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The Flaming Lips stopped by the Orpheum Theater Friday night while on the Midwest leg of their current world tour and, yes, they brought a unicorn.
If there is one thing that San Francisco Bay Area’s Silicon Valley neighborhood is known for more so than any technological innovation or lawsuit, it is the coveted Old Navy hoodie. Regardless of one’s placement on the corporate ladder, this cotton-blend, machine-washable dream is a guaranteed first step to success—just ask Mark Zuckerberg.
Do you ever add something to your Netflix queue and completely forget about it? Or worse, know about your ever-growing line of potential silver screen masterpieces but are too lazy to start something new? You know, when the show’s trailer is staring you in the face, self-consciously wondering why you refuse to give it the time of day. Sure, Netflix tosses a little push notification here and there, but starting a new series requires a very specific mood. Are you ready to get attached to a whole new reality? What if the trailer is actually just the highlight reel? Do you even have time? Your commitment issues are showing.
A power outage at the Super Bowl. The death of Flappy Bird. Pharrell’s unnecessarily large hat. Michelle Obama’s bangs. The Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. Hamilton. North West, for goodness sake.
If you were lucky enough to have The Japanese House on your radar, hopefully you got a ticket to their show at Bottom Lounge in Chicago’s West Side last Saturday.
While some spent last Christmas Eve sipping hot cider and buying Santa a Best Buy giftcard, others found themselves enjoying the best gift of all—an early album drop from iconic rap duo Run The Jewels.
In a world where a nine-year-old’s birthday party cost rivals one year of tuition at an Ivy League institution, there is no such thing as micro-aggression.
Whether you were brave enough to take a night out before the Ironman, bold enough to wake up from your post-football nap or just a huge fan of South African accents, “Daily Show” host Trevor Noah was at the Orpheum Saturday night.