Creators No Longer Creating


Notable deaths from the month of August


Wes Craven, King of Slasher Films

Sean Price, Bucktown rapper

Darryl Dawkins aka “Chocolate Thunder”, NBA backboard breaker

Stephen Pizzurro aka “The Pizz”, Lord of Lowbrow Art

Noah Davis, L.A. Painter and Installation Artist

Sasha Petraske, Cocktail Club Impresario

Nelson Shanks, Portraitist of the Prominent

Frank Gifford, NY Giants Star and Sports Broadcaster

Bob Johnston, Legendary Music Producer

“He’s really social and he has no fear”


Bubba the cat don’t need no hall pass.

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‘I am Tarzan!’


A shirtless man on meth and covered in mud was recently found screaming and swinging through trees inside a bird exhibit at the Santa Ana Zoo. Here’s the 911 call.

Creators No Longer Creating


Notable deaths from the month of July

Rowdy Roddy Piper, WWF Legend

Burt Shavitz, the hermit co-founder and face of Burt’s Bees

Christian Audigier, luxury trucking hat pioneer and fashion designer

Ingrid Sischy, writer, editor and cultural critic

Vic Firth, drumstick magnate

Scot Breithaupt, early BMX visionary

Blaine Gibson, Imagineer and sculptor of figures in Disney parks

Yasuo Minagawa, a Master Framer for Art Masters


This Guy…


Jason Patterson, a New Zealand man who has gone on a hunger strike to protest the government not funding his weight-loss surgery.

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B.B. King, Rest In Peace


Legendary bluesman B.B. King aka “The King of Blues” passed away peacefully in his sleep Thursday night at the age of 89.

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Party Dad Gets Punished for Peculiar Parenting Skills


Florida parents Joey and Chad Mudd were recently arrested after allegedly—and repeatedly—using pot as a ‘bargaining tool’ to get their 13 and 14-year-old daughters to get good grades and clean the various bongs and pipes around the house. On one occasion, Dad allegedly even gave his daughters a couple toots of coke in his pick-up truck. Presumably they were on their way to school and he thought coke was a more affordable option than adderall.They really try to start’em young in Florida, don’t they?

Twenty-five lines of bright light slowly open across the screen


John Hughes’s first draft of the screenplay for “The Breakfast Club” dated Sept. 21, 1983 was recently found in the suburban Chicago High School in which the movie was filmed. The iconic coming of age film—which was almost called “The Saturday Breakfast Club”—celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

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Around the World in 7 Clicks



Wrestling season has started in Senegal

David Lynch went to twitter yesterday to confirm he be a part of the sequel to Twin Peaks

Everything that you’ve ever wanted to know about Undersea cables

Inside the $1 billion business of happy-endings

A look at life in Iran before the Islamic Revolution

Earth’s overpopulation and overconsumption… in pictures


The planet is getting greener



Leonard Nimoy, Rest in Peace


Sad news today as we’ve learned that Mr. Spock has passed away at the age of 83.

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Redoing Our Youth


Danger Mouse, Inspector Gadget, and Duck Tales are all being rebooted for comeback to what we now consider television, streaming video. We can only wonder what’s next though, since the people in control of programming probably grew up on this stuff. Thundercats? He Man? Gummi Bears? The list goes on.

Pee-wee’s Big Holiday


La la la… la la la… looks like Pee-wee Herman has a new movie coming out directly to Netflix. For Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, Pee-wee will go on vacation for the first time ever after being inspired by “a fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger.” It’s pegged as an “epic story of friendship and destiny.” Production begins March 2015.

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