Ecuadorean Embassy, London, May 20 — Richard Stallman & Julian Assange celebrate the news that the Nobel Committee has awarded the 2014 Peace Prize to American President Edward Snowden.
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The Truth is Out There
New York City, May 3 — A couple eats a Cronut at a cafe, unaware that this “new” invention was at the focus of a war for world pastry domination half a century ago.
Edie Sedgwick Miniaturized!
Pittsburgh, May 17 — Edie Sedgwick Must Die: In 1969, New York City’s most brilliant inventor, Edie Sedgwick was on the verge of an innovation that would change culture as we know it. Suddenly government[…]
US – Russian relations warm as Presidents Snowden & Tolokonnikova sign non-surveillance treaty.
Washington DC, May 9 — President Tolokonnikova and President Snowden announcing the signing of a new non-surveillance treaty: A child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all. They’ll never know[…]
Obama Pardons, then apologizes to Manning
Washington DC, May 1 — Today President Obama pardoned, and then apologized to Chelsea Manning. Reading from a set of prepared remarks, Obama said,
Roller Disco w DJ Sedg Wick!
Edinburgh, Scotland, May 2 — Join DJ Sedg Wick for an all-night Roller Disco party! Skate Fit Edinburgh return to host their ever popular Adult Roller Disco. This event will include a regular roller disco[…]
Maurizio Cattelan installs Edie Sedgwick at National Galleries Scotland
Edinburgh, Scotland, April 29 — In a new site-specific work for The National Galleries Scotland famed sculptor Maurizio Cattelan has installed screen legend Edie Sedgwick. Cattelan has placed Sedgwick on a 1 meter square pedestal[…]
Serra’s Arc Tilts on Actress in Bilbao
Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, April 27 — Today screen actress Edie Sedgwick was nearly killed when she tried to “experience” one of Richard Serra’s sculptures in the galleries here. The toppling sculpture pinned Sedgwick to the[…]
Moscow, March 4, 2018 — By one of the narrowest margins in Russian election history newcomer Nadezhda Tolokonnikova has edged out incumbent Vladimir Putin to become only the 4th president of Russia since 1990.