Brooklyn: America’s Music Capital


NY Mag investigates.  (That’s Dirty Projectors above)

Three Girls I get mixed up all of the time


Rachel Bilson, Leighton Meester, & Mila Kunis.

All are welcome into the apartment of The Enablist.

Everything Bagel with Cream Cheese and Bacon


Oh gigantic little baby jesus, why did this combination not happen before?

Lunchtime Laughter


With Bauhaus 1919–1933: Workshops for Modernity opening at the Moma, we thought it fitting to look at Iwao Yamawaki, a Japanese Architect turned Bauhaus Photographer.

The Royal Mail is a lot cooler than the USPS


Starting in 2010, the Royal Mail will be releasing 10 1st class stamps celebrating classic British album covers.  Bangin’.

See them all at Creative Review

Make music with your tie


The Sound Fabric Necktie is made from 50% audio cassette tape and 50% colored thread.  You can actually move a tapehead over it and get sound.

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The True Symbol of a Trophy Wife


The Peter Brant-owned Maurizio Cattelan sculpture of soon-to-be-ex-wife Stephanie Seymour.

More at Cityfile

Morning Dose of Thinking for yourself

adriana Lima hands on deck


Adriana Lima manning the boat.

Picture of the Day & The Weekly Round-Up


Mr. Kiji

This week…

We looked at the 7 Hottest Women in the World

Facebook’s offices are amazing

We sweated these Barry McGee Wall Vinyls

Tila Tequila’s Titties went up for auction


Morena Baccarin

Terence Koh at the Brooklyn Museum


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th at 9:30pm

Terence Koh, whose work is featured in the Brooklyn Museum’s collection, presents a special performance that blends vocals, rock and synthesized music, mixed with a light and media installation.
Curated by Sarah Giovanniello, Traslin Ong, and Eugenie Tsai.
Presented as Part of Target First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum.

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Stolen Moments

Julia Chesky crept out into the night with us and documented the scene at Kim Cogan’s, Kristin Baker’s, and Paul McCarthy’s openings, plus a party at OAK.

Sound Advice 25: z†


We are pleased to present our 25th installment of Sound Advice featuring z†. A society of 12 individuals who craft, collaborate and create objects, products and ephemera, z† is.

Sound Advice 25

01. King Of Carrot Flowers Part 1 by Neutral Milk Hotel
02. This Is The One by The Stone Roses
03. Lost by The Mary Onettes
04. The Old Man’s Back Again (Dedicated To The Neo-Stalinist Regime) by Scott Walker
05. This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) by Talking Heads
06. So Sad by The Everly Brothers
07. Gentle As by Elbow
08. Remember (Walking In The Sand) by The Shangri-Las
09. The Selecter by The Selecter
10. This Is How We Walk On The Moon by Arthur Russell
11. Chistelle by ESG
12. October (Love Song) ’86 Version by Chris & Cosey
13. If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next by Manic Street Preachers
14. Life’s Little Tragedy by Lambchop
15. Golden Hours by Brian Eno
16. Goodbye Sadness (Tristeza) by Astrud Gilberto
17. Days I Had With You by Kings Of Convenience
18. Kicker Of Elves by Guided By Voices
19. Break My Body by Pixies
20. Disintegration (Live XFM Great Expectations) by The Cure
21. Vapour Trail by Ride
22. happY by frYars
23. No Fit State by Hot Chip
24. The Wanderer (Featuring Johnny Cash) by U2
25. Bonus Medley


up all night

Social Distortion, Story of My Life

Talk at Me with Anita & Neil

In this feature, two of our favorite people, Neil Anblomi and Anita Goodman, ask each other important questions

This week, Neil asks Anita…

Neil: Most Americans do not accept the theory of evolution. Instead, 51percent of Americans say God created humans in their present form, and another three in 10 say that while humans evolved, God guided the process. Just 15 percent say humans evolved, and that God was not involved.  So if we evolved from monkeys and apes, why do we still have monkeys and apes? On second thought, thats not my question, this is.  If you could be born again would choose to be a different sex to what you are?

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Reminisce Over This

Kool Keith, Blue Flowers, 1996

Opening This Weekend


A bunch of shows opening up this weekend, we decided to consolidate it all to one easy-to-manage post.  That’s Jeremy Fish above who opens a show at Laguna Art Museum on Saturday.

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you need to know…

How to open a wine bottle with your shoe!  I would suggest you practice this at home before you bust it out at a party.

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