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The Tightrope Choreography of Love
Former attorney-at-law, government attachée.
The choreography of love starts, when you firmly put your hand in your partner's hand. The real choreography continues, when you respect your partner's moves, your moves are always gentle.
Matisse the Dog Attempts Tightrope on Britain's Got Talent
Matisse the dog came over all super spy by walking a tightrope on the final of Britain's Got Talent. That's right, another dog more talented than us.
TV & FILM
Bryan Cranston Produces A New Comedy For Sony's Crackle
The digital entertainment company's renewed projects include action-thriller "Chosen," Emmanuelle Chriqui's "Cleaners" and
Daredevil Mich Kemeter Achieves World-Record Slackline Crossing
Watch 25-year-old extreme sports athlete Mich Kemeter set the world record for the longest slacklining, or "waterlining," walk
1966: Climbing St. Mark's Bell Tower (PHOTOS)
On Sunday, daredevil Nik Wallenda completed a 1,500-foot high-wire walk over the Grand Canyon that had us all holding our
THE WORLD POST
Chinese Tightrope Walker, Aisikaier, Survives Terrifying Free Fall (VIDEO)
ABC News adds that Aisikaier, who's a sixth-generation tightrope walker, said he was feeling faint before the fall. SCROLL
A-Sides With Jon Chattman: They Might Be Front Bottoms and Black Taxi Rides
Writer/author, thisisasides.com founder/host, consultant, endl...
They might be the next They Might Be Giants or perhaps they'll follow punk icons like Blink 182, and yes I hate calling that latter band "icons." Their best bet, however, may be becoming the first ever Front Bottoms.
Freddy Nock, Stuntman, Walks Tightrope To German Mountaintop (PHOTOS)
A 46-year-old Swiss stuntman has ascended a nearly 10,000-foot-high mountain by tightrope walking a two-inch-wide cable car
Who Will Rid the World of Clint Eastwood's Films?
Editor in chief of new music website Musictoob.com
Will Clint's next movie be a musical? A comedy? A noir thriller? No. It will be a literal-minded tale, free from dramatic devices such as irony, metaphor or anything that might make the darn thing interesting.
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