This English folk collective of drinking buddies wraps up their fourth album, …And Then We Saw Land, on Thrill Jockey Records.  With an adventurous and open spirit from the members’ travels, the group keeps experimenting, with every record different from the last. Their latest has been described as “Epic Folk Disco Brass Magnificent,” filled with awesome choruses and cheerful tunes. They’re full of surprises! Check out the ... Read More
This Saturday in NYC the Humble Art Foundation and Affirmation Arts present their second edition of 31 Women in Art Photography. The five-week exhibition showcases a variety of new talent gathered from open submissions. Be intrigued, be very intrigued! When: On view from Saturday, March 6 - Saturday, April 10 2010 Where: Affirmation Arts 523 W. 37th Street New York, NY 10018 (212) 925.0092 For more info and to rsvp check out: ... Read More
An article on Jezebel, got me thinking about the affect MAD MEN mania may have on our culture. In a blurb about a recent study from the UK newspaper, The Telegraph (regarding the shocking treatment of modern secretaries), Jezebel posted a picture of the gals from Mad Men. Though Jez didn't explain the choice in photography, it is clear when one thinks of a misogynistic office environment, one thinks of our favorite ad agency, Sterling Cooper. During the Mad Men ... Read More

This Woman Rocks

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In a time where the economy is in the dump and horrendous news stories keep popping up (15 year old gang rape outside school?!), there is a woman who is perking people up with her never-ending determination.Lan Yin Tsai, 84, bikes 150 miles (in a straight shot) for multiple sclerosis research every year. Donning a dress and high heels, which is her normal biking outfit, Tsai is a staple at the annual City to Shore ride in New Jersey and is a symbol of hope ... Read More

Hot Mormon Muffins?!

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Oh goodness, you'll either find this calendar chuckle-worthy and silly or find its use of female sexuality to show another side of the Mormon faith loathsome. From the creators of the Men on a Mission calendar, which features attractive-ish, shirtless Mormon missionaries who have served on full-time missions for their church, comes a calendar with 'twelve beautiful Mormon mothers posing in kitschy vintage pin-up style.' If that wasn't enough for you, each ... Read More