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Monstrinho returns home
Monstrinho returns home
You think you have what it takes to roller-skate with the best of them? Test out your dance moves on wheels, donate a couple of bucks at the Bayanihan Spirit party to benefit typhoon victims, and take your frustrations out on some really hideous art, all before the end of the week.
We're starting to think that cronut mania is an Alex Jones-ian false flag attack on America to rob people of their dignity and waistlines (damn you, H&M, I am not an XXL in jeggings). After all, people are getting up before the cock has doodled its doo to wait in lines that wrap around the block for ... More >>
If you've ever looked through a Dr. Seuss book and thought, "Oh, hey, these drawings kind of look like they were made while this dude was hammered," there might be more truth in that than you think.
An odd Hong Kong café lurks down an alleyway
Leigh RydbergNoel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Beacon Theatre Tuesday, November 15 Better than: Big Bang Theory reruns. Watching Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, it's hard not to see the albatross around his neckhis estranged brother Liam, who he left behind in 2009 after a serie ... More >>
So the word is out that Osama bin Laden--the walking bad hair day who hid in caves and plotted international violence, coming off sort of like a Dr. Seuss character via Adolf Hitler--was finally killed by a U.S. bomb. Well, I have it on pretty good, semi-reliable, shaky authority that Georg ... More >>
Some exciting news for fans of the late Theodor Geisel, or, as you probably know him, Dr. Seuss: Random House is publishing seven of his "rarely seen" works, which appeared in Redbook between 1948 and 1959, into a hard-cover collection called The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories. Apparentl ... More >>
The news here -- especially relevant if you take drugs, have children or both -- is that tomorrow, PBS will launch a new program entitled "The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That." That sounds really fun and all, but is lent a certain extra dose of credibility because the series is co-signe ... More >>
Where on the list will Maurice Sendak's controversial classic fall?If some of our earliest memories of food are shaped by eating it, then plenty more are informed by the act of reading about it. After devouring Maurice Sendak's In the Night Kitchen, what child could look at a slice of toast w ... More >>
Plus Cheryl McGinnis Gallery's 'Reconstructing Paper'
As shoppers scurried to snatch up last minute gifts inside the Queens Center Mall, local elected officials and community organizations painted the shopping destination's landlord, Macerich, as the latest Grinch in the ongoing fight for living wages -- just days after the city council rejected a ... More >>
First, there was Minnesota. Then it was Anaheim. And, of course, through it all, there's always the good laugh at Boston's expense. And while I'm well-versed in spitting vitriol at New England, I'm less inclined to do the same for a midwest city that's never really done wrong by me, or a we ... More >>
Pre-Thanksgiving never looked so inflated
Four films at the Brooklyn Museum of Art
The Mets rooftop gets a little crazier
It's anime on overdrive in the Wachowski's souped-up, tricked-out cartoon adaptation
More Looney Tunes noir and psychiatrist's-couch pathos from Danger Mouse and Cee-Lo
Seuss, somehow not fucked up
The Art of Ill Will sketches the lively history of American political cartooning
Though not the greatest rapper alive, Hip Hop Harry is certainly the furriest
Sprite of the hunter: Jim Carrey journeys through a postmodern 'tween-gothic neverland
A toasted-cheese surrogate comes to life in Jersey City
The Many Sides of Indie Film's Newest Siren
Treasure Hunting on 14th Street
Thrillers! Satires! Westerns! Indies! Blockbusters! Sequels!
Hardest Movie Quiz Answers Revealed!
Clinton Makes Hay in Asia Mess