In 1987, Neil Young told an interviewer that Time Fades Away was “the worst record I ever made—but as a documentary of what was happening to me, it was a great record.” Young has never shied away from documenting, warts and all, the high points of his career and some pretty...
Freedom Church, located in Los Angeles, is getting in on the 4/20 action this Easter with the tagline, “Because you can’t get any higher than RISEN!
I blogged about Cliff Muskiet’s world of stewardess uniforms back in 2009. Shamefully, I haven’t visited it in a few years, but I did today and completely forgot what a treasure trove this
This is a guest post written by Tabitha Vidaurri. There exist a series of music videos of a life-sized, hand-made marionette of George Harrison.
These vintage stereoview images from 1923 of a little girl sleeping while goblins and boogeyman creep around her bed and hover over her are a little silly looking, yes.
If it wasn’t a monster movie, then it wasn’t worth watching. That was my narrow view of cinema when I was a kid.
On Sunday newsreel archivist British Pathé uploaded 85,000 films, in high resolution, to its YouTube channel.
Amar Singh may appear like an ordinary six-year-old boy, but to the villagers of Nijmapur in India, Amar is an embodiment of the Hindu god Lord Hanuman.
Michael Gira’s band Swans have shape-shifted but plenty. They made their reputation with an extraordinarily punishing and shockingly nihilistic take on no-wave music in the 1980s, culminating in the colossal masterpiece
Sean Hannity: Do you think everybody goes to Heaven? Colton Burpo: Um…. No. Not everybody does go to Heaven.
According to Steve Lewis’s blog at Black Book, Michael Alig, the notorious “club kid murderer” and “
A study has revealed that artists’ brains are ‘structurally different’ from the rest of us. The small study, published in the journal NeuroImage, detailed the results of brain scans taken from 21 art students and 23 non-artists.
Yeah… pretty sure I’m gonna be okay, but thanks for the warning. Fact: I love disturbing feminist art.
Tonight a lucky audience in downtown Los Angeles, seated in the opulent setting of the theatre at the Ace Hotel (once the original United Artists Theatre co-owned by Charlie Chaplin, D.W.
The creator of these macabre and inappropriately jolly coloring book illustrations, Todd Spence, writes, “Most kids aren’t allowed to watch R rated films, especially the really dark and twisted ones with terribly bleak endings that stick with you for days and...
In a just world, Floyd Vivino would be a very famous man. He was the titular “uncle” of New Jersey’s
I love animation, but my virulent Ludditism prevents me from enjoying the roughly 3,497,039 big-budget CGI cartoons that now come out yearly (not to mention a definite drop in writing—when did we start patronizing kids with such terrible stories and dialogue?
It’s remarkable the things people will go through in the name of science. In the case of Justin O. Schmidt, the man who developed the “Schmidt pain index,” our gratitude is even more difficult to measure.
If God is in the Hills and the Devil is in the details, then where does that land the glitz of Hollywood?
Elvis Costello contemplating olives I don’t know exactly where this footage came from, but it’s delightful, whatever it is.