Now in their seventies, the Seattle garage rock icons have just put out their first record in nearly 50 years, and it rocks as hard as anything they wrote when they were still in their teens. Not bad for a retired insurance adjuster, retired commercial airline pilot, former proprietor of an asphalt paving business, laid-off Experience Music Project tour guide, and the guy who drummed for Lita Ford in the early ’80s.
Like a true pro, he orders his Double-Double Animal Style®.
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On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, Mississippi is enacting a law that could sanction anti-LGBT discrimination. Can the state’s most prominent chef and cultural ambassador help keep his adoptive home from repeating its ugly past?
Jeff Zucker chips away at Fox News’ cable news dominance with CNN’s Sunday night formula.
“Our brother from another mother. A country, with whom, like it or not, we are inexorably, deeply involved, in a close but often uncomfortable embrace.”
The world’s best chefs and food writers recommend the greatest books you should cook through, start to finish.
While in Morocco, the Parts Unknown host watches two masked men mix up honey, chocolate, nuts, with a bunch of marijuana, and then pays a visit to a Tangier cafe that, “smells like my dorm room, circa 1972.”
“Does Spencer have a job besides hanging out with underage girls?
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