In honor of birthday honoree Ringo Starr (the Beatles’ drummer turns 74 today), we turn our attention to an anomalous animated artifact–this 3D cartoon clip of “Yellow Submarine,” the whimsical tune on which Ringo took a rare lead vocal turn (although contrary to common belief, … Continue reading
This is advertising done right. I feel good when I watch it; the message is authentic and positive. The only way I would feel like I’m missing something is if I didn’t have a great relationship with my dad or my husband. I’m lucky … Continue reading
Zen has been wielding guitars ever since he first became obsessed with my brother-in-law’s acoustic during his first Christmas. He was earlier influenced by an awesome music teacher who rocks with Rolie Polie Guacomole. This is where Zen learned his favorite … Continue reading
The New York Times published an interesting article about handwriting, how it’s not really a part of the education curriculum anymore and exploring evidence that suggests this development might not be a good thing. I’m not surprised that handwriting has been … Continue reading
Look Daddy: It’s a Flip Video, a Vine and a Roller coaster all in one! It also recreates the bumpy ill feeling of being on one.
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If you’re not ready to romance Valentine’s away to season 2 of House of Cards, Netflix does offer more innocent charms: say, an endearing young Michael Cera in the after-school-specialness that is Ultimate G’s: Zac’s Flying Dream. Though the pre-teen actor only … Continue reading
Markus Linnenbrink THEYOUNGTHEFACELESSANDTHEINNOCENT/OHIO1971, 2012 c-print, epoxy resin, pigments on wood 3 x 7 feet
Donnie Darko aficionados will dig this Frank the Rabbit carved crayon. image via hqtran
Haunted comics. Hands down, the most frightful way you could celebrate Halloween would be to read an Al Columbia story.