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And on top of their partners' feet, which may not be the way superheroes do it, unless of course they're taking an AcroYoga class. "This is as much an exercise in trust as anything else," says Teresa Kabba, 25, of Santa Rosa with a breathless grin,
Fall birding basics C leary Lake Regional Park, Sept. 21, 9-11:30 a.m. Learn the basics of bird identification, plus how to attract various bird species with seeds and feeders. The event concludes with a naturalist-led walk through the park, an
most contortionists are females from Mongolia or China...From street to stage While other professional contortionists spend years training in specialist schools from just five-years-old, Gitu learned his trade while living on the streets aged 14.
Amazing contortionist Leilani Franco makes a triple appearance in the just-released Guinness World Records 2014 for all of her mind-blowing tricks. Watch the video above to see her show off some of her skills and describe her experience in the circus.
The best thing you can say about entertainment in any form is that it makes you excited about life. Criss Angel Believe is one of those rare experiences that will make you excited about life. There's no shortage of magicians in Las Vegas, including
Art of Movement is CNN's monthly show exploring the latest innovations in art, culture, science and technology. (CNN) -- As one woman in glittering Lycra gently bends her legs backwards over her head, another balances on top, slowly twisting her own
A Brief History of Magic,' a cool doc on magic past and present that' a must for any fan of magic. Best Hidden Gem: If you look close you get a pinch of actor Elias Koteas blink and he's gone like Copperfield. Worth the Moola: Escapism is a double-
2 September 2013 0 View comments For many of us, simply bending over to touch our toes can be a difficult. But it's not a problem for the world's bendiest woman Julia Guenthel aka Zlata. In fact, if she wants to touch her toes she can actually do so
A Utah State University student who died riding his bicycle into a slackline on the Logan, Utah, campus was identified as Eric Scott Anderson, officials said. The slackline, similar to a truck-towing strap, was stretched chest-high between two trees.
USU spokesman Tim Vitale said it was Eric Scott Anderson, 24, of West Jordan, who reportedly sustained upper body trauma, including head and neck injuries, when he hit the slackline on the southwest corner of Old Main Hill about 5 p.m...The slackline