BY Eileen Milman in General on Jun 16, 2011 |
You guys! Father's day is THIS SUNDAY. Don't panic. Shh... Listen...
You're not the only one who is trying to figure out what gift to bestow upon your dearest darling father! When asked, my father usually gives me some vague response about cleaning my room, or finally moving out.... Sorry Dad, these things that you ask for... are unattainable...
We Milman's spend each Father's day riding the Cyclone (the iconic Coney Island rollercoaster), ... Read More
If you're anything like me, you understand how amazing animals are. My dog is like my child, I watch that video of the french bulldog that can't roll over on YouTube a little too much when I'm feeling blue, and I am always scouring the interweb for all things related to adorable animals. That being said, you can imagine my sheer delight when i discovered The Catorialist, yeah, that's right, a style blog about CATS. Mimicking the ultimate in serious ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in Feminizzle on Jun 16, 2011 |
Yesterday North Carolina became the third state in the last month to defund Planned Parenthood. In the early hours of the morning the state House voted 73-46 to override the governor’s veto with five Democrats helping to override the veto out of fear of a government shutdown. This news comes only weeks after Kansas and Indiana passed bills defunding Title X of the Public Health Service Act. Indiana has gone even further and is attempting to bar those ... Read More
BY Phoebe Magee in Boob Tube on Jun 16, 2011 |
Margaret Cho is very, very funny. She is not, however, all that funny on the phone. At least not with me, when she calls from Atlanta one weekday afternoon. She's thoughtful, and sort of calm, and very polite. So naturally I think, oh God, it's me. I'm killing Margaret Cho's sense of humor. But then I remember that part of what people love about Cho, aside from her funny faces and ... Read More
BY Kelly McClure in Music Stuff on Jun 15, 2011 |
Tasseomancy is a band based out of Canada that's quickly bubbling to the top of the collective consciousness of this whole spooky, witchy, mystical thing that's going on. If you haven't noticed, forming musical projects that wax poetic about drafty castles, stagnant bogs, and cobwebs is trending in a big way (Check out Callie's Witch House article in the newest issue of Bust for further examples.)
Sari and Romy Lightman, the twin sisters who formed this ethereal ... Read More