BY Emma Claire Goodman
on Feb 16, 2011
Renowned artist of many mediums, Yoko Ono is set to appear as a very special featured speaker for the SXSW 25th Music Conference and Festival. In a highly anticipated interview with Jody Denberg, Yoko Ono will be discussing her pioneering, one-of-a-kind life’s work, from the Dada-inspired Fluxus movement in the 1960s, to the Iceland Imagine Peace Tower, and even her creative collaborations with her husband, John Lennon, a love story that continues to inspire romantics and artists today. Read More
While the tension in Egypt was coming to a climax with the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, Lara Logan, CBS News correspondent and native of South Africa who has covered war zones for 18 years, stood bravely amongst the riotous torrent of celebrating people in Tahrir Square to cover this incredible, and significant event.
But then, just moments after the above photo was taken, while attempting to maneuver away from the crowd, Logan, her crew, and security team found themselves surrounded by a hysterical mob of more than 200 people. Read More
BY Alison Berry
on Aug 05, 2010
But I can't help but be excited about the new Harry Potter movie coming out in November.
It helps that the HP 7 trailer is super awesome looking (Hermione's jacket is a do-want), Team Starkid just came out with a Very Potter Sequel (Rita Skeeter and Dolores Umbridge have never been so cool), and Potter Puppet Pals now has their own channel with three new videos (sweet!)
Oops. My inner fan-girl is showing. Have some videos and enjoy the utter ridiculousness. Read More
on Jul 16, 2010
Need to update your summer reading list? Why not check out the most contemporary of lit fests at Brooklyn's Market Hotel next weekend? On July 24 and 25, lit curators will come together for readings, screenings and performances. Read More
BY Alison Berry
on Jun 16, 2010
There’s no better time-waster and information provider than blogs and I am a self-proclaimed blog junkie. Food, fashion, crafts, cute, humor, completely useless, usually anything I can click to and holds my interest for more than five minutes.
My guilty favorites are "fail" blogs, specifically food and craft. There’s just something very satisfying about looking at another’s crafting and cooking failures. Personally, I think it kindles sense of kinship, especially since a lot of my crafting and cooking adventures turn pear-shaped more often than not. My latest one? Fudge. Read More