Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Daily Digest: Wednesday

A group for military spouses in North Carolina has allegedly denied a lesbian wife of a servicewoman membership. Cool photos of identical twins. The most insightful piece you’ll read about HMV. And it was written last August. Rob Kelly has …

Wed, Jan 16, 2013, 12:14

   

A group for military spouses in North Carolina has allegedly denied a lesbian wife of a servicewoman membership.

Cool photos of identical twins.

The most insightful piece you’ll read about HMV. And it was written last August.

Rob Kelly has a new track.

The dress rehearsal for Obama’s inauguration. Speaking of people pretending to Obama, remember Louis Ortiz? The guy who looks really like Barack Obama? There’s a Kickstarter-funded doc being made about him. You may remember him from a This American Life podcast. Here’s a vid the New York Times made about him.

The latest on your local horse burgers. I had a horse stew in Hungary once, it was delish, but then again I knew what I was eating.

“I may have stolen your bike” (via @McMahonPhilly)

Good piece in the WSJ about the goings on behind Lance Armstrong’s decision to talk.

One documentary screening at Sundance is actually an ad for Captain Morgan.

PETTYCASH returns on January 23rd at the Little Green Gallery in Dublin.
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