Pity the bleary-eyed TV executive.
Chase N. Cashe may be the most popular guy in hip-hop. In a few short years, the New Orleans rapper/producer has ingratiated himself with seemingly everyone; being memorably name-checked by Drake on "9 am in Dallas," winning Grammy Awards, clocking production credits with the likes of Beyonce and Li ... More >>
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If while listening to Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail, you experienced an indescribable sensation that you were actually listening to an encrypted invitation to a very luxurious party with a super exclusive guest list and even more ridiculous gift wish list, you were right!!! We made note of every pe ... More >>
Dotan Negrin is a guy who plays piano out on the streets for money, but to say he's just another street performer is like saying Felix Baumgartner -- you know, that guy that jumped from the stratosphere back down to Earth last October -- is just another skydiver.
Seize the frieze
The New Museum looks back at life during Communism
Plus: Jean-Paul Gauthier at Jack Shainman Gallery; 'Crafting Genre: Kathryn Bigelow' at MOMA
Friars do Quentin Tarantino to a turn; Miami's pretty hot, too
CLICK HERE for my yuletide potpourri of a column which goes from movie premieres to Florida sun frolicking to free buffets to casino culture and back to the free buffets!
[Photo: Jeremy Clarkson, from Top Gear's US website.]For our European readers, this item will only confirm your worst assumptions about Americans as myopic idiots who have no idea what is going on in the rest of world.As for our readers here in the USA: we are myopic idiots who have no idea what is ... More >>
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The Wall Street Journal, reporting from Davos, asks (gulp), "Is Capitalism, as We Know It, Dead?" Pumped up from his experience as chief investigator of steroids abuse in baseball, George Mitchell is now in for some really heavy lifting: the testosterone-laden, rage-filled Arab-Jew death dance i ... More >>
It wasn't your overdue mortgage.
Earlier in the week, Gawker, on the unforgiving success-is-measured-by-page-view grind, yanked an Art Basel photo from Blogue of a dude identified as monster-scribbler Neckface. Shortly after they possibly blew up Nasty's spot, Blogue swapped out the original photo for one in which Mr. Neck's face i ... More >>
Take in the era of Old Golds and Il Duce
Bones' Beat is a weekly walk around the grounds of the New York art scene. This week, Bones visits the fall opening ceremonies in the commercial art village of Chelsea's west end. There sure are a lot of people here... The New York art world has long operated on an invented calendar that reflects ... More >>
Saatchi Online touches terra firma, mounts its first real-world New York art show
300 Chelsea galleries throw their doors open for the new fall season
Former figure skater and Japanese arranger revive standards bebop won't touch
Recipe for a retrospective: Mix sausages, bananas, Easter bunnies, cacti, and add chocolate
Photographers Capture the Naked Truth
With Chelsea Settled, Deitch Takes a Crack at Williamsburg
Creating a Space for Net Art
Curator Gao Minglu Brings the Chinese Avant-Garde West