Part two of Sali Hughes’ In The Bathroom interview with Caitlin Moran is up on her YouTube page! Her make-up drawer is as messy as mine! Also I’ve finished Moran’s book (yes I read very fast-it’s my only super power) How to be Famous. Can I just say that it’s brilliant! And it’s such a …
It’s been four years since the debut novel How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran came out. Those who have followed this blog for a while (all nine of you! Bless!) know what that the spectacular Moran is a personal heroine of mine. As a writer she’s someone I look up to as well. …
Some like to stay in for St. Valentine’s Day. Stay in and watch movies that at first glance aren’t really in keeping with the spirit of that particular holiday but trust me when I say that these are really some of the most romantic films I’ve seen in a long time. Not feel good rom-coms …
Today’s links are all about Jane Austen. In truth where would literature be without her. I know I would be a poorer reader and writer without her. 11 Jane Austen Quotes that prove she was the queen of sass! A delightful re-boot for modern Janites! Virginia Woolf on Jane Austen (1924) More Jane Quotes! Jane …
My favorite is the Nickleback technique.
Wow! Phillip Chbeeb and Renee Kester’s modern dance on a subway platform is, well, wow! The music is by Elliot Moss, a favorite artist of mine, makes this even better! Happy Friday folks!
I’m a fan of The Design Files‘ Melbourne Mornings series. Recently they’ve featured artist Kirra Jamison. She’s inspired me to think about new projects. Maybe break out of my comfort zone and explore more color, bolder shapes, experiment. How amazing is her studio space? *swoons*
Trailer for the upcoming documentary funded by Kickstarter. The film explores the intricate process of Sake making and the dedication of this family owned (6 generations!) brewery and it’s employees.
My son showed me this (He always shows me the coolest stuff). They cook real food in miniature on teeny weensy tiny appliances. I died from the cuteness. I’m blogging this from the great beyond.
This jazz age cover of Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise” is a clever treat! If you think about it, it is fitting of 1925 as well as 1995. Check out more Scott Bradley & Postmodern Jukebox