We have treats from Panda Bear, Clark, Diagram, Tourist, and Bastille Vs. Grades to share with you this month, but to kick things off, here's Guy Pearce as you've never quite seen him before...
Despite the doom and gloom about the death of the record sleeve, Simon Moore says there's never been a more creatively exciting time for a designer to work in music
Upon walking into the Art Institute's Modern Wing, the beloved exhibition of Josef Koudelka is now removed and a new exhibition sits in its place--quite literally. Before entering the space, Lucy McKenzie is projecting towards her audience. One mechanically...
In 2012, Jack Halprin bought an apartment building at 812 Guerrero St. in San Francisco’s Mission District for $1.4 million. According to a wrongful eviction lawsuit brought against Halprin by resident Susan Coss, Halprin moved intoShow More Summary
Former WWE wrestler and new UFC signee CM Punk appeared on Sirius XM’s Opie with Jim Norton, and briefly expanded on why he left WWE, his new career with the UFC, and whether or not he’ll go back to WWE at some point in the future. CM...Show More Summary
(Gore) Jaume R. Lloret compiled all (?) of the grizzly death scenes from Quentin Tarantino’s feature films, from Reservoir Dogs to Django Unchained. Delfonics’ Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time) was a cheeky touch.
RH Reality Check recently asked its colleagues working to advance justice movements throughout the country to share what affected them most in 2014 and their greatest wish for 2015. Image: Shutterstock The post Four Reasons To Be Hopeful for 2015 appeared first on RH Reality Check.
“Every day is International AIDS Day,” AA Bronson tweeted during a recent week of AIDS-related memorial and art events. Depending on the reader, the tweet could be interpreted as a show of solidarity, or a dig at the nature of tragedy memorials. Typically these things do less to "remind" us of the event, than they do bend into a shape prescribed by an organization.
The first official Batman v Superman trailer reportedly leaked online earlier this week. According to iDigitalTimes, the full trailer was released through 4Chan on Reddit. There is even a full-length description that allegedly explains each scene and dialogue from the trailer which has also surfaced online and spread like wildfire. Show More Summary
He's a national treasure, damn it.
Add the Pyramids to the list of couples who strongly recommend a first look! In a practical sense, the key driver was to get pictures out of the way, but it also allowed us to spend a special moment together … read more
"It's literally impossible to know when your period will hit. Once a month? Twice a month? Fifteen times a month? One-hundred times a day?"
He always has a few tricks up his sleeve, and Michael Bublé invited Ariana Grande to join him in singing “Santa Claus is Coming To Town” during his fourth annual “Michael Buble’s Christmas in New York” special. The “Haven’t Met You Yet”...Show More Summary
Baby, it's warm inside (this list).
It is ‘The Interview’ scene North Korea doesn’t want the world to see. This clip is reportedly the movie’s death scene of North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. It was uploaded to the popular video-sharing site, liveleak.com Katy Perry’s hit, ‘Firework’ plays as a missile heads for the dictator’s plane. The leader is consumed in […]
Have you ever wondered what racial representation looks like in porn versus the United States population? Well, I have. I get tired of conventional porn sometimes, and I want to see porn with women especially, but people in general, who aren’t going “ooohnnnn ooohhhhhnnn ohhhhhnnn” like seals throughout the movie, or who aren’t skinny, or [...]
Alpin Drums is a German musical sextet who play percussion on various objects–including toolboxes in a video shot by Vimeo user malfecha–while wearing the traditional clothing of their Bavarian home. via The Presurfer
We're gonna need all the hype in the universe for this one.
Another year, another compilation of awesome people pulling off extraordinary feats of strength, coordination, agility, mental fortitude, daring and joie de vivre. And yes, the guy who jumped off the bridge was wearing a parachute.
The Colbert Report ends on Dec. 18, and we can only hope that when Stephen Colbert heads to The Late Show in 2015 he continues to sing. Over the last nine years, we’ve watched Colbert parody Brad Paisley’s “Accidental Racist,” duet with Elvis Costello, stand in for Jay Z, and do so much more. Show More Summary