Though summer isn’t renowned for being the height of good film season, that doesn’t mean we haven’t started to get excited for some forthcoming premiers. We probably won’t be forking over two Chipotle burritos-worth of coinage to see Men in … Continue reading
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Today’s regularly scheduled post about the LA County Fair has been postponed until next week. In its place, please enjoy this kinetic typography video by Matthew Rogers using the ever-so-sage words of our beloved Stephen Fry.
As we mentioned earlier, the Urchins are embarking on our first ever Urchin road trip. In preparation for our journey, we look to the interesting minds that have done it before us. Here it is – the Urchin Book Trunk! … Continue reading
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