Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Daily Digest: Tuesday

People are making predictions about books in paper form again. The buzz is building around Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’, which features Sandra Bullock in space and the daydreams of one hundred million women realised as George Clooney stars as an astronaut. …

Tue, May 8, 2012, 17:59

   

People are making predictions about books in paper form again.

The buzz is building around Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’, which features Sandra Bullock in space and the daydreams of one hundred million women realised as George Clooney stars as an astronaut.

Lena Dunham addresses the critics of ‘Girls’. And Rosemary MacCabe also writes about it.

At the very least, criminals were better dressed in the 1920s.

Social readers are collapsing! No they’re not! I’m confused.

Devoted redhead Nicola Roberts literally betrays her roots by dyeing her hair pink.

What is street? VICE is vox-popping confused hipsters again.

Is CBGBs really going to be resurrected on the back of a festival?

Kitty Catastrophe is nostalgic for Callcards. I had completely forgotten about Callcards until visiting the Little Museum of Dublin recently.

Uh-oh spaghetti-os, Oprah is in trouble. Big trouble.

And finally…

It’s the Met Ball again, and RUN, Beyonce, RUN, there is some kind of purple smoke monster attacking you.

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