Artist Jim McKenzie filmed himself in The Scarecrow, which follows along as he crafts an epoxy clay sculpture for “Lost Magic,” a solo exhibition that’s ongoing through July 2 at Santa Monica’s Copro Gallery. You watch him starting from sketches and meticulously adding every tiny detail. The shoes! The feathers!
About 70 percent of the Earth’s surface is covered with water, yet the oceans largely remain a mystery for scientists.
Those rumors of Microsoft launching a smaller, more powerful Xbox One at E3? They’re apparently quite real. NeoGAF members have posted multipleimages of what they say is the Xbox One S, and the leak points to a huge overhaul for the console. For a start, check out that compact design — the S is much smaller than the gigantic original (40 percent), and its white, patterned case is definitely more eye-catching. The power brick is internal, too.
I WAS SHAKING as I shouldered the rifle and peered through the scope at the small steel target 100 yards downrange. It was officially the coldest day in Las Vegas history, and I was in the middle of the desert, buffeted by wind and surrounded by the professional gun press, about to fire an AR-15 for the first time.
In what police are calling the worst shooting in American history, a lone gunman killed 50 people and injured at least 53 others after opening fire at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
Authorities say Omar Mateen stormed the downtown Pulse nightclub around 2 a.m. Sunday before taking dozens of people hostage and killing dozens more.
The NBA has suspended Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green for Game Five of the NBA Finals for taking a swipe at LeBron James during Friday’s Game Four. Green was retroactively assessed his fourth flagrant foul of the postseason, which results in an automatic one-game suspension.