Things to do for May 23, 2013

The Weekender

Rag & Bone, Paz de la Huerta and Hot Sauce

Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon and the weekend.

Eat Some Ribs. Then Listen to This.
FIT LIST

Eat Some Ribs. Then Listen to This.

Radio. That’s still a thing... we think. Anyway, here’s a new radio-ish app that streams workout playlists. You just pick a genre (electronic, rap, rock, country), let the beat build and then burn off your Memorial Day cookout until it’s over. Or until you remember there’s leftovers.

A Photographic Ode to Paz de la Huerta
HUERTA OF GOLD

A Photographic Ode to Paz de la Huerta

Paz de la Huerta. You know her. Nucky Thompson’s old fling. Name is “Paz.” But somebody knows her better: namely, her friend who spent a winter photographing her looking artistically underdressed in her apartment. And now they’d like to share that with you. The photography, not the apartment.

Rag & Bone Doesn’t Have Sales. Unless...
SALE-ING

Rag & Bone Doesn’t Have Sales. Unless...

Here’s what you do. You go to Rag & Bone’s website. You check out their sale section. You find things you like—shirts, jackets, fedoras, whatever. You put them in your virtual shopping cart. You get up to 50% off. And then we stop telling you what to do.

The Hot Sauce Cookbook Has Arrived
HOT HOT HEAT

The Hot Sauce Cookbook Has Arrived

Tabasco. Sriracha. Cholula. All have two things in common: they’re delicious, and they’re not made by you. Hence, this hot-sauce-only cookbook, which provides everything you need to make a tasty habanero-ghost-pepper-mole sauce. Well, except the habaneros, ghost peppers and mole.

Some Lifesaving Skins for Your iPhone
STATION TO STATION

Some Lifesaving Skins for Your iPhone

Life rafts. Fire hoses. In terms of lifesaving inventions, those are pretty solid. Also: they make excellent iPhone skins. Like these, made from an old 1970s life raft, recycled fire hoses and military-issued camouflage canvas. Probably still keep it out of water, though.

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