From the AP: Evidence Gained Through Using Torture OK, US Officials Say by Michael J. Sniffen WASHINGTON — Evidence gained by torture can be used by the U.S. military in deciding whether to imprison a foreigner indefinitely at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as an enemy combatant, the government says.
Saturday December 4 At Rothko (116 Suffolk St) Price: $10 CALL THE COPS Presents: Vice Records Tour With: Panthers – 12AM Death From Above 1979 – 11PM Vietnam – 10PM
The Man, the myth, the Band – MCRORIE! This is the time of the year when people began announcing their Man of the Year awards. Let us be the first of surely many to announce MCRORIE-One Man Live! as our choice. This one man band wears eight custom designed sensors on his shoes, two midi […]
Somewhere in the woods of Smaland, Sweden, Gustav Ejstes toiled away his days working his mother’s farm and his nights brewing a mix of Swedish folk, jazz, hip-hop and classic 60’s pop and rock. From the distillery of these influences came Dungen, Ejstes’s band and its remarkable third album Ta Det Lugnt. You’ll find yourself […]
Protest the MoMA’s $20 entrance fee. Head out to Long Island City for some free art: Flux Factory proudly presents: CUTE AND SCARY through Dec 18th, 2004 an exhibit that will showcase works by emerging artists raised within a milieu where comics and Japanese animation began to reveal a dark side beneath the Hello Kitty […]