Sandra Mozarowsky was a Spanish actress who died of mysterious circumstances at the age of 18. Often described as “nubile” and rumored to be romantically linked to King Juan Carlos I, Sandra apparently fell of her balcony at 4 am while watering her plants.
Could Brooklyn hipsters help save the middle class? And by “hipsters” I think they just mean people in Brooklyn.
Men have apparently been neglecting to exercise their pelvic floor muscles aka “the area you sit on when you’re sitting on a horse.”
Shepard Fairey revisits a rare early print inspired by Russian Constructivism and turns it into a 21st century commodity. Available July 17th.
Chubb Rock ft. PMD & Das EFX, Beef, 1997
Electric Objects is high definition screen with an integrated computer that is set in a traditional picture frame. The goal of this “computer for art” is to utilize the vast archive of the internet to bring digital versions of artwork into your home, collecting your most favored images.
For the fan, a baseball game is as much about the hang out as it is about the game. Those lucky enough to be in attendance at tonight’s All-Star game in Minneapolis will have the opportunity to watch the best players in action and eat some terribly good food while doing it. In addition to pouring beers for themselves in the new self-serve draft machines, fans at Target Field can select from an array of new food including: Lobster Corn Dogs, a 1 lb Hangover Burger (10 ounces of ground beef, six ounces of ground bacon, fried egg & fried onions), and a Footlong BratDog (a hot dog inside of a bratwurst that’s been wrapped in bacon and covered with sauerkraut and onions). Chances are those who indulge in the offerings will have trouble leaving their seats afterwards, but hey, there’s a game happening anyway.
Sam Kinison – Rappers Suck
No, No, Nine-Ettes by James Wolcott
The 90s-nostalgia boomlet that blossomed last year—online, across the cable dial, and in the fashion pages—says as much about the future as it does about the decade of Seinfeld and the Starr Report, of Gingrich and grunge. And it reveals how nostalgia itself has changed.
Why Net Neutrality Matters (And What You Can Do To Help).
After less than a month of being officially open, “Holler If Ya Hear Me”, the broadway musical inspired by the lyrics of Tupac Shakur is closing.
by David Shrigley