Don't Die Wondering. December 17, 2013 20 Favourite Tracks Of 2013 In alphabetical order: Arca - &&&&& Mixtape Banks - Change Prometheus Movie Discussion Link to Timeline: Welcome to the most expansive timeline of the Alien films available. It is based on the four 20th Century Fox films: Alien, Aliens, Alien 3, and Alien Resurrection, their respective novelisations, and film production information from a variety of sources. DanceCrasher DanceCrasher – the monkey speaks his mind – Home About DanceCrasher Jane Austen’s Contemporaries - Regency Reader Janeites and hist-ro fans undoubtedly have wished at least once (if not many, many times) that there were more Austens to read and absorb, to soak in during a long hot soak, to curl up to at bedtime. And almost having exhausted Heyer’s most excellent body of hist-ro works, I began to seriously wish this yet again. So after a troll, here is the wonderful world of Jane Austen’s contemporaries now just a click away.
Billionaire Boys Club Blog Our apologies for not updating the blog; we’ve been caught up with the latest BBCICECREAM releases. We know this is late, but better late than never! SpongeBob SquarePants threw Pharrell a 41st Birthday celebration at Cipriani’s on Wall Street. The space was transformed into Bikini Bottom and featured special guests such as SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, and Celebrity friends. Check out the decor and pictures after the jump!
zombo blog Words by Jesse Serwer, Photos by Kevin Ornelas For years, “What ever happened to Patra?” has been one of the great mysteries of dancehall music. elite + taste. We manage Wale, Mike Posner, All Out, PRGz. Consult Y&R, Orisue clothing, Cloud9 watches. Last night I saw the Grammy nominations and was ecstatic as my friend and former client Wale was nominated for Best Rap Song. As I scrolled through the nominees I noticed an unfamiliar name garnering a nomination in the EDM category: Al Walser. I wouldn’t consider myself an EDM connoisseur but I am pretty familiar with the big names and up and comers.
Some Came Running So. A couple of months, or weeks, or something, ago—my sense of time grows simultaneously more compressed and expanded as I grow older—someone on social media asked me where I ranked Bond movie X, and it reminded me that a few years back I labored somewhat mightily for my then-freelance-client, an entity called MSN Movies, on a lengthy piece in which I ranked the Bond pictures. That piece, published in annoying multi-click "gallery" form, has been purged from what is left of the MSN website, along with pretty much everything else I did for it. Fortunately, or unfortunately, I've been keeping my original submitted versions of much if not all of my work for my freelance clients backed up. So I thought, well, now that Spectre's coming out, everybody else is ranking the Bond films, why shouldn't I get some of that Secret Agent Traffic?
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Scene and Heard with Will McGuirk Paul Reddick Band is booked to play the Music By The Bay club in Pickering. The blues player of the first order will be in Nov. 25. MuchMusic presents: K-Os Oct. 2 at the Masonic Temple in Toronto. The versatile rapper originally from Whitby will perform an one hour concert featuring collaborations with friends such as Emily Haines , Shad , Seb Grainger and others. Universal Music Canada will release the footage as a combination CD/DVD on Oct. 4. Luke Doucet has curated the first Sleepwalk Guitar Festival which will take place Nov. 4 - 6 at the Great Hall in Toronto.
Best of 2013 This year has been a strange one for me; but considering that last year I didn't even get around to putting together an end-of-year summary, I guess all's well that ends well... I've been leafing through my entire year of blogging last night, trying to gain an outside perspective on my creative olfactory life, and my conclusion is: 2013 was the year of the forest! I've spent more time than usual (though still not enough) in the woods, finding inspiration in the scents as well as the resilience and grounded stability of the thriving trees. Decidedly I was not going to launch any new perfume in 2013.