BY Katie Zanin in Boob Tube on Oct 28, 2010 |
“Funny or Die,” Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s infamous website has decided to take on the time-old task of convincing young people to vote. We’ve seen similar campaigns taken up in the past by the likes of P. Diddy (Vote or Die) and Sarah Silverman (The Great Schlep) but this brand new line of video installments will feature dozens of celebrities including Aziz Ansari, Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan, Ron Livingston, Kal Penn, Gillian Jacobs ... Read More
BY Katie Zanin in General on Oct 28, 2010 |
A few years back we wrote about how in 1974 Carol Buckley, then 20 years old, adopted Tarra, an elephant who quickly became her best friend. For 29 years, the duo worked as circus performers until Buckley’s realization that both she and her elephant were unhappy. She dreamt of a place where her elephant and others could live in peace without any prospects of commercial exploitation. In 1995 that dream became a reality.
Fast forward to 2010. The ... Read More
BY Larissa Dzegar in Feminizzle on Oct 27, 2010 |
Apparently rape "jokes" are the trend among men (can we call them that?) in higher academia lately. As if Yale's fraternity stunt wasn't enough for this month, Columbia's a cappella group, Kingsmen, came out with a flyer advertising their upcoming show that featured one of its members pursing his lips and, underneath the photo, the tag line: "Rape Me." The Columbia community responded with indignation and criticism, statements including, "The Kingsmen and their ... Read More
BY Larissa Dzegar in Style File on Oct 27, 2010 |
Calling all fashion devotees, Halloween addicts, and anyone who's a sucker for some stylin' combat: House of Diehl hosts their infamous Style Wars this Saturday! Come out to watch the live style battles that the L.A. Times called, "A touring fight-out for the fashion savvy." The show involves NYC's hottest young designers going head to head in 5-minute style wars and the winner gets a stay at the W hotel in New York. The judges are Phillip Bloch, Jules Kim ... Read More
BY Kelly McClure in Music Stuff on Oct 27, 2010 |
The last time Corin Tucker belted it out on a NYC stage was in August of 2006 when Sleater-Kinney played their final show here. Last night she rolled in, with babies and a new band in tow, and bitch slapped a crowd of adoring fans with her hair flips, just like the
good 'ol days.
Opening for the Corin Tucker band was Hungry Ghost, Portland's version of a party-rock band. Tucker's drummer, Sara Lund, moonlights as the drummer for Hungry Ghost as well, so by the ... Read More