Looking at our main picture with all those polymorphous-perverse bunnies here, you may be forgiven to think that we have skipped Christmas altogether and landed at our twisted idea of an Archive Easter edition. This was of course just an attempt at click-baiting when in fact I'm going to introduce the five images from which we will select our the cover for our very first volume in the New Year. A decision for which we'd once again like to have your input. The amorous bunnies, however, are a real cover option having been taken from an ad by French Aids prevention organisation AIDES which also means as much as "come and help". On the other hand I realize that we'll have to carefully consider the input of our distributors in countries with less liberal attitudes than prevail in "Mitteleuropa". So we'll just have to wait and see.
Our Metroland media project returns for summer Comprising of the Usurp Arts Lab, Usurp Zine group and a new mystery artist, this will be another borough wide festival and workshop based learning lab, with lots of tech and electronic creativity for women. Watch this space for more info. Free workshops mixing up cyanotypes, tea toning and poetry. Plus, introduction to opportunities and advice on employment in arts and culture. Free workshops for people in Harrow on low income, unemployed or in receipt of benefits. We will explore and create individual and collective photo poems using the cyanotype and tea-toning processes, and surrealist word games.
Ashley Tisdale's 'Guilty Pleasure' Showcases Edgier Side
The World Famous, who produced the Titanic anniversary show in Belfast, created an exclusive act called Silo D that was inspired by the Silvertown explosion and was staged on a grade-ii listed building that was built to replace those destroyed when the munitions factory exploded. The show included pyrotechnics, performance, lighting and projection, and was also part of the London Festival. Click here to see pictures from the evening. Images by Sean Gavey. The Pleasure Gardens have been built on a former wasteland at Pontoon Dock.
Robert Downey Jr. Sign in. Jean-Pierre, a superintendent of detectives, narrates this story of police investigating three murders and discovering that their leads take them to the heart of a white slavery ring that is also in the drug trade. Men set up parties, invite young women, and then drug them, kidnap them, and sell them off to brothels. We meet Willie a one-eyed thug , Pretty Boy a sadist , a fat Greek who is the money launderer, and Jules, the big boss.