Your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from thrift stores, estate sales, and flea markets. Your Life magazine Date: January, 1943 Publisher: The Kingsway press, Concord, NH Discovered at: Sunnyside Thrift, Queens The Cover Promises: "The Popular Guide ... More >>
The Dalai Lama makes his way to Jersey
via Gnome LifeRecently we stumbled upon the Tumblr "Gnome Life," which tackles the trials and tribulations a millennial gnome faces after moving to New York City. Hilarious, right? A gnome in New York City? But after we laughed about gnomes, because gnomes are funny, and perused the many phot ... More >>
The Killers frontman makes a decidedly unflamboyant Grammy-bait solo album
In case you were living under a rock (or outside, with a healthy application of spf, we hope) this weekend, we've consolidated a handy list of what the past two days had to offer. Fear the office water cooler no longer! Read on for what's on the lips of all the popular kids:
State Senator Eric Adams of Brooklyn really wants young people in Brooklyn to pull their pants up, and he's putting up billboards to tell them so. On Monday, billboards with pictures of models in ultra-low riding jeans reading "We are better than this! Stop the sag! Raise your pants, raise yo ... More >>
I don't mean skin tone. That would take a whole book to discuss. I mean: What's the proper balance to strike in addressing his life and legacy? Having been asked to appear on various TV shows to discuss Jacko, I've made sure to be truthful but fair, generally saying he was a musical genius and an el ... More >>
TechCrunch has three new non-Seinfeld Microsoft ads. As befits the election season, they're short on policy but long on image. "I'm a PC," says a John Hodgman type who appears at the outset of the ads, "and I've been made into a stereotype."
Justin Timberlake, dreary dick jokes, and elephant poop in this Deepak Chopra riff
S-F truants, Guillermo del Toro, and ReBoot's dirty secret
The guru of Basement Bhangra celebrates 10 (or nine) years on the job
It's so gentrified. Hip-hop kids have nicknames for usNew Harlem.
Insult to injury: Looking at the real problem behind the pseudo-solutions at ground zero
Diagnosing Medical Fraud May Require a Second Opinion
Hindu Holy Woman Heals With Hugs