Shabazz Palaces + Third Man Records team up for the Shabazz Palaces 1979 Live at Third Man Records 12", out next Friday. Pre-order here, and listen to the eerie live version of "Youlogy" + check the tracklist below: Continue reading...
Throw me to a horde of White Walkers because after the pure joy of last week's "The Book of the Stranger," last night's Game of Thrones was sad as fck. "The Door," the first episode of the series directed by Jack Bender (who also directed...Show More Summary
A fake event invitation for a Limp Bizkit concert at an Ohio gas station creates a wave of false but funny concerts on Facebook. So if you've got tickets to see The Flaming Lips at a botox clinic, get a refund.
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He's one of China's wealthiest and most influential men, but when Alibaba founder Jack Ma visited the White House on Tuesday, there was far less fanfare than for President Xi Jinping's state visit last fall. Reporters spotted Ma leaving the White House grounds with several aides and at least two security guards. Ma declined to […]
The detective-mystery genre is dominated by male heroes—white male heroes, to be precise. There is Lee Child’s Jack Reacher. Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe. Ian Fleming’s James Bond. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. Elmore Leonard and Dashiell Hammett’s leading men. Show More Summary
Also, Jack the Ripper now a “cutlery-involved individual”
From our e-mail, an article by Jack Dunphy : We turn our attention now to the city of Chicago, where both Northsiders and Southsiders are reveling to see that their respective baseball teams, the Cubs and the White Sox, are comfortably in first place. Show More Summary
At today’s official weigh-in at the DeVere Whites Hotel in Bolton, undefeated Chorley star Jack Catterall and Malmesbury’s Joe Hughes both hit the weight on the scales ahead of their WBO Intercontinental [...] The post Catterall and Hughes make weight appeared first on Boxing News 24.
John Ritter played the womanizing bachelor Jack Tripper for all eight seasons of the sex-crazed ABC sitcom "Three's Company," but in the final season Ritter flashed more than his pearly whites to the audience at home.
Move over Prince Charming, Prince Jack Jack has arrived. Once upon a time, on a trip to Disney World back in November, Amanda Coley had the heartwarming pleasure of watching her two-year-old autistic and nonverbal son, Jackson, fallShow More Summary
Two-year-old Jack Jack - who is autistic, nonverbal, and generally pretty shy - had a one-on-one interaction unlike any he's had before. After showing zero interest in any of the characters at Disney World, he completely let his guard down when he saw Snow White - immediately falling in love with her. Show More Summary
In White Folks News: Bad Azz 12-Year-Old Takes A School Bus For A Joyride According to Channel 5 Boston, a young boy jacked a school bus in Bangor Maine just two days ago. Police explained that the bored
If you’ve ever heard Jack White go through his marimba phase, or seen a dude waltz onto a subway car holding a djembe drum, you know there are some pretty goddamn pretentious instruments out there. But which one is the worst offender, and why is it always the bagpipes? That’s the subject of this week’s Deadcast. Read more...
If you’re a straight white man who’s into progressive politics, and you think you could really make a positive impact on this crazy world by running for Congress or your state legislature, Jack Teter and Kyle Huelsman have a novel idea for you: Don’t.
As someone who works in entertainment, I love to study comedians’ timing — from Jack Benny, to Larry David, to Gary Sandler, to Ricky Gervais. And trust me when I say that one of the evolutions we’ve seen in Barack Obama over the years of his presidency is his mastery of comic timing. To be [...]Show More Summary
Iggy Pop will tell the story of the Stooges in a new book, Total Chaos, set for release via the publishing wing of Jack White's Third Man Records. The book was written by Jeff Gold and contributor Johan Kugelberg, who spent two days interviewing Pop in his Miami home and parsing through his massive Stooges collection....
300-page book includes interviews, rare photos, and more.
Permanent Records is an ongoing closer look at the records that matter most. Jack and Meg White took the stage at the 46th Grammy Awards in 2004 to play “Seven Nation Army,” the opener and first single off their then-most-recent album, Elephant. Show More Summary
Jack White's Third Man Records has a publishing subsidiary called Third Man Books. Today, the company has announced a new book documenting the history of the Stooges in Iggy Pop's own words. Total Chaos: The Story of The Stooges / As Told by Iggy Pop is coming later this year. Show More Summary