Flor de Toloache recorded their latest album, Las Caras Lindas, in just a week. As mariachis whose spin on the traditional Mexican genre incorporates their diverse backgrounds and the overall landscape of New York City, they are constantly working—and as an all-woman band in a style historically dominated by men,…
Congress has long been clamoring for the Mueller report, and the Justice Department is expected to deliver the report later today. With a twist. Congress is getting the 400-page report on some now semi-ancient tech: CDs.
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HBO’s epic incest soap opera with the dragons and the ice zombies begins its swan song on Sunday. Many people have died, not enough people have fucked, and a handful of others are still alive, clinging to their leather garments with all their might, hoping to survive this dastardly game of thrones.
People have been complaining about iTunes for ages. The bloated and confusingly arcane piece of software has been updated and repurposed and jerry-rigged to handle new tasks for the past 18 years, and one developer says it won’t live to see its 19th birthday. It looks like Apple is finally about to kill iTunes and…
The stuffy office aesthetic of the 1981 Honda Accord—specifically its interior—is really working for me, now that I’ve had a chance to appreciate it. Take a look inside one of these; what was once mundane seems beautiful today.
A miracle, Marianne Williamson wrote in her first and best-known book, 1992’s A Return to Love, is “just a shift in perception.” It is a “parting of the mists” and a “shift from fear to love.” Oprah Winfrey, who helped launch the career of the 66-year-old spiritual leader, social activist, and now-candidate for the…
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Perhaps no one in American politics has been more exposed in the Trump era as a craven worm than Sen. Lindsey Graham.