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  • ‘My Dear Melancholy': The Weeknd’s New Album Drops Tonight

    ‘My Dear Melancholy': The Weeknd’s New Album Drops Tonight

    It’s been over a year sinceThe Weeknd has put out a new studio album, but now we have the name of his next record: My Dear Melancholy. And the final product is dropping tonight at midnight, if a recent post straight from The Weeknd’s Instragram account is to be believed. Earlier today, The Weeknd posted a shot of the […]

  • ‘The Glenlivet Code': An Online Game Involving a Mystery Whiskey

    ‘The Glenlivet Code': An Online Game Involving a Mystery Whiskey

    The Glenlivet is giving you a chance to see how sharp your palate is compared to other drinkers across the globe. It’s called The Glenlivet Code, and it’s probably the only online game on the internet that requires a specific bottle of single malt in order to play. The Glenlivet in question is called Code, and […]

  • Nintendo Game Boy Alarm Clock

    Nintendo Game Boy Alarm Clock

    Nostalgia is a funny thing. When you think about your childhood, it’s possible that you have just as many fond memories about the superficial or tactile aspects of things than you do of the things themselves (personal example: Most of my early memories about trips to Disney World are wrapped up in the trams, monorails, […]

  • Pepsi J-Cola: For “Heavy Users” of Soda in Japan

    Pepsi J-Cola: For “Heavy Users” of Soda in Japan

    Pepsi’s great, and with the possible exception of hardcore Coke partisans we all love it. But sometimes you require a deeper, purer cola fix, and in North America and other places that aren’t Japan, you’ve had to resort to bootleg black market colas in order to fill that need. In Japan, however, there’s Pepsi J-Cola.  Pepsi […]

  • “Pin-Ups: David Bowie Goes to the Movies” from TIFF

    “Pin-Ups: David Bowie Goes to the Movies” from TIFF

    The cool thing about being a David Bowie fan is that even if you’ve listened to all of his music (an impressive feat on its own), unless you’re an absolutely obsessive completist there are probably a few movies of his you haven’t seen yet. The Toronto International Film Festival, as part of its series of […]

  • Philharmonic Turntable Orchestra: An Orchestra of DJs (Video)

    Philharmonic Turntable Orchestra: An Orchestra of DJs (Video)

    70 years ago, a recording of Felix Mendelssohn’s Concerto in E minor became the first LP ever released. Now, Panasonic is paying tribute to that occasion with a new rendition of that orchestral work, this one performed by an unlikely group: The Philharmonic Turntable Orchestra. As Channel Panasonic on YouTube explains: “The world’s first ensemble performance using only […]

  • Lighter Cufflinks: Cufflinks That Are Also Lighters

    Lighter Cufflinks: Cufflinks That Are Also Lighters

    As a fairly devout slacker I don’t really know much about the worlds of elegant dinner parties and formal attire. But I imagine that all such events would be significantly improved by some innovative gadgetry, such as that which is found in Lighter Cufflinks from Uncrate Supply. I’m sure there are plenty of practical uses for Lighter […]

  • ‘Bruce Lee: The Walk of the Dragon’ — Bruce Lee Returns in Comic Book Form

    ‘Bruce Lee: The Walk of the Dragon’ — Bruce Lee Returns in Comic Book Form

    Back in 2016, comic book imprint Darby Pop released Bruce Lee: The Dragon Rises, a one-shot adventure starring a superheroic Bruce Lee. Now, that fictionalized Bruce is back for an upcoming new one-shot entitled Bruce Lee: The Walk of the Dragon, sporting a cover lifting his iconic undershirt-and-nunchaku combo from Fist of Fury. As the official plot synopsis […]