Celebrity and Cigarettes

"Stardom can be a gilded slavery. " -Helen Hayes. Calling all fans of Hollywood Yesteryear! What have we got here for you, today?! Talk about bang for your buck! Deep inside every pack of Turf Cigarettes were a pair of these collector trading cards featuring all the studios' biggest and brightest stars of the day! …

{SHARE THIS} The Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise!

This made us laugh . . .HARD. Although nothing about telekinetic attacks is funny in any sense (someone could get hurt), we couldn't help but laugh at the pure horror these pranksters conjured to spook the living daylights out of innocent coffee-goers in honor of the upcoming redesign of the Stephen King classic "Carrie", starring …

Music Minute: Lana Del Rey Covers “Blue Velvet”

Check out the wicked video for Lana Del Rey's cover of "Blue Velvet" directed by creative savant Johan Renck ( the Swedish director who we featured several months ago for his work with Perrier). Her cover, and beautiful time traveling self, can be seen and heard in the latest commercials for H&M which feature a …

E.O.F. Approved: The Devil Made Me Brew It…

From our home town comes this fiendishly wicked special brew concocted by the devil himself, with a little help from the Great Lakes Brewery in Toronto. We have to admit the bold 666 really caught our eye (surprise, surprise)... "Devil's Pale Ale" is definitely more than just a handsome face. Hoppy and hearty, this bold …

A “Trip To Bountiful” or “The Night Roger Sterling Would Take Acid With Angela’s Mom From ‘My So-Called Life'”

Talk about "Far Away Places", one of the latest episodes of AMC's premier show "Mad Men" actually featured two of the show's main characters hanging out with Angela's Mom from "My So-Called Life" and embarking on an LSD vacation (to help the marriage, of course)! We've seen them drink, dope, and dose before on the …

Vintage Close Up – Mad Men at the HoJo

(Photo Courtesy of AMC) If you've ever had the pleasure of staying at a Howard Johnson, you undoubtedly recognize that sense of comfort you automatically feel when you hear the ring of that iconic name. Created in 1925 by Howard Johnson himself, a $2,000 loan would help open a small drugstore/soda shop. The quick thinking …