Mama Mia!

BY Web Intern in General |

Like puppets? How about the theater? See the two of them together in the 'La Mama Puppet Series 3' set to run from October 8 to November 29.The annual series, which is supported by the Jim Henson Foundation and others, will open with the newest work by Theodora Skipitares. 'The Traveling Players present The Women of Troy' is a piece based on the text of Euripides and the words of the women incarcerated at Riker's Island in New York. The second production, 'A ... Read More

Live free, no DIE!

BY Web Intern in General |

Minnesota Representative Michele Bachmann asks fellow Republicans to go into full-on overdrive.  At a Denver conference she said, 'we should slit our wrists to join as blood brothers' against health care reform.'   Eh hem...WTF? Does Bachmann realize that one can become blood 'brothers' (or sisters, or friends) by just having a paper cut on one's finger?  or a scratch on the knee?  Why did she say Republicans should slit their wrists?  ... Read More

Pretty in Pain

BY Team Intern in General |

Attention Seattleans! The White River Valley Museum in Seattle is hosting 'Suffer for Beauty' , an exhibit exploring 'ideal' female body image through the study of what else? Underwear! Through November 8th, attendees can browse turn-of-the-century bustles, old school petticoats, and mid-century, June Cleaver brassieres. Don't get any ideas--this is no peep show. Instead, the exhibits demonstrate the ever-changing concept of the female figure and the bizarre ... Read More
Zazzle , an online-custom t-shirt shop based in the United Kingdom, has a client starting a new trend in breast cancer awareness: t-shirts for babies and young girls that say: 'Find a cure before I grow boobs'.  I was taken aback when i first saw this, and after a few gasps I started to giggle. These t-shirts come from the Zazzle shop called Wine and Whimsy , and their shirts are not just for babies and little girls.  There are also shirts that say ... Read More
In the craziest real-life manifestation of crossover fan-fiction ever, The Walt Disney Company, dream-distributor and conglomerate Big Bad, will buy iconic Marvel Entertainment for $4 billion . That's right: the Mickey Mouse moguls now own the rights to thousands of Marvel characters--Spidey, Wolverine, et. al.. The deal was reportedly mutual, without the bitter pangs of a 'buyout'. Marvel's team wants to take advantage of Disney's synergistic powers that be. And ... Read More