That Time Tupac Rode the Viper at Six Flags Magic Mountain


The year was 1992, and one lucky fan was smart enough to buy the souvenir photo after the ride and get it signed by Pac himself.

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Slum Village – YES! (Album Stream)


Featuring guest appearances and production from De La Soul, Jon Connor, Phife, Dilla, Black Milk, BJ The Chicago Kid, Bilal, Illa J & J Ivy, YES! is available today.

via, egotrip

Coked-Out Italian Eels

In the rivers, not in the piazzas.

The Silicone Throne


Because at the end of every season you feel shafted.

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Monday by Brown Cardigan


Because this is when you need the internet the most.*

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By the Pool, at the Beach, or in Your Favorite Chair


Apology Magazine’s upcoming Summer issue is a great way to spend time not looking at your phone.

Featuring: H. Jon Benjamin’s marijuana reviews • Fiction by Amelia Gray, Georgi Gospodinov, Sam McPheeters, and Stephen Dixon • Poems by Eileen Myles, Bill Knott, and Elaine Kahn • Animation legend Sally Cruikshank • Ian Svenonius on the Twist • Photo portfolios by Roe Ethridge, Mary Manning, and Leo Leigh • Previously unpublished early photos of Dash Snow by Ryan McGinley • A special section on nostalgia with Will Oldham, Ed Templeton, Johanna Fateman, Peter Meehan, Anita Lo, Alain de Botton, Chris Kraus, Andy Spade, Jim Walrod, and more.

Nu Liife


by Andrew Jeffrey Wright / @ajw4ever

“Art is something that allows me to be alive, and function in this world”

Jason Jägel, one of the artists featured in our upcoming “All Types of Characters” show, talks and paints in San Francisco in this beautiful profile by Noe Chavez.

AMY, Forever


A look at a wide assortment of Amy Winehouse tribute tattoos that people chose to put on their bodies.

Also, we’re pleased to introduce our summer fling with A24!

Linked Out: Special 100th Edition


For the past 100 weeks, Chris Black has used his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things that you’re bound to find interesting

A top audio engineer explains NPR’s signature sound

Kate Moss: The Least Basic Bitch

The days the music died

How to Know If You Talk Too Much

An alternate history of sexuality in club culture

Ronnie Wood Revisits His Lost Sixties Tour Diary

A Contentious Domain

The guns, girls and good times of America’s South

Here’s What It Looks Like When Orson Welles Edits a Porno

Obscure References in Classic Songs—Explained

The Four Stages of Life

‘Text neck’ is real

Don’t waste money on a college degree if you don’t want to go

The Content Wars: All the Way Down

Columbia House insiders explain the shady math behind “8 CDs for a penny”

How to fail yet retain dignity


— Chris Black / @donetodeath

Friday’s Vault

Rodney Mullen in Plan B’s The Revolution (1997)

The Wide World of Weed


Pot News for Those Who Partake


“Think Apple-Store-meets-pharmacy.” Is Brooklyn getting a MMJ dispensary?

Sexxpot: Re-branding weed as an aphrodisiac

Marijuana’s Moment

Realistic Marijuana B-roll: Here Grandma, lemme help you with that bong hit

Big Bruddah: BioTrackTHC, a seed-to-sale tracking system to monitor the entire supply chain

Unearthing 2,400 year-old golden paraphernalia

CannaCamp, America’s first cannabis-friendly ranch resort

Are marijuana growers sucking California dry?

60 Minutes revisits ‘Colorado Pot’

Politics and pot: An interview with a weed lobbyist


Chris Christie proving why he won’t be President

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