Up until his tragic passing at age 39 last December, Alex Soria was the impetus behind one of Montreal’s finest rock ‘n’ roll bands ever, the Nils. One of the first punk bands on the local scene, going all the way back to the ’70s, the Nils were responsible for creating some of the most criminally beautiful music to ever emerge from these parts.Read More Alex Soria
The Priest They Called Him Cobain greatly admired Burroughs, instigating their collaboration on The “Priest” They Called Him and visiting the Beat legend at his home in Lawrence, Kansas. And while Burroughs does not seem to have been especially impressed with the music of Nirvana, he was greatly saddened by Cobain’s suicide. Here is the […]Read More William Burroughs and Kurt Cobain: A Dossier
New-York City 1920’s If you enjoyed the Weegee exhibit at the International Center for Photography you’ll probably like gawking at these grisly (and we MEAN grisly: some are 100% NSFW) crime scene photos that we found in the city’s municipal archives. Most of the pictures in the archive have little backstory, and the captions have been reprinted verbatim. One constant […]Read More Spooky Crime Scene Shots
The Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam Elisa Lam was a 21-year-old Canadian student at the British Columbia University in Vancouver although she was not registered when she left her home in January 2013 for a trip to Southern California. Reported missing since the beginning of the month by her worried parents whom she talked to everyday, her naked […]Read More Unsolved Case File/The Cecil Hotel
The Rebel King of British Fashion. He was the son of an East End taxi driver who took over one of the grandest fashion houses of the world. McQueen reinvented the catwalk and created clothes who silenced his audience. Brilliant, offensive, beautiful, outrageous. Always making a statement, constantly pushing everything to the edge, British Designer of the Year in 1996, […]Read More Alexander McQueen
The Death of Hunter S. Thompson ”Shortly after Thompson’s death, I read Hey Rube, a collection of his columns for ESPN.com. His most chilling column was the one he wrote just hours after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.” Last Words: A Testament to Hunter Thompson Washington Post Staff Writer By Henry Allen Friday, September 9, 2005 They found […]Read More Was Football Season Really Over ?