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By Marcos Chin in New Events on Friday 12 October 2007

My summer officially ended on August 29 this year when Feist came to Greenpoint, Brooklyn to perform at McCarren Pool. It was a perfect evening — the weather was fine, the sky was clear, everyone was in good spirits, and the music was easy.

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Feist takes the bus

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By Zolton in New Music, Video on Sunday 27 May 2007

Ok. Get past the cheesy Americanized intro and you’ll see a startlingly good live performance of the Fiest track, Feel It All. We linked to the MP3 of this song a week or so back. But this is her rough and raw, singing like a whiskey beaten angel as the bus trawls its way through […]

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Feist

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By Zolton in New Music on Monday 21 May 2007

Ummm. This is just too damn good. Seriously. I would trade my entire collection of Archie comics to have been in the recording studio the day this vocal went down, listening to a voice so pure that if Mt Franklin could bottle it and sell it at a premium they probably would. [see also Planning […]

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Meet TurboRoo, a two-legged chihuahua with 3D printed wheels for his front legs

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By Low Lai Chow in Tech on Monday 10 November 2014

Born with his two front legs missing, two-legged chihuahua TurboRoo was just a six-month-old puppy when he got fitted for a 3D-printed wheelchair to help him walk on ground. The feisty dog uses the device to push him forward as he walks on his hind legs. Like Lazarus, the cat with a cleft palate, TurboRoo […]

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The world’s oldest cat is 24 years old (114 human years)

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Trends on Wednesday 28 May 2014

The secret to longevity: KFC. Ok maybe not, but that’s what keeps the world’s oldest cat going and going and going. Poppy, a 24-year old cat – that’s 114 in human years – from Bournemouth, England, was recently recognized as The Guinness Book of World Records’ oldest living cat.

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All-new Range Rover Sport sets a record for crossing the Empty Quarter desert

Lost At E Minor Contributor

By Lost At E Minor in New Trends on Monday 6 January 2014

While you can spend days poring over statistics about torque, horsepower and suspension, the only way to truly gauge a vehicle’s performance is to push it to the limit in the real world. This is exactly what Land Rover has been doing with their all-new Range Rover Sport in a series of “Driven Challenges” that began this year at the world-famous Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb.

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Sure, eat your sushi, but fight off this shark first

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Trends on Tuesday 6 August 2013

When there’s no room in hell, the sharks will, er, eat our sushi. Good thing we have these things called ‘chopsticks’. Makes it easier for us to wrestle our food from sharks like the feisty humans we are!

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Forget guard dogs, China’s taking to guard geese

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By Low Lai Chow in New Trends on Wednesday 31 July 2013

We’ve known geese to be a feisty bunch yes, but who knew they’d make good partners in, er, fighting crime? In the Xinjiang province of China, the boys in blue are using geese to watch over the police stations at night.

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Interview with Melbourne singer-songwriter Ainslie Wills

Nini Baseema Contributor

By Nini Baseema in New Music on Wednesday 13 March 2013

You Go Your Way, I’ll Go Mine is the debut album by Melbourne singer/songwriter Ainslie Wills (released on 4 March). Delivering on the promise of the 2010 EP, Somebody For Everyone, and recent appetisers such as Lemon Japan and Fighting Kind, You Go Your Way, I’ll Go Mine is just as charming as we hoped it […]

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New illustrations by Nephyla

Dusk Puppet Reader Find

By Dusk Puppet in New Illustration on Tuesday 14 August 2012

Hailing from France, Nephyla’s sassy comic style cannot fail to charm. Bums, boobs, feisty ladies, brooding gents, all lovingly drawn with a wink and a smile. She is the author of the Geek and Girly comic, has worked on numerous kids books, and has illustrated for Blizzard’s World of Warcraft.

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Pop Hive Online Show

Nicole Trilivas Reader Find

By Nicole Trilivas in Cool Websites on Tuesday 21 February 2012

My new favorite Friday morning ritual is watching always-glam Bitchbuzz editor-in-chief Cate Sevilla break down the best of the week’s pop culture highlights in a feisty, female-centric slant. Along with news and commentary, the weekly online show also features interviews with new female talent like DJ duo Broken Hearts and comedian Vicki Stone.

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The official trailer for the next Muppet Movie

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By Zolton in New Film on Wednesday 22 June 2011

Hooray! They’re back. Those furry, fluffy, feisty bastions of cultural integrity. The Muppets are hitting the big screen once again, and life may never quite be the same again. [watch The Muppets perform Stand By Me]

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El Dorado, Massachusetts

The Urban Grocer Contributor

By The Urban Grocer in Cool Travel on Friday 19 March 2010

If your quest for the perfect Mexican pit-stop seems like seeking the lost city of gold, then you’ll feel like a proud explorer when you discover Dorado Tacos and Cemitas in Brookline, Massachusetts, just outside of Boston.

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Ortolan

Casper Johansson Reader Find

By Casper Johansson in New Music on Thursday 11 February 2010

Much like the beautiful, thumb-sized songbird from which the band derives its name, the music of Ortolan possesses the kind of startling beauty that reintroduces wonder to the weary. With playful lyrical themes ranging from sandcastles to buckets of light to fanciful creatures following you home, it s music with sass and spunk, born from fierce […]

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Fiasco Burning

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By Zolton in New Music on Wednesday 4 February 2009

Australian rock band, Fiasco Burning, play melodic, soulful music infused with off beat lyrical hooks and bursting with singalong choruses. Their debut album, Place, is a feisty, summery sound, described by their engineer as ‘chocolate rock’. We checked in with drummer Anthony Brookman and asked him what the hell that refers to: ‘It’s flavoursome, smooth, fruity, […]

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