Sam Kench of Brickwall Pictures remarkably named one iconic film for each year of the 145 years since the birth of cinema.
Rhetty for History looked back on sodas discontinued over the last 60 years, some recognizable today and others that are lesser known.
Paul Goldstein captured beautiful footage of three tiny lion cubs bravely leaping across the Ntiakntiak River in Kenya.
Alternative Cuts Studios made a second mashup of "Breaking Bad" and "Hell's Kitchen", which was almost as potentially lethal as the first.
Humboldt penguins bravely crowd surf grumpy sea lions in a clip from the David Attenborough-narrated series "Seven Worlds, One Planet".
Burl of Burl's Art melted down 38 pounds of recycled cans (~1000 cans) to build a sleek and shiny all-aluminum guitar.
Compassionate Canadian oil worker Kendal Diwisch freed three kittens from the ice using lukewarm coffee from his truck.
Global Data created a celestial 3D animation comparing the scale size of astronomical objects in our known universe.
John Hakari trained his young border collie to retrieve her deaf older collie sister from outside upon command whenever needed.
Exploring Alternatives visited Stephanie and Joel, a determined couple in Canada who spent 14 years living in a completely off-grid house.