"I've never seen the kinds of gangs, killings or viciousness like what's being said." That's what one resident we spoke to had to say about this Wednesday's huge multi-agency gang raids that were centered at the Eastchester Gardens Houses in the Bronx. Show More Summary
Protecting animals in the Rage of Humanity: A conversation with world renowned photographer Tom Mangelsen and environmental writer Todd Wilkinson who are working hard to protect the bears In an increasingly human dominated world, in an epoch called the anthropocene, nonhuman animals (animals) are suffering greater than ever before. Show More Summary
by Dave Segal Utterly sensible headliner choice Death Cab for Cutie. Josh Bis If you care about Bumbershoot arts festival—held at Seattle Center this year September 2-4—you may have noticed a shift in content in 2015. That was the first,...Show More Summary
by Jen Graves Amelia Bonow & Dorli Rainey, by No Touching Ground at Glass Box Gallery. JG Straight ahead when you walk in the gallery door, you're faced with the life-sized cutout portraits of Amelia Bonow, the young Seattle woman leading...Show More Summary
Video The video above is from my oldest sons first seasons of football with the Atlanta Colts and I know that even after almost ten years many of these boys are still enjoying the sport at Dunwoody, St. Pius X, Wesleyan and Woodward Academy. Show More Summary
by Eli Sanders May Day 2015. Alex Garland I agree with Ansel that there's some seriously selective editing going on in the Puget Sound Anarchists' "riot porn" video. (Which is a bit ironic given the annual post-May Day concerns thatShow More Summary
by Dan Savage Caption: "Die Stadtwerke Augsburg haben zunächst an zwei Straßenbahn-Haltestellen Bodenampeln installiert - so soll es vor allem für abgelenkte Handynutzer mehr Sicherheit geben!" Translation: "The Augsburg City Transport...Show More Summary
by Charles Mudede SkyTrain in the suburbs of Vancouver, B.C.. Charles Mudede Vancouver's Evergreen Line Will Be in Service in 2017: SkyTrain, the second-longest urban rail system in the Pacific Northwest (it has 42 miles of track, Portland 60), is to complete a new line, Evergreen Line, early next year. Show More Summary
Nobody calls Christopher Caldwell by his real name except for his mother and bill collectors. Everyone else refers to him as Bob, which is short for Bob the Drag Queen — his stage name. This Georgia-raised, now New York City-based artist and performer has been caught in a whirlwind of gigs since appearing on Logo...
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If we learned anything from the trailer to the movie Flight, it's that only Denzel Washington can be trusted to pilot a plane upside-down while drunk. Everyone else is going to get into a lot of trouble that can't be smoothed over by...Show More Summary
In a Key & Peele sketch come-to-life, 39 members and affiliates of a Brooklyn-based rap group were arrested this week on charges of credit card fraud and running a $414,000 identity-theft ring—accusations they not-so-subtly bragged about in their songs. Show More Summary
TweetHey look – it’s the streetcar what’s named Desire: Or at least it’s somebody’s view of what big city living should look like. “Precita Eyes Mural Outside Laguna Honda Hospital Nears Completion“ Yeah, Lover I’m off the streets Gonna go where the bright lights And the big city meet With a red guitar, on fire […]
Atlanta Ballet’s 2016-17 season promises to be one of the company’s most interesting ones, both onstage and off. The season will be transitional as Gennadi Nedvigin grows into his new role as artistic director. In addition to Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker, the lineup will feature two bold narrative works of the McFall era; Nedvigin’s two mixed...
I almost skipped Dreamgirls at Porchlight. I've seen and enjoyed the movie, I saw a very decent (if emotionally neutered) touring production 6 years ago, I've watched Jennifer Holliday's landmark performance of the titular first actShow More Summary
Governor Bruce Rauner's refusal to compromise and agree to a state budget is tearing at the fabric of our state's human service and higher education infrastructure. Families, children, students and seniors are suffering. They're collateral...Show More Summary
A recent study suggested getting lots of tattoos might mean you have a kick-ass immune system. Or, opting for ink might be a way "for people to come together; to learn; to rebel; to respect history and keep tradition alive," says Matt...Show More Summary
by Tobias Coughlin-Bogue The War on Drugs rages on. Pot Activists / Shutterstock DEA Approves Studying Pot Use for Vets with PTSD The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) finally gave the nod for a study to measure the effectiveness of pot as a treatment for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, reports Leafly News. Show More Summary
TweetRead the news and turn the pages: “17 Reasons Why It’s Okay To Call It Frisco – San Fran is still strictly forbidden.” And yet, here comes City Target: I dare you, Gentle Reader, to purchase this SAN FRAN shirt and walk about town. READER NOTES: “Balderdash,” Caen wrote. “The toughest guys on the old S.F. […]
by Sydney Brownstone Update below. Here is the very uncomfortable South Sound Republicans' event flier: Perhaps not the greatest year to have a cactus in a sombrero advertising a "Fiesta Mexican Buffet" in celebration of the Republican party. Show More Summary