By: Claire O’Neill and Laura Krantz
Just when you thought you had the latest in camera technology, along comes something new and shiny and … rectangular.
It’s called the [read full article]
By: Undercurrents & David Lee Jones
Brooklyn Boheme is a love letter to a vibrant African American artistic community who resided in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill Brooklyn during the 80′s and 90′s that included the [read full article]
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By: Eric Deggans
I was flipping around TV channels one evening, and I noticed something amazing. There was a glorious absence of [read full article]
By: Leslie Gevirtz
Some U.S. pawnbrokers are taking liquid assets – literally.
Along with family jewels and fine art they will accept wines as collateral for loans to help [read full article]
By: David Moye
It may be hard to swallow, but sword swallowers do more than entertain people by sticking things down their throats. A few have been on the cutting edge of medicine as well.
That’s according to [read full article]
By: Sam Biddle
If you need any further proof that handguns should be illegal or that the human race doesn’t deserve to exist, watch this intrepid [read full article]
Saving Face is a 2011 documentary film about acid attacks on women. The film was directed by Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy and Daniel Junge. The film has been [read full article]
By: Steve Henn
Sebastian Thrun, who helped build Google’s driverless car, narrates a demonstration of the technology.
This week the state of Nevada finalized new rules that will make it possible for robotic self-driving cars to receive their own special driving permits. It’s not quite driver’s licenses for robots — but it’s close.
The other day I went for a spin in a robotic car. This car has an [read full article]
What is your definition of living life to the fullest? Is it success? Is it your material possesions? Check out this video by getoutthebox. [read full article]
By: Mike Mainguy
I’ve found the term “best practices” to typically be a magical incantation that people invoke to use a [read full article]
By: The A.P.
Medication via remote-control instead of a shot? Scientists implanted microchips in seven women that did just that, oozing out the [read full article]
King of keeping Austin weird moving to NW Colorado
By: Sigfrid Rydquist
Albert Leslie Cochran, better known around town as “Leslie,” has decided to move out of [read full article]
LOS ANGELES – Relatives of late pop icon Whitney Houston have reportedly been told by coroner officials that the singer died from [read full article]
Right on time for Valentines Day, Jaekim out of Houston, TX releases his latest video project titled [read full article]
Happy Valentines Day Boy-Cott fam. Whether if you are celebrating this year or [read full article]
By: Frank Langfitt
Stroll along a street in downtown Shanghai for very long, and you’re likely to run into someone wearing [read full article]
By: Patti Neighmond
Tai chi, the Chinese martial art involving slow and rhythmic movement, has been shown to benefit older people by [read full article]
By: Andrew Liszewski
When I was a kid, we lived first person shooters, running around with vests and pistols in a game called Lazer Tag. It’s long gone, but this new [read full article]
After waiting patiently behind two singles, a dope video, and a neon-blue triangle shaped vinyl, Union is ready to [read full article]