Archive for July, 2011

Burrito-sized Sushi rolls- a rare example of bigger being actually better

(Jul 29, 2011) While I’m generally opposed to any novelty-based food trend, I’ll always have a soft spot in my heart for anyone foolhard...

The Morning

(Jul 29, 2011) Not only is this one of my favorite songs out right now and a welcome addition to the soundtrack of my hedonistic lifestyle, Hous...

MoMA PS1 brings another year of awesome day parties

(Jul 29, 2011) The MoMA PS1, the branch which features art from emerging artists, is the summer spot for day events in Brooklyn (technically Que...

Melancholy for the film industry

(Jul 28, 2011) The only movie that seems interesting coming out other than Harry Potter, which is like the best series of movies ever, is Lars V...

Jersey Shore (Italy)

(Jul 28, 2011) Judge me. Judge them… I don’t care. For better and worse,  these are my people; I’m not Italian but I am a Yank...

New age pop replacing Goth Revival

(Jul 27, 2011) Not sure if its cuz of Gang Gang Dance or what but everyone seems to be using Cirque Du Soleil synths and new-agey bell tones.  ...

‘Rock of Ages’ Shoot Turns Downtown Miami into ’80s L.A.

(Jul 27, 2011) A scene from the original 'Rock of Ages' musical; photo CC by 2.0, via Meglet127 on Flickr Miami is already a city with ...

PJ Harvey’s Cinematic Epic Finally Hits Screens

(Jul 26, 2011) There are many idiosyncratic icon types in the cannon of British rock and roll. It breed crazy, but none quite so special as one ...

I Got Nailed

(Jul 26, 2011) Left Thumb St Johns Bridge Right Thumb Steel Bridge Portland based uber talented nail artist Ally Picard, otherwise known as Nail...

My Evil Fairy Godmother

(Jul 25, 2011) I used to not really get it when people would talk about how ridiculous True Blood is. Well, the new season has started, and afte...

Woody Allen Gems

(Jul 25, 2011) Woody Allen and Mia Farrow in Shadows and Fog Early Woody Allen, or even mid-career Woody Allen, ok anything before 1995, is gol...

Best Canadian Group Since Rush?

(Jul 25, 2011) Is that funny? I’m not sure if that’s funny. Maybe they’ll find it funny. Geddy Lee is most Canadians’ fa...

La Belle Echoppe opens its doors

(Jul 24, 2011) Just like all-american heritage brands, traditional French products have been subject to a greater interest lately with more and ...

The World Belongs to Daddy

(Jul 24, 2011) French film director Alain Cavalier was born not far from my own birthplace, in Loir-et-Cher (center of France). I don’t know i...

Capturing the family

(Jul 24, 2011) Capturing the Friedmans is a documentary film I’ve recently watched. It focuses on the 80’s investigation of Arnol...