One man decided that a straw and cup from McDonald's could be used for more than just a soft drink.
Parker Kane, a native of Greeley, Colorado and self-described "Beatboxer," performs a dubstep with the use of a straw and cup from the popular fast food company.
A master of complex rhythms and beats, the young man takes his talent to the max using these unorthodox instruments. more >>
While it has been 17 years since "The Prince of Egypt" hit theaters (Wow! Wait, 17 years?!?), the soundtrack from the film continues to inspire.
Enter Peter Hollens, a talented singer who reproduced a medley of music from the animated 1998 hit movie using only his voice to create rich layers of percussion and sound.
Hollens created 141 different vocal tracks to generate the lyrics and background beats, which result in an awesome re-creation of the songs behind the Dreamworks movie. more >>
Who doesn't love a furry kitten? Even rough-and-tumble, chest-pounding gorillas show their softer side when a box of cuddly kittens shows up. Hey, gorillas want some feline friendship too.
In this video, Koko, a 44-year-old western lowland gorilla, receives a box full of kittens for her birthday. She adopts two as pets.
Koko is not your average primate. She's learned several phrases in sign language, courtesy of her trainers who seek to champion what they call "interspecies communication." more >>
Growing up in adopted families in the United States, Holly Hoyle O'Brien and Meagan Hughes both knew they had a long-lost sister from their native South Korea.
With one raised in Kentucky and another in Virginia, neither realized that they would find each other in Florida working in the same hospital.
Holly and Meagan met while working at the Doctors Hospital of Sarasota and, according to local media, that was where they started to piece things together. more >>
A former Houston Astros player has expressed his support for a referendum meant to overturn a controversial civil rights ordinance that critics say would let men use women's restrooms.
Lance Berkman, one of the Astros' all-time greatest players, spoke on behalf of the effort to defeat the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance next month via referendum.
Some people are simply hard to please. When Tampa Bay Rays' Richie Shaffer hits his first career home run, his family is ecstatic.
While No. 36 is proud of his accomplishment, and rightly so, his teammates don't appear to be nearly as impressed. In fact, they don't even acknowledge his existence.
Perchance it's because the Rays are already ahead 9 to 1 when Shaffer hits the ball out of the park. Perchance it's because the bases aren't loaded. Perchance it's because Shaffer is booed since it's an away game. more >>