Crash Buds


The nearly mythical story of Yosemite’s lake full of pot.

“Clearly he drank too much and has no recollection how he ended up on that roof.”


Man celebrates new job the old fashioned way.

Race to the Bottom


Forecasting the world’s Water Wars.



Getting high on sherm and hanging out with your stolen brain is an interesting life choice.

Nature’s Most Extravagant Narcissist

The Life Of Pitti Peacocks.

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Annoying ABC’s


Trump Cards by Winston Tseng.

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“Ain’t no hustle where I live.”

Frank Zappa on Los Angeles, and fads in America.

“In the 1980s, they aimed at yuppies. I could see them taking it to the next level, to millennials, who dig social justice issues.”


Jack Daniels and slave marketing.

Last Man Off the 8:59 to Penn Station


Die and Pay bills tee by Black Lodges.

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“Money’s the cheapest thing. Liberty and freedom is the most expensive.”


Rest in Peace Bill Cunningham, New York fashion’s humble photographer.

Meat Is The Queen, Murder Is Dead


The Smiths is a new book of never-before-seen photographs of the influential band at their peak by Nalinee Darmrong with essays from Andy Bell of Erasure and music journalist Marc Spitz. Darmrong traveled with The Smiths during the Meat Is Murder and The Queen Is Dead tours in 1985–1986 capturing on-stage moments as well as more revealing candid shots. Some of the most interesting stuff is the ephemera – backstage passes, set lists, promo materials, clothing and letters. The book serves as a time capsule; chronicling everything about the much-loved Manchester bred voice of the ‘80s.
—Chris Black

“exorbitantly loud”


A man with a speaker van was arrested over the weekend in Queens after locals complained about music blasting in a junkyard.

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