Gary Panter first created this artwork as part of the logo for the Screamers, a seminal L.A.
synthpunk band from the mid-70s to the early 80s. Now it’s available to add some edge to your office or abode as a 24″ x 34″ serigraph in an edition of 200.
A three-part series from HUCK magazine to coincide with their
Much respect goes out to the folks behind
Ebbets Field Flannels who have been digging up and reproducing historical baseball jerseys by hand for over 25 years. Here are some of our favorites.
The Lion Sleeps Tonight by Jen A. Miller
Visiting the abandoned Warner Bros. Jungle Habitat safari park in North Jersey
Noiva do Cordeiro is a small town in southeastern Brazil that is populated only by women, most of whom are single between the ages of 20 and 35, and apparently desperately in need of a man. The Brazilian beauties would love to find bachelors to court and potentially live with them, but
“first they (the men) need to agree to do what we say and live according to our rules.” Sounds just like marriage to us…
The Greatest TEDx Performance That Never Was? In which a BMX racer serving time for attempted murder talks about trying to get a bike into prison for a TEDx performance.
TurboGrafx-16: A Quarter Century of Gaming Excellence by Leigh Alexander
The TurboGrafx-16 videogame system was released in America on August 29, 1989. On its 25th anniversary Paste’s games and tech culture writer Leigh Alexander remembers what made this largely forgotten machine special.
Pot News for Those Who Partake
Whoopi Goldberg sends “a big hug” to Governor Cuomo
Love pot, but hate the anxiety?
Black pepper will help fix that
Weed Bus is the legal way to hotbox in Seattle
Edibles in Colorado finally
get the warning labels they deserve
the new face of vaping
B-Real and the
pot bucket challenge
A new study has concluded that married couples that get high together are less likely to beat each other up
You’ll need an extra bag of chips once you finish
this recipe for Ganja Guacamole
The Secret History of the Vocoder
America’s favorite photo magazine is
raising dough for issue 16. You’ll end up buying it anyway, so think of the pledge as a pre-order. If that doesn’t help, the trailer (below) will.
The Man Without a Mask by William Finnegan
How the drag queen Cassandro became a star of Mexican wrestling.
Last night, our intrepid photographer Christos Katsiaouni headed down to
No Romance Galleries in TriBeCa to check out the opening of “Never Too Young,” a group show featuring works by Harry Mcnally, Mike Krim, Osvaldo Chance Jimenez and PJ Monte. Here is the scene that he encountered.
Last Tango in Kabul by Matthieu Aikins
While war raged across Afghanistan, expats lived in a bubble of good times and easy money. But as the U.S. withdraws, life has taken a deadly turn
Here’s a sweet little profile of the Midwestern Railroad Preservation Society, a group whose aim is to restore early 20th century steam engines and railcars to their former glory.
Borderline Personality Disorder, humorously animated and explained by Ofir Sasson