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10 Bizarre Coloring Books for Adults

Psst! Got any crayons? You’ll want a box when you see how much fun adults can have with coloring books designed just for those of a certain age. And please try to stay within the lines. 1. The Lowrider Coloring Book The Lowrider Coloring Book contains illustrations of the most popular cars used in lowrider culture. Just [...]

Matching Drinks to What You’re Listening To

Drinkify is a new online tool that matches cocktails to what you happen to be currently listening to. Some of the selections seem a little random, but given that “The Iggy Pop” happens to be 12 oz of moonshine, it seems there is at least some kind of method to their choices. Link

A Collection Of Rock Star Appearances In Animation

(YouTube Link) This collection of rock star appearances in animation is fun to watch, and may turn you on to some sweet cartoons you’ve never heard of, like this clip from Rock & Rule featuring Lou Reed performing “My Name Is Mok”. Iggy Pop, Debbie Harry, Tom Petty, Marilyn Manson and Donnie Osmond all make guest appearances [...]

Scary Celebrity Extreme Close-Ups

No matter how much you love or hate these celebrities, you never want to see them this close up, believe me. Some of the images in this gallery will give you a good laugh, others are the stuff nightmares are made of (Iggy Pop). Check out the rest of the gallery at the link below. I [...]

Found: Stephen Davis’s 1975 Led Zeppelin Tour Notes

N.B.: Don’t miss your chance to win a copy of this awesome new book, after the interview below. Imagine touring with one of the biggest rock bands of all time—taking notes, scoring interviews with the band, getting never-before-seen photos, etc. Now imagine losing it all. That’s exactly what happened to rock author and journalist Stephen Davis back [...]

Seeing Faces in Physics Experiments

Scientists say that it’s just pareidolia – a fancy word meaning that humans tend to see images or faces in random things, but surely they’re wrong. Sure, you can shrug off religious sightings as overly active imaginations of fanatics, but what if these images come from the world of science. Just think about it, people. [...]