Found this awesome video of Patti Smith on an episode of the late-70's/early-80's TV show "Kids are People Too," via Lesley's blog who found it on Kathleen's blog. I love how Patti explains punk rock by saying that "Rock 'n roll's gettin' back in the hands of the people, it belongs to the kids again, not the big business guys" and the host just kind of mumbles in response, "We can go for that, I think..." Also, what kind of a kid wants to be a missionary when they ... Read More
 The first annual Shop & Bop Vintage Selection will take place on Saturday, May 8th at the loft space and outdoor roof deck at 90 Ludlow St, a space provided by Spencer Sweeney of Santos Party House. The all day event will feature items from some of New York's finest vintage retailers including Sweet Virginia Vintage, In Your Closet NYC, Sammy Davis Vintage, and more. Haircuts by Nadja will be available and there will be DJs and drink specials all day ... Read More
Monday, for the first time in NYC, federal prosecutors utilized the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act to convict two men with blocking the entrance of a Planned Parenthood in Manhattan. Both men will be sentenced June 10th. They will face a maximum of six months and a maximum $10,000 fine. In light of the circus in Oklahoma, it's nice to know that some government folks are working to make access to abortions easier.   [New York Times] Image via ... Read More
In cities across the world speed dating is a popular way to date people- speedily. The general idea behind it is to get to know a number of people on the surface in one place in a set amount of time that is organized thru answering/sharing questions that are telling of your basic personality/likes and dislikes. And probs the best indicator- see how your physical chemistry gels. For example- A quick eavesdrop on an already in progress-'Speed Dating Night at ... Read More
Oklahoma is well on its way to becoming the most restrictive state for women seeking abortions. The two most recent bills are bad enough–one forces a woman to have an ultrasound and then listen to a detailed description of the fetus' limbs and organs, while the other prevents a woman for suing a doctor who fails to mention if the fetus is disabled. I don't even get how these two bills can actually work together, but apparently that doesn't matter in ... Read More
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