Monday, June 29, 2009

Thursday, June 25, 2009

america's first thoughts on michael's passing


2. RIP MICHAEL. IM in freakin shock! God Blass you!

3. You will live forever in your artistry. Thanks Michael!

4. OMG, how sad to die so young. May he rest in peace.

5. Oh my god!!!!!!!

6. Check out for all the latest on Jacko's death!

7. Oh my God!

8. WOW! what a truly sad day. America has lost two icons who were both sooo young...
It always happens in 3's: Ed Mc Mahon, Farrah, and now the gloved one...
May they all rest in peace.
So sad

9. Rest in Peace you poor tortured soul.

10. So Sad. R.I.P.

11. rest in peace my gerni

holla from san diego.

japanese number one

12. whaoh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

preppie is the new punk

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Monday, June 22, 2009

Friday, June 19, 2009

my other blog is an art car

image by skramly

The new project has begun: home entertaining a la BlackBook.

Today only, win a free copy of Free & Dirt Cheap courtesy of KidCity Blog. Get on it!

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

my tax dollar at work

When Tommy moved in mid-March, we needed to figure out the hours that Orchard Street is closed to cars on Sundays. Simple enough. I called 311. They were clueless. I went on the DOT website and requested the info. Then I walked downstairs, looked at the sign, and noted the hours (8am to 6pm, if memory serves). It is now ninety days later, and I have, at last, my response from the city:

The Office of Construction Mitigation and Coordination (OCMC)-Streets has researched your inquiry and has found that there are some planned street fairs scheduled on Sundays, September 13th and October 18, 2009. The closures are on Orchard Street between Broome Street and Grand Street.

Ninety days for a response which doesn't answer my simple question.

This and the post office, I fear, are what will turn me Republican in my dotage.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009


Thursday, June 4, 2009

loving the ruffled front

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Monday, June 1, 2009

berkshires roadtrip

zeplin rules

literacy sux

les in the news

New American Girl doll Rebecca Rubin desecrates the Sabbath with her father at their shoe shop on Rivington Street, Big City Mom informs me.