The celebrated artist completes his SXSW takeover with the premiere of his DIY NASA documentary and a solo sculpture show that inlcudes collaborative DJ sets by Young Guru and J Rocc and playlists from Kanye and Frank Ocean.
We Skyped with the legendary Chilean filmmaker to ask about his life and work, from his days as a young poet in Chile to his new Kickstarter, along with discussions of psychomagic, George Harrison's anus, and a Tarot reading with Yeezus.
To celebrate Sunday's SNL 40th-anniversary show, we locked ourselves in a room and watched hours and hours of sketches to dig up the funniest (or close-to-funniest) clip of each confirmed guest as of yesterday.
As ever-present as grills may seem today, mouth bling isn't new. Actually, grills have been appearing, disappearing, and reappearing throughout human history in fits and spurts as civilizations have risen and fallen around the world.
It used to be the ultimate insult, but today, the word "bitch" is said freely on TV shows and sung in songs on the radio. In a world of bad bitches and basic bitches alike, what the hell does "bitch" mean anymore?
Clumsy ways of greeting other males sometimes catch men off guard. We've summed up some of the most popular greetings, complete with instructions and GIFs, as well as the mortifying pitfalls of fucking them up.
Living in an SRO means you're either one step out of homelessness or one step away from it. As part of our series on housing the homeless in San Francisco, we talked to a man who spends his days wandering between bars in the Mission and drawing dirty cart…
MediaTakeOut has become notorious for its coverage of black celebrities, dick-pic leaks, and salacious headlines, but its founder is a former Wall Street lawyer who used to claim to clean Mariah Carey's laundry.
This weekend, Kim Kardashian will marry Kanye West at the most important wedding ceremony since Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn's nuptials in 1533. Who received coveted invitations to the event? We examine the odds.
We talked to several South Sudanese-American artists about how they went from refugee camps in Africa to runway shows and Kanye West videos in Manhattan. Throughout this week, we'll publish their stories.
His Airness confessed to being prejudiced against white people in his new book. He recounts a story where a girl called him the "N-word" and threw a soda at him, which lead him to hate all white people when he was in high school.