Die Antwoord There's nothing like Die Antwoord anywhere before Die Antwoord or since Die Antwoord. I dare anyone to prove me wrong. The band's members, Ninja and Yolandi Visser, gained global popularity by way of a unique sound and a stunning look brilliantly captured in a series of borderline-distu ... More >>
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A lament for lost carnage - and coherence.
Who doesn't love a woman with an Uzi? Oh, right: the Palestinians.Steve Soderbergh, the director of Sex, Lies, and Videotape, Traffic, and The Limey has always had an experimental streak. This has come out particularly in recent years, with a remake of Solaris, something called The Girlfriend ... More >>
Larami SerranoAuthentic Snoopy signs a fan's shirt at his Everything Ain't Enuff mixtape release.This weekend, Boy A and Boy B participated in their first soccer game. It was brilliantly entertaining. At one point, Boy B turned to a player on his own team, began talking shit ("I'm too fast, ... More >>
The peanut occupies a strange and remarkable place in our national consciousness. It's not a true nut (it's a legume, like lentils and peas), but might as well be for purposes of food allergies and supermarket inventory. It's not American, but might as well be for purposes of popular culture, ... More >>
Sly and the family Stallone get nostalgic for their legacy of brutality in The Expendables.
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