As I walked across the street, bike in tow, I caught his eye, and he looked at me like I was ice cream. I wasn’t sure if he even realized he was doing it, but he licked his lip and flexed his chest, and I thought this was going to be easy.
“Hey, mister. Can you help me?”
Heights (2005) – A pivotal twenty-four hours in the interconnected lives of five New Yorkers. It stars Elizabeth Banks as Isabel, a photographer, James Marsden as Jonathan, a Jewish lawyer and Isabel’s fiance, Glenn Close as Diana, Isabel’s mother, Jesse Bradford as Alec, an actor, and John Light as Peter, a journalist.
The Netherlands never embraced the car culture like America did. In order to maintain walkable, livable cities, the city governments of the Netherlands promote bicycling. It’s an efficient, cheap way … Continue reading
A classic Heartbreaker. Harold Renegade meets a new one. But who breaks who? In this game, there’s always a winner and a loser, but with no rules, it’s up to each to decide who wins and who loses.
“What really bothered me most about Precious was that there was no representation of ME.” — Lena Dunham, HBO’s “Girls.”
Austin Alt-Pop duo Cult’s innovative and historically interesting video for their new single, Go Outside.
It’s a game you play with people. It’s like playing an instrument, really. It’s how the most beautiful music is played. Men playing women, women playing men. People playing each other. No one ever really knows who is gaming who.
Harold Renegade loves and loses: easy come, easy go. But his suspicions are confirmed and he finally “gets the message.”