Today from NYFF, Nick Pinkerton goes long with Oliver Assayas's
Something in the Air
Written and directed by Oliver Assayas
Screens Friday, October 12th at 6:30 p.m.
Writing about Jean Eustache's second feature, 1974's Mes petites amoureuses, Luc Moullet recollected a conversation with the direc ... More >>
As Grant Hart bravely dealt with a godawful fire that nearly gutted his boyhood home in his native South St. Paul last year, the drummer/guitarist and visual artistformerly of American noise-pop legends Hüsker Düfound an emotional outlet, positing his brilliant pop songsmithery towar ... More >>
By Nick Minichino
Weezer/Flaming Lips w/Yeasayer
PNC Bank Arts Center
Thursday, July 28
Better than: Not seeing Bush at the Bowery Ballroom.
It's extremely easy to forget the advantages of an large-scale concert if you've gone, say, a decade eschewing such shows. Massive venues with lawn seatin ... More >>
A pair of pineapples flank the stairway of a house on Charles Street, welcoming visitors.
After seeing wrought iron pineapples all over the West Village and wondering what they meant, I decided to investigate.
Delmonico's as it looks today. The columns on either side of the door are said to come from Pompeii.The modern restaurant as we know it was invented in 1831 south of Wall Street at Delmonico's, based on Swiss and French models. The previous sort of establishment was usually a hotel dining roo ... More >>
Each Thursday, your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from basements, thrift stores, estate sales and flea markets. I do this for one reason: Knowledge is power.
The Unhappy Gays
Author: Tim LaHaye
Publisher: Tyndale House
The ... More >>