The Voice's 54th annual laurels for achievements in Off-Broadway theatre were held at Webster Hall Monday night. The event was hosted by Martha Plimpton (Pal Joey) and Daniel Breaker (Passing Strange, Shrek the Musical), with many guest presenters, including film star Anne Hathaway.
Self-described "part-time lolita and a famous club promoter" celebrated her 26th birthday on Saturday, May 16 at the Imperial and included cotton candy, cake, and turkey basters filled with neon liquid that provided endless opportunities to imply fellatio.
The last SheDickulous Sunday at Sugarland featured lab-coat costumes, a performance by mistresses She-Dick, an MTV crew filming a polyamorous-themed episode of True Life, and an appearance by Jasper James.
Newmindspace's tube war went down on Saturday, April 25 at Washington Square Park. The premise: 3,000 hand-painted blacklit reactive cardboard tubes were handed out and the battle lasted until everyone of the tubes were destroyed. In the end, everyone won. Photos by Paul Quitoriano.
Dust La Rock—the artist responsible for many Fool's Gold cover art for the likes of the Cool Kids, Kid Sister, and Kid Cudi—opened the solo art show "Best of the Beast" on Thursday, April 23 at Christopher Henry Gallery.