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Rockabilly style: it's not just for the Arctic Monkeys anymore! Jennifer Greenburg's photographs prove that '50s fashion is alive and well. [via The Daily Mail]

St. Vincent shows off her mind-boggling soccer skills and tells us how to "befuddle the defender." [via Rookie]

Snoop Dogg's Australian hotel room was so smoky (you can guess why) that the fire alarm was set off and a bunch of hunky firefighters had to be called to the scene. [via DListed]


Todd Goldstein, of the Brooklyn band ARMS, made a video about meeting the guy who did the voices for Mortal Kombat. In a techno club. [via YouTube]

The singer of Slipknot -- who's also a bestselling author (who knew?) -- reviews the new Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra album. [via The Talkhouse]

Screen Shot 2014-01-27 at 1.15.58 PM.png50 Cent and Meryl Streep (and Kobe) hanging out at a Knicks game. That is all. [via Gawker]

TIPS:

Screen Shot 2014-01-27 at 1.32.05 PM.pngEndless Boogie, the de facto house band of Max Fish (see our oral history of the legendary LES bar HERE) cross the river for a Union Pool show this Wednesday. [via The New Yorker]

J. Crew head honcho Mickey Drexler will be talking fashion and mass-marketing at the New School tonight with Parsons professor, architecture critic and Vanity Fair contributing editor, Paul Goldberger. [via Flavorpill]

Have you been to Art Spiegelman's show at the Jewish Museum yet? Fans of Maus and the man's button-pushing New Yorker covers should make haste. [via Jewish Museum]

The New York Historical Society is mounting an exhibition of Bill Cunningham's vintage fashion photos shot between 1968-1976 in which he dressed models up in historical costumes and had them pose in front of New York buildings from corresponding architectural periods. [via Flavorwire]

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