Donna Hughes, the URI professor who has made it her personal mission to ban prostitution in the Ocean State, has used a lot of tactics over the years. She has testified before the state house, she has written melodramatic newspaper editorials, she has put a
When you walk into the new-ish Waste Not Want Not art gallery/crafts boutique/second-hand clothing store/performance space. . . look up. This lovely chandelier by Anna Shapiro suggests jars filled with lightning bugs and is just one of many fascinating pieces for sale at WNWN (more
UPDATE 8/15: All charges dropped. “‘She’s not a criminal,’ McEnaney said. ‘She’s a walking cartoon character, when she’s in character.’” Here’s the now-embeddable video, which has amassed its own little YouTube following and you should really watch if you somehow haven’t seen it: UPDATE 4/6:
If you’re in the Boston area today, and are in need of a mid-afternoon, same-sex activity, wander over to Boston Common and partake in the Great National Kiss-In at 2pm. From their Facebook Group: After recent incidents in El Paso, TX and Salt Lake City,
This post obviously calls for a lyric or song title as headline. I have a thing for John Wesley Harding — Apologies if the song is too obscure for a hackneyed headline-pun. Music below. The story is just ridiculous in too many ways to enumerate.
That’s the required line of dialogue in this year’s 48 Hour Film Project. The other required elements are a coffee pot or coffee maker, and there better be some sort of addict named Sam or Sonya. It all comes together tonight with a showing of