Family run businesses are often generations old, with one generation passing on their knowledge to the next. Some restaurants are no different, like this pizzeria in Jersey City, NJ. Here's a video of a proud dad showing off his seven-year-old son's pizza tossing skills in their restaurant kitchen.
Not everyone can rap as fast as Busta Rhymes - but this talented kid can. It's a skill this tyke has figured out at the tender age of four. Check out his promising debut video that's gone viral, where he lays down some slick verses that have absolutely no meaning. (Pretty much like modern day music, really.)
When it was on the air, MTV's 'Pimp My Ride' played a part in driving the craze for car modifications. The premise involved host Xbizit giving a contestant's run-down car a series of modifications that turn the ride into something that makes heads turn. It also involved the car owner shrieking in joy upon seeing the results.
YouTube comedian Freddie Wong believes the show's concept could be used for a spin-off, using mustangs. Nope, not the cars. Actual mustang horses.
'Parks and Recreation' man's man Ron Swanson is turning into a cult figure these days, thanks to actor Nick Offerman's deadpan demeanor. In this video from Funny or Die, Swanson is joined by another deadpan character from another one of NBC's hit comedies, Darryl Philbin (aka Craig Robinson) from 'The Office'. The pair sit in a bar watching a baseball game, and begin slamming each other over a classic Chicago feud: Cubs vs. Sox.
Henry River Mill Village in the town of Hildebran, North Carolina was not a place accustomed to a lot of visitors. But all that changed last year when 'The Hunger Games' was filmed there and used the setting as the post-apocalyptic district Katniss called home. The land's current owner, an 83-year-old named Wade Shepherd, is now selling the property after the film's success turned it into a tourist attraction, with fans coming by every day and taking photos.
Mankind have been dreaming about flying cars ever since the days of the 'Jetsons.' Back then, people predicted "by the year 2000" we would all be flying about in our sedans. This is 2012, and instead, we're complaining about rising gas prices as we still roll around in boring old 4-wheelers. But a Dutch company seems to think they have created the world's first street-legal flying car viable for mass production.
To those who are unfamiliar with American-British actor Andrew Garfield, he's the new kid who plays Spider-Man in the upcoming superhero flick 'The Amazing Spiderman'. Although the film's release is two months away, given the franchise is getting a fresh reboot, the stars are doing the promotional rounds early. Which means stopping by talk shows like 'Ellen' -- and she knows what's going to happen to Garfield once the film hits theaters on July 3rd.
We're counting down the days to the May 4th release of 'The Avengers,' which is sure to be a blast. But a major blockbuster film release also means promotional tie-ins. Like with department store chain Target, who are now offering its shoppers a whole slew of 'Avengers' goodies. And what better way to 'target' their customers by dressing up little kids as the Avenger superheroes and letting their imagination run wild?
New York's famed Carnegie Hall is usually reserved for classical music performances. Many of its attendees often dress up for the night and remain seated as they listen to the orchestra play the classics. So, not a place you would find killer harmonica solos then. But proud Southerner Buddy Greene wasn't going to let big city elitism shy away from doing what he does best -- play the harmonica in a life-changing performance.
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