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  • Oh New Yorker, must we encourage them? (Atlantic Wire)
  • The remains of Richard III were unearthed beneath a car park in England. Isn’t that always the way?  (New York Times)
  • News of a new Tina Fey project certainly reassures one. (Splitsider)
  • Fashion week is just days away, and some are asking: in a world where Carmen Electra and celebrity dog fashion shows are on the schedule—and real life designers like Rachel Roy and Erin Fetherston are not—has something gone horribly tweaky? (Racked National)
  • Unbelievable footage of Bruce Springsteen playing Max’s Kansas City in 1972. (Gothamist)
Posted on February 5th, 2013 4 Comments

4 Responses

  1. YAY to Tina Fey!!! And that Paul Pell sounds like one funny lady – The Nest sounds hee-hee-heeelarious!

  2. I haven’t received that new Yorker yet — but I just giggled out loud when I saw it here. Is it the Hipster Issue??

  3. Donna says:

    If Fashion Week continues in this direction, it may become a consumer event, and the actual buyers will find a different way to see the collections. I would love to come to New York and see shows (I’m not a buyer,just a blogger), but I can see where industry buyers would begin to be annoyed by the commercialism.
    Donna
    http://www.prettysparklythings.blogspot.com

  4. Donna says:

    I don’t think that commercialism was the best word to use in my comment above. But I’m too tired to think of a better one.