"I may be a black sheep, but my hooves are made of gold."

12th March 2013

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Seen in Central Park

Dead

humansofnewyork:

Seen in Central Park

Dead

23rd February 2013

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22nd February 2013

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MEET THE LADY: FRENEMIES & NEMESISTERS is tonight at 92YTribeca.

MEET THE LADY: FRENEMIES & NEMESISTERS is tonight at 92YTribeca.

Tagged: filmmeet the ladyfrenemiesfrenemies and nemesisters!nemesistersfrenemies and nemesisters92y92y tribecarich and famousCandice BergenJacqueline Bisseteventsnew york

15th February 2013

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Dating in NY.

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13th February 2013

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Now that 30 Rock is over, it became very important for me to dig through my archival CD-R’s from high school and announce to the room that JANE KRAKOWSKI's recording of "SOONER OR LATER" by STEPHEN SONDHEIM,famously of the DICK TRACY soundtrack, is ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT RECORDINGS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. <END TRANSMITTAL>

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7th February 2013

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dragracemacros:

#BESTHASHTAGEVER

dragracemacros:

#BESTHASHTAGEVER

5th February 2013

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bonnieandmaude:

In our first book vs. movie episode, we discuss Jane Campion’s 2003 film In The Cut and how it compares to Susanna Moore’s original erotic thriller, published in 1995.

Does Meg Ryan’s flat, brown hair obscure her image as America’s innocent sweetheart?

Is Jennifer Jason Leigh her sister or friend?

Why are all the men in the movie so obsessed with marriage?

Does it matter that we spoil the killer’s identity?

All will be revealed in Episode 6!

Literary publicist and all-around bibliophile David Archer joins Bonnie and Maude for the discussion and treats us with an impeccable Meg Ryan impersonation.

Eleanor and Kseniya were masochistic enough to let me join them to discuss Jane Campion’s 2003 adaptation of Susanna Moore’s IN THE CUT. Can you stand it?

Tagged: filmjane campionsusanna moorein the cutmeg ryanjennifer jason leighpodcastsex murderbonnie and maudemark ruffalo

22nd January 2013

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Perfume Genius, “Floating Spit”

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18th January 2013

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Excellent cover for Yasutaka Tsutsui&#8217;s Paprika, which will be published in the States for the first time next month. Design by Kelly Blair.

Excellent cover for Yasutaka Tsutsui’s Paprika, which will be published in the States for the first time next month. Design by Kelly Blair.

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8th January 2013

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emmaworks:
David Wojnarowicz
“Arthur Rimbaud in New York” (Duchamp, Pier), 1978-79.From a series of twenty-four gelatin-silver prints,10” x 8” each. Private collection.




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emmaworks:

David Wojnarowicz

“Arthur Rimbaud in New York” (Duchamp, Pier), 1978-79.
From a series of twenty-four gelatin-silver prints,
10” x 8” each. Private collection.


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8th January 2013

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HEIDI JULAVITS AND HARI KUNZRU IN CONVERSATION AT WORD BROOKLYN—WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2013—7PM—FREE AND EUPHORIC
☞ YR PSYCHIC INTEGRITY IS AT RISK. And, frankly, the only way to protect yrself from the dangers that loom thick in the astral interstice is to take a master class from our premiere spectral spectator: JULAVITS. 
☞ Join the critically-acclaimed and Archer-revered Heidi Julavits as we launch the paperback edition of her VERY EXCELLENT &amp; VERY IMPORTANT novel THE VANISHERS at WORD tomorrow night.
☞ BONUS CONTENT: the stage will be shared by Hari Kunzru, who will be launching the paperback of HIS critically-acclaimed novel GODS WITHOUT MEN, as well.
☞ As our narrator warns us in THE VANISHERS&#8217;s opening pages, "this is not just a story about how you can become sick by knowing other people. This is a story about how other people can become sick by knowing you." Accordingly, if I know you and you don&#8217;t attend? You make me sick and I will make you sick.

HEIDI JULAVITS AND HARI KUNZRU IN CONVERSATION AT WORD BROOKLYN—WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2013—7PM—FREE AND EUPHORIC

☞ YR PSYCHIC INTEGRITY IS AT RISK. And, frankly, the only way to protect yrself from the dangers that loom thick in the astral interstice is to take a master class from our premiere spectral spectator: JULAVITS. 

☞ Join the critically-acclaimed and Archer-revered Heidi Julavits as we launch the paperback edition of her VERY EXCELLENT & VERY IMPORTANT novel THE VANISHERS at WORD tomorrow night.

☞ BONUS CONTENT: the stage will be shared by Hari Kunzru, who will be launching the paperback of HIS critically-acclaimed novel GODS WITHOUT MEN, as well.

☞ As our narrator warns us in THE VANISHERS’s opening pages, "this is not just a story about how you can become sick by knowing other people. This is a story about how other people can become sick by knowing you." Accordingly, if I know you and you don’t attend? You make me sick and I will make you sick.

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5th January 2013

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A Lot of Consonants: What to do if you're falling out of love with New York →

All of this, but specifically: “Go for a long walk. I can’t stress this enough. See how you feel. It might be helpful to listen to whatever music you think is good for walking in the city; it might also be helpful to listen to the ambient sounds of the street. Be sure to smell everything: fried food, perfume, bodega carnations, smoky grills, floor wax. If you are tired of walking in your neighborhood get on a bus or the train and get off somewhere else. Anywhere really.” 

maryphillipssandy:

  • Go to Chinatown, alone, preferably in the late afternoon. Walk around. Go into one of the shops that sells mysterious (to me) herbs and dried things. Buy some condiments or beef jerky or sweet buns for, what, $2. Listen to the grandmas hollering at their children/grandchildren/the vegetable…

22nd December 2012

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bonnieandmaude:

A taste of Episode 6 to get you through the holiday season.

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With the help of our special guest David Archer, we will be discussing Jane Campion’s 2003 film In The Cut (starring a mumble-y, brunette Meg Ryan in what was intended to be a gritty, sexual role for America’s Sweetheart) and how it compares to Susanna Moore’s original novel.

Read the book and check back in January to hear what we thought!

For better or worse.

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3rd October 2012

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wiblog:


This is not a city that learns to forgiveThis is the place where cold hearts liveFeeding off your friends and hang out lateEverybody wants it, but nobody waitsDon’t let your blood run cold

Nice track.

gpoy.

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wiblog:

This is not a city that learns to forgive
This is the place where cold hearts live
Feeding off your friends and hang out late
Everybody wants it, but nobody waits
Don’t let your blood run cold

Nice track.

gpoy.

blissssssssssssssssssssssssssth

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28th September 2012

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Always Ready With a Barb
&#8220;It was a typical fall Friday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with visitors massing on the steps and milling awe-struck around the Great Hall. Among them was the cultural critic Camille Paglia, a pint-size martinet in a black military-style jacket who strode purposefully through the crowds with a scowl on her face and a reporter in tow.&#8220;&#8216;I don’t particularly think this is inspiring,&#8217; she said with withering scorn, as she entered the dimly lighted galleries of the Egyptian wing.&#8221;HOT STUFF COMING THROUGH.

Always Ready With a Barb

It was a typical fall Friday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with visitors massing on the steps and milling awe-struck around the Great Hall. Among them was the cultural critic Camille Paglia, a pint-size martinet in a black military-style jacket who strode purposefully through the crowds with a scowl on her face and a reporter in tow.

“‘I don’t particularly think this is inspiring,’ she said with withering scorn, as she entered the dimly lighted galleries of the Egyptian wing.”

HOT STUFF COMING THROUGH.

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