The Criterion Collection has released a box set of the films of Robert Downey Sr., including the 1969 classic (and Louis C.K. favorite) Putney Swope. That price is a steal. Speaking of steals: the work of women artists from the post-war era is remarkably cheaper than that of their male counterparts. If we can call $10.7 million cheap, that is. Starting tonight, the New Yorker’s fiction department (@NYerFiction) will be tweeting Jennifer Egan’s new story, which apparently contains only 140-character-or-less […]
You may associate the Moog with either space age bachelor pad background tunes, taking too much cough medicine and seeing Tangerine Dream (a la Lester Bangs), or maybe you just really like Gershon Kingsley (you probably should). Whatever your preference, brunch today is brought to you by The Moog Cookbook, which you can find in it’s entirety over at Music For Maniacs.