Between growing up in Queens and currently residing in Brooklyn, comedian Hari Kondabolu has appeared on Letterman, Conan, and NPR. With brother Ashok (Das Racist rapper Dapwell) he created the Untitled Kondabolu Brothers Podcast and fills in for Night Train host Wyatt Cenac when the latter finds hi ... More >>
Beatles vs. Stones By John McMillian Simon & Schuster, 288 pp., $25 "The Beatles want to hold your hand, but the Stones want to burn down your town" -- Tom Wolfe It was a simple question, really. But one that said (or supposedly said) a lot about your taste in music, sociological outlook, personal ... More >>
Josh OlinsNot your average pop-up chefOver the past year, we've seen many a chef get into the pop-up restaurant, but the person behind one of New York City's most recent pop-ups is a bit, well, prettier than those who have come before her. Elettra Wiedemann, a model who is the face of Lancô ... More >>
Doesn't it seem like everyone's writing about relationship politics these days? Not that that's any different from ever before. Now we've got this: an article arguing that although 20-something men are mainly slobs in dirty sweatpants watching Onion Sports Dome, they still have the upper hand ... More >>
Nobel prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has recently enjoyed his time in the sun for being (A) a 2008 Nobel prize-winner, (B) correct about a bunch of things, (C) smacking down flashy upstart Andrew Ross Sorkin. All of which are beside those times Loudon Wainwr ... More >>
Seems like these studies come out every week or so just to freak us out (or in the case of this one about well-educated women being "problem drinkers," confirm something we kinda already knew). But, since we did go to college, and since we do enjoy an adult beverage now and again, and since i ... More >>
Hermann Göring got a fair trial at Nuremberg. But not Gitmo prisoners.
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