which is actually known as UGG Australia (so that's who makes these
things), has finally deigned itself to open a store on Newbury Sreet.
For the boots most popular with high school girls in the more popular
cliques what could be better to celebrate the grand opening than an
ironic cocktail party co-hosted by GQ
Welcome to "Meet the Mayor," a segment in which we interview local Foursquare Mayors in
their natural habitats.
Flann O'Brien'sMike Gildea
Do you and your
friends win at Tuesday trivia night often?Kind of often. I guess that's why we keep coming.
What's your trivia
Bodega Girls are at "Cook'n With Trash" @ Middlesex on Sunday, Aug 14
"Cook'n With Trash: Rock n' Roll Art Show" | Art by Shane Jones (a/k/a L!L L!L!) and music by DJ Paul Foley, Headband, Doomstar! and DJ Nolskie. With members of Bodega Girls- tarot raffle reading by Carmen O'Connor and Evan Kenney emcees |
| Sunday, August 14 @ 7 pm | middlesexlounge.
Ring Boxing ClubAditya Bharadwaj
Why are you a member
of this boxing club instead of regular Fight Club?Well, I want to maintain my face. I would like to join it,
William Gibson has been called the father of cyberpunk and coined the
term "cyberspace" back when Internet was little more than a twinkle in DARPA's eye.
That's enough to mean that he's probably developed a fan base devout
enough to build shrines in his honor, or at least commemorative iPad
if you ask Gibson himself -- like one audience member did during a
Brookline Booksmith reading at the Coolidge Corner Theatre last year --
it still doesn't make him a celebrity.
Mac Miller headlines the Boston Urban Music fest on Saturday
Richard James & The Name Changers | Tsongas
Center "Back Lawn,"
300 Martin Luther King Jr. Way,
Lowell | August 4 @ 7 pm | TsongasCenter.com
Series BBQ | With Adam Golaski, Anne Ipsen, Ray Carbonneau, and Timothy
Gager | Out of the Blue Gallery, 106
Prospect St, Cambridge
| August 5 @ 8 pm | direreader.
With increasing signs that the economy is laboring, most economists agree that a short-term infusion of spending, or an extension of this year's temporary cut in Social Security taxes, could help fend off a new downturn.
But whatever one thinks of the debt deal—and most of its billions in cuts won't come for a few years—there's a near-consensus in Washington against spending increases.
This is probably a joke. We're pretty sure this is a joke. Well, we're hoping it is, in which case, shame on whoever exploited these kiddies for political humor, but whatever, we'll take it. Brianna and Jolene of Phoenix, Arizona really want you to vote for Michele Bachmann. They've been following her campaign, and they know she's got the goods.
The Village Voice has helpfully obtained and annotated a copy of the contract that MTV's Real World contestants must sign -- it starts with signing your life away, and then gets crazier from there. According to the Voice:
"Under the stipulations of the following standard contract, participants in Real World--the grandaddy of "reality" shows, after Cops--agree to the following terms: