Sunday, May 2, 2010

Sunday Funnies and Arts

Some weeks are funnier than others. This has been one of those weeks. As always, click to enlarge.




















...body language...

Dutch Alley archway...

Africa is alive and well in New Orleans...

A 20-month old experiences Jazz and Heritage...

Louie Louie, I say we gotta go...

Down There (another great PWALLY story. She's got a million of them.)...

Speaking of which, what secret knowledge is clasped between your pillars?...

Another day, another dollar...

The path to Yum
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Check out Bob Dylan's version of George Harrison's "Something" and Stupid & Contagious' writeup about the song here...

The art of the poster: Braniff Airways...

Offbeat reviews new music from Trombone Shorty, Big Sam's Funky Nation, Anders Osborne, and more, more, more...

John Boutte and Paul Sanchez performing "American Tune:"


This one needs no introduction:

5 comments:

RealityZone said...

This might explain a little more about the unlawful Az. law.

http://wonkroom.thinkprogress.org/2010/04/30/kris-kobach-email/

Now the AZ. school board wants to get rid of teachers with a [heavy Spanish accent].

Roy said...

I loved today's Doonesbury; the Toggle & Alex storyline is getting better all the time.

The "Africa is alive and well in New Orleans" video was amazing!

To add to RZ's news item, the AZ legislature has also passed a bill designed to eliminate ethnic studies programs in AZ high schools. Looks like the powers that be in AZ want everything as vanilla as possible in their state. How very American of them!

nursemyra said...

I like the Dutch alleyway

K. said...

RZ: Why am I not surprised to find out that some Washington right wing group is pulling the strings. And Russell Pearce is their willing puppet.

Roy: Alex-Toggle has become a very warm story line. I get a kick out of the tug-of-war between Alex and his mother.

The latest Arizona bill is more Republican hypocrisy: They're all for local control until their against it. I like Linda Lopez' style!

That video is amazing, and the blog is really good. Apparently, she second-lines every week and films with her iPhone. She holds her hand still or something, because her iPhone video isn't as shaky as you normally see.

NM: I hope you get to New Orleans some day!

Renegade Eye said...

Last week the Mayday demonstration was going to be small. Arizona changed that, and a few thousand marched.

The oil spill is another blow to Louisiana.