I am not a fan of guns, have never had one in my hands (the thought of firing one frightens me), and I think the idea that someone (with enough money) can readily purchase one from a trade show without a completed background check is absolutely ridiculous. Even though I have a heated dislike for firearms, this website makes me chuckle.Glam Guns, a mock site showcasing rifles and amo glammed up with our favorite childhood figures, ... Read More
(Intern Amber Bela Muse checked out Amanda Palmer on Saturday, November 14th, in Brooklyn. She asked me to post her review of the marvelous show while she's a busy bee traveling to and fro. Enjoy!) Last Saturday night, in front of the Music Hall of Williamsburg, I stood waiting in a long line to get tickets to see Amanda Palmer.  It was cold, rainy and my mood was beginning to sour. When I finally got inside I bee-lined for the bar to get a drink.  To my ... Read More
As a person who actually cried the day Sleater-Kinney announced their indefinite hiatus, I am constantly looking for new music to seriously rock out to. A girl can only listen to Live Through This so many times before her friends start to think she's losing it. But this week, thanks to the buzz-happy bloggers over at Pitchfork, I discovered Sleigh Bells, a rockin' duo from Brooklyn fronted by tattooed badass Alexis Krauss (who may be the only person in the history ... Read More
In her weekly video series, 'New Jersey: We're so much More', NJ native, Lauren Mattia, sets out to buck the staid stereotypes of corruption, big hair and bad accents, and shed light on the finer points of life in the Garden State...like airport security breaches, upper-class suburban rat struggles, and fights in the Target parking lot. She's a beautifully funny lady!You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this video Lauren Mattia: Security Breach in ... Read More
Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death among women in the United States, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. While breastcancer.org predicts that 40,480 American women are expected to die in 2008 from it, the good news is that death rates have been decreasing since 1990. The organization largely credits earlier detection among the top reasons for the decrease. So it’s understandable why women all over the U.S. are ... Read More
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