How far would you go for a banana? Probably not farther than the grocery store.
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd made an official visit to a small village in Papua New Guinea where he was mobbed, showered with gifts, and generally treated like a rock star.
Hey, guess what? If you are an American man you are more likely to have cancer in your prostate than any other part of you.
These nuts in Lithuania have opened up a new theme park called 1984: Isvgyvenimo Drama.
This guy named Louis B. has been amassing a hair collection for six years.
As you'd expect of a book designed by the guys who made those Russian Criminal Tattoo books, this weighty opus looks amazing. Its screen-printed cover, blood-red page edges, and creepy photos all add to the overall feeling of quality.
We simply had to know whether we could persuade a few strangers to put on diapers and swallow a bunch of laxatives and have a contest to see who would shit first (or last).
When I called Miguel to see if he would let us visit him at his studio to shoot this episode of Art Talk! he told me that he didn't have one.
If you are ever in need of a surplus of ladybugs, give the fine folks at GardeningZone.com a call.
Casa Xochiquetzal: Mexico's elderly sex farm.
Mary Ellen Mark holds down a double slot in the world of photography. Widely known for stark, unblinking photojournalism, she also maintains a separate career as a production portraitist for the movie industry.
Walter Pfeiffer has been chasing beauty for almost 40 years now, making pictures that are as much a product of his obsessions as of his precision.
Patrick is a photographer and director and the guy who does Epicly Later'd. We don't even know where he lives anymore. New York? Los Angeles? It's either one of those or somewhere in between.
Back in the 80s and 90s the art scene in Mexico was filled with boring, solemn, abstract shit. But then video artist Yoshua Okon and his buddy, the painter Miguel Calderon made it fun again.
Brooklyn artist Wes Lang and his illustrated bulletin walls
For some reason we will never understand, the Germans take King Khan really seriously.
As you may already have read on some "blog," Andrew WK, the apotheosis of American creativity and earnestness, and Spencer Sweeney, also creative, have combined their energies to create a nightclub/show place unlike any other.
George Saunders is that rare sort of writer who may have gone ahead and invented a new genre.
Bill Cross is a Civil War reenactor with a wide range of battles, ranks, and personae under his belt and the current treasurer of the Rowdy Pards "progressive, campaign living history society."
Tepito is one of the poorest and most dangerous areas of Mexico City. It's been a black market since time immemorial.
This guy who dresses up as Rambo used to work in Mexico City's Chapultepec Park, posing with tourists for photos.
There's a city in Veracruz, Mexico, called Catemaco, wherein there dwell a multitude of warlocks.
Mexico City's busiest park is host to all sorts of street performers, vendors, buskers, and hustlers.
I've been an investigator of paranormal and alien phenomena in Mexico since 1974, when I founded one of the first ufology groups in Monterrey.