CAUSE I’M GAY… AND I KNOW IT
Next show I’ve organised at Vancouver’s ALF HOUSE. Come check it out. 1st band starts around 9pm. Located at 1342 E Georgia (+ Clark) near Commercial Drive.
$5 RECOMMENDED Cover Fee
(GSTS & Rags To Radio will need all the support for their cross-country tour!)
Rags To Radio
Oh No! Yoko
The critical role of Egypt’s soccer clubs may surprise us, but only if we don’t know the history that soccer clubs have played in the country. For more than a century, the clubs have been a place where cheering and anti-government organizing have walked together in comfort. Egypt’s most prominent team, Al Ahly, started its club in 1907 as a place to organize national resistance against British colonial rule. The word Al Ahly translated into English means “the national,” to mark their unapologetically political stance against colonialism. Al Ahly has always been the team with the most political fans. It’s also a team that’s allowed its players to make political statements on the pitch even though this is in direct violation of FIFA dictates. It’s no coincidence that it was Al Ahly’s star player Mohamed Aboutrika, aka “the Smiling Assassin,” who in 2008 famously raised his jersey revealing the T-shirt, which read “Sympathize with Gaza.”
My latest guilty pleasure; Xena! haha
I CANT EVEN.
WHITE LUNG - TWO SCENE
Reporter Serene Branson Flubs Grammy Intro
When I first saw this clip I thought it was funny. Then found out that she was hospitalised shortly right after it aired live. People are speculating it was a stroke.
The online version of my friends’ ongoing zine!
The Modern Ape