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How To : Perform a French Drop vanish and Hebrew Rise trick

The traditional "French Drop" vanish is commonly known around the world to magicians, but the "Hebrew Rise" manifestation is not. In this magic video tutorial, see how to perform a French Drop vanish and Hebrew Rise trick, the re-appearing act after a vanish coin trick involvi ...more

How To : Do the French Drop Coin trick

Where the coin goes, nobody knows. Except you! You Will Need * A coin * Dexterity Step 1: Show the coin Hold the coin between your thumb and fingers, palm up, the coin horizontal. Step 2: Reach in Reach in with the thumb and first finger of your other hand, as if to take the ...more

How To : Do a variety of magic tricks

Learn some basic magic tricks in this video tutorial series made by the experts. See how to do a variety of magic tricks, like the ball production magic trick, the swivel cut magic trick, the mod French drop magic trick, and the clip vanish magic trick. Unlike the typical user ...more

How To : Perform some beginner's magic tricks

This video is a demonstration of a number of basic magic tricks: how to melt a coin through a table, the flip trick, the pass, the French drop and a number of card tricks. Techniques demonstrated include lapping, card control, card force, the move and more! Perform some beginn ...more

How To : Do sleight of hand magic tricks

Douglas Phillips has been performing magic for over fifteen years, and he gives you all the tips you need to know to entertain your audiences. Learn the simple rules of magic, and learn how to truly trick your audience. Douglas shows you famous sleight of hand tricks like the ...more

How To : Perform basic sleight of hand magic tricks

In this series of magic videos, our professional magician demonstrates basic sleight of hand tricks such as the French drop and false transfer in a clear and easy-to-follow manner. He also performs several tricks using cups and balls and explains these routines in detail. He e ...more

How To : Learn any accent in any dialect

Is your French up to par with Parisians? Can your Aussie tongue mingle with the local Australian natives? What about your old-style New York accent? If you're in need of improving your accents in different languages, then Amy Walker can help you out. This is a masterclass fro ...more

How To : Make a facial mask with French green clay

In this video Andrea shows us how to make a facial mask with French green clay for oily skin. You will also need rosemary, lavender and water. First, take one tablespoon of French green clay, one drop of rosemary and one drop of lavender. Then, mix with desired amount of water ...more

How To : Mix a lemon drop martini cocktail

Seattle-based French bartender Christophe Rougny demonstrates how to make a perfect Lemon Drop Martini cocktail. You will need vodka, triple sec, lemon wedges, sugar, a muddler, a mixing glass, and a martini glass. Watch this video specialty drink-making tutorial and learn how ...more

How To : Give yourself french tips with silver glitter

Kayden demonstrates how to do navy blue gradient French tips with silver glitter. For this you need a base coat, top coat, navy blue nail polish and some glitter. First she applies the base coat, then she dots some of the polish onto a piece of cardboard. She dips a small spo ...more

News : French Imbécile Rollerblades Down Eiffel Tower

Daring or just plain stupid? French X-game medalist Taig Khris sets a new world record, jumping from the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. The rollerblader dove from a height of 131ft onto a massive quarter pipe ramp. There is some controversy over his newly earned title, howe ...more

How To : Paint a blue & sparkly silver tip French manicure

In this video, we learn how to paint a blue and sparkly silver tip French manicure. First, grab a dark blue nail polish and apply it to the entire nail from top to the bottom and on the sides. Next, drop on clear polish to the top of the nails and brush it on. Now, take a silv ...more

How To : Push a Coin Through the Bottom of a Glass

This magic trick requires no equipment or setup and is sure to wow the crowd in any bar. The magician appears to thrust a coin upwards through the bottom of a pint glass, when really they use a French transfer to switch the coin to their other hand and drop it into the top of ...more

How To : Make Betty's oven baked potato strips

Do you ever want a french fry without all that grease? Betty shows you a delicious, healthy alternative with her oven baked potato strips! Ingredients: 2 medium to large Idaho baking potatoes 1/2 cup water 2 tablespoons vegetable oil (I used peanut oil.) 1/2 teaspoon hot pep ...more

Explore Ancient France : Quimper

Visit the charming historical town of Quimper in Northwestern France. Enjoy ancient architecture, cobblestone streets, a stunning cathedral, and world-famous crepes.. Explore Ancient France: Quimper By Camilla Cicconetti Located in Northwestern France, the city of Quimper is ...more

News : 15 Brilliant Google+ Female Photographers to Circle

In a previous article where I suggested 104 photographers to follow on Google+, I received a lot of criticism because over 90% of the listed photographers were men. While women are currently not a majority on Google+, they are a definite presence, and they are active. Today, I ...more

How To : Make dessert crepes

Dessert crepes, a sweet French tradition, are delicate pancakes that can be enjoyed with many types of fillings after a meal – or even for breakfast. Watch this video to learn how to make dessert crepes. You Will Need * 2 c all-purpose flour * 6 tbsp butter, melted, plus ext ...more

How to Act Like a Food Snob : Molecular Gastronomy Edition

I first heard the term molecular gastronomy while watching an episode of Bravo's Top Chef a few seasons back. Intrigued by the concept, I sought to find out more about this modern, deconstructed type of cookery. If you happen to be around foodies and the topic of molecular gas ...more

How To : Play the Ricochét bow technique on violin

Ricochét is French for skipping a rock. Not to be confused with the English version of bouncing off things. This how to video teaches the Ricochét bow technique on the violin. This technique helps you feel the vibration of the stick that helps you get a bigger, freer sound. Yo ...more

How To : 56 Completely Necessary Booze Hacks

Fight me all you want, but it ain't a party without alcohol—whether it's a Halloween party, Christmas party, dinner party, or even a damn wedding. (If you think that people will stick around after dinner for a dry wedding, then you're sorely mistaken.) And while we'd all love ...more

How To : Make a A5 Ivory Elegant Fretwork Card

This cardmaking tutorial shows how to make a truly elegant and quick card, that could be made for so many special occasions. The card looks amazing in the Ivory tones and has the look for being embossed, however it is a simple die-cut. Step 1: Items Used A4 Ivory card folded ...more

How To : Remove a Scratch from an Antique Table

Hi everyone, I have been working on some videos and tips about restoring antique furniture, in this tutorial, I will be showing you how to remove a scratch from a wooden table. Video: . First, colour the scratch, using a wood dye (be sure that it matches the wood), apply using ...more

Whisking : We're All Doing It Wrong

Whisking liquids seems somehow quaint, especially since there are good, cheap devices out there like immersion blenders and hand mixers that can whip cream, turn egg whites into meringue, and mix batters for you. However, I still love my whisk and use it often, and here's why ...more

News : Blowtorches Aren't Just for Crème Brûlée

One of the most mind-blowing meals I ever ate occurred when I was 12 years old. The main course and sides were good, if unmemorable, but my jaw dropped during dessert when my friend's mother whipped out a blowtorch—as in a bona fide welding torch from the hardware store—to fin ...more

How To : 40 Damn Cool Things You Can Do with Eggs

All day I dream of eggs: scrambled, poached, over easy, hard-boiled, fried, baked, raw... Okay, the last one is a joke (unless you're Gaston, which means that you eat five dozen of them and you're roughly the size of a barge). But eggs are freaking good in just about any cooki ...more

How To : Deep Fry All the Things! Try These 5 to Start

Fried food is the best. That's not an opinion; that's a fact, Jack. And while fried standards like wings, French fries, and onion rings are all stellar, there's no way you should stop there. I believe that nearly anything and everything should be fried—even the healthy stuff. ...more

How To : Tips & Tricks to Conquering Homemade Soufflés

At-home cooks tend to be scared of soufflés. Either they don't rise at all or they end up all sad and lopsided. However, when successful, the end product cannot be matched in impressing your guests. As a dinner party appetizer with a wow-factor, try a savory cheese soufflé. F ...more

How To : 6 Delicious Ways to Use Up Leftover Champagne

Unlike wine, you can't re-cork or stopper leftover bubbly after you've opened it, but all is not lost even if you haven't managed to finish every last drop. You can use your leftover champagne to make light-as-air crêpes or pancakes, to create a detox face mask, to cook seafoo ...more

NR50 : The People to Watch in Mobile Augmented Reality

While the world is only recently becoming aware of its existence, augmented reality has been around in some form or another since the '90s. In the last decade, with the advancement and miniaturization of computer technology — specifically smartphones and tablets — AR has becom ...more

How To : Make Beautiful, Insta-Worthy Buddha Bowls

The yogis of the internet have started a wonderful food trend that has everyone wanting to eat healthy—gorgeous buddha bowls. Okay, so maybe not everyone, but a lot of people are definitely entranced by these beautiful, multicolored meals. Buddha bowls, also known as rainbow ...more

How To : Make Perfect Poached Eggs, Every Single Time

Two slices of whole-wheat toast with lots of butter. Two eggs, poached to a firm yet custardy texture. The yolks should absolutely not be hard-cooked and the whites should be tender, not rubbery. That's my idea of the perfect breakfast. A golden, runny-but-not-liquid yolk, cre ...more

News : 91 Cool New iOS 11 Features You Didn't Know About

Apple's iOS 11 is finally here, and while they showed off several of the new features it brings to your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch back at WWDC 2017, they've only just touched the surface of what iOS 11 has to offer. There are a lot of cool new (and sometimes secret) feature ...more

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