Puma’s The Mongolian Shoe BBQ experience is back with the iconic hoops style. Here are “twbe” design’s. Problem is you never can commit to a final style.
Check out WILLIAM SPENCER’S, skating for the Denver’s Holorado skate video.
David Bowie is on the Sotheby’s block at the end of November, you can buy some vintage t-shirts for a couple $1000.00 each. Or you can pick this little gem up.
“Fans of a certain age will remember well the nervousness they felt when DB was arrested, along with three others, at the Americana Rochester Hotel in the early hours of March 21st after a show at the War Memorial in Rochester, New York.
Press reports on both sides of the Atlantic screamed “Bowie Busted” (still have the cuttings) and there was genuine concern that our man could be sent down for fifteen years after he was charged with “fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana”.
Anyway, after raising the $2,000 bail each for himself and his companions (who included one James Osterberg, Jr.) David returned to have his picture taken four days later on the 25th.
“Next to MoMA, a Tower Will Reach for the Stars”, Jean Nouvel, has designed a new building that will go up in midtown right next to the MOMA. “A new 75-story tower designed by the architect Jean Nouvel for a site next to the Museum of Modern Art in Midtown promises to be the most exhilarating addition to the skyline in a generation. Its faceted exterior, tapering to a series of crystalline peaks, suggests an atavistic preoccupation with celestial heights. It brings to mind John Ruskin
This Saturday and Sunday check out Crane Street Open Studios. From 12-6 on Saturday and Sunday, the public will be free to tour 5 levels of art studios housing the working spaces of over 100 artists. Open Studios event will also feature a silent auction of works created by artists in the building. Sponsored by Sierra Nevada, and Dog Head Crafted Brewed Ale.
For more info:Crane Street Open Studios
46-23 Crane Street Long Island City, NY 11101
ESPO keeps popping up everywhere, this time on the cover of the December issue of Juxtapoz. The article on the man is spot on, and guides the reader through the wild personality who was born with the name Stephen Powers. On newsstands now.
So as we all know there is a writer’s strike going on. But, that does not mean that we have to be without SNL and 30 Rock. Both of these shows are set to perform live at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater on Saturday and Monday, respectively. While advance tickets are sold out, you can get in line and hope to make it inside the 120-seat theater. via, the Gothamist
Kate moss december vogue.
“Dynamite waiting to happen!” is what Anjay called it. Morbidly, he forecasted his own demise as the council members decided to “mix up” the districts. This episode’s end would find our Bollywood bound Hindu from Blue crying to whichever of his thousands of gods would listen as Greg exclaimed, “Dude, SHUT UP!” to his lame pre-challenge pep-talk and would ultimately dispute his seat on the town council. “Mix up” turned out to be a relative term when all but Laurel, whose course red hair and gritty New England accent left little room for discussion, added 1 member from another district to theirs, shattering friendships in the process but retaining the overall stink of each district. Despite adding Blaine, the girly pussies of Yellow still cried themselves to sleep at night, everyone on Blue still hates Anjay, especially since he split up Greg and Blaine, and Red is even more of a bunch of boogers with Nathan added to the mix (except for DK and Markelle; anyone who would buy a pogo stick for the sole purpose of ripping down someone’s campaign banner and pogo-ing on it in the center of town is alright in my book). But it wasn’t all bad, Blaine took advantage of his transfer to move out of Greg’s shadow. His increased presence was not overlooked as he was awarded the gold star this week. Still drunk on his newly acquired $20,000 of solid gold, Blaine put forth his bid to take on Zach for district leader as elections loom on the horizon. In his words, “I’m a man of action. I can get things done. Sometimes it takes actions to get things done.” That’s good talkin’ son. Here’s to hoping that it takes action to get things done all the time. Enjoy your 20G payday Blainester, GeneP out.
NY Mag’s “The Ten Video Games That Should Be Movies (and the Directors Who Should Make Them)”. Highlights include Larry Clark directing Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and Michel Gondry directing Tetris.
This Thanksgiving on the balmy streets of New York, the artist Jeff Koons will have a balloon based on the rabbit sculpture above flying in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Yup, that’s about it.
This product is a USB charge / synchro connector for exclusive use of iPod.
I connect iPod to a PC or USB/AC adapter. For more information go here, and if your in Japan pick me up one.
Heading to NYC? Going anywhere in the Continental Us? You need to know where the clubs are, stripclubs that is. Check out StripClubMap. Another useful Google mashup.
Now that Swindle has their archives up on the internet, you can dig around through their earlier issues and uncover some great features that may have escaped you previously. Like this interview with Swoon by Marc Schiller of Wooster Collective. Probably the greatest interview with her I have ever read.
Wednesday’s muse, Vicky. These one name models are hard to find.