Super Bowl LIII is happening on Sunday, February 3 at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS. But if you, like many of our readers, have recently decided to cut the cable cord, you might be wondering how you're going to watch the big game live. The good news? It's going to be really, really easy.
Raise your hand if you binged Tidying Up with Marie Kondo this weekend. (Note: My hand is up.) If there's an organization fairy, it's definitely Kondo, a sweet Japanese Mary Poppins pixie who supportively flits about exclaiming her love of a good mess and dispensing advice on how to organize it.
If you want to give up cable but can't bring yourself to do it because you would miss all of the live sports you love to watch, this article is for you.
If you're a bookworm with an eReader, tablet, or access to an internet-connected computer, you might already be aware of the vast library of free public domain books available to download online.
7-Eleven Day is one of our favorite fake holidays, because what could be better than a free Slurpee during a summer heatwave?
Commercial DNA tests are everywhere these days, and while it's really cool to finally know whether or not that old family legend about Native American ancestry is actually true, or how Irish you are within 1/10 of a percent, there's a lot more you can do with your DNA than what your testing company gives in your report.
Your bracket is full, your heart is pounding in anticipation and you're ready to see your favorite teams take the hardwood. But if you're in need of new team swag, or if recently took our advice to cancel your cable, you might be a little nervous. How are you going watch it all? And where can you find cheap team apparel at the last minute?
We may have said "Hasta la vista, baby" to the late fees, overpriced rentals, and the inconvenience of video stores, but most of us are still learning how to find our way through the ever-evolving world of online video streaming.
In-person guitar lessons can be costly, so we checked out some alternatives. The most exciting option we came across was a relatively new company called Loog Guitars, which makes three-string learner guitars and an accompanying mobile app for beginners. We recently released an unboxing video for two styles of their learner guitars, the Loog Mini and the Loog Pro. Here’s what we learned.