the art direction of that stage looks is highly impressive.
good to hear coming from someone who knows art direction!
um, so i just realized, i wrote, "...of the stage looks is..."
yeah I was about to comment on the stage set.
So what shoot in Bryant Park did you do? Sounds like fun whatever it was.
When I was with Pixie at the Roundhouse gigs a couple of years ago the 'hey aren't you Pixie' comments just made me laugh, I mean, no-one else really Then I started getting, a couple of years later, 'are you Polstar?'. Very odd. But nice!
it was an editorial shoot. came out lovely.
pixie's hard to miss!
i see fish's eddy
i know right where you were
that store has fun stuff
right by maggie fox's house!
You're up late.
(for posting on lj)
's hair looks frigging awesome. That's a great look for her, blonde or not.
i think she's got 3 different hairsyles in the play.
I've had cuts/colors like that in the past and really enjoyed them.
I love wandering through cities chasing the ghosts of history! Whenever I'm in Lower Downtown, I still keep an eye out for the specter of Neal Cassady's father sometimes in what used to be Denver's skid row. I always stop for a minute when I pass Allen Ginsburg's old basement apartment on Grant Street too.
One of these days I think I'll head down to Colorado Springs and chase Nikola Tesla.
Hello, fellow Denverite! .:tips hat:.
I've been meaning to take one of the Haunted Denver tours since I moved here in 2003, but haven't yet. I hope to do it this year, though. It will be so fabulous to learn those little snippets of Denver's history you can only get with a good ghost story.
Spend enough time in Cheeseman Park at night and you'll have ghost stories of your very own in no time. The Capitol Hill area is FULL of ghosts, literal, metaphorical, and historical; but if you want haunted, Cheeseman Park is the place to go.
Hey - I hear ya on the Neal Cassady stuff. In his collection of letters, what was it called, The First Third, or something - there was this awesome letter to Kesey describing how he was currently hanging out at some Minister's house in South Jersey - Millville, I think it was. For years I was so tempted to hunt down the folks who had Neal over during the Prankster years.
and as I'm staggering from the plane in the type of slow witted joy that heretofore was reserved for people like Paris Hilton and Donald Trump, I wave to the flight attendant and say "Th-(hic!)-anks! (burp!)" and she says: "Bye now! And by the way, I love Roswell!"
This made me shout with laughter. I disturbed the cats, matter of fact. The dog seems to be used to the outbursts.
bryant park = fashion shoot?
it was editorial, it went really well.
ooo, which magazine, if im allowed to ask?
i'll post it when it's out.
Ha! Oh man..what an awesome Roswell Is Famous story!
it's the best i can think of at the moment.
, Glamourous in any Era.
that redeye flight story is great. roswell must be your patron saint. :)
The set looks really well done and the play itself looks VERY intriguing! I wish I could go!
That is a KILLER "I-know-who-you-are" story! Huzzah for nice people!
I can make loud cracking noises with my toes. I wonder if I can make some money off of that.
it's not the cracking, it's the convincing people that it's ghosts making the noise that gets you money....
lol @ using GPS to figure out that 42nd St is not far from 19th :)
You can't stand on a strangers stairs imagining dead magicians all day,
Best sentence of the month, hands down.
"bloated like a stuffed turkey and potted like a plant"
my favorite sentence of the day. you win!
Your adventures are made of win. I never know which way the adventure will turn.
roswell got you free alcohol and food! roswell is awesome!
The noodle place in Union Square is Republic. And it is consistently fantastic.
Now you know for your next visit!
there ya go. crispy tofu and hot sake.
but it's always lovely to come by and read about your life :-)
I wonder if you've seen this?
In case you hadn't, I thought you'd be interested :-)Best of the Month -
Music Editor's Choice
Not surprisingly, Amanda Palmer
!Palmer’s debut delivers a dynamic and stunning record barely able to contain its own creativity
woohoo! what a great album. i'm very happy to have been a part of it.
I was excited to see this, and to share it with you