Monthly Archives: June 2012

Tonight at Intercambio:

BROADCLOTH & CARL TESTA solo bass & electronics & COLORGUARD Friday, June 29 | 8pm 756 Chapel Street New Haven, Conn $5-10 suggested donation All ages Advertisements

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Authentically Chic: The Black Dahlia

Seeing that black and ladies are making their comeback this fall, I wanted to mention The Black Dahlia. I recently watched the 2006 film and was inspired by the fashion as well as the story – which is a gruesome … Continue reading

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Tiger Eye Trend Report: Ciao! Manhattan

There’s so much to say about Edie Sedgewick. She was the it-est of its and steps ahead of her time. Her style is still being emulated 40 years after her death. Certainly  you could devote several blogs to her name, … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Grumpy Guy Cinema:
Ciao! Manhattan [1972] Dir. John Palmer and David Weisman Starring: Edie Sedgwick, Wesley Hayes, Paul America This is a weird one. I know technically Ciao! Manhattan isn’t a good movie, so I can’t recommend…

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A Disco Dance Move.

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Lady Tiger’s Rules of Engagement: Gossip

A proper lady should never mishandle information that has been told to her in confidence. Everyone loves a good dish of gossip. It’s in our blood to do it. However, like any uncontrollable-controllable pastime, gossip is damaging, destructive and outright … Continue reading

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Originally posted on The Captive Reader:
I don’t read poetry.  I want to, I try to, but my success rate is embarrassingly low.  My form teacher in Grades 7 and 8 was a very serious Byron devotee, so much so…

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