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Tom Knox in Santa Cruz’s Troops of Tomorrow

Out With The New And In With The Old

“Old/New” is a story narrated by Patton Oswalt about a man obsessed with novelty.

The Patient Art of Rock Balancing

Manuel Cisneros is an artist working and living on the beach in Ventura, California.

Film by Ross Harris.

Whoa.

Dashcam video of the TransAsia plane crash

Brian Williams Again and Again

The brilliance over at Fallon Tonight cuts the network anchor’s reports into Snoop Dogg’s classic “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?”

Shocking Art Supplies

Featuring everything that a radical art student needs to succeed.

A Look at the Hard Knock Life of New York’s Quirkiest Rapper

SNL’s The Jay Z Story

In which Blowfly saves Miami from Interdimensional Reptiles

Pineal Warriors: Supermeng vs. the Anunnaki, a film by Egon & Otto Von Schirach.

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Jason Lee in Blind’s Video Days

102 years old and still golfing

Meet Ida Pieracci, San Jose Country Club course record holder with eleven holes-in-one.

Urban Radical: Gettin’ Rad on The Regs

Bam Margera gets interviewed on this innovative program.

It’s Striking, But Is It Art?

The Bubble by Aaron Rose

JIMMY SNUKA – “SUPERFLY”

A short film about the 71-year old former WWF star who’s still got it after all these years. Directed by Anthony Blasko.

Cali to New York and Back Again

Mike Mills’ creative journey

New Landscapes

From wilderness hikes to dark room afternoons, David Benjamin Sherry talks about his process of making photographs.

The Power of PCP

Raekwon reminisces about that time he, ODB, and the rest of the Wu-Tang Clan smoked dust and did hundreds of push-ups.

Inside Alleged Gallery circa 1995

Aaron Rose and Harold Hunter are some of the people interviewed in Planet Ludlow, a 1995 interview tour of Ludlow street before the Lower East Side turned.

The One True Danger of Being A Ball Boy

Nut shots.

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Sal Barbier in Plan B’s Questionable

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