BY Intern Brittany J. in General on Aug 09, 2010 |
And what better way to start a week than with some of the most adorable cats and kittens that you ever did see. ...Right? ...??
Well, at least for me anyway.
(WARNING...please do not die of cute. I don't need that kind of blood on my hands. I'm only an intern!)[all images courtesy of weareallmadeofkittens.tumblr.com; check out the site for more photos and especially the ... Read More
BY mikki in Artsy on Aug 08, 2010 |
What happens when a super-talented badass makes a film about another super-talented badass? If you're lucky, the result is something like "Jean-Michel Basquiat, the Radiant Child," director Tamra Davis' new film about her friend, the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. While deeply emotional, "Radiant Child" resists mythologizing its subject, a self-taught graffiti artist and painter who rose to fame in the art world while challenging some of its most precious ... Read More
BY Alison Berry in MyBlog on Aug 06, 2010 |
I am such a stickler for grammar...well most of the time, mostly I just get all riled up by common mistakes with homophones.
Anyway, here's a little piece of knowledge to use to your advantage.Happy ... Read More
BY skye in Music Stuff on Aug 06, 2010 |
Canadian bred duet Seth Smith and Nancy Urich, formally known as Dog Day, are gracing NYC with their presence on August 12th and 13th. Deemed "the future of indie-rock" by Coke Machine Glow, Dog Day is made up of guitar, drums and vocals that shake the already fossilized structures of the underground music phenomenons before them. Their last record, Concentration received stellar praise from all around and it most definitely deserves your ... Read More
BY emily dirienzo in General on Aug 06, 2010 |
Let’s take a moment, close your eyes if you wish, and imagine a summer picnic without bees: no feeling of panic as a little yellow stinging machine lands on the tip of your nose, paralyzing you with fear. For many of us a bee-free, EpiPen-free summer sounds like a dream come true, but to others like Maryam Henein and George Langworthy there is a much bigger, drearier, picture that comes to mind at the thought of a bee-less existance. Henein and Langworthy ... Read More