James Jelinek

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These 8 Over-the-Top Grills Actually Exist

Fire it up! These are the most over-the-top grills on the market.<p><b>Just as we are all special, unique individuals</b>, the grills we use and love also have distinct personalities. Some are quiet and unassuming—hello, portable Weber—while others are a little, uh, flamboyant. If you like your grills loud, …


13 Rarely Seen Photos of Marilyn Monroe

So no, not the one of her in the white dress blowing up over the subway grate.<p>Marilyn Monroe rose to fame in the '50s and '60s, becoming one of America's most favorite actresses and most beloved blondes. Today, on what would've been her 89th birthday, we've rounded up some images of her that aren't …

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The 55 Best Field & Stream Reader Photos of 2012

Each month, <i>Field & Stream</i> editors review the hundreds of photos submitted by readers to our Trophy Room. If your photo is chosen to be printed in the …

iPhone Case with a Pop Out Wallet Drawer

The iPhone wallet case is certainly a well tread upon topic but here’s something that we feel is pretty innovative- the Push Case. Instead of a money …

Beneath the Spire of Chichester Cathedral, Chichester, England

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30 Best Reader Photos of 2013

Blast Away Grime With Baking Soda

If you've got heavy-duty cleaning jobs to tackle, get yourself a soda blaster, which uses sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) to remove paint, gunk, and corrosion.<p><b>A soda blaster is like a sandblaster</b>—it works in conjunction with an air compressor to clean dirty parts and surfaces. But instead of using …