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Video: Kayaker attacked by great white shark

By Kelly Terez iStock/Thinkstock(MONTEREY, Calif.) — A great white shark attacked a scuba diver’s kayak 100 yards off the coast of Monterey, California, and lived to tell the tale. The shark is seen on video in March, chomping on the boat and circling kayaker Brian Correiar. Correiar used his GPS to call for help and began to swim to shore. ... Read More »

Take 5: Cool Hot Dogs for Memorial Day

By Colleen Park Whether you’re planning a killer cookout for Memorial Day or just a meal for your family, hot dogs are definitely one of the easiest crowd-pleasers to get on the grill. That said, we think it’s time to take things beyond ketchup and mustard. Make your franks extra special by dressing them up with these themed toppings. Spicy ... Read More »

Captain Jack Back? More “Pirates of the Caribbean” films may be on the way

By Stephen Iervolino Disney – 2017(LOS ANGELES) — Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the fifth movie in the franchise starring Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow, opens this weekend, and is expected to rake in somewhere around $80 million for the four days. The trailer may call it the “final” adventure, but executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer ... Read More »

10 Burgers for National Burger Day — Recipes from The Kitchn

By Faith Durand I really don’t know who designates days to be all about a certain food. The industry? Intensely enthusiastic fans of Nutella, Fig Newtons, and Peach Melba? Well, whomever decided that today is National Burger Day seems right on time. Memorial Day is here and the holiday kicks off a whole summer of burgers — are they in ... Read More »

Grandmother celebrated in photo shoot after battling cancer

By Suzie Liu Ashley Larson(NICEVILLE, Florida) — Ashley Larson was having such a hard time coping with her mother’s cancer diagnosis that she stopped doing one of the things she loves most: photography. “I’ve been shooting since I was a kid,” Larson, 27, told ABC News. “But when my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer, I was having a hard ... Read More »

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Making Pasta Salad — Tips from The Kitchn

By Meghan Splawn (Image credit: Maria Siriano) Pasta salad, when assembled correctly, is sublime. A great pasta salad is the star of any backyard barbecue or picnic potluck. All too often, though, it is subject to mediocrity, thanks to too much mayo, squishy pasta, and not enough salt. Don’t make these common mistakes! Let this be the year you master ... Read More »

Recipe: Broccoli and Cauliflower “Coleslaw” — Recipes from The Kitchn

By Kelli Foster (Image credit: Joe Lingeman) Bringing a side dish to cookouts (and really any potluck) always feels a little bit like Thanksgiving dinner for me. I’m itching to go off-script, to prepare something new, exciting, and adventurous, while the rest of the family wants nothing but the classics. This slaw is the compromise where everybody wins. It ditches ... Read More »

Summer health hazards to watch out for during Memorial Day

By Kelly Terez iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — With Memorial Day signaling the unofficial kick-off to summer, everyone may be ready to enjoy some fun. But the season can also mean increased risk for a few health hazards like sunburns, spoiled foods and insect bites. Here’s a rundown of the top summer hazards and how to avoid them. Sunburns One of the ... Read More »