Keep your eyes peeled for Amiina playing some sweet live tunes in the film.
This is one of my new favorite craft books! It chronicles the start and the phenomenon of yarn graffiti.
The book is a definitive guide to the act of yarn bombing. It is chock full of examples, photos, and patterns, and offers plenty of information on the history of yarn bombing, and on the individuals and groups who initiated it, including those who continue to tag.
In addition to yarn graffiti, and how to be successful with it, there is also plenty of general reference on how to start knitting and crocheting, and offers instructions and resources to get you going with needle arts. I find the idea of craft and street art intertwining truly fascinating. If you're evenly slight intrigued, check out this book!
http://www.yarnbombing.com is the authors' blog with LOTS of photographic evidence.
I turn back to this cookbook time and time again. It's definitely a staple of vegan cookbooks in my home. A must have, for sure. A big thanks to Isa for making this whole vegan cooking experience even easier.
Oh, I did not like this movie too much. I was finding too many gitches, and it wasn't that funny. The only going for it, for me, was Tracy Morgan being very Tracy Morgan AS A COP with a gun! I did like seeing Guillermo Diaz portray Mexican drug lord Po' Boy, reminding of how much I miss the TV show "Weeds," and his performance in a similar role in that.
This is the book that average folks like my aunt (who is a non-reader), who doesn't understand a vegan diet or what the heck my deal is... she actually read it and approached me and shared the fact that she understood where I was coming from. She also said that even though she was shocked by what she read, she would still continue to eat and shop they way she currently does.