Revolutions On Air: The Golden Era of New York Radio 1980 – 1988

Realistic Marijuana User Stock Images


The future is now (and your captions are welcome).

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Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things that you’re bound to find interesting
Reclaiming the Age-Old Art of Getting Lost

Original Band Names of Famous Groups

Burn the Vegetables

What, Exactly, Do You Want?

New York Nightlife Gone: Danceteria 1982-1986

How to Negotiate a Ransom

“Smoothies, What the Fuck”: Steve Albini on Cooking, Celebrity Chefs, and Why Foodie Culture Sucks

My Wild Night at the Playboy Mansion—But Where Was Hef?

When America Was Crazy About Rock Gardens

The Man Who Broke the Music Business

Airport Bars and Restaurants I Have Loved

The history of the 1980s digital icon Max Headroom


— Chris Black / @donetodeath

Friday’s Vault

Psycho Skate (1988)

Barry “Chicken” Deck, Primo Desederio, Diane Desiderio, Mark Gonzales, John Grigley, Tom Groholski, Tony Hawk, Christian Hosoi, Chuck Hults, Marty “Jinx” Jimenez, Bruce Logan, Rodney Mullen, Steve Rocco, and Mark “Gator” Rogowski.

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“They also found ginseng and a squirrel.”


Contenders for “trio of the year” were recently arrested after police executing a search warrant found “meth, heroin, firearms, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a large amount of cash” in their Indiana residence. The squirrel in question was eating out of a cat food bag, running around the house, and the ginseng was out-of-season.

Dancimation Isn’t Even a Real Word


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Police Shooting,” a new print by Cleon Peterson.

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Art Openings Across America


From New York to LA and up to the Bay, a list of some quality art shows opening this weekend.

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Looks Like Mother Nature Did Some Celebrating of Her Own Yesterday

Timelapse of the Calbuco volcano eruption in southern Chile.



The loneliest lion in the hills of Los Angeles.

Photograph by Steve Winter

“But Coach, We Play Football”

Football Town Nights

This Earth Nipple is Also the Most Remote Inhabited Island in the World


Tristan da Cunha (population: 297) is located in the south Atlantic Ocean 1,243 miles from anywhere else with people. There’s a design competition going on to figure out how to keep its inhabitants there and make the settlement self-sustainable.

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