For me, 7th period on Friday, November 22, 1963, was gym class, and while the president of the United States was dying and the world was turning upside down, I was playing volleyball. After we filed out of the locker room, the gym teacher delivered us the news. I would have much preferred Walter Cronkite over the man who had spent the last few months denigrating our manhood. But, either way, this was bad, bad news.
… if John Lennon, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin and several other iconic rock stars hadn’t died before their time. While we will never know what music they may have written, thanks to modern technology we can get a good sense of what they would’ve looked like.
The photo series, created by the PR firm Sachs Media Group, also features Kurt Cobain, Bob Marley and Keith Moon.
Sheryl Crow is on the show tonight performing a song off her new album “Feels Like Home!”
Forget menacing tackles that cause concussions or wipeouts on the slopes that break bones, in the real-world version of athletics known as “regular exercise,” nothing knocks you off your game as much as an overuse injury, which come about when you put your body through the same motion over and over. Shin splints, tendinitis, stress fracture, sore bum — whatever your ache, it not only sucks but it often knocks you back to square one. Not fun.
Korean illustrator and graphic artist Kim Dong-Kyu obviously enjoys playing with time. In his latest project “Art X Smart” he cheekily updates some of the most recognizable paintings in the world – from Van Gogh to Picasso – by sprinkling in modern day accoutrements from Apple, as well as the occasional neon city bike. What’s most interesting to us is that the absurd infusion of modern technology doesn’t seem to make any of the painting’s subjects any happier.