Triggered by my officemates' reaction to this apparently devastating news from the world of music:
I wish this Vulture article was on Kinja so we could discuss the worst episodes of Lost. So I'm bringing it in. I love the show, but there are some real stinkers sprinkled in among the brilliance.
I have a tendency to obsess over album art. Some of my favorite record covers aren't so much about expressing a super artsy concept, but more about revealing a place that's meaningful to the artists (i.e. Wilco's Chicago). Here are five classic album covers that feature easily-accessible locations that you can visit.
Not ALL female characters have to be disapproving wives or murder victims, you know? When it comes to legit examples of strong, complicated, unapologetically weird women in pop culture (besides Kathie Lee or Hoda), these days one can't really do much better than Mindy Kaling's title character from The Mindy Project.…
Lucha libre and Jarritos aren’t the only Mexican staples to make themselves at home north of the border. Mexican art also leaves its mark on America thanks to street artists like Federico Archuleta. Federico has been creating large-scale street art in Austin, TX for the past 10 years, using stencils and freehand…
Andrew Steinthal and Chris Stang from Immaculate Infatuation are on a mission: explore the world of fine dining and bourbon pairing, come hell or high levels of bourbon. After conquering Dallas, Seattle, and San Fran, they returned home to New York City to see what the Big Apple had to offer.