BY Intern Sheila J in Feminizzle on Feb 24, 2010 |
This whole time, women haven’t been allowed to work on U.S. submarines.
But finally, the Pentagon is moving to end a ban that prohibits women from serving on these U.S. Navy underwater vessels, several media outlets are reporting. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates wrote a letter to Congress Friday requesting that it be reversed, and it looks like it’s happening.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus is a longtime supporter of the lift, telling the Daily Press ... Read More
BY Katie Oldaker in Boob Tube on Feb 24, 2010 |
The ladies of the US’s women’s hockey team are a stunning group of women—who will be going for the gold this Thursday against Canada--peppered with Ivy League grads, awesome moms, and career women (including two women who have opened their own hockey centers.) So, basically, ladies getting stuff done and then going and winning Olympic medals. Clearly awesome.
Despite this group of awesome women’s success on the ice and off, some are calling ... Read More
BY Intern Laura in Music Stuff on Feb 24, 2010 |
Tired of the winter blahs? Dance your troubles away at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on March 5th when our pals Heloise & the Savoir Faire come to Brooklyn with a sparkly brand of electro-rock that is all their own. The five-piece is sure to get you moving with their rock'n'roll charged beats and Heloise's captivating stage presence.
Can't wait for the show? Check out their tunes at FredPerrySubculture.com and feel ... Read More
BY Kelly McClure in Music Stuff on Feb 23, 2010 |
Our writer, Erin Griffith, put on a happy face at the Mercury Lounge in NYC a few days ago while checking out the Dum Dum Girls. Here is her first hand account of the fun time she had. (I honestly don't know why I'm taking this tone with you right now.)
At the beginning of their set, Dee Dee, the band's lead singer, delivered her bubblegum lyrics as if she’d popped a handful of Valium. But as the set built up to the band’s faster ditties, the Dum Dum ... Read More
BY Intern Sheila J in Artsy on Feb 23, 2010 |
When I was a teen I used to cut up old magazines to make photo collages. The walls of my room were covered with ads and personal photos of mismatched bodies and heads, one of them being Gwyneth Paltrow’s head on a baby’s body. I did this because I loved magazines and abstract art—in all its quirky and bizarre glory— and it definitely seemed like a postmodern art form innovated by male artists like Picasso.
But “Playing With ... Read More