Wednesday, April 23, 2014
I'm a huge fan of Louis C.K. -- his FX show is pretty much brilliant -- so it's interesting reading about his struggle to get where he is. He might be a good candidate for a memoir. "I've never been suicidal," C.K. told the magazine. "But I've wanted to be." Read HERE.
Camilla Parker Bowles' brother dies in New York hospital after smashing head
Mark Shand, 62, younger brother of the Duchess of Cornwall and brother-in-law to Prince Charles, reportedly had stepped outside of a charity event at Sotheby’s to have a cigarette, then slipped while lighting it and hit his head on the pavement.
Tragic. Read HERE.
Posted by Kenneth M. Walsh at 2:39 PM
HEADMASTER, the biannual art magazine for man-lovers, is back with No. 6, featuring nine projects by artists from Providence, New York, Los Angeles, Rotterdam, Vienna and Berlin. Novelist (and Amtrak residency inventor) Alexander Chee wrote a story inspired by the porn soundtrack work of Patrick Cowley, New York photographer/DJ Anthony DiCapua visited Brighton Beach with a bottle of Russian vodka, and Brooklyn-based artist Stephen Scott Smith repurposed text messages from a breakup for his project.
Choire Sicha of The Awl calls HEADMASTER "delighfully raunchy" and Fleshbot describes the magazine as "Viagra for the thinking man's libido." HEADMASTER No. 6 is currently available at thirty retailers worldwide, including McNally Jackson, St. Mark's Bookshop and the New Museum.
Get yours HERE.
"Sock Job" is a screwball comedy about masturbation starring Matthew Camp and directed by Mark Allen:
On a dark and stormy night in a secluded cabin in the woods, a young man faces challenges while trying to relieve his boredom ...
More info HERE.
Heard this in a bar the other night and was reminded just how flawless "No Angel" is, where the album tracks are just as good as the singles.