on tuesday we went to happy endings. it was gay night, or something like that. looks like someone had a happy endings.
yup. definitely gay night.
i had another small job this weekend, and it was miserably rainy, so i stayed in on saturday. but sunday was lovely.
i'm fine. just a little fender bender. you should see the other guy.
meet buster. he's an un-neutered male boxer. he pulls like a freight train on his leash, poops in his living room, and once i arrived to walk him and found that he had broken through one of his apartment windows while trying to get out. and he's our pet-of-the-week.
i was on the promenade today, and it looked like new york was under attack.
this is addie. she likes treats.
Knut's all big and grown and probably already eating other baby animals. So auf wiedersehen, Knut, ni hao One, Two, and Three! Their names aren't so cute, but they're baby tiger cub triplets who, like Knut, were rejected by their mother (bitches!). And they get bonus cute points for nursing from a dog.
Why is all this cuteness happening in zoos overseas? All we get are gay penguins.
oh noooo. it's my worst daymare come true.
(please please please let my taxi karma somehow count toward this too.)
photo and anxiety via gothamist
Thursday night at UCB.
(I'll also be going to see CocoRosie playing a free concert at the Winter Garden at the World Financial Center at 730, if you want to not come to that with me too).
i love me some me.
um...where you guys goin' with that big black box? i'm gonna need to see some i.d. and you haven't happened to see a bocce ball, have you?
"lord jesus christ, have mercy on me, a miserable sinner."
there are so many good things about this photo that jacque took. as far as i'm concerned, photo of the year.
though tom's face should've looked more like this.
apparently i have a kid. in the LES. and we sell lousy clothes.
sorry i don't have more. and i know how y'all can't WAIT for the next MW. i've averaged about 200 photos per week since i got barbara. but these past two weeks? about fifty. total. unexcusable. stay tuned for next week.
the officer called 911 because he thought he was ::laughing at my desk...hard to type...shaking:: he thought he was dying.
click on the link and listen to the call. it's just --whew!--it's just so. funny.
(yup. that's a real sign at bunya citi spa.)
Wednesday, May 9 with Irvine Welsh Reading and Q&A33 East 17th StreetNO SIGNINGNew York, NY 10003Store phone: 212-253-0810
thanks for all the sunny-funtime birthday goodness, everybody. i'm sorry i didn't get any shots of the two hasidic guys waddling a massive speaker across the picnic grounds -- maybe next year. or of the intense bocce action. picture taking is hard when people keep bringing beer to your party.
australians and americans alike can agree: BIRTHDAYS ROCK!
Brand Upon the Brain!
In which the shocking truth is finally revealed about young Guy Maddin and his hellish childhood on a remote island, under the hyper-watchful eye of a crazed mother hellbent on restoring her youth and a diabolically distant scientist-father, proprietors of a mom-and-pop orphanage they surreptitiously operate within the dank confines of the family lighthouse. Watch! as the sex instinct grabs hold of young Maddin and his sister! Thrill! as the Mysteries of the Light House are divined by teen detectives! Reel! at the headstrong invention and heart-stopping rhythms of the elder Maddin¹s heroic silent moviemaking!!
With a LIVE Narrator! A Castrato!! Several Foley Artists!!! And an Orchestra!!!!
An Earth-shaking Live Spectacle, Coming to Select Theaters!
7:30, 9pm showings
@ village east cinemas ("beautifully restored" aka no longer smells like pee)
full list of special guest narrators
- maybe may 12 with lou reed?
oddly via brooklyn vegan
WHAT: Every month people who work in the environmental field meet up for
a drink at networking events known as Green Drinks - its a chance to mix with
other like-minded people, share info and make friends. Many people have found employment, developed new ideas, made business connections and had moments of serendipity. It's a force for the good and its spreading around the world.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 8, 2007, from 6:00pm - 10pm
WHERE: Join us this month at: ~ Solar One one of our favorite summer venues! 2420 FDR Drive Service Road East (at 23rd Street /Ave C and Stuyvesand Cove Park) NY NY 10010 ~ Take the 6 train to 23rd street and walk east or the M23 bus to Solar 1~ tel 212 505-6050 Under a big white tent on the East River. $15 to cover the open bar
POWER: Bring your electric bill, sign up for Wind Power and admission is free
"35 artists, by way of toys, comics, prints, and paintings, liberate the skills otherwise "owned" by their television networks bosses. Too Art for TV, Too is the biggest showing of this movement to date; featuring the artists who create, write, direct, storyboard, design, color, and animate "Venture Bros." (Adult Swim), "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (Fox Network), "Ice Age" (Blue Sky Studios), "A Scanner Darkly" (Richard Linklater), "SpongeBob SquarePants" (Nickelodeon), "Code Name: Kids Next Door" (Cartoon Network), "Stanley" (Disney TV), "Daria" (MTV Animation), "Blue's Clues" (Nick JR), and more. "
my friend kelly (www.kellydenato.blogspot.com) is showing some of her stuff so i am def. going tonight, barcade to follow. Stay Gold Gallery 451 Grand Street Brooklyn. opening tonight 5/4 from 7-9. show runs till 5/25.