Mayan Calendar

  • Blogs

    December 31, 2012

    Ten Things We Should Expect To See In 2013

    As you may know by now, today is the last day of the year. Take advantage of these few hours before midnight to review every 'Best Of 2012' list out there because their timeliness will soon be quelled by the imminent switch in our non-Mayan calendar. Once that clock strikes 12, mankind will turn the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 28, 2012

    Things Not To Do On New Year's Eve

    Monday night will be here soon enough, so you'd better be prepared for the parade of landmines that you'll have to avert if you want to survive into 2013. Here's what not to do: *Don't go to a restaurant. They will be packed, noisy, and suddenly charging twice what they used to, which was already ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 20, 2012

    What To Do About The End of the World Tomorrow!

    Harold Camping--I mean the Mayan calendar--says the world be will as over as the macarena as of tomorrow, and here's what it's urgent that you do: Nothing! Don't take out your money and spend it. Don't tell your loved ones of your warm feelings for them, and conversely, don't tell off those you d ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 13, 2012

    The Last Year Of My Life, Brought To You By Facebook

    On average, an ordinary, freedom-loving American spends about eight hours a month on Facebook. That's sixteen minutes a day, seven day a week, ninety six hours a year. Simple math aside, Mark Zuckerberg has you under his watch for eight full days. And, if you have Facebook on your smartphone, well t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 12, 2012

    12 Songs for 12/12/12

    Well, shit--JUST when we'd finally recovered from 11/11/11, here comes the titanic saturnalia we like to call 12/12/12! So hey, here's 12 songs with "12"/"twelve" in the title, because what the fuck else.

  • Voice Choices

    December 28, 2011


    Terrible movies find praise at UCBeast

  • Blogs

    June 24, 2011

    Q&A: Ende Tymes Fest Organizer Bob Bellerue On The Apocalypse And The Evolution Of Noise

    It's possible nobody told you, but the world will come to an abrupt, ear-rupturing end this weekend. If you're planning to be anywhere near Brooklyn, you'll probably hear it before you feel it; blame underground musician, teacher, and author Bob Bellerue, who's bringing the Ende Tymes Festival of N ... More >>

  • Theater

    January 12, 2011

    The Berserker Residents Try to Screw the Mayans

    The Annihilation Point's Philly Sci-Fi