Monthly Archives: December 2011
Happy New Year! Be safe, everyone.
By Geo Ong I love silent movies. I love the physical comedy of Buster Keaton, the pathos and social commentary of Charlie Chaplin, and the haunting atmosfears of films like Metropolis and Battleship Potemkin. So, when I geared myself up … Continue reading
By Margaret Hedderman People like Al Gore get a lot of flak for their “hypocritical environmentalism.” How can he be an environmentalist if he’s constantly jetting all over the world, emitting CO2, etc… etc…? Or there’s David de Rothschild who … Continue reading
By Sarah Jost I’m not usually the introspective type, but lately I’ve found myself in a near-constant state of anxiety and have been trying to figure out why. After years of saving, I’m finally back abroad and living what should … Continue reading
With the holidays dwindling down and the old year coming to an end, the Urchins look forward to the new year, and we want to share with you what excites us most about 2012. Possibilities. By the time 2012 arrives, … Continue reading
This week’s theme: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year! Geo Sarah Margaret Next week’s theme: 2012. Send us your photos of what you’ll be doing before the end of the world!
Once again, we come to the Holiday Season, a deeply religious time that each of us observes, in his own way, by going to the mall of his choice. -Dave Barry
By Sarah Jost British comedian and dearly beloved Urchin favourite person Michael McIntyre has a joke about not feeling Christmas-y. Everyone’s been there. ‘I don’t know what it is, but I’m just not feeling Christmas-y. Are you feeling Christmas-y? I … Continue reading
By Geo Ong Have you given any thought to your new year’s resolution(s)? These people have, and they want to share them with you.
Is anybody else aware that first official trailer for The Hobbit has been released? It’s a Christmas miracle! To celebrate, in an extremely unrelated way, The Urchins are sharing their favourite holiday tunes! Rejoice! The Hobbit will soon be here! … Continue reading