Last week, when a man named Dre met a girl and got what he thought was her number, he was met with a long-winded surprise. The person on the other end of his soon-to-be sexts was writer Joe Veix of Death and Taxes. Instead of breaking it to him quickly, Joe decided to write back and forth with Dre. As it turns out, Dre may not be much of a pickup artist, but quite the artist, nonetheless.
Millions of New Yorkers ride the subway every day, most of them not bothering to look one another in the eye as they shuffle by lost in thought.
A photo exhibit by Danny Lyon called 'Underground: 1966' that the MTA Arts & Design has installed at Atlantic Av-Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York zooms in on the Subway riders of 1966, zooming in on ephemeral moments in an ever-changing city. It will be on display for one year.
According to MTA.com Lyons has had a long career as a photographer and filmmaker who documented the civil rights movement of 1962 in the South and was in a motorcycle gang in Chicago.
The Ig Nobel Prize was created by the magazine Annals of Improbable Research back in 1993. It's a parody of the Nobel Prize and some of the things that people have done to win this award will make you crack up.