BY Emily Rems in General on May 27, 2010 |
For fans who have been following the lives of fictional friends Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha for the past 12 years, through an HBO series and a big feature film extravaganza two years ago, the release of Sex and the City 2 this weekend is a very big deal. Rarely do large studios invest so much time and money in creating fantasy worlds of the magnitude of this sumptuous sequel solely with the desires of women in mind. So is it any wonder that when a ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Music Stuff on May 19, 2010 |
Attention music fans! By now I'm sure you're all planning on hitting the Warsaw this Sunday for the BUST Spring Craftacular. But did you know that on Saturday, the club is also going to be hosting rock royalty? That's right! On 5/22, none other than legendary glam rockers the New York Dolls will be playing with supercool guests Foxy Shazam and the Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black! Lineups like this don't happen very often, so snap up your tix before they're gone, ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in General on May 03, 2010 |
Coming at ya from Jason Bitner, one of the masterminds behind Found Magazine and the supercool book and site Cassette From My Ex, is a new experiment called How I Met Your Motherboard: Tales of Early Computing. Got any personal reminiscences from the era of Commodore 64s and Apple IIs? Then the gang at Motherboard wants to post them! So click on over there and represent for nerd girls everywhere, lest the site become a repository of dudely reflections ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Music Stuff on Apr 30, 2010 |
Legendary poet rocker Patti Smith was the featured guest at last night’s installment of the Live from the New York Public Library series in Manhattan, and the evening was nothing short of magical. There to promote her new memoir, Just Kids, Smith had a spirited chat with moderator Paul Holdengräber, performed three gorgeous acoustic numbers, and even stuck around afterward to sign books and chat with the sold-out crowd.
During the interview portion, ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Artsy on Apr 09, 2010 |
As a die hard Tina Fey fan, I couldn’t wait to get a big, feature-film-length dose of her impeccable comic timing when I went see her star opposite Steve Carrell in Date Night. But I’m sorry to report, not even the boundless charisma and adorable chemistry of the film’s perfectly-cast stars could make up for the absurdly stupid plot of this romantic caper.
The flick actually starts off reasonably well, setting up Fey and Carrell as over-worked ... Read More