April, 2014
  • 07 / The night Mott the Hoople’s Ian Hunter sneaked into Elvis Presley’s home / Paul Gallagher
  • 04 / Call the Midwife: Fabric wombs from the 18th century / Tara McGinley
  • 04 / British professor claims to have photographed fairies! / Paul Gallagher
  • 04 / Norman Mailer’s novel ‘An American Dream’ retold with LEGO / Paul Gallagher
  • 04 / The first screen James Bond was NOT Sean Connery, it was an American actor named Barry Nelson! / Richard Metzger
  • 04 / Lost track from glammy 70s power pop cult legends, Milk ‘n’ Cookies / Amber Frost
  • 04 / ‘An evening of total fabulosity’: 25-year-old Jon Hamm on a TV dating game show / Tara McGinley
  • 04 / ‘Born in Flames’: Feminist terrorism in a post-capitalist dystopia / Amber Frost
  • 04 / Psychedelic ‘Flower power’ PEZ dispensers inspired by the Summer of Love / Martin Schneider
  • 04 / Barbarian metal is for the children: Manowar on Nickelodeon / Ron Kretsch
  • 03 / Tom Waits, great American bullshit artist / Richard Metzger
  • 03 / From Brainiac to Buck Owens: King Buzzo guest DJs with Henry Rollins on KCRW / Tara McGinley
  • 03 / ‘Tokyo Compression’: These images of Japanese commuters are not for the claustrophobic / Tara McGinley
  • 03 / ‘Stupid Club’: Thousands gather to grieve for Kurt Cobain in Seattle park, 1994 / Richard Metzger
  • 03 / Life is a Cabaret: Christopher Isherwood on the real Sally Bowles, Berlin, writing and W. H. Auden / Paul Gallagher
  • 03 / ‘Nothing is secret’: The Art of Niki de Saint Phalle / Paul Gallagher
  • 03 / ‘Having Fun with Elvis on Stage’: All banter, no songs, this is the weirdest Elvis album ever / Martin Schneider
  • 03 / Boy George and Jerry Falwell talk androgyny on ‘Face the Nation,’ 1984 / Ron Kretsch
  • 03 / Polish prison tattoos preserved in formaldehyde / Amber Frost
  • 02 / ‘People paint to The Fall. They write novels listening to The Fall. Strange people’ / Richard Metzger
  • 02 / Death defying: Helmet cam captures terrifying motorcycle accident / Paul Gallagher
  • 02 / ‘Live Forever: The Rise and Fall of Britpop’ with Oasis, Blur and Pulp / Paul Gallagher
  • 02 / Dingbat hand-feeds alligator breakfast cereal / Tara McGinley
  • 02 / London Underground: Early counterculture doc with Paul McCartney, Allen Ginsberg, Pink Floyd / Richard Metzger
  • 02 / Slavoj Žižek: The Pervert’s Guide to Abercrombie & Fitch Catalogs / Amber Frost
  • 02 / Camille Paglia’s advice to the lovelorn / Ron Kretsch
  • 02 / ‘Tennessee Williams saved my life’: John Waters talks role models in animated short / Amber Frost
  • 02 / Clever student designs killer LEGO résumé for internship / Martin Schneider
  • 02 / Unknown Madonna opens for The Smiths, completely fails to impress them, New Year’s Eve, 1983 / Kimberly J. Bright
  • 01 / Starbucks apologizes to woman for pentagram and 666 in her coffee foam / Tara McGinley
  • 01 / The best (serious) April Fools’ Day video (seriously!) / Richard Metzger
  • 01 / Dog owner discovers where all those missing socks went… / Tara McGinley
  • 01 / Down the rabbit-hole with Salvador Dali’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 01 / Helen Duncan: The strange tale of Britain’s last Witch / Paul Gallagher
  • 01 / Early footage of Can in Soest is the funkiest German thing you’ll hear all day / Martin Schneider
  • 01 / Animated ‘Breaking Bad’/‘Street Fighter’ mashup is weirdly satisfying / Martin Schneider
  • 01 / Woman decorates dog shit with strawberries, cream and Nutella to shame lazy pet owners / Tara McGinley
  • 01 / Elton John in Sweden to play some gigs and ‘watch pornography’ in 1971 / Paul Gallagher
  • 01 / N.W.A. alumnus Ice Cube waxes philosophical on modern architecture / Amber Frost
  • 01 / Morbid menagerie: The opulent death displays of Frederik Ruysch / Amber Frost
  • 01 / Before Bad Brains, there was Pure Hell, the first African-American punk band / Ron Kretsch
  • 01 / ‘You’re living in your own Private Idaho’: Robot band gamely covers The B-52s / Martin Schneider
  • March, 2014
  • 31 / ‘He promises to just smoke pot as mayor. Not crack’: Hilarious anti-Rob Ford campaign posters / Tara McGinley
  • 31 / Chaos theory: What it might look like if 1500 people walked and texted at the same time / Tara McGinley
  • 31 / Punk-branded beer is bollocks / Amber Frost
  • 31 / How Matisse colored our world: ‘With color one obtains an energy that seems to stem from witchcraft’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 31 / ‘Not sure if you’re a boy or a girl’: The androgynous self-portraits of Claude Cahun / Amber Frost
  • 31 / ‘The Fatal Floor’: PSA battles scourge of killer throw rugs back in the 1970s / Martin Schneider
  • 31 / Happy Birthday Christopher Walken! / Paul Gallagher
  • 31 / Tarzan, shaken not stirred: How to make a Johnny Weissmuller cocktail / Paul Gallagher
  • 31 / We Make You Us: Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel’s strange and absurd guerrilla art of the 1970s / Amber Frost
  • 28 / Prankster wants to hire someone to follow Rob Ford around with a tuba / Martin Schneider
  • 28 / Fascinating document of a 1996 Portland Riot Grrrl convention, with a very young Miranda July / Amber Frost
  • 28 / What if the Nazis had won? A 1960s top 40 radio sampler / Amber Frost
  • 28 / Classic rock conspiracy theory: ‘Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon,’ the dark heart of the hippie dream / Thomas McGrath
  • 28 / Wifi networks, a stealth medium for satire? Ask ‘Lulu’s Anal Bleaching for Kids’! / Martin Schneider
  • 28 / Cooking with Vincent Price to a funky beat! / Tara McGinley
  • 28 / Residents reissue features never before seen photos of their early studio. We’ve got a few of them. / Ron Kretsch
  • 28 / A short tour of Charles Bukowski’s Los Angeles / Paul Gallagher
  • 28 / Before ‘The Simpsons,’ Matt Groening drew cartoons for Apple computers / Amber Frost
  • 27 / Rock stars with their cats and dogs / Paul Gallagher
  • 27 / The Zombies’ Colin Blunstone, this week on The Pharmacy / Tara McGinley
  • 27 / If you like ‘Breaking Bad’ you’re gonna love ‘Break So Bad’ / Tara McGinley
  • 27 / Coffee *everywhere* and ‘road rage’: IS THERE A CONNECTION??? / Richard Metzger
  • 27 / Preposterous Korean cover art for ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’ / Tara McGinley
  • 27 / Inauguration of the ‘Pleasure Boat’: Divine rocks London’s 1985 Gay Pride event from the Thames / Martin Schneider
  • 27 / King Buzzo of The Melvins gets a dream-come-true invitation from Dave Grohl (and totally blows it) / Ron Kretsch
  • 27 / Just another reason to love Tim Curry / Paul Gallagher
  • 27 / Intellectual Equals: Jean-Paul Sartre & Simone de Beauvoir, vintage 1967 interview / Paul Gallagher
  • 27 / X marks the Conspiracy Theory: Exene Cervenka, the new Alex Jones? / Ron Kretsch
  • 26 / The truth about Joseph Stalin’s half-man, half-ape super army / Paul Gallagher
  • 26 / Bad news: Kurt Vonnegut’s bleak advice to humankind in 2088 / Richard Metzger
  • 26 / European film directors discuss Stanley Kubrick / Paul Gallagher
  • 26 / Newly unearthed footage of Kraftwerk—with long hair and leather jackets! Live 1970 / Ron Kretsch
  • 26 / Check It Out!: John C. Reilly on working with Dr. Steve Brule / Richard Metzger
  • 26 / ‘Real-life’ Marge Simpson is jaw-dropping (and kinda terrifying) / Tara McGinley
  • 26 / Michael Jackson’s ‘The Way You Make Feel’ video minus the music is some serious psycho stalker shit / Tara McGinley
  • 26 / ‘Illness, Madness and Death’: The world of Edvard Munch and ‘The Scream’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 26 / Me So Thrifty: Econ lecture gets boffo play on adult video site / Martin Schneider
  • 25 / Beautiful Mutants: DEVO’s utterly mind-bending Jimi Hendrix cover / Richard Metzger
  • 25 / Treat yourself to that real working guillotine you’ve always wanted! / Ron Kretsch
  • 25 / Bitcoin, the gateway drug: Apparently there’s now Bitcoin ecstasy / Tara McGinley
  • 25 / Stunning David Crosby & Graham Nash BBC ‘In Concert’ performance, 1970 / Richard Metzger
  • 25 / Hilarious images of Bryan Cranston modeling exercise poses for 80s teen magazine / Tara McGinley
  • 25 / Nirvana nightmare: Apparently Kurt Cobain is alive and well selling beer in the Netherlands / Tara McGinley
  • 25 / Dizzy Gillespie talks nuclear disarmament in 1962 animated short, ‘The Hole’ / Amber Frost
  • 25 / The nose knows: John Waters’ brilliant ‘Odorama’ gimmick in ‘Polyester’ remembered / Martin Schneider
  • 25 / Napalm Death on children’s TV, 1989 / Ron Kretsch
  • 24 / Bleak new cult comedy ‘Cheap Thrills’: What doesn’t kill you makes you richer / Paul Gallagher
  • 24 / Vintage ‘rock star’ belt buckles of the 1970s / Tara McGinley
  • 24 / The lost art of surfer movie tickets / Ron Kretsch
  • 24 / The Ultimate Spinach: Ballad Of The Hip Dead Goddess / Richard Metzger
  • 24 / ‘Starring Frank Zappa as The Pope’ in Ren & Stimpy’s ‘Powdered Toast Man,’ 1992 / Martin Schneider
  • 24 / Morrissey vs. Phil Lynott is not as exciting as it sounds / Paul Gallagher
  • 24 / Is this one sentence ‘short story’ the most single disturbing headline of the year? / Paul Gallagher
  • 24 / Will robots replace Lady Gaga? / Tara McGinley
  • 24 / The worst, most bass slappinest Christian cover version of ‘Stairway to Heaven’ EVER / Richard Metzger
  • 24 / Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes: Rare interview together from 1961 / Paul Gallagher
  • 24 / Selling the Sex Pistols to Texas / Paul Gallagher
  • 23 / World’s angriest lady tries to justify driving 70 MPH in a 35 MPH zone during her test drive / Tara McGinley
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