3 items from 2011
Happy Weird Wednesday! This week, we've got an $11,500 bar bill by the dimwitted "Pawn Stars" sidekick Chumlee, marzipan babies, Coca-Cola trumpets and what Kim Kardashian really thinks about olives. Let's get started, shall we?
Austin "Chumlee" Russell celebrated his birthday at the Push nightclub in Tunica, Miss. with $11,000 worth of Cristal. [TMZ]
A just-opened exhibit at London's Victoria & Albert Museum called "Power of Making" blends science and crafts. Among its 200 objects are a baby made of marzipan, a crocheted life-sized bear, an artificial eye maker and a coat hanger gorilla that stands 3 meters tall. [TreeHugger]
Stefan Asafti inspires "brandversations" with his project that uses one company's logo to create a larger print of its competitor's logo. [Behance]
Tangelo fans, meet the next big hybrid fruit: the pluerry. »
Archbishop Don Magic Juan made it through surgery to remove a blood clot in his leg last week, but now faces a new emergency -- No More Meatloaf!! We caught up with Snoop Dogg 's spiritual advisor as he was leaving an L.A. hospital -- and the self proclaimed "Cholesterol King" said he's grateful for his health ... but adds, kicking his meatloaf and butter habit is going to be a bitch. Preach. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Netflix has revolutionized the home movie experience for fans of film with its instant streaming technology. Netflix Nuggets is my way of spreading the word about independent, classic and foreign films being made available by Netflix for instant streaming. Important Note: There may be some films that do not become available on the specified dates. This is merely a report of the most accurate release dates I can find, but is not directly confirmed by Netflix themselves.
American: The Bill Hicks Story (2010)
Streaming Available: 06/29/2011
Synopsis: Since his tragic death from cancer at age 32, comedian Bill Hicks’s legend and stature have only grown, and this unique documentary tells his story, blending live footage, interviews and animation to fill in the details of a life cut short. A comic’s comic and unflagging critic of hypocrisy and cultural emptiness, Hicks was one of a kind, a Lenny Bruce for the late 20th century, »
- Travis Keune
3 items from 2011
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