Posts by: Ainsley Drew

Therumpus x DressHead Chevron Scalloped Sheer Mini Dress

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Therumpus x DressHead Chevron Scalloped Sheer Mini Dress – Wide Neckline This therumpus x http://www.dresshead.com/c/chevron-dresses/ one is a dazzling mini chevron dress with a waved scalloped design and half-length sheer sleeves. It has a wide neckline to emphasize your soft shoulders, adding a graceful, swan-like appearance. The scallops are crocheted in a horizontal line that […]

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Shutterclank!

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Twice a year Shutterclank! magazine hits the presses to support traditional photographers and stir up discussion. Founded by photographers Kate Contakos, Chris Schuster, and Jake Reinhart, the hope is that the magazine will further the community of lens artists, spurring them to interact and collaborate as a result of Shutterclank!’s pages and related exhibitions.

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The Rumpus Interview with Jason Kottke

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“The site was becoming unmanageable as just a hobby… so I decided I either needed to quit the site or turn it into something I could live off of… The bigger challenge was how to balance taking the site seriously while simultaneously not worrying about it too much.”

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The Greatest Marketing Campaign Ever

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Paging all 1990s hard rock fan-girls, Josh Freese is yours…for a price. The drumming genius, who has been a member of The Vandals, Devo, and A Perfect Circle, in addition to backing countless artists, ranging from Avril Lavigne to Rob Zombie, is coming out with his sophmore solo album, Since 1972. But much in the […]

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At the Intersection of Football and Porn

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By now everybody has heard that last night football fans in Tuscon got thirty free seconds of Jenna Jameson doing what she’s famous for in a mistake that was the answer to every teenage boy’s prayers. So Comcast messed up and showed some porn, PETA’s girls-on-vegetables ad was banned, and a few years ago Janet […]

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The High Definite: Definitely Awesome

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It’s rare to wade through the kiddie pool of the Internet and be taken out at the ankles by a website that’s the equivalent of a great white shark. The High Definite is such a site. A combination of random entertainment, snark, and style, it’s what most men’s magazines wish they could be. There are […]

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The New York Times Tackles Lesbian Separatism

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Keeping the fires of fledgling feminism stoked is the responsibility of the Alapine lesbian community in the region of the Appalachians in northeastern Alabama. “Community” has become a loose term in this day and age, reflecting more a mentality during parades, parties, and politics than an actual, well, community. Not so with Alapine, as reported […]

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Better Late Than Never: Bebe

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Bebe won a Grammy in 2005, and then promptly retired. These days, when there are pitifully few female Latin artists on the charts, this revolutionary gypsy songstress is sorely missed. In case you missed her flash in the pan, here’s a link to the video for “Malo,” the song that won her a golden phonograph. […]

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The Inside-out Teddy Bear

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Kent Rogowski’s unraveled and reraveled Bears are regular teddy bears taken apart, turned inside-out, and stitched back together. While this may be the stuff and stuffing that childhood nightmares are made of, the inverted critters are pretty endearing. Metaphor? Message? Cry for help? No matter what you take from it, inside-out teddy bears just look […]

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Psycho Dwarf

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British parents are eschewing traditional fairy tales because of their “un-PC” and “frightening” tone. With Hannah Montana and the cast

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