Sunday Times

April 6, 2008 at 5:51 pm 2 comments

Arts & Leisure kicked butt today:

A discussion with Jack McBrayer, who plays Kenneth the Page on “30 Rock.”  (If you haven’t watched “30 Rock” yet, it comes back on this Thursday.  I highly recommend watching.)

There’s a documentary coming out about old people singing pop music.  Awesome.  Watch the music video of “Sedated” too (and the trailer that comes on afterward).

Outkast’s Big Boi and the Atlanta Ballet (Mom, you like Outkast, remember “Hey Ya”?)

Now, onto other sections:

The tunnels that go into Penn Station were built 100 years ago!  See how differently they’re going to tunnel today and how they tunneled in the early 1900s.  Very cool!

West Point Cadets learn about the world, but instead of traveling the world, they just go on a field trip to Jersey City.

Death by blogging…(I don’t believe I will ever get this bad.)

Also, Philosophy at Rutgers

From Alex (it’s tough because I have two Alexes who send me things.  This is from the male Alex): Sure, You’d Like to Live There

I haven’t gotten to Week in Review or Book Review yet, but I feel like this is enough to keep you occupied.  Also, I may not be posting a lot in the coming week as I have lots of homework and another vacation!

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Entry filed under: Internet, New Jersey, New York City, New York Times, Television.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. alex  |  April 6, 2008 at 9:28 pm

    Hahaha, I would tell you to call me Big Al, but that may confuse your readers more.. fembot alex perhaps? or you can go old school and say alexandra, but only if you pronounce it with a russian accent. okay, back to the 20 page blip of the history of terrorism in america (who knew there could be so much?!)

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  • 2. Andrea  |  April 7, 2008 at 11:08 am

    I love 30 Rock and Kenneth, and can’t wait to see him in Forgetting Sarah Marshall (which includes ANOTHER favorite character from a show that’s not watched enough–How I Met Your Mother).

    Reply

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