Saturday, May 31, 2008


so London... it's my third day here (?) and things are amazing. Notting Hill is going to be our fruit/veggie vendor, I am going to live in the British Museum (so many mummies!!!!!) as well as Topshop, alcohol is everywhere, and my friends are perfect. I would suggest eating gourmet at Pret a Manger or asian at Wagamama, drinking at Shakespeare's Head, and walking everywhere.
As for snacks, get:
Dolcificio veneto Sweet Crispy bars
Walkers Sensations crisps in the flavor of caramelized onion & sweet balsamic vinegar
and any kind of juice

pictures will eventually come, but I've been taking film. I'll get to digital soon enough.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008


Nick Gilder's a guy! I think...

POP goes my heart

time for a de-stress... not for me, but for whomever

Bubbles from Sara Bee on Vimeo.

Saturday, May 10, 2008

just checking

Ah! The Kills were amazing last night. They're a really good band to see live, I certainly suggest it. I was dancing the entire time and not wanting to stop! Alison Mosshart of course was amazingly dressed, as a matter of fact so was Jamie Hince. They have such stage chemistry you just want to get up there with them. So, unlike HoB I was able to bring a camera, but couldn't bring one of my normal cameras so I brought my fisheye. Unfortunately, while I was 3rd/2nd row it doesn't appear that way, so my flash wasn't able to reach the band members the whole time. They also might look better is I scan the actual negatives myself, but won't be able to do so probably until next school year. But, to whet your appetite, here are some of the better ones (click to enlarge):

Friday, May 9, 2008

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

No excuse to be so callous

so, 5/5 was the Rooney concert... I have to say I was slightly disappointed, but did have fun. So the Bridges were the first to open. They were pretty good, but a little generic. They were dressed well-albeit generic- and were interesting because they were an all female band with a male drummer. Then came Locksley. I don't know if many of the adoring girls there knew of them previously, but they all got super excited whenever the guys thrusted their slim pelves' in the girls' faces. They were pretty adorable, but you could see their youth and some inexperience/need of attention. Their music was better, although I could hear zero lyrics because of how many dumb bitches surrounded us wailing for no reason. Rooney was the last and I have to say they disappointed me the most, probably because of my fairly high expectations. They did play my favorite songs of theirs, but they were just boring. Robert and Ned were the most interesting ones up there, but that may have been because they were required to make the most movement to perform. AND, I've heard Taylor Locke's all the rage but he was the most boring guy of all, even the random dude in sunglasses playing back-up guitar was more interesting. All that Taylor did was watch himself play, and walk towards the dumb bitches who tried to grab at him and he'd quickly withdraw. One upside to the show was getting a set list, whatever. Fucking House of Blues, perhaps the most lame venue ever. It's so commercial, and won't even allow cameras, and you have to be wanded to enter! There's a reason I avoid going to shows there... they always wind up rather lame. I did have som fun though, I was a little tipsy which helped in my ignoring all the glares J and I got from the teeny-boppers and their parents, we certainly were the most interestingly dressed there.

On a good note, the Kills are sure to not disappoint, and I now FINALLY have my film from NYC, Toronto etc.