Dark Shadows redux- yeah!

BY Laurie in General |

I'm sooo excited for the Tim Burton version of one of our favorite creepy tv shows, Dark Shadows. The OG vampire, Barnabas Collins, will be played by none other than Johnny Depp, who has officially become the go to guy for portraying magical, spooky weirdo's. But who will play Victoria Winters? Maybe Tim was inspired by our 2007 Fashion spread based on the show? (click here to see it) heh, Ok, I doubt it, but, anyway, we'll have to wait till 2011 for this film, ... Read More
A new HBO comedy show is in the works about a middle-age feminist attempting to breathe some life and spice into the movement by starting a porn mag aimed at women. The show, which is not yet titled, will star Diane Keaton and be written by Marti Noxon, who has also brought us Mad Men and Grey's Anatomy. The show seems rife with potential to be both hilarious and politically important. The timing is crucial since the debate about what it really means to be a ... Read More

Clawing At Your Walls

BY Web Intern in General |

             de L' autonomy are having an exhibit, The Party No. II, featuring new work from Ellis Gallagher, Kenneth E. Parris III, and notably Claw Money. Claw Money will also be there to grace us with her presence and support the new installations. Claw Money is a legendary graffiti artist who was once part of TC5, FC and PMS crews. She's gone from spreading her work on New York City streets to, well, ... Read More

Pie Pops?!

BY Web Intern in General |

 I'm pretty sure it's a law of the universe that if you want to make something even better and cuter, transform it into a mini version of itself. Now, pies are amazing (and kind of cute) in their original form, so that's why I bugged out at the discovery that, Luxirare has designed pie pops. I need this in my life, immediately. Also, if you're in the mood for some food porn, be sure to follow that link because there is some seriously wonderful photography ... Read More
Let me start out by saying that I love dance, and I love So You Think You Can Dance, but there is one problem that develops with a show that's mostly limited to male/female duets. The choreographers tend to stick to traditional male/female roles. Their dances are usually a variation on a theme of a love story, with the woman falling into the role of being in love, hurt by love or a sex kitten. Wade Robson was the exception with his more character-driven routines, ... Read More