For some reason this gif and this DJ Maceo Plex mix are working very well together (specifically about 30 mins in).
We’re 20 years away from catastrophe, says PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Move over Apple Watch…When LCD Soundsystem split up, it left frontman James Murphy with a lot of time and creative energy on his hands. So he’s been experimenting with a number of weird and esoteric projects, the latest of which is turning tennis data from the U.S. Open into music.
The wearable space just got bigger. Way bigger. Apple debuted its long awaited wearable Tuesday, simply called Apple Watch.
90% of El Salvador’s water is already polluted, putting families and communities in danger of waterborne illness, food shortages and the added expense of buying bottled water. If OceanaGold gets its way, it could destroy the last remaining river with drinkable water in this Central American country.
Thankful for my friend of 18 years––Hero for keeping Amsterdam real and colourful just as he kept the clubs colourful with music when we both lived in NYC. Check out his new gallery here on September 20th.
“I’m not political. I just do this for the people,” says street artist Hero de Jeneiro pointing to his multicolored creations along Wijdesteeg, an all…
Morning Glory Amsterdam gets our asses hashtagged. http://www.hashtagmyass.com
very cool idea for Instagram.
This is an excerpt from the full NY Times dedication here: She would take the stage in a demure black sheath and ladylike pearls, a tiny bouffant blonde with a genteel air of sorority decorum. Then she’d stick her finger down her throat and regurgitate the dirt on the rich and famous, the stream-of-conscious take on national heroes and sacrosanct cultural idols.
On Nancy Reagan’s hairdo: “Bulletproof. If they ever combed it, they’d find Jimmy Hoffa.”
On Charlton Heston: “He told us, ‘I got Alzheimer’s.’ Surprise! He’s been wearing his wig sideways for 19 years.”
On Donatella Versace: “That skin! She looks like something you’d hang off your door in Africa.”
On Sandra Bullock’s Bottega Veneta gown at the Golden Globes: “It looked like Prince’s old prom dress.” (And Tina Fey’s Zac Posen: “A decorative toilet seat cover.”)
On Queen Elizabeth II: “Gowns by Helen Keller.” “Nice looking. Not at all like her stamp. Wears her watch over the glove, though — tacky.”
On herself, desperate for a man: “My parents had a sign, ‘Last girl before thruway.’ I’d get an obscene phone call. I’d say, ‘Hold on a minute, let me get a cigarette.’ ”
On her husband’s suicide: “After Edgar killed himself, I went out to dinner with Melissa. I looked at the menu and said, ‘If Daddy were here to see these prices, he’d kill himself all over again.’ ”
Even the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center were not off limits. “A few days after 9/11,” Jonathan Van Meter recalled in a 2010 New York magazine article, “she called and asked me if I wanted to meet her for lunch at Windows on the Ground.”
Mr. Van Meter wrote: “She pushes as far as she can as soon as she can. It’s compulsive.”
“Oh, grow up!” she advised.