Picture of the Day


Peter Funch

One for the Luggage


Mad travel sticker from The Worst From Mad Magazine, 1958

via, desertisland

An Old School Burner


The 5-0 Pin by Good Worth

Because It’s Thursday, Clyde May’s is a Great Whiskey, and Any Cocktail with Ginger is a Winner

The Bonnie Lad

2 oz Clyde May’s Whiskey
.75 oz Ginger Syrup
.75 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
1 slice fresh ginger

Pour Clyde May’s over ice and add in the ginger syrup and fresh lemon juice. Stir well, and garnish with the slice of ginger.

Lunchtime Laughter

Bill Cosby: Chocolate Cake for Breakfast



Detroit Love, Swedish Style by Vegas Tenold

The Power Big Meet car gathering in Sweden has been held for decades and is a love fest for old American cars, some in pristine condition and others that are more rust than bucket.

Photo by Linus Sundahl-Djerf for The New York Times

The Man with the Basketball Van

Rigsketball, a 3-on-3 DIY Portland band basketball tournament.

Fish in the Dark


Larry David is making his Broadway debut as both a playwright and actor in Fish in the Dark, a David-esque comedy centering around a death in a family. While it’s unfamiliar territory for the comedian, he’s seems confidently skeptical; “I haven’t been in a play since the eighth grade, when I did ‘Charley’s Aunt.’ I seem to remember wearing a dress. That’s it. And I’m not even really an actor. But I’m still sleeping at night, and I hope that continues.” Insomnia or not, it’s sure to be entertaining. Fish in the Dark will open March 5th.

Morning Dose of Everything Goes

A ghost skates around a block accompanied by the music of Philip Glass.

“I only liked to pick up prostitutes who talked to me through the passenger window.”


Jim Norton shares a lifetime of sex solicitation and makes a case for legalized prostitution. Protecting the women is key, and “pimps should be thrown down an elevator shaft.” He doesn’t mention tax dollars though, which is interesting since new streams of money and opportunity usually open up the eyes of even the most disagreeable people.

Picture of the Day


Yousuf KarshPablo Picasso, 1954

Sony PS-F9


Known as the “Flamingo” in Japan, the Sony PS-F9 was a battery operated direct drive turntable that featured linear tracking. Including two headphone outlets, the PS-F9 went on sale in 1982 and was the closest Sony ever got to making a “Walkman” for records.

Re: Booty


An undated letter to the NY Post.

via, @reed_tucker 

Tonight in NYC


Roger Gastman & co. take over both of Jonathan Levine’s gallery spaces for “Cruel Summer.” Be there.

Lunchtime Laughter

Maybelline Introduces New Ideal-Woman Rubber Beauty Mask

Random Bedrooms From the 1980s



The swimming pool, symbol of Southern California, takes a dip by Christopher Hawthorne

The private pool is well on its way to outré

Well, That’s One Way to Eat Cereal

Here’s the video for Meyhem Lauren & Buckwild’s “Silk Shirts and Yellow Gold”

The Wide World of Weed

Pot News for Those Who Partake
Mellow Moods: Getting High on the White House lawn

Vermont and Rhode Island, Holdin’ it Down: A Map of pot use by state

A very secure stash: Turning a former prison into a pot farm

Drive slow, homie: Since legalization, highway fatalities in Colorado are at near-historic lows

From the backyard to the front yard: There’s a weed etiquette debate in Washington state

Rules to the game: How should governments regulate the production and sale of the drug?

All in the name: Two Stoners were charged with growing marijuana after a grow operation was found at “the elder Stoner’s home.”

Heart problems: Cannabis linked to the deaths of two young men in Germany

Hotty Toddy: Inside the US governments pot farm at the University of Mississippi
Art by José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros

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