(CBS News) While the merits of classical music are almost limitless, it is oftentimes a bit tricky to get kids to listen to and love it. With this problem in mind, one of our favorite experimental groups has decided to find a novel way to approach and answer the question. Take a look and listen.
(CBS News) Do you remember all the way back about two whole weeks ago when the The Ohio State University Marching Band performed a halftime show tribute to video games? Well, they're back with even more geek-out fun: check out their tribute to science-fiction in the video above.
(CBS News) We've got two "Gangnam Style" surprises for you this weekend in the form of a dancing robot and the Merchant Marines joining in on the musical military stand-off. We kick things off with the fascinating, bizarre, cool and everything in-between video above. Check it out.
(CBS News) We'll be posting up the always-amazing Friday music round-up in just a bit, but before we do I want to kick off the music a little early today in the form a tribute to two legendary comedians: Bill Hicks and George Carlin. You really need to check this one out.
(CBS News) This afternoon I was talking to a friend about how I could use a boost to help me get through the week. And then I saw two videos that fit the bill and just had to share them with you. Check out some awesome fun in the sun to get you energized starting with the video above.
(CBS News) Yesterday we showed you a feat of athleticism and intellect in the form of a guy doing one-handed push ups while solving a Rubik's Cube. It was very impressive. Well, today we have another feat of the physical in the form of a seemingly gravity defying box jump in the video above.
(CBS News) Some people riding the subway in New York City on Wednesday got a surprising treat during their commute when singer Rick Springfield decided to hold a pop up concert and sing-along to his hit song "Jessie's Girl". Watch the caught-on-tape moment unfold in the video above.
(CBS News) With cultural phenomena like the Guinness Book of World of Records, there are a variety of things one can attempt to do in order to make a mark in this world. And just because a feat is a bit ridiculous, does not make it any less impressive to behold. Take for instance the video above of a guy doing one-handed push ups while solving a Rubik's Cube. Does it blend two very unlike things into a melange of the bizarre? Sure. Is it still awesome to watch? You know it.
(CBS News) First a quick warning that the audio on this one is all over the place, so you might want to turn it down a bit. With that out of the way, we've got a very special military reunion for you in the video above that has us hitting the football field again. Get some tissues ready...