After five years former Non-Phixion member Ill Bill has finally released his latest solo album, The Grimey Awards. The record looks to continue his gritty New York boom-bap vision that help defined the city's alternative rap underground in the late '90s. We spoke to Bill about the people in his life ... More >>
Bob Fosse's landmark 1972 movie of Cabaret--which was deemed so swirlingly brilliant it beat The Godfather for the Best Director Oscar--will be shown for free at the Ziegfeld, where it originally premiered, on January 31.
And some pretty special people are coming, namely Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey ... More >>
A mass shooting took place at a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado last night. Aurora is a suburb of Denver, a short distance from the suburb Columbine, where 13 people were killed in a mass shooting in 1999.
Although initial stories reported 14 dead, WNYC's The Takeawa ... More >>
According to A View From a Goon (obviously an unimpeachable source -- oh, Wikipedia says so too), today is the 60th anniversary of the first Road Runner cartoon's debut. Hard to believe "Fast and Furry-ous" is from 1949, though the noisy version above makes it seem like a relic from the early soun ... More >>
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Frankly baffled that there's any mystery as to who's responsible for the purple squiggly "Who Watches the Watchmen?" that's been sprayed around Manhattan over the last week. The phrase is a recurring device in the comic juggernaut, a citizen outcry during a police labor strike, angr ... More >>