So here it is. My SXSW09 Mix. Bands are in the order in which I saw them. I did see some bands more than once, so in that case I stuck them when I saw them first. Some bands I saw and absolutely did not
Last week’s airing of Real Time with Bill Maher brought together the passionate, yet varied minds of Salman Rushdie, Mos Def, and Christopher Hitchens. Things seemed mellow enough for a while. There was some back and forth on Obama’s decisions regarding Afghanistan and -to Bill’s
Italians around the world are shaking their fists at a new pizza making vending machine… hello, a PIZZA MAKING VENDING MACHINE!! As an American who’s not Italian I think this idea is fantastic! 4 Euros, three minutes and you have a hot fresh baked pizza!
The NES defines our generation. Period. There are those that call us the Star Wars Generation, others Generation X, Y, the Echo Boomers or what have you, but nothing’s affected our culture and upbringing like the NES did. Nothing even comes close. As a trigger
Almost every dude has a gray suit hanging up in his closet. A white shirt. A black tie. Black Belt. Black shoes. Are you still with me? Hope so. Treat yourself to a new pair of socks and instantly update your look. Who takes the
1. EXHIBITION The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia, 1860 – 1989 This expansive exhibition is a bit tough to swallow in one day as the Guggenheim has brought together a wealth of modern artists who have been influenced by Asian art (a fairly generic
NBC Officially canceled the sassy NY drama “Lipstick Jungle.” Sure it was cheesy and by the author of “Sex and the City.” But whatever, it was a cute show! The clothes were fantastic, all the jewelry was too big which made it hilarious. The three
When was the first time I heard those words that haunt my dreams? Hungerectomy? Nougatcity? Like most branding I thought it would go away in a couple of years, but this advertising resists those common norms. In fact I feel like everywhere I look today
There is a lot of talk about how globalization and the web are turning the world from a big place into a small one. I completely disagree, if anything the web allows us to see the true vastness of Earth. As evidence lets look to
Eric Wareheim from “Tim and Eric’s Awesome Show Great Job!” directed this really bizarre video for Tommy Sparks. It’s entrancing. Tommy Sparks “She’s Got Me Dancing” from Eric Wareheim on Vimeo.