The weekly Tuesday party 66Sick rang in its second-and-a-half year anniversary with a live screamathon by Andrew WK and a five-pound tub of gummy worms in place of vodka for the alcohol-free host, Josh Madden.
The three day Dances of Vice festival kicked off its weekend with a boat tour on The Rose for a night of elaborate costumes and performances by puppeteers, belly dancers, the Ragwater Revue, and sometime Dresden Dolls drummer Brian Viglione.
Moby, Chris Noth, Nicole Atkins, Brian McGraw, and that guy from 30 Rock all stopped by for the opening of Wired's fourth annual pop-up store, which will remain open in the Meatpacking District until December 28.
Love it or hate it, the G train—the subway line that connects Queens to Brooklyn—is having a moment, of sorts. A fresh take on the Miss Subways Pageant, the first-ever Miss G Train Pageant took place last night at the City Reliquary in Williamsburg. Here're 10 of the 11 contestants. More abo...
The stars of the adult world donned enough to legally be seen in public (for the most part) and their fans flocked to snap cell-phone shots for a celebration of convention center proportions. Live from Las Vegas, photos from our very own Nate "Igor" Smith.
Mayhem ensued at 171 Lombardy at a benefit that included a performance by Gut for Garters, an assault (so to speak) on the stage by the partygoers, and free entry for those who showed their junk at the door.
The 12th annual Mr. LES pageant took place on Thursday, November 12 at Bowery Poetry Club. Reverend Jen organized, Bored To Death's Jonathan Ames and Jason Schwartzman showed, and Mangina "performed." Alas, the Man with the plastic vag didn't win.
On Wednesday, November 11, 2009, anti-humor greasy-combover comedian Neil Hamburger headlined in Williamsburg. JP Incorporated opened, Todd Barry and Gavin McInnes showed, as did a roomful of dudes and their uneasily offended lady friends. And yes, there were Michael Jackson jokes.
To the crematorium, mainly. Our November 11 cover story investigates the various ways pet owners choose to honor their furry friends, and the thriving coterie of pet funeral homes, cemeteries, and crematoriums waiting to help them.