Tonight, Paul McCartney will be the new lead singer for Nirvana, Eddie Vedder will be part of Pink Floyd
At tonight’s 12.12.12 Hurricane Sandy benefit concert in NYC, there will be lots of big names on hand to perform, including a couple combinations that could be very interesting to watch. Paul McCartney will be joining Krist Novaselic and Dave Grohl, essentially making McCartney the lead singer of a briefly re-formed Nirvana, and Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder will be teaming up with Roger Waters on some Dark Side of the Moon songs. Ow my head.
As time goes on, there’s never any shortage of new in-game pets in World of Warcraft. But the latest pets, a cute little cinder kitten, will be sold by Blizzard to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy. So not only do you get an awesome pet for your Orc or Panda, all the money goes towards a good cause.
The cinder kitten pet is currently not for sale, but will be in the coming weeks.
In a city of eight million, where weed isn’t legal, but the cops have much better things to do, when the power goes out and public transportation is shut down, you’re stuck in a dark apartment with nothing to do… why not get high? So it’s not surprising to hear that New York City weed dealers and delivery services have been doing pretty damn good business since the hurricane.
My good friend, and long-time tattoo artist, Xavier and his wife got hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. They evacuated as instructed and moved as much of their stuff as possible, but lost essentially everything. There’s a small campaign to help them get back on their feet and get a some basic supplies for them and their children. Anything helps, and if you’re ever in NYC I’m sure he’ll hook you up with some new ink or buy you a beer.
New Jersey environmental officials say 336,000 gallons of diesel fuel spilled after a storage tank was lifted and ruptured from the surge from superstorm Sandy.
In one of the more bizarre stories coming in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a woman discovered that in the roots of a tree that had been knocked over in New Haven, Connecticut, was a human skeleton.