Will Smith Brings the Fresh Prince’s Mansion to Airbnb

Will Smith and Airbnb offered up the chance to stay in the iconic mansion from “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” in 2020. A limited number of visitors had the opportunity to reserve the popular TV show home for what Will and Airbnb called, “a socially-distanced staycation.” Guests had access to their own wing of the home, which was complete with a full bathroom, a swimming pool and an outdoor lounge. Additional perks included a set of turntables, a bedroom basketball court, access to the Fresh Prince’s wardrobe and meals served on silver platters. Check out photos of Airbnb's awesome recreation of the Banks' mansion from "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."


Extremely Hot Weather Causes Odd Reactions and Unusual Damage

Summer is the perfect time of year for family gatherings, vacations and outdoor activities. It’s all fun and games until the heat gets to be too much. Then you’re peeling the soles of your shoes away from the sidewalk or giving your car’s interior a shampoo in order to wash away the soda that exploded in the cupholder. Continue on for an amusing look at situations that only happen when the temperature is well above the normal summertime range.


Women’s History Spotlight: Halima Aden

Somali-American model Halima Aden was the first Muslim model featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition issue where she wore a burkini – a combination of a burqa and a bikini. She was also the first to wear a hijab during Miss Minnesota USA, after which she landed a modeling contract with top talent discovery firm, IMG. Continue on for photos from Halima Aden’s groundbreaking shoot and other fashionable shots from her Instagram. Make sure to follow her at @Halima.


The Blue Dragon that Lives in the Ocean

Off the coast of Australia, you may find unusual marine life. The blue dragon, aptly named because of its vibrant blue color and dramatic fins, is a sea slug that’s rather elusive due to its minuscule stature. The creature may be tiny, but its sting packs quite the punch, so you’re better off looking but not touching. Shockingly, the primary prey for these tiny critters is the Portuguese man o’ war — whose tentacles can reach up to 30 feet long. Check out this extraordinary creature of the deep.