Before sparkly R.Patz – there was Ville Valo – who we can call V.Valo, just for consistency’s sake.
Feast your eyes on this Finnish beauty:
Been a busy year. Got a dog. Picked up and moved across the country to a city with no seasons save wet and dry. Started a kick ass job at TuneUp. Got an apartment. Made friends.
Life is beautiful.
I am exhausted.
I’m always a little wary when a film studio decides to remake one of my favorite books. While some have been truly excellent (think Lord of the Rings, Fight Club or Lolita), so many have been so un-godly terrible (The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen or worse, Lost in Translation). I was a little wary when I heard that Maverick Films was remaking Twilight, one of my favorite contemporary young adult novels.
Even though I’ve forgiven whomever is responsible for this terrible Entertainment Weekly Cover, I’m still not sure how I feel about the teaser trailers that the studio’s released so far.
MTV has all of the trailers up on their page for the film. You can check them out by clicking here.
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A couple of weeks ago, I blogged about My Brightest Diamond, you can stream their newest album, A Thousand Shark’s Teeth from AOL. Seriously, give it a listen, you won’t be disappointed – especially if you’re into St. Vincent, Niko Case or any of those hip songbirds.
Radiohead – “Best of”
The Cool Kids – “Bake Sale”
The weather’s finally started shaping up to make for some summertime merry making. Having a serious allergy to the cold weather, I often ask myself, “what the hell am I doing this far North?” But, alas, my questions are always answered in the first couple days of June.
One of the best parts of living in NYC is the ability to enjoy endless fun things over the weekends (and during the week) practically for free.
The Sex and the City Movie – word on the street is that the writing is terrible, but the clothes are phenomenal. Full (though late) review to come.
The Big Apple BBQ Block Party– its no secret that I love me some barbecue.From the website: “14 of the nation’s top pitmasters wil showcase their unique, award-winning regional barbecue styles, including new additions from Virginia, California and Connecticut.” I’m most excited about sampling:
Los Angeles, CA
Beef Ribs & Cucumber,
Texas Style Brisket & Coleslaw
Gnarls Barkley at Irving Plaza– MySpace secret show. Starts at 9:40 – and its free!
And for good measure, here’s the kinda crazy video for Run :
I had the most delicious little surprise for lunch today from the Biryani Cart on 46th and 6th in midtown.
Imagine this: it tastes like Indian Food, but is rolled up like a taco in a fluffy, light, portable and wrapped buttery “tortilla” (kind of like naan, but not quite).
I got one spicy chicken and one lamb, all for a hot $5.00
More about the Kati Roll and one of my favorite midtown carts at Midtown Lunch.