The thing is, I have a job. I have my own office, with my name on the door. And...– Peggy Olsen, last night.
Saving the World's Women →
[For our part, we like to think of aid as a kind of lubricant, a few drops of oil in the crankcase of the developing world, so that gears move freely again on their own. That is what the assistance to Tererai amounted to: a bit of help where and when it counts most, which often means focusing on women like her. And now Tererai is gliding along freely on her own — truly able to hold up half the...
We Love You So →
The group blog from the crew/creators of Where the Wild Things Are, and about the only thing I want to read on the Internet lately.
Patrick Watson-Mr. Tom Lazy, sticky, summer...
There are prissy people who think sticking fingers in food is dirty, but...– James Beard, The Theory and Practice of Good Cooking
Anyone who has heard my Allison-eating-pizza or Jessie-driving-home-from-the-strip-club impressions knows that I need one of these badly.
After Truffaut died, I heard that Jean-Pierre Léaud had suffered a kind of...– Ok, Molly Ringwald, you’ve charmed me again.
Expect the unexpected - who knows how the story will evolve, but get tweeting...– Alison Duthie, Royal Opera House of London. There is a new opera with a libretto being composed entirely on Twitter happening in London. Just doing some diligent reporting from the End Times desk.