By Alexis Simpson It’s that time of year again! We are going to be at Movement during the day and at a bunch of parties at night (mostly TV, Populux, The Masonic Temple, and The Works). It will be exhausting, but these are indeed the best parties of the year. Stay tuned for our pre, […]
By Alexis Simpson I’ve wanted to have an online store to sell my photography prints, but I could never decide on a site in which to sell them on. I finally decided on Etsy, and have been in the process of uploading products. It’s a work in process, but I’ve also decided to sell […]
By Dave Palmer Modern society is increasingly turning to electronic solutions for nearly everything. Whether it be shopping, banking, or communicating, we hear the same mantra: It’s faster and more convenient. Job hunting has, of course, been relegated almost entirely to the online world as well. The same idea of greater convenience, easier connection to […]
By Alexis Simpson Paul and I are getting married this July, so I’ve been busy making a wedding mixtape to play during our outdoor party. If you’re curious what is on it, check it out here and click FOLLOW: https://open.spotify.com/user/alexisincolor/playlist/13Isyp8P0YTT1GZCYLaGTP Let me know what great songs I’m forgetting!!!! Or, as always we have our Noize […]
By Alexis Simpson UPDATE: BOTH baby eagle chicks hatched! Make sure to click on the live feed below to see them:) A few weeks ago I stumbled across the Facebook group, “The Hanover Eagle Watch,” and I’ve been fascinated by it ever since. The Pennsylvania Game Commission, HDOnTap, Comcast Business, Friends of Codorus State Park and several other partners have […]
By: Dave Palmer Once again I find myself staring the future right in its ugly face. A future of uncertainty, trepidation, and anxiety. A future in which I am cast into the ranks of the unemployed, though I have not done anything wrong other than choose teaching as a profession. My performance was satisfactory or better on […]
By Alexis Simpson I’ve photographed the North American International Auto Show in Detroit the last three years, and it’s a love/hate event. The major pro of photographing the show is that I’ve gotten to sell my photo to publications such as Forbes and The Wall Street Journal. In fact, the first photo I ever had […]
By: Dave Palmer I started out this year with high hopes for the upcoming 365 days, as I have started many years in the past. And just like in the past, it wasn’t long before I was sorely disappointed, but not entirely shocked. According to an article in the January 5 Detroit Free Press, a […]
By Paul Detroit This is the best cover of Gwar’s “Sick of You” RIP ODERUS
By Dave Palmer Yes, you read the headline right, folks. Lansing’s latest and greatest plan to control deficits within school districts is to punish them by withholding funding. Schools that fail to navigate the labyrinthian requirements prescribed in Senate Bills 951-954 and 957 for submitting a deficit elimination plan could see their contribution from the […]
By Paul Detroit What’s with this guy?
By: Dave Palmer Friday the 13th has always been associated with strange, and sometimes eerie things happening. Heck, there was an entire series of movies dedicated to that idea. As it turns out, this Friday the 13th is no different, according to an article on Governor Snyder’s most recent attempt at school reform in the Detroit […]
by Alexis Simpson My boyfriend Paul loves watching YouTube videos, and has a knack at finding interesting ones. I thought it would be fun to share them 😉 The first one he picked is a video of two crazy Russians climbing on the outside of a skyscraper in China. Last night as I was watching it […]
Attention readers! Lock up your wives and your daughters, bar your windows and doors, and prepare to defend yourself! Heinous criminals in Fort Lauderdale were caught (GASP!) distributing food to the homeless! I think I feel faint… According to NBC News, a new ordinance against providing food to the needy in Fort Lauderdale, Florida has […]
By: Dave Palmer Lately, it seems like one can hardly come across a television news station that isn’t featuring a story at some point in time about Ebola. The stories tell of the latest infected citizens and the steps being taken to prevent the spread of the disease. The debates surround whether or not we […]
By Dave Palmer There is no doubt that in order to run for office, you need money. Lots of money. Millions of dollars worth of money if you want to serve at the state and national level. Hundreds of millions if you’re shooting for the presidency. Even local elections command anywhere from tens of thousands to […]
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By Alexis Simpson Riot Fest is this weekend in Chicago and we will be there to cover it! We made a mixtape up on Spotify for that that want to listen to the artists that will be there!
By Dave Palmer June 27th brought some fairly wicked weather to the metro-Detroit area. Thunderstorms with quarter-size and golf-ball-size hail menaced several counties, complete with high-speed winds and reports of tornadoes. While the area that I was in was spared most of the brunt of mother nature’s wrath, she did manage to plunge most of […]
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By Alexis Simpson Go here http://www.revolvermag.com/news/photos-king-810-behind-the-scenes-of-fat-around-the-heart-music-video.html#slide-30 to see my photos in Revolver magazine from King 810’s recent video shoot for “Fat Around the Heart!”
By Alexis Simpson Noize now has Paul Detroit helping us with videos! We just made our own Youtube channel and will be adding some great videos. Subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/noizenewsdetroit
By Paul Detroit Here is a video summary of our time at Electric Forest 2014!
By: Dave Palmer June 30th, 2014 has become a red-letter day in history, thanks mostly to the Supreme Court’s latest decision “that requiring family-owned corporations to pay for insurance coverage for contraception under the Affordable Care Act violated a federal law protecting religious freedom,” according to the New York Times. The decision was the culmination of a […]