Did we mention that Natalie Portman gets *tastefully* naked? Grab the free short here. [Hat tip, the Vulture]
Archives for September 2007
On his dinner in Harlem with Al Sharpton: [via Gothamist] I couldn’t get over the fact that there was no difference between Sylvia’s restaurant and any other restaurant in New York City. I mean, it was exactly the same, even though it’s run by blacks, primarily black patronship. …There wasn’t one person in Sylvia’s who […]
Our pal Kevin, formerly of catch.com fame, has finally traded in his suit (finely tailored by TJ Maxx) for a fresh pair of Dora the Explorer PJs and returned to blogging. Be sure to add rumproast.com to your blogroll. After all, if it weren’t for Kevin, we’d have never heard of Let’s Eppelin: Rumproast also […]
Our friends at Cakehead have the story.
Consistently one of the best blogs on the intertube highway, WFMU wins our love again with an ode to September, in the form of 38 downloads of Kurt Weill’s “September Song.” September Song was written by Weill (with lyrics by Maxwell Anderson) for the 1938 musical Knickerbocker Holiday. Walter Huston (father of John, Granddad of […]
We’re just kinda speechless. Hopefully this isn’t what’s been causing her anxiety (if it’s even Meg at all).
From The Vulture Mocked mercilessly at Cannes over a year ago, re-cut, and finally picked up for distribution this year, Richard Kelly’s follow-up to Donnie Darko boasts one of the all-time great WTF casts in the history of cinema. Sarah Michelle Gellar, The Rock, and Sean William Scott claim pride of place in this totally […]
This disturbing footage shows a University of Florida student being tasered by cops at a John Kerry forum. Meanwhile, Kerry reminds us why America thinks he’s a pussy as he stands by and does nothing.
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Anybody been? From Gothamist [Thanks Jeff] The first bowling alley to open in Brooklyn in (we can’t even believe this) nearly 50 years is about to open up! The Gutter is new… but the feeling old. Brought to you by two of the same people who brought you Barcade, expect a similar vibe. There’s a […]