Danilo Rafael Sanidad Garcia

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A Musician Saved His Career By Playing a Violin During Brain Surgery

Roger Frisch had to keep playing his instrument while doctors stuck wires inside his brain.<p>Nightmares take many shapes and forms. They can be real-life problems, like watching Bastille while sober. Or they can be things that happen in your head while you’re asleep.<p>If you’re lucky, most nightmares …

The Top Video Games Of 2015

It’s very difficult to pick a top 10 list for upcoming video games.<p>2015 is filled with interesting and exciting titles, from PC and new-gen exclusives, to cross-platform entries, and from sequels to brand-new IPs.<p>In this post we’ll take a look at a bunch of these, and we’ll do so in alphabetical …

17 Things Guys Think About Showering With You

"I was under the impression this was going to be a lot more sexy."<p>Unless we're hopping into the shower for some fun (and even then, shower sex might be a bit overrated), showering with a partner winds up being 10 seconds of admiring them naked ... and 10 minutes of awkwardly maneuvering around them …

The December Curry: Brussels Sprouts and Parsnips

When they first came to this country in 1971, my two uncles stayed as paying guests with a sweet Indian auntie in Leicester. On most days, when they arrived home in the evening and opened the kitchen door, they were consumed by the overpowering smell of brussels sprouts, and when it wasn't brussels …

10 Y2K Food Trends That Are Still Relevant

Credit: Dan Gentile<p>By: Dan Gentile<p>Although the biggest food fad of the year 2000 might've been hoarding bottled water, the turn of the millennium held many more trends that are still relevant 15 years later, to both survivalists and not-crazy people alike.<p>So at the dawn of 2015, we thought it'd be …

5 Healthy and Delicious New Year's Resolution-Worthy Dishes

You know the drill. January 1st. We make promises to ourselves in earnest. We go strong for a few months, and then slowly, that treadmill becomes a coatrack again. Well, I've blown enough New Year's resolutions to know that I probably won't go to the gym four times a week in 2015. But eating well …

If You Have This, Make That: Pantry Edition

<i>Cooking on the cheap shouldn't mean minute rice and buttered pasta every night. With a little creativity and a little planning, Gabriella Paiella shows us how to make the most of a tight budget -- without sacrificing flavor or variety.</i><p><i>Today: Forgot to plan ahead? Here's how make something out of</i> …

Take the 2015 #CookingStreak Challenge! | Men's Health

<b>What's that?</b><p>The premise is simple. You cook at least one meal a day for every 31 days in January. Define “cooking” as you wish, though adding milk to cereal is a stretch, buddy.<p><b>Why should I?</b><p>Home-cooked meals contain less calories and more nutrition than the food you eat at restaurants, according to …

5 New Trends to Watch for 2015

Five new trends for 2015, from after-dinner drinks to Middle Eastern cuisine.<p><i>Five new trends for 2015, from after-dinner drinks to Middle Eastern</i> …

10 Revealing Predictions for What You'll Be Drinking in 2015

What will everyone see in their glasses in the year ahead? These 2015 predictions include upscale shots, more flexibility in cocktails and even robot bartenders -- plus a few wishful speculations just for fun.<p>1. Lots of Shots<p>The backlash against stuffy cocktails will continue with the …

The Scary Truth About Chicken

Now the Morisons raise chickens on their own terms. In those chicken houses, now cleaned and uncrowded, Frank kicks wood shavings under a water station. "See how nice and dry this is? When it was industrial chickens, you'd have this much poop under here." He holds his hands several inches …

The Best Quick Soups for Winter

When you get home exhausted and hungry from the gym or after-work bevs or running errands, sometimes it just seems too cold and overwhelming to cook …

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Smile! How to create a DIY New Year's Eve photo booth

If there's one way to make sure your New Year's Eve party is a success, it is this: Have a photo booth.<p>Festive photo-booth snapshots with props and poses are filling social media, and there's no reason why you can't join in on the fun. This DIY photo booth takes only four easy steps and 20 minutes …

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White Castle Answers Vegetarian Prayers And Puts Veggie Sliders On The Menu

Vegetarians who selflessly accompany their meat-eating friends to fast food restaurants will no longer have to subsist on French fries for a main meal -- so long as the spot is White Castle. On December 30, the burger joint will nationally debut veggie sliders on its menu.<p>Each veggie slider is …

My Workflow: How to Stay Sane While Working as a Music Photographer on Tour

My workflow is the most important part of being a productive and successful music photographer. Other photographers rarely ask about it, but I feel …

Looking up in the lobby of this iconic piece of architecture, where a friend of a friend happens to live. He let us into his apartment even though we came unannounced and he was already in bed. The hospitality of the people I've met in Mexico City has been inspiring. #grateful

Simulators of the City Landscape - Photographs and text by Andrey Abramov | LensCulture

In my works, I do not use digital manipulation, and I do not create the objects that get into my pictures. I take things that already exist in the urban environment as the basis of my landscapes. I work with the conglomeration of spots, lines and geometric objects which are all around us in our …

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LensCulture’s 14 Favorite Street Photography Features from 2014 - Photographs and text by LensCulture Editors | LensCulture

Street photography has been a vibrant and dominant form of the medium of photography since its invention. We’ve selected 14 of LensCulture’s most popular street photography features from 2014 to share with you again. This selection takes us from mid-20th century to Instagram and Hipstamatic views …

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A Beautiful Salt Refinery That Looks Like Another Planet

When photographer Emma Phillips wandered into a salt refinery just off the Nullarbor Plain in Western Australia, she felt as if she'd stepped into …

Hackers Find that Fingerprints Can Be Stolen Through Public Photos

As the quality of cameras becomes better and better, there’s a new security issue emerging that you may have not thought about: fingerprints being …

Donate a Photo Turns Your Picture Uploads Into Cash Donations to Charities

There’s a new way to make a difference in the world with photos. Donate a Photo is a new app by Johnson & Johnson that lets you give to charities by …

How to Master Photography Composition Using the Golden Ratio

The twelfth century was a golden age for photography. Let’s step back from that statement a little, because obviously photography didn't exist way …

Bird Photography: 4 Basics that Will Get You Great Shots

Birds, birds, birds. For those of us who love our birds, it's not uncommon for us to hear, “I saw a bird yesterday and it looked like…, do you know …

This Medium Format Camera Was Made Using Parts from an Epson Scanner

Photographer Dario Morelli is a computer aided designer and programmer by trade. Several years ago, during a period of unemployment, he began diving …

The Stories Behind the Shots: An Interview with White House Photographer Pete Souza

Official White House photographer Pete Souza was recently interviewed by journalist Al Hunt for his “On the Story” program. In the 17-minute …

Six disappointing albums of 2014

Gifts: You want to love them. Or at the very least, you simply want to be surprised by them. Like full-length albums.<p>In this stream-everything, download-now era, Pop & Hiss is appreciative of those artists who still believe in the long-play format. The album may not be as hot a gift as, say, a …

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Borderland - Photographs and text by Jiehao Su | LensCulture

In the late winter of 2012, I began to work on “Borderland,” an ongoing project deeply rooted in my personal history. Like a mirror of sorts, “Borderland” reflects my years of drifting and discovery in eastern and southern China. Perhaps more importantly, this work documents a life not dissimilar …

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