I Watched the 2003 Rudy Giuliani Movie So You Don’t Have To
James Woods played the former NYC mayor and current Trump lackey in a USA Network movie that was somehow nominated for multiple Emmys.
What Happened to All Those 'Vote for Pedro' Shirts?
Just in time for the election, we tracked down owners of the 'Napoleon Dynamite' relic and asked them: Why? And then it got deep.
'Kid A' Will Be Relevant as Long as the World Is a Terrifying Mess
A deeply cynical love letter to the 20-year-old Radiohead album that taught us how to disappear completely.
Bury Me in a dELiA*s Catalog From 1997
We spoke to collectors and a former model for the brand about why those tomboyish teen fashion catalogs have such an enduring legacy.
How a Group of Punks Scammed ‘Jerry Springer’ and Became DIY Legends
Ahead of a plethora of new releases, San Diego noise lord Justin Pearson revisits the bizarre TV hoax that put The Locust on the map.
Happy Anniversary to Lenny Kravitz's Dick Flopping Out of His Pants (NSFW)
It's been five years since Kravitz gifted a Swedish crowd—and the internet—with his penis bursting from his leather pants.
The Crushing Despair of Notorious B.I.G's 'Ready to Die'
Twenty-five years after its release, the album's greatest legacy is Biggie's intuition about his future.
How Diana Ross, a Pasty, and a Public Boob Pat Enshrined Lil' Kim as a Legend
Twenty years ago today and long before Instagram, Diana Ross did the original double-tap on Lil' Kim's left breast.
The Story of the Very First Thing Securely Sold on the Internet
25 years ago, a college kid named Dan Kohn had the novel idea to let people buy things online. The first thing he ever sold was a Sting solo album.
Remembering the Time Slipknot Threatened to Sue Burger King Over Chicken Fries
The masked band's new album 'We Are Not Your Kind' makes this a perfect time to revisit their bizarre legal feud with a fast food chain.
David Berman Knew Exactly How to Find Beauty in Sadness
Across a long career of music, poetry, and visual art, the Silver Jews songwriter married despair and absurdity. Few artists better reflected how complicated it is to be alive.
An Ode to ‘On the Beach,’ Neil Young’s Most Beautiful (and Most Depressing) Album
Forty-five years after its release, Young's melancholic search for meaning in a chaotic world feels more relatable than ever.