A quick flip through some of the 88 pages in The Best of The Internet K-Hole Volume 3, published by Hamburger Eyes.
The Greatest Double Agent in History by Alex Mayyasi
For his valor during World War II, Juan Pujol Garcia received awards from both Adolf Hitler and King George VI.
The Pickpocket’s Tale by Joseph Goldstein
As younger thieves turn to high-tech crimes, one of New York’s old-fashioned wallet snatchers recalls his decades-long career, from behind bars.
A Man Digging, 2013 by Jon Rafman
Over the course of a month, one man turned to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to document all the different ways his wife said “no” to having sex with him.
GZA and the genius of science.
Inside the Crumbling 5 Pointz by Tessa Stuart
The Queens Graffiti Mecca 5 Pointz Was Never Just About the Painting on the Outside
After doing a brief stint in London to mixed reviews, the musical adaptation of “American Psycho” is coming to New York City in February 2015 for a run Off Broadway.
Because it is you.
Live from the Graffiti Underground by Jamie Maleszka
Decades before street artists like Banksy could ignite an Internet firestorm and fetch millions, three guys with a video camera and a stack of VHS tapes set out to share the gritty story of NYC graffiti.
The Last Titanic Survivor Remembers Hitting the Iceberg
Pot news for those who partake
The chillest man in Spokane is back on the job after being fired for taking the day off to become the first dude to buy legal pot
That paranoia you feel after getting high? It’s real.
One report attempts working out, on weed.
Farmers get to farmin’ because hemp is the future of CBDs
A pot grower with the unfortunate name of “Smoke” is suspected of starting a wildfire
Could Brooklyn hipsters help save the middle class? And by “hipsters” I think they just mean people in Brooklyn.
No, No, Nine-Ettes by James Wolcott
The 90s-nostalgia boomlet that blossomed last year—online, across the cable dial, and in the fashion pages—says as much about the future as it does about the decade of Seinfeld and the Starr Report, of Gingrich and grunge. And it reveals how nostalgia itself has changed.
Why Net Neutrality Matters (And What You Can Do To Help).
After less than a month of being officially open, “Holler If Ya Hear Me”, the broadway musical inspired by the lyrics of Tupac Shakur is closing.