Dont miss our baked goods, plants, pumpkins, music and more…plus alway Click here for more.Bayside Historical Society will be participating on Saturday in the Open House New York weekend, a five-borough-wide event that celebrates architecture and design.See I got business associates who are black and they don't want my son with their daughters and I don't want their sons with mine.
Wooded paths, exhibits, and festivities on the preserve will be featured, with eerie lighting, special effects, and characters along the way.
*All images and text woven between the Node articles, unless otherwise noted, are drawn from with 'Movements of Thought' and 'Knots of Thought' workshops, facilitated by Ramona Benveniste, Diego Gil, Csenge Kolozsvari, Mayra Morales & Leslie Plumb, from August 2014 - December 2014.
Margaret Donat on How Best to Keep healthy at the West Babylon Public Library on October 12, at p.m. If not, just you wait — winter will be here before you know it, and now is the time to get your house ready for the cold.
Trust us: You don't want to discover your furnace is dead on arrival of the first frost. (Nearby) To: Editor, Community Events From: Great Pumpkin Festival Saturday, October 14, 10 a.m.
(to Vito Spatafore) I could see if it was his daughter or a niece of his, but all this over some dead whore.
Stay the fuck away from Tony Soprano, shut the fuck up and listen. Rosenberg 183-277 History through the Middle: Between Macro and Mesopolitics - an Interview with Isabelle Stengers with Isabelle Stengers, Erin Manning, and Brian Massumi 183-275 Non-NODE non-TANGENT: No.3 - Micropolitics: Exploring Ethico-Aesthetics Affective Territories by Margarida Carvalho Margarida Carvalho 183-275 Appetite Forever: Amsterdam Molecule* Rick Dolphi jn and Veridiana Zurita Digestive Derivatives: Amsterdam Molecule* Sher Doruff Body of Water: Weimar Molecule* João da Silva Concrete Gardens: Montreal Molecule 1* Cuerpo Común: Madrid Molecule* Jaime del Val Dark Precursor: Naples Molecule* Beatrice Ferrara, Vito Campanelli, Tiziana Terranova, Michaela Quadraro, Vittorio Milone Diagramming Movement: London Molecule* Sebastian Abrahamsson, Gill Clarke, Diana Henry, Jeff Hung, Joe Gerlach, Zeynep Gunduz, Chris Jannides, Thomas Jellis, Derek Mc Cormack, Sarah Rubidge, Alan Stones, Andrew Wilford Double Booking: Boston Molecule* Phone: San Diego/Tijuana Molecule* Micha Cardenas, Chris Head, Katherine Sweetman, Camilo Ontiveros, Elle Mehrmand and Felipe Zuniga Futuring Bodies: Melbourne Molecule* Tony Yap, Mike Hornblow, Pia Ednie-Brown and her Plastic Futures studio- PALS Plasticity and Autotrophic Life Society, Adele Varcoe and her Fashion Design studio (both from RMIT) Generative Thought Machine: Sydney Molecule* Mat Wall-Smith, Anna Munster, Andrew Murphie, Gillian Fuller, Lone Bertelsen Humboldt's Meal: Berlin Molecule* Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll, Alex Schweder Lack of Information: Montreal Molecule 2* Jonas Fritsch, Christoph Brunner, Joel Mckim, Marie-Eve Bélanger... Beatrice Fazi, Jonathan Fletcher, Caroline Heron, Luciana Parisi Vagins-à-Dents: Hull Molecule * Marie-Ève Bélanger, Jean-Pierre Couture, Dalie Giroux, Rebecca Lavoie Wait: Toronto Molecule* Alessandra Renzi, Laura Kane Editorial: The Complexity of Collabor(el)ations Stamatia Portanova Trilogie Stroboscopique Lilith Antonin De Bemels The Speculative Generalization of the Function: A Key to Whitehead James Bradley Propositions for the Verge: William Forsythe's Choreographic Objects Erin Manning Extensive Continuum: Towards a Rhythmic Anarchitecture Steve Goodman & Luciana Parisi Feeling Feelings: the Work of Russell Dumas through Whitehead's Process and Reality Philipa Rothfield Against Full Frontal Alanna Thain Walking Distance from the Studio* Francis Alÿs The Red Line Lex Braes Research-Creation Collaboration* Marie Brassard & Alessander Mac Sween Occasional Experiences Series (excerpts)* Gerardo Cibelli Spatial Vibration: string-based instrumen, study II, 2008* Olafur Eliasson Hand's Door* Michel Groisman Interview* Louise Lecavalier untited* Otto Oscar Hernández Ruiz Bending Back In a Field of Experience* João da Silva How I learned to stop loving and worry about Dubai* Charles Stankievech 9MX15* Vinil Filmes Affective Commotion Alanna Thain Creative Propositions for Thought in Motion Erin Manning The Thinking-Feeling of What Happens: A Semblance of a Conversation Brian Massumi Clone your Technics!Gregg Lambert 368-380 Constructing Poiesis: Storyboards for an immersive diagramming Alan Prohm 381–415 Open Wide, Come Inside: Laughter, Composure and Architectural Play Pia Ednie-Brown416–427 Approximately Arakawa and Gins Ken Wark 448-449 A Perspective of the Universe Erin Manning and Brian Massumi 450-458 Axial Lecture on Self-Orientation George Quasha Demonstrator Bob Bowen Levitation Bob Bowen edited by Marie-Pierre Boucher, Patrick Harrop and Troy Rhoades Milieus, Techniques, Aesthetics Marie–Pier Boucher and Patrick Harrop i–iii What is Relational Thinking?Didier Debaise 1–11 38Hz., 7.5 Minutes Ted Krueger 12–29 Humans and Machines Thomas Lamarre 30–68 Simondon, Bioart, and the Milieus of Biotechnology Rob Mitchell 69–111 Just Noticeable Difference: Ontogenesis, Performativity and the Perceptual Gap Chris Salter 112–130 Machine Cinematography Henning Schmidgen 131–148 Alien Media: Interview with Rafael Lozano–Hemmer Marie–Pier Boucher and Patrick Harrop 149–160 Le temps de l’oeuvre, le temps de l’acte: Entretien avec Bernard Aspe Interview by Erik Bordeleau 161–184 Gobs and Gobs of Metaphor: Larry Bissonette’s Typed Massage Ralph James Savarese 185–224 Messy Time, Refined Ronald T Simon Transversal Fields of Experience Christoph Brunner and Troy Rhoades i-viii Ze Ne Z and the Re[a]d Shift BOOM! Then he hits Paulie with the other end of the shovel right in his stomach and runs off.)Patsy Parisi: (pulls out his gun) Here's some standard operating procedure. And here's the point to remember: my face is the last one you'll see, not Tony's..understand each other? Kelli Aprile: My brother's whole stupid pathetic dream was to follow in our father's footsteps. He was killed by some fat fuck in see-through socks. Carmela Soprano: No, that is what I'm trying to tell you. Tony Soprano: We tried it your way for fifteen years now, with Berry Brazel to validatin' his feelings and that fuckin' school did the same thing and what a surprise.