Dirty Blonde: High Times at the Bell House

The Union Hall crew opens another spot, and adds to a surprising resurgence

The Mugs tune up at the Bell House.
Jay Lajoie
The Mugs tune up at the Bell House.

Not only will Frank (who co-wrote Fool the World: An Oral History of a Band Called the Pixies) and Buckholtz (a freelance writer and rabbi of the East Village's 6th Street Community Synagogue) read from their new book—which prompted a reopening of the cold case by the LAPD—but they'll also screen remastered New Wave Theatre episodes not seen since 1983. (And there aren't any immediate plans to do anything with them after Wednesday night, so this is pretty much the only way to see 'em.) At the Heeb-sponsored party, DJs will spin Ivers's music while the hosts give out Eraserhead party favors—Ivers wrote the centerpiece song for Lynch's cult classic, which is where the tome's title comes from; the song was also frequently covered by the Pixies, which is how Frank got himself into this whole mess. The party's open to the public; no need to RSVP.

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