Day twenty-four: Take a picture with something irl that you think could be from Doctor Who?
I’m going with the library at school because it looked like it was painted by aliens
I always loved BGSU’s library, with its bookend design on the outside, and impressive popular culture library inside. Nice to see the official Doctor Who blog giving it a little love.
In this ‘83 BMW R80, The GasBox has put together the cleanest custom motorcycle I’ve ever seen. I’m so enamored with this thing, can’t even put words together in a way that makes any sense. Fortunately, Ian Lee, over at Pipeburn has already created a worthy writeup.
This is Garet from Columbus-based indie rock quartet Indigo Wild.
Just wanted to spread the news about an upcoming “Fuck-Yeah-Moment”. We’re going on tour this July with a fantastic band from Cincinnati called The Yugos. For our last date of the tour (July 19th), we’re throwing a homecoming show at Rumba Cafe in Columbus and doing something a little different…we’re bringing 3 bands from Cincinnati onto the bill. We’re really excited to introduce some new music to Columbus and most importantly, we’re excited to show all 3 bands how rad Columbus is…so we’re putting a lot of effort into promoting it.
We’re stoked on the concept of bringing two cities together, and we’d be so grateful if you’re able to help spread the word about it.
Here’s a link to the official event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1514222612130403
The 3 Cincinnati bands playing are:
1) PUBLIC - recently signed to Paradigm booking / just opened for Neon Trees
2) Multimagic - recently released an awesome new single and also played CMJ
3) The Yugos - our tour companions who are playing Bunbury Fest ’14 and releasing a new single for the tour
Basically Ohio is awesome and this show is proof. Hope to hear from you guys soon! Btw, our email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank You & Fuck Yeah,
By now, I’m pretty sure everyone has heard of the Columbus, Ohio based Kickstarter campaign to make potato salad and I’m not saying that some halfway decent potato salad isn’t worth over 50 thousand dollars ($56,758, as I write this), but there are a couple other Columbus Kickstarters that may also deserve a few of your greenbacks:
The Commissary is “A flexible space for pop-ups, meetings, and classes where food makers and farmers can experiment, create, collaborate, and share.” - Already funded, but has some great stretch goals like a public cookbook library and an official kitchen demonstration station.
"We’re The Shazzbots!" is Central Ohio’s #1 kid’s rock band “making the galaxy’s greatest kid’s TV show, spotlighting the creative arts!” - Not funded yet. They only need another $9k in the next 11 days. I saw these folks at the Doo Dah Parade and they’re a lot of fun. Even better, they’ll be creating this professionally produced TV show right here in Columbus, Ohio.