Movies + TV

An Interview With Will Forte, Phil Lord, and Chris Miller, Creators of This Season's Weirdest Show, The Last Man on Earth

What would you do if you were the last man on Earth? see more

This Hysterical Selfie Stick Parody Won April Fool's Day

A few years ago the idea of a selfie stick would have sounded downright ludicrous. Now, it's not only a reality, it's a popular device. So to watch Motorola's spot on April Fool'sMoto Selfie Stick parody is to look deep into the cultural mirror and whisper What the fuck? at oneself. You may not like what you hear back as a reply. That's because this video of two lumbersexual craftsmen congratulating themselves on the skilled work that goes into their instruments of vanity is not only hysterical in its narcissistic self-seriousness, it's also painfully real. Check out the video, see more

Pour One Out for Gary Dahl, Departed Inventor of the Pet Rock

Gary Dahl, the man who gave the world the concept of a Pet Rock, died last week after losing a battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He was 78. see more

Facebook's New Frank Gehry-Designed Campus Will Blow Your Mind

Most office perks end at the free Flavia coffee on hand for afternoons when you're feeling a bit exhausted. Not so for the lucky souls who work at the humble tech startup Facebook. According to founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg (via Forbes) the staff moved into their new digs yesterday and it sounds downright mind-blowing. The stats alone on the building are staggering: 430,000 square feet spread out over 22 acres of land, a 9-acre park-like roof that includes huts suitable for working, LEED certification, underground parking, 15 artist installations as decor, and a futuristic name (MPK20)—all designed by legendary see more

Yelpers Are Hilariously Trolling a Pizzeria for Supporting Indiana's Discrimination Law

Not even small-town restaurants are safe from the wrath of the Internet. The Yelp page of a pizza parlor in Walkerton, Indiana, has been inundated with some pretty lurid reviews after its owners said they had no problem using the much-maligned Religious Freedom Act to get out of catering gay weddings. see more
Food + Drinks

You Can Now Order Kale Smoothies at Starbucks Because of Course

You want to know when something has officially hit the mainstream? When Starbucks begins offering it (ahem, we're looking at you, Greek yogurt). And yesterday, the company announced the introduction of Evolution Fresh™ Smoothies that come in three flavors: Sweet Greens, Strawberry, and Mango Carrot. The kicker? Kale can be added to these healthy milkshakes on request. So yes, you can now officially get kale from your local Starbucks, which, to be honest, isn't that surprising. We're shocked that it's taken this long for the mega-chain to fully embrace the veggie. Kale has been trending hard for a long time—so see more

Q&A: Scott Weiland and His Wildabout Ways

Grunge icon Scott Weiland isn't just back—he's been reborn as a neo-glam gentleman. The multi-platinum rock god, who has sold more than 44 million records worldwide between Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver, has returned with a both a new band as well as a new album, Blaster—his first as Scott Weiland and The Wildabouts. Tragically, however, Weiland's friend, musical collaborator and lead guitarist, Jeremy Brown, passed away on Monday, which happened to be the eve of the album's March 31 release date. He was 34 years old. see more

Folk Icon Joni Mitchell "in Good Spirits" After Being Hospitalized

Folk legend Joni Mitchell is in intensive care at a Los Angeles hospital after she was found unconscious at her home, according to her Twitter account. She is reportedly "awake and in good spirits" says a note on her website, which promises to bring updates as they come. It goes without saying that Mitchell is an iconic, era-defining singer-songwriter whose versatile voice and work across musical genres is legendary. The eight-time Grammy winner is most famous for songs like "Big Yellow Taxi," "Blue," "A Case of You," and "Both Sides Now". At 71 years old, she most recently modeled for see more

Watch Ethan Hawke and Jimmy Fallon Sing Lullabies As Bob Dylan

Now that Bob Dylan has expanded his repertoire to Christmas albums and Sinatra covers, it's not hard to imagine him putting his signature spin on lullabies—or at least that's what Ethan Hawke seems to think. As he explained last night to fellow dad Jimmy Fallon (who apparently is having a tough time getting his two young daughters to go to sleep), impersonating Bob Dylan while singing lullabies is "proven" to send kids off to dreamland—and of course, he brought along his guitar to demonstrate. So who does the better Dylan impression? Hawke's snarling, raspy vocals brought to mind a see more

Karl Lagerfeld's Cat Made $3.2 Million Last Year

Get ready to be really depressed: In an interview with The Cut, designer Karl Lagerfeld revealed his cat—cat—made $3.23 million last year. Yeah, let that one sink in for a minute. So there you are, with your fancy degree (that you paid for and may even still be paying for), and your carefully plotted career trajectory that may, fingers-crossed, turn you into a homeowner before you're a septuagenarian. Good for you. Because according to Lagerfeld, other than being fed, sleeping all day, and shitting, during 2014 his cat Choupette starred in a German car commercial and an advertisement for Japanese see more
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