By: Curt Hopkins
Documentaries about punk music often have a political element. But that political element sometimes seems rather contrived. Fair or not, we wind up rolling our eyes, not at the concern for the apportionment of power in the society being examined, but in both the [read full article]
By: Mark Memmott
Wired magazine says it “sounds like something out of a [read full article]
Have you ever wanted to be a rock and roll star?? Well Elliot Lipp has the perfect theme song for that calling. [read full article]
This video goes out to the people in relationships that cheat, and always get away with it. [read full article]
By: Linda Carroll
Payton Bushnell, 3, made headlines recently after she ate 37 magnets and had to have emergency surgery. Now, the Oregon toddler has [read full article]
Serious talk! Y’all talking about what’s going on
Kony ain’t even [read full article]
Who is the happy idiot? It’s the person in class who shrugs off fears of looking dopy and raises their hand. It’s the person who, [read full article]
By: Charla Bear
It would be difficult for some people to let a stranger drive off with one of their most valuable possessions. But not for [read full article]
Anjelah Johnson is hilarious, this video is fantastic, and she legitimately deserves recognition for her humor. Her Mad TV Bon Qui Qui skit has been around for a while, and this is the [read full article]
Anyone that loves classic hip-hop knows about the Souls of Mischief. If you don’t here’s a quick the description [read full article]
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]