If Ron Paul Is Nirvana, Who Is Everyone Else?

Andy Cush · 08/07/14 11:45AM

"Has the 'Libertarian Moment' Finally Arrived?" the New York Times Magazine wonders today. More importantly: If Ron Paul is Nirvana, does that make Gary Johnson Soundgarden?

John Cook · 09/10/13 02:59PM

It's been 20 years since Nirvana's In Utero came out. If you want to feel old and young again at the same time, you can listen to Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic reflect on it—and hear Steve Albini's remixes—in this NPR interview.

John Cook · 07/02/13 11:54AM

The guitar player from Chavez profiles his friend Jason Everman, who went from playing guitar in Nirvana to playing bass in Soundgarden to killing people in the Army Special Forces, in the New York Times Magazine.

Neanderthal Recreates Nirvana's Nevermind

Jordan Sargent · 02/05/13 07:03PM

Believe it or not, five-time Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte is still a thing. The swimmer, who took America by storm last year after winning five overall medals in the London Olympics despite barely being able to form complete sentences, is still hanging around the edges of pop culture before Dancing With the Stars or whatever inevitably comes calling. What does this month bring? Well, a magazine cover, of course.

Paul McCartney Fronting Nirvana Is the Second-Worst Thing to Ever Happen to Nirvana Fans

Kate Bennert · 12/12/12 06:00PM

Not since 1994—the year Kurt Cobain committed suicide—have Nirvana fans experienced the amount of tragedy that Paul McCartney is about to cause by appearing on stage tonight with "Dave Grohl and Friends," AKA the remaining members of Nirvana. The news broke this morning when The Sun reported that McCartney was not only too British to know who Nirvana was, but also too old to remember who he was sharing the stage with:

Whiny Conspiracy Theorist Gets Yelled at by Rock Star

Lauri Apple · 10/26/11 04:04AM

Here we see a man named Richard Lee (not Rick, but Richard) raising a ruckus at a recent Seattle University event starring financial analyst/sports writer/columnist/former Guns n' Roses bass player/current Velvet Revolver+Loaded member/memoirist Duff McKagan. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer tells us that Lee is a local personality of sorts who espouses the theory that Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain did not commit suicide but was murdered by, like, everyone he knew. One of his pastimes is to ambush Courtney Love, Crisco Twister master/Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic, and other famous people who were close to Cobain and inspire them to seek restraining orders against him.

Facebook Welcomes Your Baby Penis Pictures

Adrian Chen · 07/28/11 01:05PM

Facebook's absurdly prude content standards sparked another twisted saga this week when the company censored, then promptly un-censored, the iconic cover of Nirvana's Nevermind. Facebook welcomes all your (non-sexual) baby penises!