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A Letter From Raoul Duke To Jann Wenner


So late last night I received a mysterious email from someone addressing themselves as “Raoul Duke.” I know Hunter Thompson is dead so I’m not sure who it could be, all I was told was that this being published was urgent. 1,320 more words

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Fear And Loathing in Eastern Canada: Tea With Troy Little Part One

Back in 1971, Hunter S. Thompson was hired by a sports magazine to report on the famous Mint 400, a wild 
off-road race through the desert outside Las Vegas. 2,415 more words


Hunter S. Thompson Tried to Get Paid in Cocaine at My Tequila Bar


As one of only two official tequila ambassadors for the Mexican government, 69-year-old Tomas Estes is credited with introducing Europe to agave spirits. 1,131 more words


Taking your work home with you.

There are many sentimental, well thought out and meaningful reasons why someone may choose to tattoo something on themselves permanently. Fudge Kitchen investigates whether long term exposure to sugar needs to be added to the list as our third company crew member gets a Fudge inspired ink. 721 more words


10 Cult Films That Found Fame as VHS Bootlegs

The 1986 documentary Heavy Metal Parking Lot turns 30 this year and has been restored for a June screening at Anthology Film Archives. The 17-minute short is exactly what it sounds like: heavy metal fans tailgate outside the Capital Centre in Maryland before a Judas Priest concert. 1,390 more words