Saturday, May 09, 2009

Around The Blogosphere 09 May 09

Lady Liberty's Crown to Reopen July 4th!

Jennifer McCoy of the Carter Center Americas Program has been blogging while accompanying former US President Jimmy Carter during his visit to Latin America where they met with several of the region's leaders.

Liz Benjamin spreads the word that NY Senator Chuck Schumer is protecting Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and taking a personal interest in her 2010 race, angering fellow Democrats who want to challenge her. Liz also zeroes in on some Kirsten video... Keep in mind it's not a bad thing to be likened to Hillary!

Bai-Ling has a new love in her life...

David Byrne writes about Sunday's Dark Was the Night extravaganza at Radio City Music Hall on his blog.

Rivera Makes it a Complete Disaster for the Yankees The Bronx Bombers are having the worst week ever!!!

These are the 3 HOTTEST posts on my blog within the last 48 Hours

Delara Darabi

Summer Jam '09

Cumbia Callera

Weekend Alert: in NYC (and other places) beware - the return of the Ninja Burglar!

NY MAG shares Newly Leaked Eminem Tracks.

If you're interested in “Tokyo & Japan's clubs, electro-pop, and Shibuya-kei-related scenes”, check out Chipple.net (in English): a “Japanese music, movie release and event announcement blog”.

A bunch of notable links appear on popcandy:

- Is the Gossip Girl spinoff "dead"?

- The New Yorker's spoiler-y Star Trek review says, among other things, that Leonard Nimoy "these days makes Bela Lugosi look like Zac Efron." Geez!

- The CEO of American Apparel says the company doesn't plan to make Woody Allen's personal life the focus of an ongoing lawsuit. (Read the statements on the AA blog.)

- Speaking of Woody, here's the poster for his new movie.

- Coldplay says they didn't rip off Cat Stevens.

- Download a new Tori Amos song for Mother's Day.

- Could you go for one week without social media?

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