8tracks is Radio, rediscovered - THE BLOOD OF COOL PEOPLE (41min) by fvckthemedia in boston | music tags: crush and elvis costello | Mixtape by Perry Shall.
Here is the mix I made for The Media
It’s called “THE BLOOD OF COOL PEOPLE”
put on your headphones and bump it.
There are some interesting reader reviews of Tomboy up on goodreads. Here are a few highlights:
“This may be a graphic novel, but it is also one of the most honest, refreshing, detailed and touching memoirs I have ever read.”
“As an adult, my takeaway from Prince’s story is to be even more aware of the stereotypes I inadvertently support, to be more cautious of the gendered comments that come so easily (“Oh, don’t you want to wear a pretty dress today?”), and to work harder to help all kids express themselves however they want.”
“I loved TOMBOY. It really makes you realize just how unequal things are in our society, and how much we are taught to accept these inequalities as the status quo.”
“Basically: Tomboy is fascinating. Read it.”
If you have a goodreads account, and you plan on reading this book, do us a favor and mark it as TO READ! Then pre-order the book from your favorite local bookstore/comic shop, or directly from the publisher, Zest Books!
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Make your vittles plans early, y’all!
My family has been eating at the Yekta Kabobi since the mid-80s and the food has only gotten better over the years. In the past decade, the restaurant has expanded and built out a beautifully decorated dining room for people who are in search of traditional Persian food. And anyone interested in good food should make a point of searching this place out.
It’s not within walking distance of the SPX location, but it is within walking distance of the Twinbrook Metro station, one stop up from White Flint (which is within easy walking distance of SPX). For those with cars, it’s an easy drive north on Rockville Pike - just past the Hooters.
The people who own Yekta also own a Persian supermarket next door. And next door to that is Joe’s Noodle House, one of the few restaurants on the SPX Good Eats map with vegan options on their menu.
The History of the Universe in Seven F.O.D. Songs
July 15, 2014
by Joel Tannenbaum
In the real, empirically verifiable, corporeal universe that you and I inhabit, the American punk rock band Flag of Democracy formed in suburban Philadelphia in 1982 and, over the next three decades, made eight full-length albums plus a handful of EPs and compilation appearances.