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Checkpoint 2011

Checkpoint 2011

We are now just halfway through the year 2011, and while we are constantly looking forward to the very cool things on the horizon, it's nice to take a moment and reflect on the great stuff that has already happened. Here is a mixtape featuring a dozen of our favorite songs from the first half of the year. Enjoy, as it's been a pretty sweet year so far!

 

Starscream – "Mira ...

Damn Good Coffee… And Hot!

Damn Good Coffee… And Hot!

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the final episode of Twin Peaks, the small-town murder mystery designed by cinema auteur David Lynch and screenwriter Mark Frost. Something of a phenomenon when it first aired, the short-lived series became both a cult smash and an entire tome added to the lexicon of popular culture, with parodies on Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons, Darkwing Duck, Sesame Street and Psych, among others. Any ...

Gallery: Blip Festival 2011

Gallery: Blip Festival 2011

Last weekend marked the fifth Blip Festival right here in New York City. For those unfamiliar, the Blip Festival is the largest international showcase for chip music – music that is composed with or inspired by videogame hardware, most commonly the Nintendo Game Boy, Nintendo Famicom, and Commodore 64. While the Blip Festival originated in New York, sprung out of the monthly Pulsewave concert series and co-organized by experimental music venue The ...

You’ll Pay for This, Captain Planet!

You’ll Pay for This, Captain Planet!

In honor of Earth Day, we wanted to celebrate that beloved enviro-educational cartoon we all mocked even when it was new, Captain Planet and the Planeteers. Six seasons, 113 episodes, lots of important lessons about preserving our ecology, many of which were ahead of their time... and yet, the show was just so cheeseball, straddling the line between reality and fantasy that made it hard to take anything seriously.

Here are ...

The 5 Best Cartoons You’re Probably Not Watching

The 5 Best Cartoons You’re Probably Not Watching

It wasn't too long ago that, in order to find the best cartoons on television, one needed to wake up early on Saturday mornings and be prepared for a marathon of excitement. Sadly, this is no longer the case, as Saturday morning seems more and more to be where children's programming goes to die (ABC has been showing reruns of the same tired Hannah Montanas since 2008, CBS has toddler-toons like ...

Back Issues: The Curious Case of Monet St. Croix

Back Issues: The Curious Case of Monet St. Croix

It's hard to deny the appeal of the X-Men. As mutants, the X-Men are an allegory for every minority, every special interest group, every person who has ever been bullied simply for being different, and everyone who has ever stood up for those people. The popularity of the X-Men brand has exploded over time, with countless pieces of mainstream ephemera throughout the 1990s and a constantly growing slate of big ...

Identity Crisis: London 2012

Identity Crisis: London 2012

Long before telephone lines and the internet tethered the entire planet's population 24/7, the global community met as ambassadors every four years in friendly competition. The Olympic Games are the original international arena, showcasing the very best of what the world has to offer, both athletically and culturally. Neutral ground allowed us to compare cultures, extend friendships, and share experiences with our brothers and sisters from around the world.

As media ...

For Your Consideration: Cartoons!

For Your Consideration: Cartoons!

What’s my favorite part of the Oscars? Most people would think "Best Animated Feature," seeing as I'm an animator by trade and an all-around cartoon nut. They would be wrong people, however, for I've always preferred "Best Animated Short Film." Weird, right? Stick with me here...

Okay, so think of "Best Animated Feature" as a little league team. They all have their little uniforms, nice and clean for the ...

…And Eat It Too!

…And Eat It Too!

This week, American alternative rock band Cake released their long-awaited sixth studio album. To put that six year gap into perspective, here's a quick list of some of the things that happened between 2004's Pressure Chief and this year's Showroom of Compassion:

George W. Bush was elected President of the Unites States for a second time.
YouTube was founded.
Pope John Paul II died.
A cartoon of Muhammad was published ...

An Antiquated Art of Antiquities

An Antiquated Art of Antiquities

The United States Postal Service (yes, that's still a thing. It's how you get most of your bills, remember?) revealed their commemorative stamps for the 2011 calendar year. While these are mostly aimed at collectors, they are all still completely acceptable postage stamps (unlike the collectors coins advertised during cable game show reruns), and they often demonstrate a surprisingly deft understanding of American pop culture and history. 2011's offerings include obligatory ...

 
 
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