Lamenting the lack of Mr. T on TV? Well, you're in luck. The former A-Team star will host a home renovation series called I Pity the Tool. Each episode, T and team, including HGTV Design Star winner Tiffany Brooks, give a family a home makeover. The show debuts on DIY Network in 2015.
Good news: You can get your triple no-foam latte delivered—if you work in the Empire State Building. Starting later this year, Starbucks will test delivery service in Seattle and New York, with the iconic skyscraper as the initial site. You can order through the Starbucks website, eventually transitioning to its mobile app.
Ben & Jerry's Save Our Swirled tour combating climate change kicks off next month, but something is different. There's no truck; instead, ice cream will be scooped out of the back of a modified Tesla Model S. The tour starts April 1 in San Diego, and ends in Miami on October 31.
Oprah must be KonMari-ing with the rest of the world, because she's hosting another auction. 571 items from her Chicago home will be auctioned off on April 25, with proceeds benefitting the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation. The lot includes furniture, clothing, porcelain, crystal, and art.
It's not okay to touch the real Mona Lisa, but at Manila's Art in Island, you can pose like you painted it. Recently opened, the world's first selfie museum encourages you to interact with 3D models of famous works—and snap a pic while you're at it.
Flowers that use nyctinasty, the act of opening and closing for energy or defense purposes, inspired Studio DRIFT to design the Shylight. The fixture opens during a 30-foot fall, mimicking a blooming flower or deploying parachute. They can be seen in person at Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
As part of the new exhibition, This is for Everyone: Design Experiments For The Common Good, MoMA has acquired Susan Kare's original sketches of her icons for Macintosh. Done on graph paper where each square represents a pixel, many of the iconic icons endure today.
Hey, get out from behind the BJURSTAs. Thousands of adults have been using Facebook to plan massive games of hide-and-seek in IKEA stores around the Netherlands, and the company has had enough. An Ikea spokeswoman tells Bloomberg, "We need to make sure people are safe in our stores and that's hard to do if we don't even know where they are."
Launching yesterday, Target Collective is the brand's first male-focused collection. The USA-made clothing, accessories, and stationery come from Billykirk, Owen & Fred, Taylor Stitch, Duluth Pack, Locally Grown and Terrapin Stationers.
Tulsa might have a twister on the way, but it's not dangerous. The Tornado Tower, a project to revitalize downtown, will be home to headquarters of the very first Oklahoma Weather Museum, as well as a revolving restaurant at its apex. The project has yet to be greenlit, but there's a lot of support for it.