Drug smokin', Lower East Side squattin', dumpster divin' crust-metal pop-punk crew Leftover Crack is a band that's mastered the art of branding. For 14 years, these dudes have made themselves synonymous with unwashed, disgruntled vagabond youth culture, playing left-field ska-punk laced with death ... More >>
Mitt Romney has a square jaw and looks good on camera, but he has the real-life charisma of a bucket of hammers. It's like he chopped up and snorted a pile of Al Gore before his speech at Freedom Tower yesterday. Still, his uncanny resemblance to Sesame Street hero Guy Smiley may carry him throug ... More >>
The World Trade Center in the sunlight.As I walked into Dunkin' Donuts yesterday to grab a coffee in Miami, I noticed pumpkin doughnuts for sale. Suddenly a little frisson ran down my spine. I was transported back to a sunny morning almost a decade ago in New York. Around 9 a.m. on that fateful S ... More >>
via Flickr fooosco"We got your milk and cookies right here!"Terrorists know how to hit us where it hurts.Al-Qaeda bombed the World Trade Center, two shiny, towering examples of American capitalism. WTC was chosen partially because it was in New York, America's capital, and second because it repre ... More >>
In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, both the Miami Tower and Freedom Tower have been lit pink. Both photos come from AnthonyPhotoshop's Flickr. If you'd like to see your photo here join our Flickr group.
via SIIt's apparently OK to use 9/11 metaphors only if you're a war-hawk politician on the campaign trail. Dwyane Wade had to find out the hard way. The Miami Heat star has apologized after an off-the-cuff comment to the media this past weekend made it seem like he was compari ... More >>
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