Maya Angelou’s stepfather was well-versed in racketeering and had his friend’s teach her all they knew about the art of the con.
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RIVERRUNNERS by Chip Kidd, “A story that takes us to the edge of a river—and of fatherhood.”
DANIELS pushes the boundaries of weird in their longest short film to date.
100% of the profits from the sale of Cody Hudson’s limited edition Public – Supply notebook will go to supporting creative work in Chicago public schools.
Instead of just walking into a flock of emperor penguins to identify those birds tagged with RFID chips, researchers in the Antarctic drive this adorable lil’ remote controlled dude into the huddles, so that the penguins won’t get stressed.
Who knew Adam Sandler was so obsessed with Shaquille O’Neal’s dick? Here he talks with Conan about his quest to see little Shaq.
Broomberg & Chanarin pay homage to George Henein and the Egyptian Surrealist Movement. The title “The Prestige of Terror” comes from the name of a pamphlet that Henein created shortly after the dropping of the atomic bomb.
The Deepest Dig by Brooke Jarvis
The bottom of the ocean is the most remote, least understood place on Earth. But that isn’t stopping us from mining it.
The unexpected math behind Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”
Having A.D.H.D. characteristics in the Paleolithic era made you a success. Now, in the instant gratification-heavy 21st century, those carrying traits of this novelty-seeking behavior need to—in a sense—become digital nomads to be effective and keep their surrounding world interesting.
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In an unassuming suburb of Buenos Aires sits a sportswear shop frozen in time. Wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling, the store is stacked with unopened Adidas shoe and apparel boxes from the 1970s, all closely guarded by a 75-year-old shopkeeper with a tragic story who lost everything and holds onto this time capsule as a form of personal therapy. Thirsty for a glimpse into the trove of rare goods, some of the most enthused Adidas collectors journeyed across the Atlantic to gain entry into the dusty shop of their dreams. Their story unfolds, below.
We are pleased to present our 211th installment of Sound Advice featuring music selections from Kava Gorna. Kava is a New York-based photographer.
Sound Advice 211
01. Dreams by The Cranberries
02. Don’t Mix The Colors by Courtney Love
03. Colors and the Kids by Cat Power
04. Crucify (Remix) by Tori Amos
05. Mr. Somewhere (Remastered) by This Mortal Coil
06. Decide by Heavens To Betsy
07. One More Hour by Sleater-Kinney
08. Gepetto by Belly
09. 500 (Shake Baby Shake) by Lush
10. Seether by Veruca Salt
11. Stutter by Elastica
12. Spin The Bottle by The Juliana Hatfield Three
13. Girls! Girls! Girls! by Liz Phair
14. Criminal by Fiona Apple
15. Rock Star by Hole
16. Not Too Soon by Throwing Muses
17. Sorry Again by Velocity Girl
18. Life of Leisure by Luscious Jackson
19. Wandering Star by Portishead
20. Shallow Then Halo by Cocteau Twins
21. Beautiful Friend by Cranes
22. Love by The Sundays
23. Ride It On by Mazzy Star
24. It Could Be Sweet by Portishead
25. Pearly-Dewdrops’ Drops (12” Version) by Cocteau Twins
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