A collector and purveyor of retro toys and games, Bobby Agren will take your old toys off you for money, a haircut, or a barter. Narrated by Bobby himself, this six-minute video titled Retro Bobby and produced by Copenhagers, is a delightful capture of the essence behind Bobby’s Copenhagen-based trading station/salon. With the space dubbed Ruben & Bobby, the video takes you inside, panning the shelves aligned with vivid toys of old. Sega, Nintendo, Street Sharks and Micro Machines are but a few nostalgic featured items that will make you want to rummage through your own old toy chest. Enjoy.
In the second quarter of today’s Thunder-Lakers game, the moment I’d been waiting all season for arrived. Metta World Peace, the artist formerly known as Ron Artest, gave OKC’s James Harden an elbow to the head that will surely rank among his greatest hits once his bizarre career ends.
This is pure, vintage Ron Artest material. The has a nice drive to the basket in transition to ignite the crowd and bring the Lakers within one, and then, straight out of WWE, the mid-celebration People’s Elbow to Harden’s dome. No amount of Rick Ross-esque beard was going to soften that blow. he ‘bow earned Metta a Flagrant two, meaning an automatic ejection from the game. Magic Johnson suggested during halftime that a two game suspension would be fair, but I’m advocating a crackdown on World Peace by David Stern.
Only one of these cars exists on the planet, but as one of the company's most impressive creations, the Aventador J still needed a proper promo video. Built in just six weeks, the J, also known at the Unica, was specially built at the request of some really rich dude.
"The new Lamborghini Aventador J is the most radical open supersports car of Lamborghini’s history," said President and CEO of Lamborghini Stephan Winkelman. "Its name comes from our tradition and combines an unconventional design with technology innovation. Nowadays we are confronted with several regulations that we face in the spirit of challenge. The Aventador J is the proof that, despite the rules, Lamborghini will always make people dream, even in the future.“ Enjoy.
Many rappers claim to get money, but only a hand full of rappers (literally) are actually making racks on racks on racks. A new year has begun and a new Forbes list has been calculated and it's all about wealth. Editor Zack O'Malley Greenburg breaks down the list of hip-hop's top five wealthiest moguls. Enjoy.
Photographer Kaloopy, who’s hooked us up in the past with hot stuff of Jessica Burciaga and Shay Maria, has a chick we’re not familiar with but are glad to meet. Her name is Christina Ria, sometimes known as Ria Christina. She’s very bouncy, which we have a feeling you will like. We have here two videos and photos, sessions called Neon Bright Tokyo Lights and Electric Line Racing Time. Enjoy.
With clever wordplay and great production from some of the hottest producers, indie artist SOC releases the visuals for his latest single The One featuring songstress Sophie P. The Indianapolis native has relocated to Liverpool and showcases many of the cities historic landmarks and legendary Sandhills Studios in the clip. Soc's newly released album The Narrow Road is available on iTunes now, purchase your copy today. Enjoy.
Cheaney is one of the few shoe makers still hand crafting their shoes completely from start to finish in Northamptonshire, England. This video, introduced by joint owner William Church, shows some of the 200 operations performed by Cheaney's 120 skilled staff to make a single pair of shoes. The whole process takes about 6 weeks and is largely unchanged from the traditional beginnings of the company back in 1886. Enjoy.
Wale is becoming the go to guy for the "playboy" verses. He’s rapping alongside up and coming singer Sabi in her brand new banger, Where They Do That At?. The video for the track was shot in the streets of Los Angeles, where the 23-year-old Warner Brother signee, strikes some poses and dances around to her tune about a guy she had a thing with until he up and disappeared. Enjoy.
The Clevelander at Marlins Park, on the field level of the new baseball stadium in Little Havana, opened early this month boasting a pool, DJs, dancers, tropical drinks and menu. There’s capacity for 296 people during games, with room to spread out afterward. Admission is free once the game is over. Take a look at all the action that took place opening day courtesy of UrbanPartyLife and visit their website for more details and photos. Enjoy.
A Closer Look at the McLaren 650S Anna Morgan
Aug 9, 2014 1:43 pm
Unveiled earlier this year at the Geneva Auto Show before being tuned for the racetrack, McLaren’s 650S is the latest addition to the British supercar manufacturer’s stable. CarsRidesRead More
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Yoshi Gonzalez
Aug 9, 2014 1:44 pm
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles shell-shocked its way to a terrific $65 million opening weekend. Brief digression: For a summer box office that’s allegedly in some kind of slump, this is the fourth week of terrific debuts for the would-be new release. MoviesReviewsRead More
Beyoncé “Pretty Hurts”
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The video follows Beyoncé who’s a fraught contestant at a beauty pageant, and traces the ensuing highs and lows.