Friday, November 23, 2007

Saturday, November 17, 2007

It Is Most Definitely Alive

From Andrew Nikiforuk's review of Devra Davis' The Secret History Of The War On Cancer in today's Globe:

[Davis] has smelled and felt cancer firsthand, having lost two parents and many friends, including the comic Andrea Martin, to the disease.

Richard Ouzounian reviews the new stage version of Young Frankenstein:

The original 1974 film worked because its visual style was a perfect match for those cheesy 1930s Universal horror films.

And the cast was superb. But except for Megan Mullally's brassily clueless fiancée Elizabeth, and Andrea Martin's dourly knowing housekeeper, Frau Blucher, the rest of the musical's personnel are limp imitations.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Minor Threat For Minors

Michael McKinnon, a.k.a. Jam Toast, has an even younger audience than Anti-Flag.

Tunes here.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Rain Dance II

Poor ol' Stu:

Rain Dance

Drought-stricken Georgia's Governor Sonny Perdue prays.

But this fellah has an air-horn and knows that buggery is to blame:

Both deserve to have some form of liquid fall on their heads.

Good on these dudes.

Monday, November 12, 2007

November 12 Minus 1

Outside Kew Beach Park:

Ignore the squirrel

Out of the mouths of etc... (please forward to J. Layton)