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Dragnet friend and Issue Three contributor, Shari Kasman, has started a fashion blog, called Hanging on the Line. It is based off of clothes people leave out to dry on their clotheslines, and it is awesome.
Photo: Milk tree
In some parts of the world (e.g., Toronto), milk grows on trees. This particular tree is an Organic Meadow 1% Partly Skimmed Organic Milk tree. The best time to harvest milk from a milk tree is late November. As you can see, the milk on this tree is ripe and ready for picking.
Issue Three contributor Shari Kasman has a new story up at Joyland. The story, entitled, “Blindfolded Nude Male Swinging Stick at Donkey Pinata,” is as funny as its title suggests. The piece explores the art world as well as the nature of biography:
Kurt von Hagersfeld (b. 1963) was born and raised in a small suburb of Boston where he developed such a strong love for celebrations that he relocated to Albuquerque, New Mexico to pursue studies in event planning and management. He remained there throughout the 1980s, then moved to San Francisco, relocated to Houston, spent time in Oklahoma City, and finally made his way down to New Orleans. He refuses to disclose the specifics of his current location since he believes that some details should be left to the imagination. Von Hagersfeld has said that the fact that he exists should be enough to satisfy anyone’s curiosity as to his whereabouts. The gallery’s clever administration team and support staff suspect that the artist makes his permanent home in either Los Angeles, New York, or Nevada, although von Hagersfeld has responded to these guesses by saying, ‘You’re wrong.’
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Photo: Not a lawn
When is a lawn no longer a lawn? When it looks like the non-lawn in that photo. I googled “disaster eating lawn grass Toronto” and the first entry that appeared was a page on the City of Toronto website in the Toronto Animal Services section. It says that raccoons are…
Dragnet Issue Three contributor Shari Kasman dishes on making a water wall at home.
Photo: An authenticwater wall
Is there a water wall between the reception area and the relaxation-purification-epilation-rehydration-microdermabrasion area of your spa? Have you ever thought of stealing that water wall when the receptionist is on her nail-filing break? It’s tempting, I know. Read More.
Photo: A real look at inside of the Catholic School’s gym
I was a deputy last week. Really, I was. I worked as Deputy Registration Officer at a polling station on Election Day (there was an election in Ontario!). If you think deputies always wear gold star badges, you’re wrong. I wore a glitzless white sticker that said “Poll Officer” and had the privilege of sitting on a plastic chair in a Catholic School gym for 12 hours…more.
Here’s a poster our friend Nikin Nagewadia did with the details for the Dragnet Issue Two launch, which is happening at 9pm, Saturday, July 2 at Studio 561 (561 Bloor St. W) w/ readings by Shari Kasman and Andy Sinclair, performances by the bands Dinosaur Dinosaur and Rodrigo Wilde, and an “Aughtie By Nature” retro 2000s dance party by DJ ARP 2600. Hope you can make it! Bring all your friends! Facebook event here.