Thank you Leisure Dive and Thrillist for some hilarious pictures that had me giggling for the first hour of work. But then, all I could think about was going swimming, which in turn made me think about this song and it’s 2 versions.
Which do you . . . → Read More: Friday Music – Who Sung it Better – Waves
Today’s post is all about other posts – calls to action, meditations on time/space, a profile on a great NYC writer, and a hilarious rant about how writers should be rock stars.
Sometimes the interwebs is just too full of good stuff to pass up.
There has been talk of a Keystone pipeline, a means of transporting some . . . → Read More: Link City
New Yorks sweetheart that has become one of the hottest designers to be featured during Fashion Week since 2009, (her success has actually catapaulted since ’09, yet she has been an up and coming designer since 2000)
It may be the middle of July, but I speak for myself and quite a few New Yorkers when I . . . → Read More: Charlotte Ronson
Last Friday, the day that blew all the hottest day records right off the chart. The day where people walked around with shoulders slumped and faces turning red in the sun. Pomp contributor, and greatness personified, Charlie Duerr of The Thieves had mentioned his show for some time. For the sake of friendship, . . . → Read More: Pursesnatchers, Finding Fiction and The Thieves – Show Review
Addiction is a helluva drug. In and of itself, from episodes of Intervention and My Strange Addiction, to the ‘functional’ alcoholics we may be somewhat linked with, addiction rules a lot of lives, subversively or not.
Most recently, addiction had a hand in the death of Amy Winehouse. Now a part of the infamous ’27 . . . → Read More: The Affliction of Addiction – Russell Brand Remembers Amy Winehouse
It’s too hot for dancing in the streets, so today’s throwback (and I do mean back, like way back) is all about . . . → Read More: Friday Music – Martha and the Vandellas – Heatwave
I know, I know, it’s bloody hot outside, in that oppressive, steamy, wet bath kind of way. Unpleasant, for sure, but there are lots of things to do, and traveling is mostly an air conditioned affair (unless you walk into the one un-airconditioned subway car filled with sweaty people… seriously, don’t do it).
Tonight at 7 . . . → Read More: What To Do This Weekend
Two specific fashion collaborations are coming up, and I think they may go the way of Julian Louie and Aldo Shoes (aka SOLD OUT).
One is H&M’s upcoming fall collaboration with designers from Versace Fashion House. The sneak peeks are actually quite exciting, showing lots of bright colors, pretty details and demure silouhettes. It’ll be . . . → Read More: Fashion Collaborations That Make Me Melt
Carl J. Schramm, president of the Kaufmann Foundation, posted a wonderful article on the Huffington Post this morning about how to really jumpstart our economy.
The brunt of it is talking about how new businesses have positively affected the economy over the last 30 years. Most of his argument (suggestions?) hinges on this because he wants to . . . → Read More: Financial Problems Solved!
I’ve been hearing dire talk about the lack of female role models in the world today, and it gave me pause. See, I was somehow under the impression that female role models have been at an all-time high as of late. Comediennes like Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are hitting the mainstream big time with their . . . → Read More: Female Role Models – The Shortlist