We're not saying they are stoned, even if some of these folks happened to be photographed at a High Times event or a hippie bonanza like Bonnaroo. But that dopey-eyed, obliterated, squinty-face caught forever on camera is always a hoot. Here are some of our favorites we've captured in the last few months.
Northside Festival was the L Magazine's flagship stab at a homegrown music festival for the Williamsburg-Greenpoint area featuring 50 local venues and dozens of bands and running from Thursday through Sunday.
You know we're all looking for something to smile about when Susan Boyle's trounced the internet and some fat dude just took home the hot body contest bacon, so to speak. Michael T hosts another installment of the ever-lasting party.
Recently, Dance Class, the monthly party emceed by resident DJs Prince Terrence, Blu Jemz, and Dances With White Girls, moved permanently over to the 205 Club on the Lower East Side from the Studio at Webster Hall. Cute girls and Reverend McFly of crunk-punk loopy-flow crew Ninjasonik showed,...
On Friday, Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors Convention at the Jacob Javits Center hosted a slew of actors, directors, writers, makeup artists, and general freaks from everyone's favorite scary movies, including Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro, filmmaker Tobe Hooper (of Texas Chainsaw Massacre...
The very first Banned—self-billed as a "traveling queer party" with the tagline, "We like to move"—recently took place at the Barrette Bar in Prospect Heights. The next one takes place Friday, June 26 at OutPost Lounge in Brooklyn. Photos by Maro Hagopian.
Backseat Conceptions organizes regular "zombie crawls" through various parts of New York. They made their way through Williamsburg on Sunday, May 31, from the Charleston to McCarren Park, eating brains, digging real hooks into their backs, hijacking buses, and stripping on the bar at Duff's.