Openings In L.A. This Weekend

Neckface has a Friday the 13th Print Release Show tonight at New Image Art, and Josh Liner brings his gallery West with the show GO WEST featuring David Ellis (above) and Kris Kuksi at Mark Moore Gallery.

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Reminisce Over This

The Notorious B.I.G., Juicy, 1994

Because No One Would Think To Pick Up an iPhone 3G

The iStash

via, coolmaterial

Weekend Watching: Baseball In The Time of Cholera

“a powerful insight into the tragedy and scandal of Haiti’s Cholera epidemic through the eyes of a young baseball player.”

Kio’s Ding Repair

Yellow Rat recently reissued their classic pocket tee with artwork by Barry McGee.

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To The Beach With This Bad Boy

The ECOXPRO is a waterproof speaker and iPhone case that “can be used in the pool, by the hot tub and in the ocean without issue.”

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Now That’s A Sandwich

The Spicy Peanut Chicken Grilled Cheese from Closet Cooking

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Lunchtime Laughter

The Onion’s Sex House

Jerseys of the Adidas FANATIC

Tomorrow marks the 11TH annual adidas FANATIC soccer tournament in NY. This year, we’re honored to be among the 20 teams playing in the day long soccer tournament at Chelsea’s Waterside Park. Here is a look at the jerseys of 11 of the teams that will compete for the this year’s title.

If you’re in the area, come through an cheer or jeer us on as we play VICE, Psyop, TheGoodLife!, and the Chinatown Soccer Club.

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A $2 million Drug Tunnel

Beginning in “an inoperative ice manufacturing plant behind a strip club in Mexico,” and ending at a random, tiny warehouse in San Luis, Arizona. It’s been called “Extraordinary.”

The Art of Logo Design

PBS Off book continues to deliver.

“From cave painters to modern designers, artists throughout history have been reducing the complex down to simple ideas that communicate with the world.”

Linked Out

Every Friday, Chris Black will be using his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things you’re bound to find interesting

Nick Cave, Mark E Smith, and Shane MacGowan Walk Into a Bar

The WET Legacy: How a ‘Gourmet Bathing’ Magazine Inspired a Generation of Designers

Why Wooden Roller Coasters Give ‘Out of Control’ Thrills

The Complete History of André 3000 Guest Verses

Slutwave, Tumblr Rap, Rape Gaze: Obscure Musical Genres Explained

Talented people can be unpleasant or immoral. But do they behave worse than the untalented? Not always.

Who Made That Cigarette Filter?

Conquering Reverb: Behind Recorded Music’s Oldest Sound Effect

Why is “Bohemian Rhapsody” one of the strangest and greatest rock songs ever made?


— Chris Black / @donetodeath

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