"Say Anything...," Cameron Crowe's pitch-perfect post-high school love story, was released in theaters 25 years ago today. Over the past quarter-century, it's become one of the most cherished cinematic romances of all time... yet oddly enough, its most iconic image almost never happened. The default publicity still for "Say Anything..." isn't one of noble, self-styled [...]
Bubba Watson, with all his jumpiness, his odd mannerisms, his, well, idiosyncratic approach to playing golf, has won two green jackets in three years. Here'€™s the kind of company he'€™s keeping, the other men to have won twice at this cathedral within a three-year span: Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
Not a girl, not yet a woman. Boys, not yet II men. Research from the PBS series "Frontline," the Atlantic, National Geographic and other sources shows that puberty is the second most active time for human brain development, after infancy. Most of the changes in the teenage brain take place in the cerebellum. Teens access the brain's frontal lobe more slowly than adults do, and can make worse decisions as a result. It is physically harder for a teenager to wake up early; a teenager waking up at 7 am is the equivalent of a 50-year-old waking up at 5 am. Find more BuzzFeed videos on Yahoo Screen.