Yesterday I was visiting my old neighborhood, the Bushwick area of Brooklyn. There were these people blasting music when we got there, it sounded like some sort of hip hop/club remixes. Once we settled down in the 3rd floor balcony over the street, the music took on a distinct, other, sort of flavor. . . . → Read More: Friday Music – Until We Bleed – Kleerup Featuring Lykke Li
Today, you will feast you eyes on these incredible jewelry designs from a gem of NYC that more and more people should know about! Karen Karch has designed beautiful rings, bracelets, necklaces, even jewelry for men since the early ’90s with her philosophy – “Opposites Attract”. I fell in love with at least four pieces from . . . → Read More: Karen Karch
I don’t know if he’s a genius or has aspergers, or both. . . . → Read More: All Of The Lights
I’m just getting back from LA, and I wanted to post a few of the highlights. Beginning with these pants.
This photo was taken after my friends and I did brunch at Home on Saturday, then decided to make an afternoon of vintage shopping in Los Feliz. Let me begin by saying that these pants are not . . . → Read More: NYC to LA back to NYC
There is something really attractive about geniuses who just don’t give a fuck. For that reason, today’s song pick to get you through rainy day doldrums is by the incomparable Benji Hughes. He may have had a hand in co-writing the songs for Walk Hard the Dewey Cox Story. He may also seem . . . → Read More: Friday Music – Benji Hughes
“It all begins and ends on our plates.” Indeed, the solution’s so simple it’s criminal. A promotional – and emotional – video clip communicated this significant message at Farm Sanctuary’s 25th Anniversary Gala Saturday night. The black tie affair, which took place at Cipriani Wall Street, celebrated this extraordinary animal protection nonprofit, a “…pioneer of social . . . → Read More: Cause for Celebration: Farm Sanctuary Turns 25
Happy Summer 2011 Pompers!! Half of the students in fashion schools state-wide are finally enjoying they’re summer while the other half are getting through finals. Good luck my fellow slaves to Fashion!
I am so excited to share this weeks post on a fabulous jewelry designer who is based in NYC, Pamela Love has been making the . . . → Read More: Pamela Love
Fact: “Burning coal is the number one source of greenhouse gases worldwide.” It’s nothing new, that’s for sure. Deep pocketed big business exploiting the planet, funneling funds to politicians and casually silencing local – and legitimate – opposition. We’ve seen entitlement and greed rear their ugly heads in history on countless occasions, with a high concentration . . . → Read More: The Good Fight: “The Last Mountain”
Last night, at a bar – where the most memorable Yelp reviews complained about how ‘no matter what you do there will be a dick on your leg’ – this song came on, and the growl and yowl of Etta James put a giant smile on my face. (And no, there were no dicks on . . . → Read More: Friday the 13th, Happy Place
It’s easy forget how slang can date you in a way that no other aspect of the language can. For instance, the other day, I received an email in which someone was referred to as a “scrub.” Seeing the word in type was one thing, but to see it in an email (something that was borderline . . . → Read More: Before We Had Memes and Viral Videos, It was “Scrubs” vs. “Pigeons”