This is what the last two Coachellas look like with only the female fronted acts. We did this for every year of the festival going back to 1999, and analyzed the gender breakdown by year. Data by Maria Sherman and Jane Kelly, graphics by Chris Ritter, and article by Amy Rose Spiegel.
As an artist, Caitlin Freeman found her calling in cake.
She bakes at the cafe in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, where the most popular item is a dessert inspired by the art of Piet Mondrian. It features geometric blocks of white velvet cake, colored red, blue and yellow, stacked together and “glued” with chocolate. It takes two days to prepare, according to her new cookbook, Modern Art Desserts.
Want. Cake. Now. -Heidi
Photos: Art 2013 Mondrian/Holtzman Trust c/o HCR International USA/Dessert Clay McLachlan/Reprinted by permission from ‘Modern Art Desserts’
That I was in a sailboat, gracing the gentle, moon-lit waves of the ocean. The soft glow of the stars alighted on me and my sailboat. Adorned with ecstasy and delight, I peered over the side of my boat as a glowing, neon yellow Leopard Seal with neon green spots ascended from the depths. It came to face me above the surface of the infinite, little waves glimmering in the Moon’s luminosity. The Seal’s mouth opened wide with a smile, it laughs, and I begin to laugh with it.. but only for a brief moment. Suddenly, the seal began to swim underneath and around my sailboat. I was determined to not let this moment end. With my arm extended, I reached out and waved my hand back and forth in the cool, deep blue water. As I notice the soft, grey star-glow upon my freckled arm and reflection in the water, the neon creature came around to my hand in the water. It paused and I stroked its head lovingly. I knew then, at that moment, the seal was a friend of my subconscious. The seal has been with me in my waking subconscious since the day I was born.
The submissions part of our #GrilledCheeseMonth contest has ended. The tasting part has just begun! #mwahahaha