Dutch musician Karsten Belt amusingly adds amazing saxophone solos to popular songs that don't have them and, per Belt, don't need them.
The KQED Deep Look series focuses on the hagfish, a blind eel-like creature that uses a naturally generated slime to suffocate prey.
Midnight Hobbies cleverly built an anthropomorphic mini Monster House using a tissue box, packaging cardboard, and popsicle sticks.
Woodworker Frank Howarth crafted beautiful, richly textured 12-sided segmented spheres from two polyhedral dodecahedrons.
The Main Squeeze outdid themselves with a magnificent cover of the iconic Pink Floyd song "Comfortably Numb".
A self-described "dog person" was having trouble bonding with his cat until he let down his guard and played fetch with her.
Macey Everett of the American Eagle Foundation spoke with GeoBeats about an elderly rescued African pied crow named Friar Tuck.
Filmmaker Paul E.T. explained the three specific components of a successful soundscape -- special effects, dialogue, and music.
Food History host Justin Dodd explains the history of Pad Thai, a tasty noodle recipe that was once considered the official dish of Thailand.
Edward Vega explained why television dialogue seems harder to understand and why younger people use closed captioning to watch television.