The performer and American ex-pat known as Yasiin Bey (f.k.a. Mos Def), shared a new song called “NO Colonial Fiction” a night after the coordinated attacks in Paris. Bey, who has …Read More
Last night on Last Week Tonight, John Oliver opened with a few words about the Paris attacks — most of them profane.
Reports of the devastating attacks in Paris that left over 100 people dead broke during the taping of Friday night’s Late Show. Host Stephen Colbert shared the news during a …Read More
Chilean Government Says It’s “Possible and Highly Probable” Pablo Neruda Was Murdered, Potentially by Pinochet Regime
According to his death certificate, Chilean poet and politician Pablo Neruda (born Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto) died of prostate cancer in 1973.
Steve Rannazzisi — the comedian most known for his role on FX’s The League, for his Buffalo Wild Wings ads, for elaborately lying about having escaped 9/11, and for subsequently losing the wings ads over said lie — appeared on Howard Stern yesterday to address the 9/11 controversy.
The British Government Is Acting Like a Nightmarish Radiohead Song… Through a Program Named After a Radiohead Song
It’s almost too perfect. In a twist that sounds like it could have come directly from the dystopia-tinged lyrics of Radiohead’s OK Computer, the Government Communications Headquarters — Britain’s NSA-equivalent — has been digitally spying on civilians internationally using a system named after… a track from OK Computer.
It’s been more than 20 years since David Bowie composed an original song for television — in 1993, he recorded the theme to the BBC’s Buddha of Suburbia, which hit …Read More
Despite having been accused by pop star Kesha (Rose Sebert) of allegedly having abused, drugged and raped her, producer Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwald) still has contractual control over Kesha’s career.