Alfre Woodard, Jane Fonda, and Sharon Stone gather for the cover of AARP The Magazine‘s June/July 2016 issue. Here is what the actresses had to share with the mag: Sharon on staying relevant in Hollywood: “I’ve stopped questioning everything, and that gives me a lot more room to breathe. I think it’s just getting comfortable [...]
Gone Is Gone – an experimental rock supergroup featuring members of Mastodon, At the Drive-In and Queens of the Stone Age – launch into deep-space with new single, "Starlight." The band, masked in silhouette, performs the track in an eerie, frenetic video. "Emptiness is here," sings Troy Sanders over synth pads and Tony Hajjar's nuanced...
Jane Fonda, Sharon Stone and Alfre Woodard have been in the Hollywood spotlight for decades, but they say it's only now, after age 50, that they're having the time of their lives. The three actresses are the covergirls on AARP Magazine's...Show More Summary
Gone Is Gone (a supergroup featuring members of Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age, and At the Drive-In) have shared a new music video for "Starlight," a track they premiered earlier this week on “Start Making Sense,” the Beats 1 show...Show More Summary
Yesterday, Mastodon/At the Drive-In/Queens of the Stone Age supergroup Gone Is Gone released a second song off their debut EP, "Starlight," and today they put out a video for the song. They also announced tour dates. Continue readin...
Members of Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age, and At the Drive-In have formed a supergroup called Gone Is Gone. Troy Sanders (Mastodon), Troy Van Leeuwen (QOTSA), Tony Hajjar (At the Drive-In), and Mike Zarin have shared another new song from their debut self-titled EP, which is out July 8. Show More Summary
Gone Is Gone is the recently formed new project featuring members of Mastodon, Queens Of The Stone Age, and At The Drive-In. Last month, they shared “Violescent,” their debut track that will appear on their upcoming self-titled EP, and today the group has given us another new one called “Starlight.” It premiered on Jenny Beth […]
Jller is a machine that sorts pebbles from a specific river by their geologic age. The stones were taken from the stream bed of the German river Jller, close to the city of Ulm.A set of pebbles from the Jller are placed on the 2x4 meter platform of the machine, which automatically analyzes the stones in order to then sort them. Show More Summary
(Image Link) If the forces of hatred and stupidity have their way the world will be bombed back to the Stone Age where ignorance will be the norm and violence mongers and religious zealots will reign supreme. Luckily there are plenty...Show More Summary
archatlas: Palimpsests Spaces In the Middle Ages, parchment being expensive, copyists reused ancient manuscripts to enroll new texts. For this, the old manuscripts were erased beforehand with pumice stone. The result of this practice is called palimpsest. Show More Summary
Travel through time and feed Om Nom's ancestors! Cut the Rope: Time Travel takes you through twelve ages of human—er, nomkind: Middle Ages, the Renaissance, a Pirate Ship, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, the Stone Age, the Disco Era,the Wild West, Asian Dynasty, the Industrial Age, the Future, and a Parallel Universe. Show More Summary
Jller is a machine that sorts stones from a specific river according to their geologic age. The machine works with a computer vision system that processes the images of the stones and maps each of its location on the platform throughout the ordering process. Show More Summary
Artists Prokop Bartoní?ek & Benjamin Maus created Jller, a fascinating machine that is capable of automatically identifying the geologic age of individual stones, then sorting and organizes them according to their era. Its slow and methodical approach is hypnotic.
In this age of reboots, remakes, and revivals, no stone is left unturned lately. We’ve got TV versions of Lethal Weapon and Exorcist on their way, as well as the incredibly controversial Ghostbusters reboot. With all these properties...Show More Summary
With an interest in connecting industrial automation with historical geology, Czech artist Prokop Bartonícek and German artist Benjamin Maus collaborated to create the Jller, an incredible kinetic machine that easily sorts random stones from a specific river by their geological age using pre-defined data ranges to guide the process. The machine also emits a very […]
One of the original Beastie Boys—and the one said to have coined the hip-hop band's name—has died at the age of 52, Rolling Stone reports. Guitarist John Berry died at a Danvers, Mass., hospice Thursday, his stepmother, Louise Berry, tells the AP, noting that he had suffered from...
John Berry, a founding member of the Beastie Boys, has died at the age of 52, Rolling Stone reported. The guitarist died at a hospice in Danvers, Massachusetts, early Thursday morning, his father John Berry III told the publication. Berry...Show More Summary
A Louisiana lawmaker apparently keen on wasting people's time and skeeving everyone out killed two birds with one stone during a Wednesday state House session by suggesting an age and weight limit for strippers. While discussing a bill that would raise the minimum age of exotic dancers from 18 to 21, Rep. Show More Summary
The Mäanderhöhle cave near Bamberg was previously regarded as an archaeological sensation. It was thought to contain some of the oldest cave art in Germany. However, Julia Blumenröther, a former student at Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg,...Show More Summary
Though consumers are still opening their wallets for smartwatches, things are definitely not sunshine and lollipops for Fossil Group which saw its shares plunge more than 30% on poor wearables revenues. As reported by Investing.com,Show More Summary