Shannon Elliott “Dirty Knees” is a visual arts exhibition exploring mixed-race identities, featuring artists Nomi Chi, Shannon Elliott, Katie So, Mandy Tsung and Lauren YS (all of half-Asian ancestry). The title of the show is a reference to the … Continue reading →
"The band consisted of Mitch Mitchell (Jimi Hendrix Experience drummer), John McLaughlin (guitar), Herbie Hancock (keys), Billy Cox (Band of Gypsys bassist), Wayne Shorter (sax), and Larry Young (organ). Teo Macero co-produced."
Basically, stop eating and drinking anything fun, and only eat and drink things that are not fun. Like milk, which I'm allergic to ... ohhhhhhh. Maybe my lactose intolerance is part of what caused the fibroids. HMM.
When I was a kid, my father brought home from I know not where an enormous collection of National Geographic magazines spanning the years 1917 to 1985. I found, tucked in almost every issue, one of the magazine’s gorgeous maps—of the Moon, St.
"The house that really tickled my fancy this year was the Tomb of the Ancients. Can you tell me about the mythology inspiration and what ancient evils have arose?
We’re all very much history buffs here. From South American, Asian and Egyptian cultures, we’ve created a world that mixes of a lot of different cultural mythologies. My favorite creature that guests will encounter is the Amut, which has the face of a crocodile with the mane and front paws of a lion."
Thirty years ago today, a wonderfully weird Jim Henson movie was released: 1986's Labyrinth, starring Jennifer Connelly as a lost young girl on a quest to find her little brother, and David Bowie as the mysterious Goblin King hell-bent on winning her heart. With gorgeous creature and puppet design by legendary artist Brian Froud, the iconic Bowie soundtrack, and a story that inspired strange kids everywhere, Labyrinth is a cult classic in more wa...