Frozen

Conspiracies

Sixty Years Later, Russia Is Still Trying to Figure Out What Killed These Hikers

Google the “Dyatlov Pass incident” and you are going find some incredible theories into the mysterious deaths of nine hikers.
Mack Lamoureux
2.6.19
Recipe

Hash Brown Casserole

This is nothing but processed goodness: cheddar cheese, canned soup, and hash browns all baked together in a bubbly casserole.
Benjamin Sukle
12.2.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Head of Pixar Is Taking Leave After Sexual Misconduct Allegations

"It's been brought to my attention that I have made some of you feel disrespected or uncomfortable. That was never my intent."
Drew Schwartz
11.21.17
wine

Why You Should Be Putting Your Wine in a Slushie Machine

Kelly Fields, the acclaimed pastry chef behind Willa Jean in New Orleans, knows that in the scorching heat of the Big Easy, there’s no better way to cool down than with a glass of super-chilled wine.
Munchies Staff
5.29.17
antarctica

Inside the Loneliest Five-Star Restaurant in the World

You can eat foie gras at Antarctica's Concordia Station, but your closest neighbor is the International Space Station and you might not see oranges for three months.
Daniel Oberhaus
3.6.17
LGBTQ

Disney’s 'Exclusively Gay Moment' Is Long Overdue

Time and time again, kids' film directors have had to step up to address the fans clamoring for LGBTQ representation in the wake of studio silence. Will Disney reverse the trend?
Jill Gutowitz
3.2.17
Mr. Freeze

The Father of Cryonics Never Really Died

Robert Ettinger 'died' in 2011 and was preserved according to his beliefs, but his work and message live on with his followers.
Mary Pilon
2.22.17
Stuff

We Asked an Expert if Reanimation Could Actually Work

A 14-year-old girl, who died of cancer in October, won a historic legal battle this week to have her body cryogenically frozen. But what are the practicalities of this, and what can she expect to find if she wakes up in 100 years?
Joe Bish
11.18.16
juice

Nobody Gives a Damn About Frozen OJ Anymore

Frozen concentrated juices have been on the decline for decades, but now sales of the stuff are really in the pits, with Americans drinking just 1.4 million gallons worth per month compared to 19 million gallons of non-frozen juice.
Wyatt Marshall
8.29.16
Film

Explore a Car Crash Suspended in Time in this Short Film

The CG wizards at the ArtFx production freeze time in the midst of a brutal car accident.
Nathaniel Ainley
7.20.16
Make this

Put Down the Popsicle and Make These Fresh Coconut Paletas

Unlike popsicles, paletas are more like a frozen meal on a stick. And the fresh coconut ice pop from La Newyorkina—NYC's paleta queen—is no exception.
Munchies Staff
6.22.16
Stranger Than Flicktion

Falling in Love with an Ice Cream Man Is About More than a Big Cone

He asked me to go home with him to play Pop Pop, a game much like the food sex scene in 9½ Weeks but using only scoops of pink bubble-gum ice cream to eat, blow up, and pop on each other’s goose-pimpled skin while rolling around in the mud.
Kimberly Nichols
6.22.16
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