what the hell is with this preggo celeb shots?
happy birthday to the queen of mean Joanna Lumley!
channeling princess grace
someone needs to tell mimi a preggo belly is not a canvas.
abfab on the 1s and 2s ready to make your feet bleed…..
hunter open studios
450 w 41 st
straight from dave 1’s set
PLAY FOR JAPAN – Japan Relief Concert
Sunday 24 April, 8:30PM (door opens at 8:00pm)
at PUBLIC ASSEMBLY: 70 North 6th St., Brooklyn, NY 11211
Admission: $20 at the door
The death toll in Japan is now up to 12,259 and more than 15,000 people are still missing. more than 160,000 people have been displaced from their houses, live in the shelters, and many people are now facing the danger of nuclear radiation. We want to show continued support and be a part of the community sending aid and love to Japan.
PLAY FOR JAPAN is a Japan Relief concert that has been organized by Rachel Mason and Yuka Yokoyama. 100% of the admission will go to the Japan Society’s Japan Earthquake Relief Fund. Public Assembly will also kindly donate 10% of bar proceeds to the Relief Fund.
This event was made possible through the care and effort that’s been provided by friends, family and valued colleagues.
Little Band of Sailors
Simon made a song… and to pay respect, here’s a compliation mixtape of all of the real housewives pop moments:
this post is dedicated to victoria & cristina. keep sending sloppy recordings. were gonna make it big someday!
La MaMa Gallery
6 East 1st Street NY NY
April 21 – May 22, 2011
Opening reception: Thursday, April 21, 6 – 9pm
Performance by Irvin Morazan at 7 pm
Curated by Ian Cofre and Omar Lopez-Chahoud
Alberto Borea, Monika Bravo, Tania Candiani, caraballo-farman, Sergio de la Torre, Blane De St. Croix, Ricardo Gonzalez, M & X, Teresa Margolles, Tom McGrath, Irvin Morazan, Richard Mosse, Alex Rivera, Javier Tellez, Patricia A. Valencia, Ishmael Randall Weeks, and Judi Werthein.
Tracing the Unseen Border is an exhibition curated by Ian Cofre and Omar Lopez-Chahoud that takes a look at the dynamics surrounding the border between Mexico and the United States. Each of the participating artists critically engages questions about this imaginary line, some as a representation of the actual physical space that separates both countries, and yet is unseen by a large part of the nations’ populations. Others turn their focus to the social, political, and economic implications affecting those who are determined to cross it. Collectively, the artists begin to expose the broader context in which there has been a move to obscure the border. This tendency coincides with a political discourse and policies that have shifted to border security, immigration reform, and protectionism. The artists’ works will help reveal and unravel the interconnectedness of this contemporary landscape to those who may feel far removed.
Go see our fellow Hunter Irvin perform in this crazy getup:
dedicated to a friend who wasnt sure if these were fashion forward. rule of thumb: if whole foods sells em, stay away.