G. I. O., the real American hero? Jailbreak Toys and Brooklyn music and design store Halcyon the Shop asked prominent contemporary artists like Suckadelic and Mars-1 to make their own customized, handmade toys. Here's what they came up with for our new President.
On Saturday, January 10, Weimar enthusiasts celebrated the legacy of Anita Berber, that period's "Princess of Depravity," in a full-bodied attempt to recreate the smoky nightclubs of yore through song and dance.
On Saturday, January 10, between 1,200 and 1,500 New Yorkers dropped their drawers for the 8th Annual No Pants! Subway Ride, from Foley Square to Union Square. When spectators would ask why there were so many people without pants, the response was usually, "It's hot" or "I forgot."
Synergy and multilateral partnerships have been empowering GlobalFest for six years, but the lessons of its continued success are needed more than ever in today's economic climate. The show's amazing deal—affordable tickets to see 12 world-class acts in one night—is only achieved because the...
Comics come out on Wednesdays and so does Richard Gehr's villagevoice.com column, Pulp Fictions. So far, he's covered the Watchmen, Batman, and Gentleman Jim, along with illustrators like Chris Ware, Kim Deitch, and Lynda Barry.
Scenesters Theo, Michael T., DJ Jess, and Alex Malfunction invite you to another installment of that hot-body contest with alt-porn stars at Don Hill's. Drinks were cheap; dress code was trashy. Nate "Igor" Smith documents.