B-Boy Limping

Spider-man made me uncomfortable…
November 25, 2010, 4:22 pm
Filed under: New York, sometimes i like to do things with dolls

…today at the Macy’s Thanksgiving parade.

I mean, I guess it was sort of my fault? He was shy at first, and woulda just floated on by, but I had to say something.

“Hi Spider-Man, what’s up. I’m B-Boy.”

“Oh, hey gurl. That’s a cool name.”

Awesome. Spider-Man and I were totally gonna make out. But then, guys, he creeps up a little more, and:

BAM! Ass in my face. For like, a minute.

“Like what you see gurl?”


I didn’t know what to do, so I closed my eyes.

And when I opened them again, he was gone.

Happy Thanksgiving!

P.S. The building on the left is The Dakota. John Lennon fans know what I’m sayin’.

You light up my life
November 23, 2010, 9:49 am
Filed under: New York, sometimes i like to do things with dolls

April Bloomfield took me back to junior high
November 22, 2010, 10:49 am
Filed under: Hey Ladieesss!, New York | Tags:

Specifically Lord of the Flies, with this bad boy…

…who on Saturday the Breslin and Spotted Pig chef (and recent New Yorker profile subject) butchered for an audience at the Levi’s pop up Workshop in Soho.

Pointing out beautiful, beautiful fat.

Contemplating meat.

“I’ma count to three and then I’ma jump out and yell SURPRISSSEEE!”

“I dunno, man, doesn’t he look sad to you?”

Tonight the ladies saw David Duchovny
November 21, 2010, 1:22 am
Filed under: Hey Ladieesss!, New York, Theater

… at his play, Neil LaBute’s The Break of Noon. And they fangirled the fuck out.

First they got a playbill signed…

Then they did this:

Two things I love:

1) That for some reason Jen’s clutching her Cleopatra book, ready to break it open if there’s a reading emergency, and

2) How appalled the woman on the left looks. She is clearly not a X-Files/Californication/sex addict fan.

C’mon lady, he went to rehab!

Tough crowd.

Last night I saw Jay-Z at the NYPL…
November 16, 2010, 4:12 pm
Filed under: Music, New York, oy oy oy

… and all I wanted was for him to sign “I got 99 Problems but B-Boy ain’t one” in my copy of Decoded, but he did this instead:

This is his favorite joke.

[Check out highlights from the night here.
or watch the stream yourself.]

Last night I saw Cee Lo Green…
November 12, 2010, 9:15 am
Filed under: Hey Ladieesss!, Music, New York, oy oy oy

…at the W Hotel. It was a private function of sorts, and I’m pretty sure a lot of the folks there had no idea who he was (we actually overheard someone explaining it to her date. “He’s this rapper, now he’s more R&B/soul ……..”)

Cape on.

Cape off.

But it was fine, whatever, the old white men were the reason it was  happening. With free alcohol. Cee Lo played his album The Lady Killer and even though most people had only heard “Fuck You” (Or “Fox News” if you saw the Colbert segment), feet were shuffling. Heads were bopping. One old white man had his hands covering his ears but he kept moving towards the stage. (How does that work?) Because of this:


“We’re gonna have a good time tonight!”

“With my awesome lady band!”

“But first I gotta take my glasses off so I can get a good look at ya.”

“Yeaaaahhhh. That’s good.”


“I dunno C, are you really a lady killer?”


“Okay, let’s go!”

“We never go anywhere,” he said.
November 7, 2010, 10:34 pm
Filed under: 'Stache, Nature!, New York | Tags:

And he’s right. But it’s a dangerous world out there! If it were up to me I’d keep him on a leash, within sight at all times.

But sometimes you have to let go.

So we took a trip to Coney Island, where New ‘Stache had been before, just not in the daytime.

We stumbled upon the end of a swim by the Coney Island Polar Bear Club, where N’S became friendly with a particularly hairy bear:

And we checked out the remnants of Shoot the Freak (RIP):

We met this guy, who didn’t speak English, but is possibly left over from Saturday’s “Save Ruby’s” Rally (they’ve been ordered out by developers):

And then we relaxed on the beach, where New ‘Stache meditated by the water…

…and worked on his tan.

Catching rayz.

New ‘Stache was a little sad, though, because the Coney Island we love is being forced out by the same dudes that brought us the sprawling and magical (NOTTTT) Luna Park. So before we left we signed a petition to renew Ruby’s lease.

You should do that too! And until next time…

unicorn parking
November 7, 2010, 9:29 am
Filed under: Nature!, oy oy oy, sometimes i like to do things with dolls

A moment of silence for Carlos D
November 7, 2010, 9:24 am
Filed under: Music, New York

…and now it’s over (hi keyboardist Brandon Curtis!).

[Interpol at the United Palace, 11/5/2010]

Investment opportunity

Once I had a Manson poster in my room that my mom tore down and hid (/burned) because I think she thought it let in evil spirits.

It’s okay, though, because this is SO MUCH better:

Now, who’s gonna buy it for me?

(part of the Alternative Press 25th anniversary art show, Oct 21-23 at Sloan Fine Art)