Seasonal Looks

Fall-Winter 09: Nun
Spring 10: English tea party
Summer 10: Summer camp circa 1990

VMan: Party of the year

Who are your most important people? What was the most important time in your life? #lostfinale
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This is the new favorite song of almost everyone I went to the NKOTB concert with. (Uh, It actually comes off much better slash less-creepy live.)

This is definitely one of my favorite pictures of the night.

Hangin Tough!

Step by Step!

Aaaand the New Kids On The Block walk into the audience. All mayhem breaks loose.

NKOTB merch!

Golf + Dress = Hurrah!

Ball sacks. Haha.


I forgot what it's like to be somewhere indoors where people are allowed to smoke.

There's some hideous, fascinating, wonderful, and awful about casinos -- all at the same time. I'm here at Foxwoods all weekend doing notably un-casino-like things. Right now, I'm waiting for the golf shuttle -- I'm going to play golf for the first time ever! In a dress. Mostly because I don't own pants that aren't tuxedo pants and I can't imagine why I wouldn't be able to play golf in a dress. I mean, there's no running or jumping, right?
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Hello Foxwoods from my room

80s and 90s Video Games take over NYC

Wow, uh, don't text while driving.

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Store Signs in Savannah

I don't know what this means.

It's not event 9 am and 100 degrees out and I'm on a block-long line to put my name down for brunch at Paula Deen's restaurant

Gun Safe Locksmiths


Here I am, the Paula Deen Store!

Why not, indeed!

Chicken feet

It's bloody hot here in Savannah


The Marshall House lobby

I'm on a train in New Jersey

The Upper West Side: Car drives into a building

Uh, I'm afraid I'm unprepared for this sort of weather.

Not really digging Lauri's new hairstyle, but the song is really pretty.

Ha ha.

Panel Talk May 20 at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

AAJA-NY is proud to offer the latest in our series of professional
development workshops for its members.

Next up is "Blogging: Building and Branding" on Thursday, May 20th,
7-9:30 p.m. at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.

Information and registration here:

Whether you are a successful blogger already, just starting one or
clueless to blogging, this is the panel for you. Our experts will be
discussing the latest trends, tips and tricks to successful blogging,
*How media professionals can easily start one, or two (with a rundown
of Web tools)
*What they can do to build an audience, attract traffic, provide great content
*Why it's now more important than ever for personal -- and
professional -- branding
*Where blogging is heading

These experts will offer their insights on blogging for work -- and/or
blogging for yourself.

Hear from:
Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan -- Food and Fashion Writer; Founder,
Jen Chung — Founder, Gothamist LLC; Executive Editor,
Danica Lo -- Editor,; Author, "How Not to Look Fat"
Nicole Price Fasig -- Founder,
Raymund Flandez -- Small Business and Entertainment Writer; Founder,

The event is free to AAJA members (membership will be verified) and
$20 for non-members.

Non-members: For just $45 more, you can join AAJA and get FREE access
to our professional development workshops for the rest of the year,
including a Multimedia Workshop, Create a Website Workshop and Resume
Critique Workshop.

Not a member? Join here:

Reserve your spot now! Seating is limited. Questions? Email us at

Thursday, May 20th
7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
219 West 40th St.
(between 7th Ave. and 8th Ave.)

Learn more about AAJA-NY:
Twitter: @aajanewyork

The U Victoria Campus is overrun with BUNNIES!!

We Are The Fallen Cover Madonna's "Like a Prayer" Live at the Fillmore Irving Plaza

HIM - Ville Valo - at The Fillmore at Irving Plaza

Binge Purge: Snake Vomits Up a Hippopotamus

Weird but intriguing: Breyer's Lactose-Free Ice Cream

MGMT on the left, Weezer on the right


Bamboozle 2010 Day 1


"Observe Everything. Always think for yourself. Never let other people make important decisions for you." — from Bad News by Edward St. Aubyn