21.12.2011 [Contactmusic.com] - While she was married to Avedon, the couple's friend - playwright/screenwriter Leonard Gershe - based his popular musical FunnyFace loosely on their relationship. Avedon Siegel started her career on Broadway, touring with Mae West, before going on to
This gentle ballad is the first B-Side of 'Snow ((Hey Oh))' (the second is 'I'll Be Your Domino') from the 2006 album 'Stadium Acadium' by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Please listen... - 11.28.2009, YouTube
13.12.2011 [PluggedIn] - But our fave has got to be 'funnyface', which lets you stretch faces any way you like using the touchscreen. We might have wanted to see a little more speed in the Samsung MV800, and a Wi-Fi option would have been the icing on the cake.
11.12.2011 [TSN] - Virtue and Moir insist they're not concerned with how they'll finish overall, saying they're focused rather on laying down a strong free dance to music from the movie "FunnyFace." "Nothing changes in our gameplan, we're still really excited about our
11.09.2013 - Broad Street Licensing Group client FunnyFace now has its own iPhone app ! Click here to download this free i […] Phone app. It’s fun & best of all, it’s free. Enjoy. And enjoy this quickie FunnyFace cartoon: Share this:
30.08.2013 - That monster grabbing a bite off young Leos hand sure looks menacing! Wait, does anyone else think the creepy creature looks familiar? Photo via Buzzfeed If photo above seems to remind you of something, we’re sure it’s the 1991 sci-fi comedy horror film entitled Critters 3 , which was Leonardo di ...
12.12.2011 [Time Out London] - Ever heard the saying 'if the wind changes your face will stick that way'? Well photographer Paul Heneker has captured some of the funniest faces and is exhibiting them in all their silly glory at the Strand Gallery until December 17.
16.12.2011 [The Fortnightly Review] - With fellow atheist-barker Richard Dawkins, Hitchens worked the secularist midway, putting a red nose and a funnyface on nihilism and despair and setting up straw-men dressed as faith and belief, then knocking them over with outrageous ease.