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Pink Flamingos dig the February thaw, too

On a stroll around the blocks surrounding A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville, my cherished rescue mutt Ellie B and I encountered some grounded birds. 96 more words


Podcast: "Pink Flamingos."

I start off by invoking the power of Gummo, and notorious Scandinavian films everywhere. Pink Flamingos will either scar you for life or enrich the mind; if you do not think that John Waters is a real artist, go take a look at Andy Warhol, who was quite reputable. 28 more words

#242: Flamingos in a Deluge

I promise:
this poem is only about weather
and the pink flamingos
drowning in the back yard.
Old Man Winter fought tooth
and nail against warming: 89 more words


The Naro Escape: Pink Flamingos (Or Divine Horror)

Horror has become a blanket term since probably the early 19th Century to the point that terror and horror have become more or less interchangeable. Somewhat unfortunate because there’s an important distinction to be made between them. 801 more words

Area youth ballroom dancers take home top titles

The Pink Flamingos competition team of Ballroom ONE Dance Company is taking kids ballroom dancing to a new level in NEPA.

The Pink Flamingos team consists of six dancers ages 10-12 that train in Ballroom, Latin and Swing Dance at Ballroom ONE Dance Company in Scranton  under the direction of Mrs. 222 more words


Cultural Contexts -John Waters Pink Flamingos in relation to the Abject

In this essay I will be examining the 1972 cult classic Pink Flamingos within the context of modernity, particularly focusing on Abjection. As well as exploring the abject as a theatrical idea I will display how Pink Flamingos perfectly illustrates Abjection as an artistic choice. 1,497 more words