Over a recent holiday weekend, one major news organization's headline read, "Do you remember 2010's top stories?" It was a pretty disingenuous question, we thought. So we strapped on our vodka and Coke helmet, gazed into the vast Martian landscape, and reminisced: No, there wasn't much about 2010 that rang a bell. Sure, there was the time Pamela Anderson accurately forecast the end of the world (something to do with an ecological disaster off the coast of Mexico). We also remember WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's busy August trip to Stockholm. And who could forget Haiti foolishly declining Wyclef Jean's presidential bid? But in all fairness, 2010 was no 3010, or 2089, or even 1793 for that matter... More >>>
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