Duracell Batteries

  • Blogs

    May 6, 2011

    The Nice-Guy Makeover Of Cee Lo Green's "Fuck You" Is Complete

    Alas, the "ain't that some shit" ad-lib in "Thank You," the Duracell-sponsored, firefighter-honoring remake of Cee Lo Green's gleefully profane "Fuck You," is entirely excised, but at least the quick "I really hate yo ass right now" ad-lib is transformed into a shout-out to his mom. (Awww, just in t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 5, 2011

    Five More Ways For Cee Lo Green To Re-Record His Big Hit

    ​ Cee Lo Green nearly topped the pop charts with his vulgar hit "Fuck You" thanks to some creative maneuvering; its blithely profane chorus was reworked so it could pass the FCC's muster for radio-airplay and Glee-warbling purposes, and it was dubbed "The Song Otherwise Known As Forget You" w ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 28, 2011

    Gabe Stulman Wants to Go Into the Bodega Business

    ​Crain's has published its annual 40 Under 40, a round-up of over-achieving types who have not yet had to grapple with the existential challenges of middle age. It includes three emissaries from the food world. One, unsurprisingly, is David Chang, who says he wants to transform his business in ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 9, 2010

    Alert: If Your Friends Want to Go Out Boozing, You Will Probably Not Exercise

    ​Your friends can be very persuasive. So persuasive that their enticements to "catch up" over wine and cheese or "catch a game" while consuming nutrient-based commodities like beer and chicken wings will pretty much always win out over less hilarious pursuits like "going to the gym." To "be he ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 30, 2008

    Battle of the Aggressively Green Times Square Billboards!

    Coca-Cola proudly announces its 30-odd Times Square signs will be wind-powered for New Year's Eve and presumably thereafter. "We are proud to lead this renewable energy movement on the Great White Way," says a spokesman. Changes to the main billboard alone "will be the equivalent of taking 75 cars ... More >>

  • NYC Life

    May 27, 2003