It's an all-nerd pick this week, as the city prepares to welcome New York Comic Con. We have all manner of geeked-out funny people for you, from rapping improv dorks and Merrie Melody fans, to Texan history enthusiasts and men who name stand-up albums after Founding Fathers of American Commerce. Gra ... More >>
Snaggapuss ingratiated himself to the early-'90s New York City rap scene through a series of guest verses recited in a tone resembling Hanna-Barbera's pink cartoon lion Snagglepuss. As part of mixtape master Doo-Wop's Bounce Squad, Snagga was prepped to emerge as the break-out solo artist of the bun ... More >>
There are two nogs in this picture, see if you can find them. [Every day this week, FiTR will be offering posts about eggnog, the quintessence of Christmas as a food holiday. There will be recipes and reminiscences, and the occasional cautionary tale. This is the first installment.] 1. What's a " ... More >>
The designer-toy world's biggest jerkbag thinks you're an asshole for reading this story.
But that brother from another mother sure does steal his thunder.
Matt Berninger makes awkward look cool and despair sound hilarious
A new painting show helps Jeffrey Deitch say goodbye to New York
Girls rock through the ages
We had genuinely hoped that the video to Major Lazer's air-raid siren of a song, "Hold the Line," would merely be a clip of Diplo or Switch virtuosically playing the track on some sort of amazingly enhanced version of the Mad Decent iPhone app. Which we could then also download--the app, it turns ... More >>
An on-screen KISS that rocks
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The year in TV: Another season, a smattering of reasons for tuning in amid all the mediocrity
Seven Days, Seven Plays
Graffitis Next Generation Gets Up By Any Means Necessary
Buffy Fans Bite Back and Bring a Larger Issue to Light
Dilbert's Back, and Guess Why UPN's Got Him