Stuff Mark and Brian like: A Delaware video treat

    NewsWorks Producers Mark Eichmann and Brian Drouin have been contributing interesting and funny items over the past year for the “Stuff We Like” section of We thought now, for obvious reasons, would be a good time to look back at their top 5 postings.

    Do you have a favorite? We would love to hear your opinions on our selections, as well as some of your own.


    MARK’S TOP 5

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    Groban sings Kanye’s tweets Appearing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Josh Groban performs his rendition of Kanye West’s Twitter feed.


    Hasty tourism videoAt least Philly hasn’t been privileged enough to get one of these biting/hilarious video tours. 


    The Cosby Sweater Project A blog that archives sweaters worn by Cliff and the Cosby family.


    Floppy music duo: ‘Imperial March’ More music from an unexpected source. This time: “Imperial March” theme from “Star Wars” played by two floppy disk drives.


    WSJ: Waffle House storm index Waffle House rushes to reopen after Irene and builds a reputation of being able to serve hot meals during severe weather.



    Three Stooges as A-Team Classic scenes from “The Three Stooges” are re-cut to the theme song from “The A-Team” with a surprise cameo.


    Dear Photograph, a nostalgic dream A new blog lets readers recreate memorable childhood moments with meta-photos.


    Break dancing with Mr. Rogers Mr. Rogers learns to moon walk from one of his neighbors in this classic segment.


    The world’s only turbine-powered Batmobile takes to the streets A car racer builds a replica of the Dark Knight’s famous vehicle using a Boeing turboshaft engine.


    Jedi badmintonWho needs a racket when you can use a lightsaber?

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