From the food to the atmosphere, Mr. Peeples is best described as sweet and mushy.
InterscopeI was in college when Get Rich or Die Tryin' dropped. You couldn't go anywhere without hearing "In da Club"-- house parties, techno clubs, AA meetings, everywhere. My friends used to sit around and debate 50's feud with Ja Rule. Anyone brave enough to take Ja's side was ridiculed to ... More >>
One tiny, lonely crab cake. I call him "Sebastian."Welcome back to the weekly roundup here at Eating Our Words, where we're still nursing bottle rocket burns and kebab skewer wounds from the 4th of July celebration on Monday. Did anyone else get really, really drunk and wind up donating half of y ... More >>
Alex "Pr!mo" Luster got himself a documentary from the street art life.
Johan Grimonprez's stunning work screens at the Blaffer Museum.
We are only less than three hours out from bringing you live-blogging coverage, right here, of this year's Academy Awards, and we are more than excited to take you through the night for every win, loss, awful dress, awesome dress, foible, and foul-up Hollywood throws our way.
I realize the actual Academy Awards aren't set to be broadcast until Sunday night, when millions of people will watch -- for the first hour, at least -- as co-hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway lob Nerfball zingers at their fellow actors, make passively tasteless jokes about speech impedime ... More >>
A doc about street art, sort of. Brought to you by Banksy, kind of.
One of the world's most famous - and camera-shy - graffiti artists makes his debut in front of and behind the camera
Why is Paul Villinski's "Emergency Response Studio" parked outside Rice Gallery?
We were listening to Morning Edition on NPR (FM 88.7) this morning when we heard an interview with Aminatta Forna, author of Ancestor Stones, a fictional chronicle of the lives of five Sierra Leonean women. The author read a passage that detailed a hungry crowd’s reaction when a box of lipstick ... More >>
Two shows at Deborah Colton Gallery explore ambiguity and the unknown