This guy is clearly nuts, but also entertaining. Skip past the snake oil sales pitch to the 30 second mark:
Archives for October 2009
The City Reliquary‘s original sign before it moved to Metropolitan in ’06. [image via] The City Reliquary is proud to host the Southside Halloween Festival, an evening-long multi-disciplinary party with candy, music and games. Created especially for the City Reliquary, there will be an atmospheric adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado,” Fortune […]
As you may have heard, a Drano Bomb was detonated by an NYPD bomb squad a little after midnight Saturday night on S. 3rd b/t Roebling and Havemeyer, after being spotted on the sidewalk by an eagle-eyed resident. For those of you not familiar with Anarchist Cookbook-type humbuggery, a Drano Bomb, as defined by Urban […]
My friends at Goddamn Cobras just released a video for Brooklyn-based band Pearl and the Beard. I posted about their search for some shoot locations, and it looks like they succeeded. Anyone have Will Smith’s e-mail?
A little peek at a famous painting’s inspiration to start your week off creatively. via fffound and The Daily What
If you’ve spent any time in Williamsburg, you’ve undoubtedly seen—uh,heard—Anthony Delia, aka Subaru Dude. One of the neighborhood’s many iconic characters, he can be spotted almost daily driving along in his red Subaru and singing classics by Sinatra and countless others, generally to the delight of everyone who happens to be in earshot. As a […]
Neon Indian – Roots Studio Cale Parks – Roots Studio More Photos After the CMJump!
And it was spectacular. Songs like “Bird on a Wire,” “Suzanne” and “Everybody Knows” percolated throughout Madison Square Garden for several hours, as Cohen demonstrated that you can still rock out with hat head and sing about naked ladies at age 75. The crowd was composed of about 3/4 people over the age of 50, […]