New Year’s Eve always seems to disappoint. Plans get left to the last minute, friends don’t show up, bars get too crowded, you don’t order those tequila shots in time for the ubiquitous midnight toast. And then it’s morning and you’ve got another 365 days to look forward to.
Well, not this year. In the Read More
(The Impossible Hour), while Soft Circle and Daniel Leeb of Cinecycle Productions will present a multimedia piece that incorporates sounds made using bicycle parts. Additionally, there will be performances from Lucky Dragons, Chairlift, and Sweatshop Labor, plus some bicycle-powered turntablism!
Tomorrow: An art opening at 40 Great Jones (near Bowery) followed by an Read More
The Zombies (file under hip ’60s rock bands made popular anew by Wes Anderson movies and TV commercials) are playing Irving Plaza on July 11. The group will have just come off an extensive European stint with fellow British invaders the Yardbirds, though they only seem to have two U.S. dates lined up Read More
Well, if you don’t feel guilty about crossing the picket lines, Mel Brook’s Young Frankenstein at the Hilton Theatre is still the hottest ticket on Broadway, albeit with a slightly less fiery flame. According to the Observer’s John Heilpern, the “production is handsome, like a stylish facade, but the pace of Read More