Check out an advance screening of Jesus is Magic tonight at Galapagos. FREE L Magazine and Galapagos Art Space present The Williamsburg Film Series FREE Sneak Peak 35mm movies! Find out more here.
Archives for November 2005
There are a few jewels here, including one by Red Foxx titled, You Gotta Wash Your Ass. Check ’em all out here. [via BrooklynVegan]
And if you haven’t seen this Ferrer ad featuring a dancing Al Sharpton, it’s hilarious.
Cat Power has a new record coming out and will be at Tribeca Performing Arts Center on Nov 14. Recorded at Memphis, TN’s Ardent Studios over the summer by Stuart Sikes, ‘The Greatest’ while the most confident and life-affirming work of Chan Marshall’s career, is as intensely personal, haunting and provocative as any of its […]
Big show tonight in Greenpoint: Canadian Vice-sters Death From Above 1979 take a night off from their tour opening for Nine Inch Nails to rock out at Club Exit with Japanther, No Dynamics, and Meneguar. Click here for all the info.
The New York Times got a big scoop on Sunday and curiously buried it on page 14. It got trumped by their page one story about this obscure little company they discovered called Google which has, evidently, been doing pretty well recently. With Senate hearings into the handling of pre-war evidence FINALLY beginning this week, […]
We are VERY sad to hear this news about DMBQ: DMBQ’s van rolled from I-95 in Delaware en route from Baltimore to Brooklyn this afternoon. All members of the band have been hospitalized, as well as Michelle Cable from Panache Magazine and booking, who has been managing their tour. Mana “China” Nishiura did not survive […]
“On Tuesday, a bipartisan group of senators plans to meet and launch what the panel has labeled “Phase Two” of its investigation. That phase will focus in part on how the Bush administration handled prewar intelligence, including whether the information was misrepresented in statements to the public. The group of six senators is to meet […]
by Dave Thomas Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic In a month that begins and ends with polemics about the Gulf, will anyone notice? Can Harry Potter save Hollywood from an oversimplified news story that won’t die, I mean, the slump, the horrible, horrible slump? And is there even the slightest chance that “Rent” won’t suck? […]
Music Reviews by John Rickman Demander – EP (Triplicate) www.demandernyc.com The debut five-tracker by New York City’s Demander proves that small bands can have a big rock sound. You can hear this trio’s punchy exclamation-pop trying to break free from the modest moorings of its producers’ mixing consoles. The recording, intimate and unpretentious, presents the […]