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Archives for August 2009
Hear ’em all. Wow. We love Brian Wilson.
We ask because he/she is suddenly everywhere. I can’t remember the first time I saw the tag (late last year?) but in recent days there seems to be a Dick Chicken tag on every block in Williamsburg and Bushwick. He even has a girlfriend who’s making the rounds: Pussy Ham. Now, in our favorite appearance […]
And we thought he was a liberal. Looks like we’ll be skipping our trip to Whole Foods tonight. the last thing our country needs is a massive new health-care entitlement that will create hundreds of billions of dollars of new unfunded deficits and move us much closer to a government takeover of our health-care system. […]
Christ…. who else is going to die this summer? From Wikipedia: Lester William Polfuss, known as Les Paul (June 9, 1915 — August 13, 2009) was an American jazz guitarist and inventor. He was a pioneer in the development of the solid-body electric guitar which “made the sound of rock and roll possible.” His many […]
So the media is in full sha-wing over this subway flasher story, with headlines ranging from the Village Voice’s Have You Seen… Stroker on the #3, the Post’s Lazy Cop Is A Jerk, and 1010 Win’s Woman Jerked Around By Cop?. Who comes up with these things, and why isn’t there a reality show competition […]
As we lament the ongoing transformation of New York into a giant collection of Chipotles, Pinkberrys, and board-run mini-chains, we were delighted to discover that the husband and wife duo of James & Karla Murray are doing their part to record its vanishing history. They recently published a great book called “Store Front — The […]
Oh how we’ve missed her. From Gawker: The show is said to be seeking Asian females, 25-29, to play a character who mirrors Ferrell’s penchant for using sex and faked medical conditions to elicit sympathy and cash from gullible guys. [Note: we took out the specifics from the description because our tipster is afraid that […]
Cale Parks, the genius drummer boy behind indie faves Aloha and White Williams, has been doing the solo thing and we just can’t get enough. The newest EP, To Swift Mars, has been playing soundtrack to our dreamy (read: make believe) summertime love affairs with bike messengers. I got a chance to catch up with […]