Just when winter seems to be kicking into high gear, Aimé Leon Dore is here with another delivery of clean basics to add to your cold weather wardrobe. The brand’s latest drop includes three pieces of clean outerwear including a camel coach jacket, a double breasted top coat, and a bomber lined with its signature Sherpa that are so nice it wouldn’t even matter what you’re wearing underneath. Even better, the new styles feature a premium Japanese camel wool blend, a full lining, and are each cut and sewn in NYC.
Most ads aren’t designed to break big news, but Northrop Grumman has been in the habit of using dramatic commercials to bring us surprise details on its vision for America’s air combat future. The company’s latest one gives us one of the best looks yet at their evolving sixth-generation fighter concept.
Born December 3, 1922, Ralph Alexander Gardner became one of the leading pioneers in the field of hard plastics. The chemist was born in Cleveland and attended John Adams High School, were he learned to love chemistry. In 1939, he began college at the Case School of Applied Science, which later became part of Case Western Reserve University. Gardner would attend a few different higher institutions until settling down at the University of Illinois, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in 1943.
You’ve heard of king crabs, now meet the mighty coconut crab.
An Australian man fearlessly posed with one of the massive critters, going so far as to raise it up in the air, after stumbling upon a cluster of them on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean late last month.
Adele’s mega-successful 25 album has now sold 8 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music. The set sold another 89,000 copies in the week ending Feb. 4, bringing its total sum to 8.03 million.
Buchanan New York’s Indian Point Energy Center, a three-unit reactor power plant, reported yesterday afternoon that radioactive tritium has been detected in groundwater testing wells near the facility.