If you’re in the Northeast this weekend, you should really check out Ladyfest, a 3-day art and music festival featuring workshops, vendors, readings and discussions by feminist organizations and punk legends (Alice Bag!), and over 20 bands. Ladyfest goes down Feb. 3-5 at the YMCA in Cambridge, MA, organized by volunteers with the goal of creating a safe, empowering space for women in the arts.
The very first Ladyfest took place in Olympia, WA in 2000, ... Read More
Okay, so I know that isn't technically a brand-new track (it's been out for a couple of weeks), but Santigold's new song "Big Mouth" is making me all kinds of curious about her forthcoming 2012 album. Santi White, aka Santigold, revealed that the highly-anticipated follow-up to her 2008 debut will be called Master of My Make-Believe; the Brooklyn-based artist told V Magazine, "I want it to be about creating your own reality." If Santigold's reality is anything ... Read More
Mondays can be ruff...and so I bring you Pawesome Movie Posters, a blog dedicated to the heart-warming, face-licking, leg-humping world of canine cinema. Jeana Fucello compiles the best movie posters featuring dogs, and her findings indicate that there are some reoccurring themes present in these furry flicks. For example, even though my own dog doesn't seem to care much for accessories, Fucello points out that Hollywood dogs love wearing sunglasses:She also ... Read More
BY Bridgette Miller in Crafty on Jan 27, 2012 |
If you're a vinylphile, you know how tempting those records in the $1 bin can be. The thing that sucks, though, is that they're usually so cheap for a reason: either everybody already has that Engelbert Humperdinck album, or they're in pretty rough shape. I've picked up many a sweet gem only to find that it was almost unlistenable on my turntable. The only place I want snaps, crackles, and pops is in my cereal, dammit!
Luckily, there is a ... Read More
BY Bridgette Miller in Artsy on Jan 24, 2012 |
The Village Voice reports that Kathleen Hanna is the set designer for Wicked Clown Love, an experimental performance piece by theatrical provocateur Neal Medlyn that is "built around the music and culture of hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse, their devoted fan base the Juggalos, and other forms of male bonding and ritual." Yes, you read that correctly. New York venue The Kitchen says that the piece
...will revolve around Medlyn's dark specter versions of ... Read More