This weekend I was in Washington DC/ Maryland for early Thanksgiving festivities with some very special people and riding around, looking at all the monuments and tourists stuff in the car was fun, BUT the most fascinating thing I did all weekend was go to a regular ol’ suburban mall in Maryland. Since I live […]
NOTE: This is the first part in my much delayed “who knows how long this is going to take” series on my concert-going experience at the Iceland Airwaves festival this year in Reykjavik (yes, I finally learned how to spell it without looking it up), Iceland. Enjoy! OCTOBER 19, 2006 Yesterday I go into town […]
Holla. I’m sitting right outside my gate at the airport in Iceland. FREE WIFI. A stewardess just rolled by on a Razor. This country is awesome. See you back in NYC.
Ok I’m still alive, but so so tired. I saw a freaking geysir today! I also saw this awesome band last night at NASA called Ã†la, and you should check them out. They sing in Icelandic, but they rock. I am falling asleep but I just wanted to say I’m still alive and kicking it. […]
Hola amigos! I’m in Reykjavik right now and it’s SO COLD and the keyboards are different here. Everyone has been so nice and friendly and I just came back from seeing the Northern Lights which was amazing. I missed We Are Scientists (who were on my flight over) tonight as a result, but hey–you probably […]
See you next week… but knowing me, I’ll probably update from the road.
In no particular order: Trader Joe’s Holy smoke! I grew up with a Trader Joe’s near me, but for some reason I never went to it–probably because I didn’t cook. I just recently got back into *gasp* shopping at the supermarket to cook in my apartment, and one day after I’d been to Union Square […]
Check out this hilarious entry by Rachel and the City regarding “dumb shoes” that girls wore at this year’s Lollapalooza festival in Chicago. I do have to say, wearing cowboy boots is really played out, but not the stupidest thing you could wear to a festival if you plan on being in the crowd. Gladiator […]
We have heat-seeking missiles, the ability to travel in space, to clone animals, yet the most advanced technology we have in fireworks is making boxes and smiley faces. Please explain.
…message someone you recognized on the street from their MySpace/ Flickr/ Friendster/ etc profile? It’s a funny little thing, this Internet, how you can be “friends” with someone online, but never meet them–and then when you DO see them in real life, it becomes totally creepy to go up to them and say, “Hey, I […]