Monthly Archives: August 2010

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Photo: Awesome Bette Artwork From Steve Weiner (BaltoBoy)

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PS: Steve would like to thank  thedesigners of the 2 sets of photoshop brushes he used….swirl brush set by Susan Libertiny at brushportfolio.com and flower brush set by Stephanie Shimerdla, (redheadstock) – obsidiandawn.com

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Photo: After Dark Sketch…

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Video: Silent But Deadly – TV Series (Thanks Mihai)

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BetteBack: Rarely has there been an actress as energetic and effervescent as Midler

Bette Midler plays herself in new series, but that may not be enough.
Article from: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service
Article date:October 10, 2000
Author: Perkins, Ken Parish

Although she’s starring in a sitcom that, so far, shows scant sign of excellence, Bette Midler is nonetheless one of the promising pleasures of the new television season. Rarely has there been an actress as energetic and effervescent as Midler, who gleefully punches holes in her renowned appeal _ which, of course, only ends up making her seem that much more appealing. Read More

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Monday, August 30, 2010

The Art of Farming at Sotheby’s

The Art of Farming at Sotheby’s
iCal Import
Start: September 23, 2010
Address: United States

Just in time for the 2010 harvest season, Sotheby’s New York will host the inaugural Tri-State Heirloom Vegetable auction, The Art of Farming, on September 23, 2010. (As featured in Edible Manhattan.)

This first-of-its-kind event will celebrate edible heirlooms and the art involved in their creation. The novel concept provides a unique platform for local farmers, purveyors, celebrity chefs, food industry experts and high-profile New Yorkers to join together for a shared interest in the vitality of the Greenmarket and raise important funds for the GrowNYC New Farmer Development Project and The Sylvia Center at Katchkie Farm. The event is supported by leaders and visionaries in the sustainable food and farming movement, including Eric Ripert, Ruth Reichl, Martha Stewart, Bette Midler, Dan Barber, Liz Neumark, and others. Read More

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Cartoon: How the gays should respond to Greg Gutfeld’s Muslim gay bar (thanks Brian!)

Mister D: This comes from Queerty

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Game: Sliding Puzzle

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Hangman: Current Events

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Photo: Sketch #3

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Video: And The Winner Is – TV Series

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