You know those annoying Living Social “Pick Five” type-quizzes from facebook that always superfluously appear on your newsfeed? Well, it’s about to get even more thrilling, because this time, I get to elaborate! CAN YOU IMAGINE?! Well, to be fair, I’m also sort of ripping off The A.V. Club’s Nathan
My ibook G4 power cord burned out last night in a blaze of sparks, glory and the odor of melted plastic. Thankfully I was home at the time because the sparks that thing shot off could have very easily burned down my house.
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2020. Check their links for store hours, menus, and ordering info, because things are always changing these days,
This is getting some serious love from me mostly because of its stance on the delicious “cheese” sauce that formed the landscape for Primus’ “Sailing the Seas of Cheese” : “if you are using the sauce, don’t pretend it is real.” Equally appropriate for Cool Whip and the tans of
As old-timey newspaper men in the movies would say, “Stop The Presses!” Being a Southern California native, I have a huge stick up my ass about the quality and price of Mexican food in NYC. Aside from the delicious taco van inside Union Pool, I had yet to find another
4-day all-access badges have just become available to purchase for the Northside Festival in Williamsburg, a new music festival project by The L Magazine. $45 is like, INSANELY cheap for four whole days of bands that include: Vivian Girls, Bishop Allen, The Dodos, Bill Callahan, The Van Pelt, Brightblack Morning Light, O’Death, Asobi
It’s hard to improve on the poster, except to point out that a less stylized version would have the pig’s throat slit, the body thrown into an old bath tub of boiling water to remove the hair, and a butcher getting ready to slice off its ass to make the