UPDATE 6/23: As Frank Chandler's comment (in the comments section below) suggests, there is a new policy. It's FAR better. See it here.
Here's the official photo policy for the Nateva festival, as sent to us by Jonathan Fine of Elevate Communications.
It's not that bad that the festival specifically bans accredited photographers from taking pictures of illegal activity, including nudity or drug use.
Robbie Kanner over at Vision for Viewers sent along another great slideshow of local music, from the Labor Day Records fifth anniversary party. Lost on Liftoff, Spencer and the School Spirit Mafia, Sidecar Radio, and Cosades!
We mourned its untimely demise, but Polaroid insta-film is making a comeback! At a news conference in Hong Kong yesterday, Polaroid announced that, in collaboration with an Austrian company called The Impossible Project (which acquired the Netherlands Polaroid factory when it shut down), it will start selling Polaroid cameras and Instant Film again in 2010