It's free, people, FREE!
At South Street Seaport, this Friday night.
You can even ride the NY Water Taxi to get there...Anyone want to pre-booze at the lic beach bar?
Water Taxi has a coupon posted at the bottom of their page.
The Juan Maclean are dj'ing tomorrow at the outdoor beach-disco at PS1 in Queens.
For those of you not going to Bloc Party, well, you should come meet me down there.
3-9pm (doors open at noon)
Tix: there (line); ticketweb; agnes b. stores
Check out this video. No way you don't start a-grindin' by the end of it.
Midnight at the IFC Center
And if anyone is around this afternoon and wants to escape the heat, I'd also like to see Little Miss Sunshine, Brothers of the Head or I Like Killing Flies.
Superficial, perhaps, (it's a 5 min interview) but better than just who's bombing who today.
You can catch the reruns: tonight 1am, tomorrow 2pm and 8pm.
This is for everyone, but especially Jacque because she likes duets.
Check out the Helicopter vid, I especially enjoyed the pigzards in it.
Bloc Party rocks!
The trailer for the forthcoming feature documentary, "Dirty Hands," about Upperplayground contributor and SF street artist David Choe.
Check it Here.
Printed Matter is throwing their first T-Shirt sale/party this Saturday from 12-7 (djs spin at 4).
Kayrock and Wolfy
195 Tenth Avenue at 22nd Street
hot damn. a huge congratulations to our friend will clarke on this glowing -- new york times review -- of his two amazing novels:
lord vishnu's love handles: a spy novel (sort of)
(already bought by paramount and soon be a major motion picture from the producer of "sideways")
the worthy: a ghost story.
Labels: arrested development
gnarls (gump) barkley :: smiley faces ::
amazing. plus, anything with dennis hopper wins extra points by me.
yeah yeah yeahs :: turn into ::
pretty pretty pretty.
the knife :: silent shout ::
more like the ring. creepy as expected.
dabrye :: smoking the edge ::
dope illustrations by lucy mclauchlan of british graffiti collective beat 13.
You know you want it.
What do you think?
While watching this weeks episode of "Entourage" I was delighted to hear my favorite ambisexual rapper, Mickey Avalon's song come on. While not terribly gifted(it's not wu-tang people) it is addictive as hell. Do the Jane Fonda!
mp3:: jane fonda
Shepard Fairey will be signing copies of Supply & Demand, a retrospective book of all his art at The New Museum.
556 West 22nd Street (at 11th Ave)
And of course, there's an afterparty:
@ Home Sweet Home
131 Chrystie Street (between Delancey and Broome)
== chihuly nights @ the new york botanical gardens ==
so glad the rain held up until today.
it was amazing to see them all lit up at night, but hard to capture on my little digital elph, sans tripod. i'm actually thinking of going back during daylight hours with a real camera if anyone's interested.
It's similar to my other 50's video post ("you see, Ralph was sick in the head. Ralph was a homosexual") in that it's from the 50's and funny. But this one is much tamer and fun for the whole family (particularly the guys) to watch.
Hm. I haven't tried some of those.
at 2:21 this morning, july 15th, helena sol labounty burst onto the scene at 7 lbs., 8 oz.
Watch Robert Newman's History of Oil. Very funny, very enlightening, very scary.
And, nothing to do with smart points, but I can't be bothered to do another post... the one red paperclip guy got his house.
everybody came dressed as their favorite gay player...er....basketball gayer...i mean...basketball player. sheesh.
two days later when i was finally over my hangover, nate made a little friend at the mets game.
my dad (on left) and step-mom were in town visiting, and staying at the hotel nickenate. on wednesday we went to see superman at the imax in 3-D!
also staying in room #3N this week, are my brother's wife jamie and her mother pat. they took time out of their busy schedule to smell the flowers. even though there's no time.
on sunday, in honor of the world cup, nate and i went and kicked a ball around at mccarren park. even if it was just a hackey sack. vive le italia! or something like that.
and nate made another miniature friend.
Labels: my week
eeehhhmmm, allow me to introduce you to a one miss theodora stites. aside from being an LTD member she is also a distinguished young writer whose essay "rock my network" was adapted from a book (due out this summer) for a NY Times article that was in sundays modern love section. 3 cheers for theo!! i'd also like to note that its gotten some press from other non mentionable online news sources. she's on the radar! congrats!!