This coming Monday, my uuber cool new friend Illeana has a premiere!
I’ll be there! And you should be too… I think, i mean I know!
Here’s all the info:
“Easy to Assemble” Season 3: ‘Finding North.’ (90 min). Dir. Michael Kang. Presented by IKEA© and American Cinematheque.
Introduction by Illeana Douglas, with director Michael Kang, Justine Bateman, Craig Bierko, Corey Feldman, Patricia Heaton and more cast/crew in attendance.
Admission is free for cast, crew, their invited guests and confirmed guests of the production. Tickets are on sale NOW ($11) at the Egyptian Theater box office up until one hour before the screening. For more information:http://bit.ly/qGQldQ
Reception following is free to all invited guests, attendees and ticket holders.
Come see the 90-minute cut of “Easy to Assemble’s” highly-anticipated third season on the big screen before the award-winning comedy premieres the first of 17 new episodes on My Damn Channel October 18th!http://mydamnchannel.com/e
Follow @EasyToAssemble on Twitter for news and updates all season long! http://twitter.com/easytoa
LOOK AT THIS F*CKING PANEL: A SOCIOLOGICAL DISCUSSION ON THE HIPSTER:
Date: Monday, October 11
Location: UCLA – Ackerman Grand Ballroom
What defines the modern-day hipster?
Why is “hipster” a dirty word?
How many hipsters does it take to screw in a light bulb?
-It’s a really obscure number, and you probably haven’t heard of it…
-That joke is SO 2009.
Join us as we attempt to address these questions and more in an open forum discussion on the cultural impact of the hipster.
Panelists include: Tao Lin (Shoplifting from American Apparel), Gavin McInnes (co-founder of Vice Magazine), Mark Hunter (The Cobra Snake), Alexi Wasser (imboycrazy.com), Andrea Bartz & Brenna Ehrlich (Stuff Hipsters Hate), Mary Corey (UCLA History Dept), Christopher Glazek (The New Yorker), and moderator, Christian Lorentzen (The New York Observer).
Note: This event is for UCLA students with valid BruinCard only- BUT I SAY TRY TO CRASH IT IF YOU’RE NOT A PUSSY!!!!
Questions? Email email@example.com
ok, so i’m doing a podcast again…tonight. 8pm – 10pm PST. my mom gave me some advice: this time i will listen better, not be so frantic, not act as though it’s a race to get through all the calls. i will treat people the way i want to be treated. i might have a glass of wine before the show. i will be calmer and gentler.
it’s gonna be two hours, with a surprise guest for the first hour. the second hour will be me taking YOUR calls. so, give me another chance. tell your friends: guys and girls to call in. (646) 378-0649
just come back here at 8pm and click on the podcast/blog talk radio link to the right.
two different girls called in and the advice i gave was a bit sloppy. i misheard them and wasn’t focusing. it was because i was frantic due to technical difficulties. one girl said she was bummed about a guy she really likes (who is friends with a guy she used to hook up with) not telling people about their relationship. i didn’t hear you clearly and said you should move on. but now that i listened to the podcast (while cringing and at the same time fighting the urge to punch myself in the face) i understand that he’s just being respectful of his friend. i think you should continue dating, wait it out for like 6 months and keep it low key. there’s a difference between your guy being ashamed of you and just being respectful of one of his friends. trust your instincts.
also, a girl called in about liking a guy that her friend likes and that it was causing a problem between the two girls. i told her to have her friend call me, but i think that when the friend called- i didn’t put two and two together. so call me again and tell me if the mutual guy crush is still an issue- but tell me what your friends name is, so i can expect her call and know who i’m supposed to be giving advice to.
so, there you go! i hope to hear from all my wonderful girl and boy readers. but don’t forget, i AM totally boycrazy- so i’d love to hear from cute guys with six packs too. (and by ‘six packs’ i mean: successful, strong, tall, neato, smart, cool dudes)! lot’s of love, alexi
don’t forget to RSVP! see you there! there will be 2 kissing booths! one for boys and one for girls! make-up, drinks, babes, and dj ana calderon who i love soooo much! yippy skippy! it’s important to be social! xo
so, blogger shop day is basically an excuse for a bunch of people who have blogs to get together, sell whatever merchandise they have to sell (jewelry, vegan cupcakes, clothing- new AND vintage), and basically have a party/drink beer or whatever. i hosted the first blogger shop day, sponsored by space 1520/urban outfitters. i didn’t know what i was in for… and it was totally awesome.
bands play, there’s a BBQ, a DJ, super hot girls and guys wearing fitted clothing and unique designs! i had a microphone and handed out buttons and stickers and interviewed cute boys i found! when i needed a break, i just wandered into the huge urban outfitters that’s connected to the courtyard and tried stuff on… and bought stuff! i even took pictures in the photo booth they have in there! yeah! a photo booth! thanks to blogger shop day 1, i now own the best pair of jean cutoffs! and they were like $8!
I’m hosting this Sunday’s blogger shop day #2, and it’s only gonna be bigger AND better. here’s the thing about blogs… the worst thing about a blog is the word blog. in reality, blogs are just another avenue, forum to express yourself – using writing, music, videos, and pictures. what’s so bad about that? nothing! nothing at all. i love you! see you there!
here’s how blogger shop day #1 turned out!