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Historic flint axes found in Denmark

The flint axes date back to the early Stone Age (photo: Viborg Museum) A pair of old friends have found the largest flint axes in Danish history in a drained bog area near Tastum Lake just south of Skive in Jutland. Archaeologists at...Show More Summary

Chyna should be in the WWE Hall of Fame, because Stone Cold Steve Austin said so

Stone Cold Steve Austin, considered by many to be the biggest star in WWE history, said that former WWE star Chyna, who died last week at the age of 46, should be in the WWE Hall of Fame and that it is a shame WWE didn't put her in before she died. Speaking on his podcast, "The Steve Austin Show...

AIDS Researchers vs. 'AIDS'

The “stone age” of computer viruses was the era when hackers wrote malicious software mostly for fun, or in an attempt to become famous. But in the late 1980’s a new trend appeared: viruses and Trojans started to become tools for extortion and blackmail, and their authors wanted nothing but money – lots of money.

Watch Iggy Pop Perform "Sunday" on "Kimmel"

Last night's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" featured a performance from Iggy Pop. Iggy, joined by Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age/Eagles of Death Metal) and a band in matching red smoking jackets, performed his Post Pop Depression track "Sunday." Watch it below. Read "Iggy Pop's Decade of Destruction." 

The 'Stone Age' of Computer Viruses

The inventors of the first electronic computing machines made them for a good reason. But as devices have gotten smaller and entered the mass market, they’ve also become a target for people with criminal intent. So along with the “good” programs there appeared more and more malicious software, or “malware” – “Trojan horses,” backdoors and worms.

Newswire: Newly formed supergroup Gone Is Gone release first song off debut album

At The Drive-In’s Tony Hajjar recently announced he was teaming up with Queens Of The Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen, Mastodon singer/bassist Troy Sanders, and musician/composer Mike Zarin to just obliterate ears, i.e., play together in a heavy-as-fuck band. Show More Summary

Hear First Song From Mastodon, ATDI, QOTSA Supergroup Gone Is Gone

Last week, singer-bassist Troy Sanders (Mastodon), drummer Tony Hajjar (At the Drive-In), guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen (Queens of the Stone Age) and guitarist-keyboardist Mike Zarin announced the formation of experimental new band Gone Is Gone. The quartet have now detailed their self-titled debut EP, an eight-track set out July 8th...

Gone Is Gone (Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age, At the Drive-In) Release New Song "Violescent," Announce Debut EP

Members of Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age, and At the Drive-In recently teamed up to form a new band, Gone Is Gone. The supergroup comprises Mastodon singer/bassist Troy Sanders, QOTSA guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen, At the Drive-In drummer Tony Hajjar, and multi-instrumentalist Mike Zarin. Show More Summary

‘Hands of Stone’ Teaser Trailer: Edgar Ramirez and Usher Transform for the Boxing Drama

Roberto Durán went 103-16-0 as a boxer, with a total of 70 knockouts. Durán, who started his boxing career at the age of 16, was nicknamed “Manos de Piedra” (“Hands of Stone”). Throughout his incredible career, the Hands of Stone faced...Show More Summary

Tom Waits Pays Tribute to Merle Haggard

Tom Waits has written a tribute to Merle Haggard, who died earlier this month at age 79, for Rolling Stone. In it, he writes about listening to Haggard's music as a teenager and how it made him feel OK about growing up in a small town in California–National City. Show More Summary

Fax Is...

Dying Enduring Dead Growing Some old technology from before 2001 Older than a phone call Outdated Old School A Legal Document Some strange word that is from the stone age Something I still pay attention to All of these things are correct about fax depending on your point of view or use case. Show More Summary

First Look at Emma Stone and Steve Carell in "Battle of the Sexes"

In the fall of 1973, there was no biggest story in sports than the challenge from former tennis champ Bobby Riggs to women players. He claimed that at age 55, decades after he retired in 1951, he could still beat the best female players in the world. Show More Summary

Stone Age artists used rock art as a billboard

Six to seven thousand years ago, the road system in Norway was essentially non-existent. That meant Stone Age residents mainly used waterways as they moved from place to place, especially on the hunt. Forty-eight Stone Age petroglyphs include images of a reindeer herd, shown with all the animals moving in the same direction. Show More Summary

Skepta Details New Album Konnichiwa, Samples Queens of the Stone Age on New Single "Man": Listen

Skepta has released a new single, "Man," in which he samples Queens of the Stone Age's "Regular John." Listen to it below. "Man" appears on his upcoming album, Konnichiwa, which Skepta detailed this week. The album is out May 6; youShow More Summary

Newswire: Members of Mastodon, Queens Of The Stone Age, At The Drive-In form supergroup

At The Drive-In reunited earlier this year, announcing a new tour and some possible new music, but drummer Tony Hajjar doesn’t just want to reconnect with old friends. He’s also interested in head-banging with some new folks who’d also like to rock the shit out of some super-heavy post-hardcore metal music. Show More Summary

"The Many Lives of John Stone" by Linda Buckley-Archer (Reviewed by Cindy Hannikman)

OVERVIEW: An English teen questions all she knows about aging when she encounters a set of journals that date from the present back to the reign of King Louis XIV in this blend of contemporary and historical fiction from the author of...Show More Summary

Mastodon, At the Drive-In & Queens of the Stone Age members form Gone Is Gone (listen to a clip)

In addition to sitting behind the throne for the At the Drive-In reunion, ATDI drummer Tony Hajjar is now manning the skins for a new band called Gone Is Gone with a very impressive lineup that includes Mastodon bassist/vocalist Troy Sanders and Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwe. Show More Summary

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