All posts for the month June, 2006

Is it Flag Day yet?

You’ll have to excuse the absence, I’m absolutely oppressed with work right now, which includes eating delicious minestrone and writing about a vaudevillian washboard-playing bicycle-riding lesbian pop-folk duet. Productivity should pick up soon, however, because this morning I finally bought a chair.

Repeat after me:

I walked into the Hoboken Starbucks the other day, and in the corner of one of their eerily brightly-colored blackboards advertising a banana coconut Frapuccino was written the word “conformity” with an X through it. I was going to take a picture of it today, but it wasn’t there anymore. I was also going to [...]

Shelia Take A Bow

That title has nothing to do with anything, except for the fact that I can’t get that song out of my head, and it was the only thing I was capapble of typing at the time. Thirty seconds ago. When I had to write a title. I think the A/C is freezing my central nervous [...]

Survivor: Acadia National Park

We’re going to be hiding in a cabin in Maine for the next week with nothing but a movie projector and the card game There’s a Moose in the House, and no internet access (oh the humanity!). So I’ll leave you with this photo from Memorial Day, which looks like I superimposed Sarah Brown in [...]

Don’t ask, don’t tell

Today I got an ongoing freelance gig doing music features and reviews for an network of GBLT news and entertainment portals. I’m pretty stoked about it, because while it doesn’t pay much, it does pay something, meaning they do consider freelancers professionals (as opposed to start-ups that pay in “great clips and exposure!”). Plus it [...]