Our favorite under-the-radar restaurant Bahía was featured on the Food Network last night and we were delighted to see them finally get some props. If you haven’t tasted their pupusas yet, run out now and try them. (Pupusa are yummy corn pancakes filled with cheese, pork, etc). Never had Salvadoran food? Do yourself a favor […]
Yahoo! A corporation makes the correct decision for a change. The article below strangely fails to mention Sinclair’s Nightline boycott (remember… Sinclair stupidly claimed that reading the list of fallen in Iraq would be partisan and endanger the troops). Run out to Staples and buy some office supplies now! From the Washington Post: Staples Pulls […]
It’s not as tinkly and precious as his previous releases, but the new record by Canadian kid Jason Amm (a.k.a. SOLVENT) “Apples & Synthesizers” on Ghostly Intl is like listening to a long lost Yaz record. while it’s slightly irksome that Amm would take a retro approach, he gets the old Mute records techno-pop sound […]
This is the most frightening thing I have ever seen. Ever. (I want one.) Visit Swapatorium to view the whole terrifying collection. Thanks to Gawker for the great find.
In case you missed Meet the Press this morning, Colin Powell was noticeably caught off-guard when questioned about the government’s plan to put into place “long-range plans for indefinitely imprisoning suspected terrorists whom they do not want to set free or turn over to courts in the United States.” Here’s the transcript: MR. RUSSERT: There’s […]