What's the Color of Love?
Works on Paper by Karl Mullen @ Bennington Museum.
We're Flattered, But...
Everyone In Improv Troupe Balding
NEW YORK—Every member of local improvisational troupe “Calhoun” is
balding, audience members observed Tuesday during the group’s 8 p.m.
According to sources, the group—which spent the majority of its
35-minute set playing various silly characters, doing outrageous voices,
and pretending to be animals or members of the opposite sex—consists
solely of adult males in their mid-to-late 30s who are either completely
bald or have severely receded hairlines.
“Great fucking set,” out-of-breath Calhoun member Daryl Crane said
after the performance, sweat collecting in rills on his thin-haired
scalp. “Everyone was on fucking fire. Adam, that move you made, when you
called back to the prison scene—where the hell did that come from?
“I was, like, I’ll just follow Adam and see where this thing goes,”
added Crane, his slightly undersized American Apparel T-shirt tightly
hugging his sweaty, protruding stomach.
A Man and His Ship
Few symbols of power and national confidence are as concrete as the
skyscraper — or the ocean liner. Now all but forgotten, grand ships such
as the SS United States epitomized the spirit of the American Century.
"It was a time," says Philadelphia author Steven Ujifusa, "when
Americans thought big ... and ‘made in the USA' really meant something."
Hop Sing Laundromat
Make The Reading Viaduct Park A Reality
Philadelphia has a great opportunity to add 300,000 square feet of
new green space to the city’s already impressive network of parks. It’s
known as the Reading Viaduct and it would improve our quality of life
and add new opportunities for outdoor activities for all of the city’s
residents and visitors.
Email Mayor Nutter and City Council and ask them to make this new park a reality in 2012.
Weds Sep 7 - To raise funds and awareness for PAWS and help adoptable pets find new homes,
Brazen Boxing & MMA Gym will host an evening of mixed martial arts and boxing exhibitions, along with food, drinks, and adoptable pets.
If you think people are generally too nice, that the world is too good,
or that you have the balls to be truly horrible, then don’t wait! Make a
mobile device happy. Buy something horrible.
Geared towards the B-boy world and the consumption of old school classics.
A classic Breaker making music to break to.
released 04 August 2011
all songs written and produced by R. Xavier
Apple Announces iCloud
Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled a new Apple product, iCloud,
that underscores a major shift taking place in the tech world as users'
information moves from gadgets to the cloud, where it is stored on
remote servers and accessible from any device with an Internet
"We're going to demote the PC and the Mac to just be a device," said Jobs, according to a live blog of
his remarks at the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote. "We're
going to move the digital hub, the center of your digital life, into the
John Ensign Lied to FEC
WASHINGTON -- Former Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.) violated campaign finance
laws and conspired against lobbying laws while he was in office,
leaders of the Senate Ethics Committee said on the floor of the upper
Tribeca's Opening Night
Here’s the takeaway for Wednesday night’s launch of the 10th annual
Tribeca Film Festival:
The movie wasn’t very good and everyone had a
For Tribeca, that’s a sensible oxymoron.
Aint That Good News
A Sam Cooke biopic has taken a significant step toward becoming a reality;
The screenwriters behind the all-Beatles musical Across the Universe have finished their adaptation of Peter Guralnick's definitive biography of Sam Cooke for ABKCO,
which owns Cooke's publishing and the bulk of his master recordings.
The difference in densities... just as with the differences in densities in air currents of our atmosphere creating hurricanes, is what generates space-time torquing matter/energy, and spinning it into the observed topology of a galactic disc with its galactic halos and galactic polar jets.
Ayahuasca in My Blood: 25 Years of Medicine Dreaming
Peter Gorman will be appearing at the 4th Annual Ayahuasca Monologues in New York on Tuesday, Nov. 30.
His new book Ayahuasca in My Blood: 25
Years of Medicine Dreaming, is brewed with an enchanting lucidity. To read it is to drink down a
story, a whirlwind, a wild fire of spirits and curanderos,
pirates and teachers, frogs and vines, snakes and shamanism, plants and visions
woven across the arc of a quarter century's worth of heavyweight Amazonian,
Texan and New York City adventures.
Rest Well, El Pulpo
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP)—Paul the Octopus, the tentacled tipster who fascinated
soccer fans by predicting results at the World Cup, died Tuesday.
Paul had reached the octopus old age of 2 1/2 years and died in his tank on
Tuesday morning at the Sea Life aquarium in the western German city of
Oberhausen, spokeswoman Ariane Vieregge said.
The octopus seemed to be in good shape when he was checked late Monday, but
he did not make it through the night. He died of natural causes, Vieregge said.
idea is that we must create a sort of "tortoise enclosure," an
atmosphere that is safe and free from the threat of interruption.
Play happens when there are clear boundaries from ordinary life.
introspection and for insight, we need to slow our busy minds. Often
this means getting off the grid completely, if even only for a short
I Am Crushing Your Head
"The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town," a four-hour miniseries on IFC. The first pair of half-hour episodes airs tomorrow.
All five "Kids" - Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch , Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson -
star in this twisted murder mystery, tackling all the major roles (male
and, in masterful drag, female, too). The tale, set in bucolic but
bizarre Shuckton, Ontario,
begins with the arrival of the Grim Reaper on a Greyhound bus, followed
by a murder that leaves nearly everyone in the community a possible