Sunday, June 03, 2007

The Future

Jane sends this news:

"When the Koreans start something, they have dedication and discipline so they get very good results," said Monica "Krazee Grandma" Masuda, a 67-year-old from Sweden who has been a B-girl for eight years — and pulled off a headspin of her own during an exhibition at Friday's group performance battle. "Korean breakers are top level in the world."

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Extra value for readers of Dizzyhead Paul's Birotron piece in The Believer: More photos of "what The Future looked like in 1977."

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Tonight's the night—I'll be at KGB with Rivka Galchen and Jill Bialosky, reading from . . . The Dizzies!

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