Due out in April 2007, Raytoons Cartoon Avenue will have an open anthology format, allowing creators the opportunity to have their art and writings printed in a comic book form.
"To capture themselves in concert at Madison Square Garden in October of 2004, for the final show of their sold out Challah At Your Boy Tour, Adam Yauch (MCA), Michael Diamond (Mike D), and Adam Horovitz (Adrock) distributed a mix of fifty DV and Hi-8 cameras to their fans, wo shot the movie. Ingeniously editing the amateur footage into a mind-blowing, multicolored, psychedelic DIY extavaganza, director Yauch, has created an electrifying, even poetic work that is far more than a mere chronicle of artists at the top of their game." Flaunt Magazine
7 minutes time-lapse movie showing the entire 3 weeks of the Halfmachine event in Copenhagen 2003. Made from still images from a digital camera mounted in the ceiling of the Grey Hall in the Freetown of Christiania. The event involved more than 200 artists from all over the world and almost all installations was made from recycled materials.
In South Korea, when it comes to job satisfaction, gangsters are happier with their lot than policemen, it seems.
A poll of 109 convicted mobsters by the Korean Institute of Criminal Justice found that 79.3 per cent were satisfied with a life of crime.
That compared favourably with the police, of whom only 65 per cent said they enjoyed their profession.
South Korean gangsters make on average about 4 million won (A£2,171) a month, which is typically higher than the pay for police.
The studies are not believed to have taken into account gangsters acting as moles within the police department, or undercover policemen posing as gangsters.
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Sewer departments across the country — including Miami-Dade’s — are bracing for the so-called Halftime Flush. It’s a yearly phenomenon when an estimated 90 million people flush about 350 million gallons of water down the toilet at the same time: during halftime of the big game.
Miami-Dade’s water-watchers said Tuesday the worst that could happen is a temporary loss of water pressure. To be on the safe side, people could stagger their flushing.
"It might make things a little easier on us if people go before halftime or shortly after, but it won’t make much of a difference," Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department spokesman Frank Calderon said. "People can go about their business as usual."
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