“You have a very diverse group of personality traits that are maladaptive on the individual level”

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Using the 6 p.m. episode of Seinfeld on TBS as homework, “Psy-feld” is part of a class at Rutgers medical school that helps psych students “identify and discuss psychiatric disorders”.

‘Walt Jabsco’

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A brief history of the design foundation of 2 Tone records

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Aesop Rock – Cat Food EP (Stream)

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Exactly Like What You’d Think an Explosion at a Fireworks Factory Would Look Like

It was big enough to knock a Colombian cameraman off of his feet.

 

The Dark Side of Magic

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CCTV Footage from last month of a Hypnotist thief who put a shopkeeper in a trance before making off with hundreds of £££’s.

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Pitcher Perfect

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Kara Walker for Bernardaud.

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The Book Uses a Total of 50 Different Words

How Dr. Seuss Created Green Eggs & Ham

Daddy Needs Some New Snorkeling Shoes

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The Nike Huarache NM is about as close to the legendary Aqua Sock as you’re gonna get.

“Freedom to Write”

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FREEDOM reminisces on his first visit to what would become the “Freedom” Tunnel.

“In 1974 (at the tender age of 14), my older brother took me to the Freedom Tunnel for the first time. The location wasn’t named that back then, it was just a freight train tunnel that ran for 3 miles beneath Riverside Park from West 72nd to West 122nd Streets. We entered through a Parks bathroom that had a gaping hole in its floor—an entrance that had been created by Steve 161 with a stick of dynamite and subsequently covered with a large piece of plywood. After climbing through the blasted area, we slid down an embankment of dirt and landed at the base of the train tracks. The two of us spent the day climbing up and down the sides of parked trains, practicing our tags with the small can of spray paint we had with us until it ran out, then we headed home. I had no idea how significant an event that day would become.”

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A World of Spice

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Here’s a look at all the different types of hot sauce from around the globe.

Lunchtime Laughter

Dogs So Excited at the Holidays They Explode!

The Art of the Scarf

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We interview Brooklyn-based artist Tessa Perutz about Massif Central, a company she founded that produces a line of contemporary art scarves featuring artists such as Tal R, Jonas Wood, Keegan McHargue, and Joshua Abelow.

 

When/Why did you start Massif Central?

MC was officially launched in April 2014 but it had been a work in progress for a year before that. I have always been interested in the artist’s relationship to society’s common landscape (ie: fashion, urban design, furniture, etc). I wanted to ask artists to reflect upon their 2-D practice and envision their works in a more fluid manner, specifically in relation to adorning the body. I wanted to give a real physical and tactile space for these wonderful works of art to exist. We are so privileged in modern society to be able to see and experience such phenomenal art up close, but we are almost never physically involved in the works, especially paintings. I wanted to get as close to that experience as possible, actually “feeling” these works.

 
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Tinder Finger

Lonely Sculpture (2014) by Australian artist Tully Arnot.

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Runway Musak

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Death Grips new 14-track instrumental album is called “Fashion Week.” (Download here)

Our Lady of the Perpetual Grind

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As Christianity weakens across Europe, former places of worship offer up some interesting real estate opportunities.

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An Annoying Start to the New Year of Work

The Voice of The New York Subway System.

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“I’ll give you a chance to be creative”

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The exact phrase you want to hear from a judge when you have no money for bail, but you just got a new pair of Nikes for christmas.

The Year in Muses

 
 
 

A celebration of some of the most beautiful girls on the planet in 2014.

Sound Advice 212: Tom Gould

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We are pleased to present our 212th installment of Sound Advice featuring music selections from Tom Gould. Tom is a New Zealand born photographer and filmmaker living in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Sound Advice 212

01. Jesus I Was Evil by Darcy Clay
02. Pink Frost by The Chills
03. Anything Could Happen by The Clean
04. Streets Of New York by Kool G Rap & DJ Polo
05. Rain by Dragon
06. Never Tear Us Apart by INXS
07. Woman to Woman by Joe Cocker
08. Killa Cam by Cam’ron
09. Bodyguard by Mighty Diamonds
10. Burial (Original) by Peter Tosh
11. Rua Kenana by Survival
12. How Bizarre by OMC
13. Fiesta by R. Kelly & Jay Z
14. In Those Jeans by Ginuwine
15. Stay Fly by Three 6 Mafia
16. What Is Love by Haddaway
17. I Have Known Love by Silver Apples
18. Shine On Straight Arrow by Cris Williamson
19. Prison Song by Shahram Shabpareh
20. Cheree by Suicide
21. Wild Heart (Live) by Stevie Nicks
22. It’s All Over Now (Baby Blue) by Van Morrison
23. Baby by Donnie & Joe Emerson
 
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