Category Archives: Pop Culture

Healthcare Fundraiser For Agnostic Front Vocalist Roger Miret

roger miret fundraiser

I think it is no secret that most professional musicians do not enjoy the benefit of employer-provided health insurance, and that is just a shame, because it’s something everyone needs. Sadly, earlier this year, Roger Miret, vocalist for the legendary New York-based hardcore punk band Agnostic Front was diagnosed with cancer, and long road of tests and diagnoses lead to a complex surgery and lengthy hospital stay.

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Black Lives Matter / Black Flag Mash Up T-Shirt

black lives matter t shirt

If supporting social causes is important to you, and you also like classic American punk rock, you might feel the need to dress yourself in this attractive Black Lives Matter T-shirt.  This sharp design by Noble Tee Shop incorporates the image of four white bars on a black field that any fan would instantly recognize as the iconic logo for LA-based punk band Black Flack. Yes, it is pretty cool, and available in a variety of shirt styles, sizes and colors for $24.95 each at This Link!

black lives matter t shirt

Pink Thing of The Day: Waving Queen Elizabeth Figure

waving queen liz photo by gail
Photos by Gail

There’s Tiki Bar up the block from me that has a row of little solar-powered Hula Dancer figures lined up in the front window, and the sunlight makes them dance tirelessly each day until it sets; so enchanting. And so it is with the Waving Queen Liz  I saw at the recent NY Now Summer Marketplace.  This Solar Queen greets you with a subtle twist of the wrist if you just expose her to lamplight (no sun needed)! Best of all, she may arrive dressed in Pink!

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Excited For What We Do In The Shadows Season Three!

Are you a fan of the FX series, What We Do In The Shadows? I sure am. This hilarious show is finally returning for its much-anticipated third season as of this coming Thursday, September 2nd, which I was reminded of by this electronic Bus Shelter Ad that I enjoyed sharing with my friends and fiends on Instagram earlier this week!

what we do in the shadows screen shot by gail worley

Very coincidently, while setting my DVR to record the series, I noticed not only that they will drop two episodes on Thursday, but also that the third episode, airing on September 9th is entitled, Gail! Wow, I love it to death.

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Book Review: Made in California Revisits the Nostalgia-Inspiring Restaurants of The Southland

made in california book cover photo by gail worley
Photo By Gail

I lived in Southern California until I moved to NYC at age 27; and from ages 3 to 19 (1964 to 1980) I resided in the city of Orange. The main street in my neighborhood was Tustin Avenue, which was populated with countless fast food and casual restaurants including McDonalds, Taco Bell, Marie Callender’s, A&W (Root Beer) Drive Up, Arby’s, Jack In The Box, Winchell’s Donuts, Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlor, IHOP, Baskin Robbins and others whose memories have been lost to time.

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Shark Attack Plush Ball!

shark plush ball display photo by gail worley
Photos By Gail

NY Now Summer Market made an impressive comeback at Javits Center this week and I was there to document the radness which will be shared with you in many upcoming posts on The ‘Gig. First off, let’s get a little Shark Attack fix, shall we?

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Pink Thing Of The Day: Miniature Pink Clawfoot Bathtub

pink mini bathtub photo by gail worley
Photos By Gail

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, then you might recall that I recently attended an art event at the National Museum of Mathematics (aka MoMath). On the way out of the museum that evening, I decided to pop in to the gift shop, where I noticed something at first seems a bit incongruous: a tiny Pink Bathtub . . . that was in use as a bin to hold little soaps shaped like the Pi symbol. Oh, the cleverness.

pink mini bathtub photo by gail worley