V.23 No.49 | 12/4/2014
The Stylist Star Challenge comes to Albuquerque
Monday, December 1, 9am—5pm at the Albuquerque Convention Center’s Kiva Auditorium
By Angela Aragon [ Sun Nov 30 2014 5:11 PM ]
Celebrity stylist Guiseppe Franco (known for his work on the heads of Mena Suvari, Drew Barrymore, Brad Pitt and many others) compares the Stylist Star Challenge to the TED Talks, but with a focus on hair and success in the beauty industry. The all-day event will feature classes, talks and demonstrations designed to share practical and inspirational wisdom from industry legends with Albuquerque’s stylists and salons. In addition, local stylists will create glamorous styles on live models for event judges Franco and Kristoff Ball (Gwen Stefani, Pink) and the chance to attend a red-carpet Hollywood event. Albuquerque has many talented stylists and this event is an exciting step toward creating the more vibrant fashion scene we deserve. Tickets are on sale for industry professionals and spectators alike. Don’t miss it.
V.21 No.34 | 8/23/2012
Rowdy’s Dream Blog #263: Greg Kinnear recognizes me.
By Brutus De Cervantes [ Tue Aug 28 2012 2:36 PM ]
I am in a toy store. I purchase two carved, wooden balls from the long-haired cashier for $130. I have him hold them for me at the counter. I tell him I am considering a "shift in play paradigms," and that I would like to see the Batman action figures. He leads me to the video games where Greg Kinnear, wearing a cowboy hat, recognizes me and says hello.
V.21 No.17 | 4/26/2012
Ty Segal & White Fence Hair · Lilacs & Champagne Lilacs & Champagne · Black Marble "Weight Against the Door"
Reviews of new music releases. Now with MP3 previews!
V.20 No.24 | 6/16/2011
Taco and a Haircut, Two Bits
Fades are out, Rough Edges are in
By Chiquita Paschal
This month's tasty (and tasteful) exhibition at Ace Barbershop, Rough Edges, features the beefy, cheesy works of Gabriel Luis Perez. The taco and cheeseburger art—or more precisely, painted collages of beef, lettuce and tortilla colors—has inspired fresh gab topics in the tiny Downtown shop.
V.20 No.14 |
The Daily Word 4.10.11: Gil Robbins dead; Russian moon base; Chinese ghost-cities; flappers.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Apr 10 2011 3:28 PM ]
The top ten cities in which to wait until the last minute before filing your tax return.
Another weird Kelly Family song with a video. Not about not pee-peeing the bed anymore.
Electronic books often come with DRM locks. Is "electronic book" an oxymoron?
Details on the British submariner who shot a couple of his fellow submariners. Did he do it because visiting dignitaries were hogging the head?
In order to keep their economy moving, China just keeps on building. Whole cities. With barely any inhabitants. Strange video.
Yeah, you want elf ears!
Not everyone is still grumbling over the size of their paycheck. Warning: same old story.
Russia: MOON BASE BY 2030!
V.19 No.22 | 6/3/2010
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Tue Jun 1 2010 4:00 PM ]
Things in French seem more high class, even if the translation makes no sense. I’m getting zee cheveux cut this afternoon. Realizing this is a $60 cut and I had nothing in mind, I started to peruse hairstyles on ye olde web. Below, is a gallery of interesting lady cuts (some of which are on boys) taken under consideration.
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