“It’s like, ‘You’re 40. What are you doing here?’”

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In an attempt to relive their glory days, Old dudes are now going on Spring Break with the college kids, but instead of partying with bud light, they’re luring girls in with bottle service.

“Do What You Want To”

The story of Slomo, a doctor who left his career behind to rollerblade along the boardwalk in Pacific Beach.

Not For Claustrophobic Commuters

Tokyo Compression by Michael Wolf

Art Up High

Judith Supine on the Queensboro Bridge

Printables

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The 25-Year-Old at the Helm of Lonely Planet by Charles Bethea

Last year, a media-shy billionaire bought the flailing Lonely Planet travel-guide empire, then shocked observers by hiring an unknown 24-year-old former wedding photographer to save it. Charles Bethea straps in for a bizarre ride as a kid mogul tries to remake a legendary brand for the digital age.

Installation View: The Last Brucennial

 
On view at 837 Washington Street through April 4th, 2014

Related: The Opening Party of the Last Brucennial

The New “Big One”

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The Puente Hills Thrust Fault runs from northern Orange County through downtown Los Angeles and ends up in Hollywood. A large quake on this fault “could kill from 3,000 to 18,000 people and cause up to $250 billion in damage.”

“Its rebellious energies are focused largely on restaurants, retail and real estate.”

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Looking at cultural change in the greatest borough on earth.

Artist Eats: Kyle Platts

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Kyle Platts to share his favorite place to eat. Kyle is a London-based artist and illustrator, who has created some of our favorite art comics, including Megaskull and Festival Frenzy. Continue reading for his answer.

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Art Openings Across The Globe

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Tom Sachs
AMERICAN HANDMADE PAINTINGS
March 29, 2014 – May 3, 2014

Opening March 29, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Galerie Thaddeus Ropac
7 Rue Debelleyme
FR-75003 Paris

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Death by a Thousand Cuts

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The Great Barrier Reef: An Obituary

The World’s Best Spicy Food

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A very relevant book

A Look Through “Fountains of the Deep: Visions of Noah and the Flood”

Curated by Darren Aronofsky in anticipation of his upcoming film NOAH.

On view at 462 West Broadway through Saturday, March 29, 2014

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Printables

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Bummer Beach by Chris A. Smith

Tech billionaire Vinod Khosla bought the land abutting a popular surfing cove. Then he boxed the surfers out. The craziest thing? He might get away with it.

B.A.S.E. Jumping the Freedom Tower

Fast forward to around 2:25

An Art History Mystery

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How is there an Australian sulphur-crested cockatoo in a 1496 Italian Renaissance painting by Andrea Mantegna?

Artist Eats: Matt Mignanelli

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Matt Mignanelli to share his favorite place to eat. Matt is a New York-based artist, who paints entirely freehand, and strives for perfection in his execution. He has had solo exhibitions at galleries such as Richard Heller in L.A. and Dubner Moderne in Switzerland. Continue reading for his answer.

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Found Photos (pt. 12): Glacier Priest Edition

These were found by Dave Schubert at the bottom of a 25 cent box at the flea market. They feature Father Bernard Hubbard, the “glacier priest,” and are from 1937.

Art Openings Across the Globe

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From Copenhagen to New York to San Francisco, there’s a whole bunch of good shows to see.

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