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July 15, 2013 Couple that berserker style with the popular myth that he actually died back in 1991 (as covered in this excellent Deadspin article ), and you've got a recipe for cult infamy, a fact that the WWE are all too aware of...And if you were
As well as inspiring the wizard chess set in the film of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, these 12th-century wonders carved from walrus tusks and whale teeth are the most impressive Norse objects ever found in Britain. They were discovered on
We have a small situation in the world of professional athletics, and the small situation brings up larger questions of responsibility and duty. The most basic question is this: Do professional sports teams have an obligation to try to win games? Do
News in pictures On Facebook From the blogs If the Chancellor was serious about filling the gaping black hole in the country's finances he'd hav... Disability rights campaigners have been quick to point out that the majority of media coverage aroun.
Lewis chessmen face off in an endgame at the Cloisters, the branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art dedicated to the art of the Middle Ages. Their expressive faces, with bulging eyes, down-turned mouths, and gestures with their tiny hands prove a
The Lapsburgh Layover 's Trippy Theater The Berserker Residents land back in NYC Ah, the delights of Lapsburgh: its castles, its discotheques, its 16 varieties of sheep. You won't find it on most maps, so imagine this European principality as a
Archeologists working in Denmark near the town of Hedeby have discovered a gate in the fortified wall known as the Danevirke. When the area was held by the Vikings in the 8th century the Danevirke was believed to discourage raids from the south.
Milo Ventimiglia is best known for his starring role as Peter Petrelli in the NBC series Heroes . What many don't know about him, however, is that the actor harbors a much more sinister side to his creativity. Top Cow Productions launched a comic
If this week's releases were to be plotted on a graph, Coconut would come somewhere between the electro-industrial grooves of Black Light and the berserker impulse of Amsterdam Showdown, King Street Throwdown!. Which places it pretty close to The
Ono performed in the Bay Area — an early 1996 date at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. Combine that with the fact that her most recent CD, last year's "Between My Head and the Sky," has generated some of the best reviews of Ono's 40-