Planned Parenthood reminds us that our bodies are like snowflakes: no two are exactly alike.
Archives for May 2011
Best video of the year so far? Woodkid – Iron from WOODKID on Vimeo. What a breath of fresh air after drowning in a avalanche of found footage music videos. Not a bad jam either.
Rock music has finally returned to New York City. bbigpigg rules.
Recently we’ve heard reports that beloved supplier of Mexican-BBQ tacos and sliders (and that amazing Green Chili Mac & Cheese, mmmm) service, Mexicue, is unreachable. Their Seamless Web profile is down, and the number seems to be disconnected. Does anyone know what happened? Inquiring lunch plans want to know. UPDATE: Thomas Kelly of Mexicue writes […]
Forking Tasty, the food fanatic pair of Jason and Anthony Anello, are bringing food, film, and foot-fueled, fossil fuel-free transportation together (too much of a stretch to get the alliteration there?) tonight when they bring a bike-in theater to Greenpoint. The movie is Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and will be screened at India and West […]
Greatest Hits give us this love song to every L train missed connection out there. Here’s a dancey song with a faux-retro video for their song “L Train Girl.” Towards the end, there is a breakdown in the song naming the first six Brooklyn subway stops. “Bedford, Lorimer, Graham, Grand, Montrose, Morgan, I’m the man.” OK. […]
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Sigh. It happened again. After City Councilwoman Diana Reyna stated that “‘hipsters’ may be part of the cause” for the New York City’s inaccurate census results, the media went wild, with L Magazine bringing up the tired “hipsters are too cool” argument, and Metro NY going as far as to accuse hipsters of costing NYC […]
She doesn’t want to change the world, she’s just looking for New England… …and she has made it as far as Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York City where world famous editoress and bun-rock jet-set queen Haselore Kohl met up with Controlled Bleeding‘s Paul Lemos last night to ask him her infamous three questions…
Sorry folks, we were finding those images of a tense Obama and Biden too scintillating to handle.