for the first time in history, NDY toronto is opening it’s esteemed doors to MULTIPLE BANDS WITH WOMEN
So how many years did it take them to remember we exist?
While it didn’t have many bands with women, last year did have more than one band with at least one woman (LIFE CHAIN, VIXENS and CUNT PUNT and maybe I’m forgetting some?). I still don’t think it’s nearly enough, but let’s at least give credit to the women who were involved.
La Luna, Anti-vibes, Circle Takes The Square, Lord Snow, Mighty Atom all were bands with women
Year two had Nuclear Spring and Fucked Up (although their show was more loosely connected to the fest).
Hehe it’s me
This is a picture I didn’t take but I’m really excited to see my boyfriend in 49 hours and 35 minutes.💖HAROLD💖
From a Japanese CC commercial
Studying karate since she was ten, Rina is black belt in Ryukyu Shorin-ryu Karate.
Late spring of each year, residents see caplin (or capelin, to non-Newfoundlanders) rolling onto the shores. Large, dense schools move close to the beaches for spawning (first males, then females), while avoiding the pods of whales migrating down the coast, but are quickly met with people and their nets.
During this season, certain beaches are known to turn silver with the fish as they roll themselves in the waves, right up onto the rocks. They are considered a reliable and important local food source that can be eaten fresh (fried or baked), frozen, or salted and dried for use throughout the year. Freshly pickled fish can be dried lying on a flake, hanging on pins in a board, or hung up like laundry (as seen above). Though less common among younger generations and tourists, the females’ bright orange roe (eggs) can be harvested easily, and is exceptionally delicious directly from the fish, or lightly salted and kept. Further, for some communities the caplin (along with kelp) are traditionally collected and used to enrich soil - as a fertilizer - for homestead gardens.
Similar to smelt, the traditional way to eat the fish is whole as the innards and head become delicious when cooked or dried, and the bones are soft and edible.
The photos in this set were taken in late June, 2014 at Middle Cove beach - a popular location to fill your boots.
Contributed by Lisa Wilson and Justin Oakey
Found some cool art.
Phil Lynott was a babe.
Phil Lynott of THIN LIZZY with his dog Gnasher.