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 TrueLife, 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.
Zoe Kazan's latest movie, The Exploding Girl, aptly applies to the 25-year old actress. The granddaughter of Elia Kazan and daughter of screenwriter-directors Nicholas Kazan and Robin Swicord, is set to appear in a slew of upcoming films. Star Foreman photographed her at beach house in Santa Monica.
INKED editor Jason Buhrmester celebrated the release of his first novel Black Dog this week at Angels & Kings. The novel imagines what happened to $203,000 that disappeared from Led Zeppelin's hotel room in July 1973.
After the fire-hoola-hooping and fire-swallowing, the naked Michael Jackson impersonator fucking a baby doll, and the chick who blew a candle out with her vagina, the boob parade at the Slipper Room's "Sunday Show" felt like the wholesome part of the program.
The most recent episode of everyone's favorite lovely lady party took place at Williamsburg's Kalli Lounge and featured DJ Lesbian Van Halen, DJ Soho making out, and Long Island Roller Rebels dressed up as zombies.