AboutWhen not wasting away the golden days of his young life looking at stupid shit on the Internet, Chris Heavener publishes a biannual lit and arts magazine called Annalemma. It features short stories, essays, art, and photography. You should take a long, hard look at yourself and consider subscribing.
July 20, 2009
July 16, 2009
Got a little bit of ink over at the Orlando Weekly. It’s the best and only award we’ve ever recieved. Check it out here. I’ve always been a fan of the Weekly’s “Best of Orlando” issue. For one it occasionally turns me on to some previously unheard of spots around town as well as highlighting some of the cooler aspects of the city. Also I find it really funny when the editor’s picks contrast so vastly with the reader’s picks.
Best subs of 2009:
Editor’s pick - Philly Style Hoagies and Deli
Reader’s pick - Publix Supermarket
June 16, 2009
Sometimes you’re jsut sitting at your desk thinking, “WTF am I gonna blog about today? What’s interesting about reading a bunch of submissions? Aquiring content for the new website launch?” And then this little gem just falls right into your lap.
The triumphant return of DJ Dream Titty is happening tomorrow night at the Cornell Museum of Art as part of their current weekly series Warhol Wednesdays. Come out and look at some Warhol photos, bring some cash for the bar and get lost in the mammary jams the DJ will be spinning.
June 10, 2009
Me an the boys are having another show. If you’ve never seen us, we are pretty damn good. If you have seen us, we’re going to play 10% new material!
June 9, 2009
Sheba came down to FL for her summer vacation. She’s posting all the ups and downs, twists and turns, highs and lows on her blog. Check out part 1, wherein I conquer nature, and part 2, wherein the beans get spilled concerning a crush I have on a local barista and I almost get murdered by a snake.
May 21, 2009
Earlier this morning I saw a comment left by Gary Johansan (one of the guys in the Kluge vid). His mention of the U. of Tampa Book Arts Studio piqued my interest so after a little searching around I found their blog. After further searching I even came across Gary’s blog which included this particularly interesting post about the University of Tampa, formerly the Tampa Bay Hotel and currently the Henry B. Plant Museum.
The 6 acre, quarter mile long, 511 room compound was built in 1891 and was an operational hotel until it closed in 1930. After three years of dormancy the University of Tamps was allowed to set up shop within its doors and used its suites as classrooms and offices.
I’ve driven past this building many times but I had no idea what it was. I’m making a pilgrimage there one day to see if I can conjure any turn-of-the-century ghosts.
There are some very cool things in your back yard if you’re willing to dig around a little.