According to the accordion that guides this victim of boredom we should all sit on the floor and listen to her morbid moans as we drool on the linoleum.
Nick Cave likes her. Meh!
As an appetizer to their full length sophomore album-Teenage and Torture, out on January 18th, around 4:17pm- Shilpa Ray and her cheerful harlots dropped . . . → Read More: SHILPA RAY AND HER HAPPY HOOKERS- “VENUS SHAVER” 7″ OCTOBER 2010
He did it once years ago, a certain White House Correspondents Dinner, with a certain ex-President known for buffoonery, and a certain group of journalists who forgot what their job meant. And there was Stephen Colbert, in his wonderful act as a right-wing pundit, the act that shows the real leaps of logic made in some . . . → Read More: Stephen Colbert, American Hero
Gay adoption ban lifted.
Florida always seems to be the state where the proverbial stuff hits the fan for residents who aren’t White, straight, rich or conservative, but a recent decision by the state’s Third District Court of Appeals this week should improve the lives of not only gay men and women, but orphans.
From Terri Schiavo . . . → Read More: Lift of Florida ban on gay adoptions
“Why the fuck is your new album so good? What in the wide world accounts for this unparalleled paradigm shift? It kind of pisses me off. I was completely comfortable with, and committed to, the idea of forever hating your particular breed of zany.”
That’s how a good friend of mine phrased her emotive flip upon hearing . . . → Read More: Deerhunter- Halcyon Digest
That’s right, it’s the last week of September, and it’s Thursday. We all know what that means, it means either today on our television sets (rich snobs) or our laptop screens tomorrow (real people) we’ll be tuning in to some of our favorite shows from last season to bring us back to the magical world of . . . → Read More: The Biggest Day in Television?
Hellbrunn Castle (Schloss Hellbrunn) is a 17th century castle built by the Prince-Archbishop Markus Sittikus von Hohenems. The question: what is an Archbishop to do when he has too much cash on his hands is answered at this incredible castle. Markus Sittikus von Hohenems turned his summer summer palace and its immense gardens into trick fountains, . . . → Read More: Foreign Lands: Schloss Hellbrunn, Salzburg, Austria
Despite my carefully curated closet (think Alexander Wang, Caroline Hedaya, Balenciaga, Quail, Sir…) and deep passion for fashion, I’m no Fashion Week veteran, not a maven by any means. I appreciate the ever-elusive white tents and, when I worked in midtown, I often wondered what sort of circus was going on inside said secretive canopies every . . . → Read More: Fashion Week’s WALTER & My Own White Tent Nostalgia
Bloc Party's Kele Okereke at Webster Hall last week.
Last week Wednesday, Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke headlined Webster Hall. Touring in support of his debut solo, The Boxer, which hit shelves in June, his dance-pop record, ten tracks in length, translated seamlessly to live venue version. While the show seemingly failed to sell out, the performance . . . → Read More: Does It Offend You Yeah? Make Waves Before Welcoming Headliner Kele Okereke to the Stage Last Week
For the past month or so, I’ve been helping out on a campaign for state senate of Queens, New York.
At first, it was just a temporary fix to fill the job void that’s been a current conundrum in my life. Soon after it became much more. We were the forces of good trying to make a . . . → Read More: Primary Election Day – lessons learned the hard way
One of the perks of living in New York City is the endless access to a plethora of art galleries, museums and exhibits. I especially love exploring unexpected venues, where it feels like I’ve just happened upon the art. So I hopped on a ferry this weekend to check out the Governors Island Art Fair, presented . . . → Read More: Governors Island Art Fair