There is a balance to accessorizing: You want to look like you’re not about to take shit from anyone, but you don’t want to over do it and end up more Prince than punk. For some, this balance is an inherent trait. If you’re not one of these people, meet Mitchell Binder. Binder started his accessories company, King Baby Studio—a line of hefty silver rings, pendants, buckles, and more—after working as an apprentice and casting his own silver pieces for friends out of a 500-square-foot studio. In the late ’90s, a group of Japanese collectors found his jewelry on eBay, flew to Southern California, and bought his whole stock for ...
Can you rattle off the lineup of the 1951 New York Yankees at a moment’s notice? If so, MLB 10: The Show is your game. The deepest baseball simulation in the majors returns with its signature game play, plus a few additions. The new Catcher Mode in The Show lets any wannabe Joe Mauer call games from behind the plate and gun down base runners foolish enough to test their arm strength, while the expanded All-Star Break festivities let you go against all-time greats like Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in the Home Run Derby. Later, string together your own SportsCenter highlight package of web gems and long balls to share online with the new Movie Maker tool. Now if we could just get someone to deliver a beer and a hot dog to our couch.
Sony’s PlayStation exclusive baseball game has 10-run ruled the competition for years now, but like the New York Yankees, that isn’t stopping the developers from upgrading its evil empire.
Kyle is a champion freestyle motocrosser, and his beautiful wife, Casey, recently launched her own makeup line. Together, they play in a band called Piranha Fever and raise two young children... Wipe your feet.
Modern Man: The kids are alright—50 years later a new dapper generation is suiting up in mod style.
MONI MARINO: "When I’m working on a photo-realistic tattoo I try to relay
emotions with my art. I put soul into every tattoo I do."
Q & A with Montel Williams He's a former Navy spy, a medicinal marijuana smoker, and a tattoo enthusiast. Meet the other side of the daytime television king. Take one look at the half-sleeves blanketing both of his upper arms and it's clear Montel Williams lives up to his talk show's slogan, "There's More to Montel." Who would have ever guessed that underneath those neatly pressed shirts, this fixture of daytime jibber jabber is hiding intricate ink murals by the likes of the legendary Zulu from Zulu Tattoo? The "moreness" of Williams extends way beyond his surprising love of tattooing. He's an avid snowboarder, a skilled poker player, and an ...
If My Dinosaur Life has a theme it’s about a breakup and whether Motion City Soundtrack singer Justin Pierre really wants to care about it. On opener “Worker Bee”—a blast of Blink-182 riffs (whose Mark Hoppus produced this album)—he sings, “It went from no good to fucked up to over.” Later, on “Her Words Destroyed My Planet,” he shrugs off the pain, telling an ex, “I finally shaved off my beard/Sold my Xbox to Jimmy down the street/I even stopped smoking weed” while wild synths and guitars back him up. The Weezer-ish “Motherfuckers” is a rocker in which Pierre lifts a middle finger to bullies and warns, “You need to leave me and my sensitive homeboys alone.” You’ve been warned.