On this day in country music history, in an evening session in a studio on Nashville's storied Music Row, Johnny Horton recorded "The Battle of New Orleans." While his version became the best known over the years, peaking at Number One on both Billboard's Hot Country Singles and its Hot 100 lists ... More >>
Photos by Nikki MillerHank III and Assjack October 20, 2010 First Avenue Panties are passé. Now, we're passing prosthetic limbs.
Are you angry? Sooooooooo ANNNNNNGRY? Are you an angry white man, perhaps an angry white man who still sports that mohawk that made yer ma so angry way back in the day and a handful of cheap tattoos on your scrawny li'l arms and patches!!! so many patches!!! all over your denim jacket, the sle ... More >>
Todd Phillips's film doesn't have much to say about women
The scariest thought? These guys were all in the Israeli military.
Drive-By Truckers call out for the southern discomfort of home
The film junketeer's absurd travels have nothing on the screwy Road Trip