• narrative

    The Rolling Rocks

    whip it! whip it was good

    October 22, 2009
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    I can only imagine that first-time feature film directing is no simple feat — and if, like Drew Barrymore, you’re trying out the director’s chair for the first time while simultaneously holding down the fort in front of the camera, well then there’s no doubt you’ve got a whole extra set of challenges. So all […]

    Just So Fresh and Clean

    a clean house filled with true emotional essence

    October 22, 2009
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    Family Weekend: a time for Brown students to take a break from their hectic studies, rehearsals, and club meetings to enjoy the convenient free shows and recitals presented specifically for the occasion. The highlight of this weekend was PW’s quirky production of The Clean House by young New York playwright and Brown alum Sarah Ruhl. This Pulitzer […]

    Sticky Situations

    the hardy brothers

    October 22, 2009
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    Hi Hardies, I thought up a game while drifting over Colorado called “Tap that Ass or Take a Pass?”  I toss a few situations your way, and you decide whether to invite her up in your balloon, or drop the tether instead and float off alone. —She slept with your roommate once or twice, but […]

    Harlequin High School Hopscotch

    sexperimentation

    October 22, 2009
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    This summer, my dearest friend Katharine interned at National Public Radio. During her tenure at NPR, Katharine produced a piece on the 60th anniversary of Harlequin Romance Novels—that esteemed literary tradition that has fanned the fires of post-menopausal women with desiccated sex lives and passionate needs since 1949. One day, we were joking about the […]

    Gourmet Magazine, Rest in Peaches

    surfeited conde nast publication cooks up final meal at 68

    October 22, 2009
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    Perhaps rapper Biggie Smalls said it best when he emceed, “It was all a dream, I used to read Gourmet magazine, Salt n’ Peppa and Heavy D up in the limousine.” Since its founding in 1941 and before its untimely demise last week, Gourmet was an inspiration to people of many walks of life: domestic shut-ins, patients […]