At last, heroes that fight for the rest of us. 3 minute ReadBatman isn’t the hero we deserve.I mean, think about it.
On July 4, 1986, Run-D.M.C. released a single from its Raising Hell LP that would have a seismic effect on the music world: a remake of the 1975 hit “Walk This Way.
An international word. Just a word, and the word a movement. Very easy to understand. Quite terribly simple. To make of it an artistic tendency must mean that one is anticipating complications.
Dangerous Minds posted Jordan Peele’s amazing word-for-word, gesture-for-gesture re-enactment of James Brown’s infamous drug-and-or-boozed enhanced CNN interview from 1987.
Nothing lasts forever. Take me: I used to be a medium-funny guy. You could count on me to bring a reliable number of chuckles to social occasions. I wasn’t hilarious, but I made sure to get a few solid laughs at parties, galas, potlucks, and ad hoc social gatherings.
The Brazilian writer João do Rio wrote that the urban street is “born as a man is, from the hiccup, from the spasm. There is human sweat in the mortar of its pavement.
New Yorkers have said plenty of negative things about the super-expensive supertalls going up in Manhattan. They tower over their neighbors. They cast shadows over Central Park. But no one has yet equated them with anorexic women—until the May 2014 issue of Vanity Fair.
In an information economy, originality and creativity are all-important skills. They’re also some of the most misunderstood ideas. Speaking at TED, author Kirby Ferguson argues that creativity comes from copying, transforming, and combining other works.