Duke Riley spent his time as resident artist at Queen's Museum of Art constructing a flotilla of fighting vessels from which representatives of museums from across the city fought with baggettes and watermelon canons in the melted ice rink in Corona Park. (Queens Museum won.)
Banned—self-billed as a "traveling queer party" with the tagline, "We like to move"—recently took place at the East River Bar in Williamsburg. John Cameron Mitchell showed. The next one takes place Friday, August 28 at Coco 66 in Greenpoint.
That Andy Rourke (the one who was in the Smiths) hosts a party at Beauty Bar on Wednesdays with Greg Mishka and Ole Koretsky. Nate "Igor" Smith caught one of the last ones ever, as did Playboy Bunny Jelena Jensen.
The Obama-Joker-Socialist Thing nearly caused blog riots. But this isn't certainly isn't the first time Our President has been PhotoShop-spoofed. He's been an action figure, a viral symbol of HOPE, and Lex Luthor's BFF—it's all part of the job.
Last year may have marked Madonna's big five-oh, but her 51st birthday passed this weekend with a "bigger and better" Madonnathon than ever before, full of cover tributes and black Like A Virgin tank tops.
The monsoons that hit All Points West this year may have diminished the numbers visiting the Twix "misting tent," and lowered the population sitting on the "VIP Bleachers" to a scant zero, but the lineup was still incredible, and our own water-logged Rebecca Smeyne was there to capture the...
Dan Deacon, No Age and Deerhunter were scheduled to play another free show at East River Park in Williamsburg before thunder and lightning forced a last minute move to Brooklyn Bowl. The trio played a round robin set, trading off songs, and sometimes jamming on each others' music, as their fans...