With a marquee-ready name, the 25-year-old Penn State grad might throw off professional pugilism's miserable recent record and bring back those rarest of days: the epoch of the educated, erudite gentleman boxer. More about Tor Hamer here.
For the brand's 60th anniversary, the entire front of a warehouse building on North 10th and Wythe was draped with a print of a giant cartoon house. Inside there were two levels, both big open spaces, with set-like rooms and vintage furnishings—a kitchen, living room, dining rooms, with fre...
Click + Drag, probably the only party that mixes cyber fetish, drag, art performances, and visual installations (can you name another?), got a mega update by its founders, Rob Roth and Chi Chi Valenti, who took over two floors of Santos Party House for their hallucinogenic extravaganza.
And the toilet-paper leaf blowers return, along with fake cops, gyrating girls, and pop-song snippets. On Saturday, November 15, Girl Talk—the nom de DJ of Pittsburgh native Gregg Gillis—headlined Terminal 5 with his plastic wrapped PC, drawing a legion of short shorts, neon, and buckets of sweat.
The Lowbrow Society for the Arts opened a show at the Southside Speakeasy in Williamsburg featuring the work of Nicky Devine, Baby Sinead, Najy, and our esteemed party photographer Nate "Igor" Smith, as well as raunchy go-go dancing by Burning Angel's Ariel. Just your average Thursday in the Burg.
Powdering up your face and slapping on some stage blood isn't a seasonal gag so much as a lifestyle for some who celebrated World Zombie Day, a day of undead celebration that involved showing your zombie boobs and hanging yourself to dry from meathooks.
Shepard Fairey's Barack "Hope" design might be 2008’s most seminal image—his nomination in TIME's Top 100 Most Influential People poll is most certainly forthcoming. But the poster's also become a hugely popular design to lampoon. Here're the best 25 parodies out there.
Artists Mina Karimi and Kara Suhey founded Project Bueller to recreate the parade scene from Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Their project took place at the Village Halloween Parade, where costumed lookalikes stood in for Ferris, Sloane Peterson, Cameron Frye, and the "Beer Maid Brigade." Of course,...