For a moment, it looks like the standup comedian is about to cry. From behind thick black glasses, he peers out -- pupils contracted by the glare -- at the roomful of strangers and says nothing. Then he turns away from the crowd and pulls a crumpled piece of paper from his pocket. The audience shift ... More >>
Victoria Jackson, the former SNL cast member who turned to Tea Party politics in a misguided attempt to revive her career, is no longer a resident of South Florida. The news comes from a blog post on her mind-melting website, couched unceremoniously between an anecdote about the DMV and an explanati ... More >>
The Travel ChannelTony Bourdain eats at In and Out Burger.It's hard to believe that this is the season finale for The Layover. It seems like only yesterday that we first laid eyes on this hot mess of a show that follows Anthony Bourdain to the more pedestrian parts of the globe. So far this year, ... More >>
via Luke RecordsWe don't advocate theft, but when our little buddy stole a II Live Crew tape from the Spec's by what's now Sunset Place sometime in the '90s it changed our life. Luke taught our eight year old self to cuss out politicians ("Fuck Martinez, Fuck Fuck Martinez"), and introduced us to ... More >>
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