Also, VanHoose and Thompson are judging a DOG... →
I have to say, I’m kinda jealous (NOT of the dogs). I’m pretty sure dog slobber is a fountain-of-youth/happy-potion-that-makes-every-problem-seem-pointless cure-all.
Apparently keeping your maiden name is worth about... →
Not giving up one’s own name: priceless. Really, it doesn’t matter to me one way or the other; I’m just glad women have that choice these days. Now if we can just work out that little detail about equal pay.
Sprockets final deadline is this Friday
This in from the very good folks at Sprockets: Drop off your music video and come hang out with us this Friday, April 29th 6-8pm at Flicker Theatre Entry Requirements We’ll need a signed entry form, video entry and entry fee. Preferred format is Quicktime (.mov). We cannot work with .wmv, .avi., .flv., or .swf. More specifics on the requirements can be found here:...
Today is World Intellectual Property Day. The theme this year is “Designing the...– Wait a sec, it’s National PRETZEL DAY??? Who Knew? From NPR’s Digital Daily News Budget. (via nprfreshair)
Top 10 greenest states in the country →
Icelandic bands that are not Sigur Rós →
icelandwantstobeyourfriend: Maybe you have heard about an Icelandic band called “Sigur Rós”. Here is a link for Icelandic bands that are not called Sigur Rós. Takk.
Here’s the title track from Holly Golightly...
Study Puts Georgia Music Industry’s impact at $3.7...
Georgia Music Partners, Inc. (GMP) today announced the availability of “Economic and Fiscal Impact Analysis of the Music Industry in Georgia,” by noted Ph.D. in Economics, B. William Riall. GMP sponsored the study, which is the first in-depth analysis of the state’s music industry since a 2006 Georgia State University study. Key findings include: $3,777,861,628 total impact on the state’s...
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The Real Mama Grizzlies: conservation heroines →
In the last century, many women have changed the landscape of America through their activism — among them Rosalie Edge, Mardy Murie , Celia Hunter, Rachel Carson and Mollie Beattie. And here’s a rundown of our modern-day environmental freedom fighters of the feminine persuasion (aka rockin’ women) Veronica “Ronni” Egan, Executive Director, Great Old Broads for Wilderness ...