In this pitch perfect homage to classic Hollywood musicals, New York actors Royer Bockus and Mark Bedard dance down Fifth Avenue, earning both odd and delighted looks from passersby. Reenacting the “A Couple Of Swells” sequence from Irving Berlin’s Easter Parade, Bockus and Bedard nail the movie’s choreography as originally performed by Judy Garland and Fred Astaire. Here's the original sequence for comparison:
D.P.s/camera operators Sam Wegner and Walls Trimble captured Bockus and Bedard's quirky tribute.
Yes, yes there is. The ultraportable Twisty Glass Mini boasts all of the simplicity of its forebear, while fitting just a little bit better in your pocket.The Mini is perfect for casual smokers, and anyone who doesn’t have the patience or fine motor skill for rolling papers. This piece keeps the convenient design of its older […]
Learning to code is a perfect way to grow your technical sophistication, and open up a host of new career options. But since most “learn to code” initiatives focus heavily on web development, it can be tough to find good resources for general-purpose computer science outside of a 4-year degree program. To get a broad […]
While many newer smartphones boast decent water resistance, most of us are still stuck with the kind of handsets that need to spend the night in a bowl of rice when they get wet. If you want to enjoy your favorite podcasts in the shower but are holding out for your next phone upgrade, this […]