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For brekkie tomorrow…

from the Chicago Tribune


Posted on October 3, 2008 by Editor

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James On James

from The Independent UK

Cultural Life: James Blunt, singer

Interview by Charlotte Cripps
Friday, 3 October 2008


I recently read ‘A Million Little Pieces’ by James Frey. I have mixed feelings towards rehab – one side of me thinks it’s a gap year for the privileged, and another side has seen its benefits for very dear friends. The book itself has been accused of being made up of lies – but then that’s what addicts do.


I’ve just had three weeks in Ibiza, so I’ve been in the clubs. The track I remember hearing most this summer was the Mark Knight & Funkagenda mix of ‘Man with the Red Face’. Another track that has been fun to hear is Pete Tong’s mix of my song ‘1973’.

Visual arts

When our tour hit Bilbao in northern Spain earlier this year, I dropped into the Guggenheim. I think it’s one of the best modern-art museums in the world. Louise Bourgeois’ spiders are amazing, and the big dog outside made of flowers is enough to keep anyone confused.


We’ve been on the ‘All the Lost Souls’ World Tour since January, so I haven’t had a chance to watch any TV. We sleep in bunks on the bus, but maybe once a week we check in to a hotel. Then we can watch CNN for what’s going on in the world.

James Blunt plays at the O2 arena, London SE10 (0844 856 0202) on 14 October


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Posted on October 2, 2008 by Editor

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The Polygamist Pompadour

from the New York Observer

Fashion Magazines Promote Polygamist Hairstyles for Fall!


W, above, with close-up, and Vogue below

W, above, with close-up, and Vogue below

Back in April, when the raid on a Texan polygamist compound dominated the news (weren’t those the days!), those aggrieved Fundamentalist Latter-Day Saints wives’ prominent hairdos became a subject of much fascination. Were they meant to indicate closeness to God? To wash one’s husband’s feet in the afterlife? To distract from those hideous dresses?

Now they reemerge in October issues of Vogue and W, which interpret the mega-bouffants for the stylish luxury consumer (i.e. pair them with Dior). We’re not sure what the W model has been doing with that shirtless guy in the background, but we’re guessing she wasn’t washing his feet …

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Posted on October 2, 2008 by Editor

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Cholesterol Balls On The Half-White


At the Strip Club in St. Paul, chile oil, curry and beet juice update the deviled eggs. (Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi)

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Posted on October 2, 2008 by Editor

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“Well, the front fell off by all means – but that’s very unusual.”

Posted on October 1, 2008 by Editor

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