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Dai Andrews performed the stunt for the new "Ripley's Believe It or Not!" series, which debuts Sunday on the Travel Channel.
This clip from "Ripley's Believe It Or Not!" shows sword swallower Dai Andrews attempt to swallow a very curved blade.
The Travel Channel personality derided "horses**t restaurants masquerading as Chinese food" when promoting his own restaurant.
Instead of tokenizing Asian cuisine, Bourdain would sit down with native chefs and try to understand it.
Stardust Ranch's owner said he's tired of fighting off the ETs, which he's caught beaming up his wife.
Mikah Meyer wants to break barriers and open minds in his three-year trek.
Finding revenues and synergies between the old and new won’t be easy, but he’s been buying with clear-eyed focus, and the assets are performing.
She knows the black travel movement is nothing new, but wants her new show to "stretch their horizons even further."
What drew you to become a chef? At the age of 14, the lure of New Orleans and its nightlife got me sent off for a weekend
The former Miss Hawaii has some tips for you.
The vision of Parkinson sitting on an underwater wreck as if it were a throne while the sharks swerve around her might stay
This GPS Guide is part of a series of posts designed to bring you back to balance when you're feeling off course. Samantha
"Looks like your shelters are about to be tested!" our instructor says as the temperature drops and a massive front rolls off the Continental Divide. The air fills with ozone as eight of us run into the forest to gather and stack more pine boughs atop the lean-tos we constructed an hour earlier.
Adam Richman, known best from his hit show ‘Man v. Food’ had his latest show postponed after engaging in mean spirited conversations on instagram, where he encouraged one user to kill himself.
When someone pointed out that the term is used among people with eating disorders to promote extreme and unhealthy weight