoo Written by Legendary tattoo artist and historian Henk Schiffmacher, this new book by book publisher Taschen, takes us on a personal journey through the history of tattooing from the 1730s to the 1970s. Tattoo is an oversized book packed with stunning tattoo artifacts and designs, delivered in an easy-to-read and awe-inspiring format over the course of five different chapters. Showcasing over two hundred years of worldwide tattoo history, the huge book is limited to 10,000 individually numbered copies, and spans almost 450 pages with 700+ images.
  7. 'John Wick 4' Adds Donnie Yen to Cast Donnie Yen has been cast in the upcoming John Wick: Chapter 4, per an exclusive report from Deadline. The sequel to 2019's John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum will see Yen portraying an old friend to Keanu Reeves' titular assassin John Wick, who, according to Deadline, "shares his same history and many of the same enemies." John Wick 4 will be helmed by director Chad Stahelski, who served as a co-director on the first John Wick film alongside David Leitch before taking on solo directing duties for the following two sequels. The film's screenp
  8. Netflix’s Icelandic Sci-Fi Movie Katla Looks Absolutely Baffling in the Best Way Iceland’s giant volcano Katla is overdue for a very, very large eruption. It’s kind of terrifying, but Netflix’s first-ever Icelandic movie, which is also titled Katla, manages to make the volcano look much more dangerous and infinitely creepier, as this first trailer shows. Honestly, there’s so much going on in this trailer, none of it explained in the slightest, that Katla — both the movie and the volcano itself — is a profound enigma. The official synopsis offers absolutely no help what
  9. Watch Robbers Attempt To Rob A Guy Pumping Gas And I Bet You Know How Well That Went I feel like this is the sort of thing any semi-competent robbing team/club/troupe should have been able to see coming. If you’re going to pull up in a van to try and roll some dude pumping gas, you really should realise that your mark will be holding a weapon capable of spraying a noxious, dangerous, highly flammable liquid all over you. This realisation did not occur to some Chilean robbers, who learned it the hard way.
  10. The Final Conjuring 3 Trailer Manages to Make Even a Classic Blondie Jam Sound Scary as Hell If you’re a horror fan, chances are you’ve already got your Friday night plans set: the third Conjuring movie, tantalizingly subtitled The Devil Made Me Do It, will be arriving in theatres and streaming on HBO Max. Fittingly, Warner Bros. has released one final trailer to hint at the frights to come. This trailer admittedly doesn’t deviate too much from what we’ve already seen from the movie — once again, it explains that it’s inspired by a real-life case from the files of Ed and Lo
  11. Hell Yes, We’re Going to Venus NASA announced Wednesday that two missions will visit Venus by the end of this decade, the first direct exploration of the hot planet since 1994. One spacecraft is set to orbit Venus, mapping it and studying it from above, while the other will attempt to land on the surface, sampling the planet’s atmosphere as it descends to understand its chemical composition. The missions are the latest to come out of NASA’s Discovery Program, which is essentially an in-house incubator for planetary science missions. “These two sister missions both aim to unders
  12. Hugh Jackman Follows His Heart in the First Trailer for Lisa Joy’s Reminiscence A neo-noir mystery, a love story, and tech-assisted journeys through the darkest parts of the mind all factor into Reminiscence. Written and directed by Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy, the sci-fi drama stars Hugh Jackman as a man who specialises in recovering memories — until he falls for an alluring client (Rebecca Ferguson) who suddenly vanishes. Take a look at the first trailer and find out what else Gizmodo learned about the film recently. Reminiscence is set in a near-future version of Miami
  13. Former NASA Engineer Builds Mission Impossible-Style Obstacle Course to Protect His Nuts From Thieving Squirrels One of the most popular YouTube videos of 2020 was from former NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory engineer Mark Rober who attempted to build a squirrel-proof obstacle course. Spoiler alert: it wasn’t, so a year later he’s trying again, and this time taking inspiration from movies like Mission Impossible and Ocean’s Eleven with laser rooms, trap doors, and rooftop mazes. Last year’s experiment was inspired by Rober’s efforts to pursue bird watching as a way to endure
  14. Humans Have Lived In The Shadow Of The Himalayas For More Than 5,000 Years Few parts of the world would seem as inhospitable to humans as the highlands of the Tibetan Plateau, near the Himalayas. Archaeologists have long wondered when, where and how our ancestors began to explore and occupy these landscapes. But evidence of early human presence on the plateau has been scarce — and dating the few remaining traces has proven an ongoing challenge. Using a recently developed dating technique, our research team has now produced the first solid evidence for human presence on the

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