Strongly Worded Statements
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn called rival Anthony Weiner’s presence in the mayor’s race a “sideshow” and “disservice to New Yorkers” today–but stopped short of calling on him to drop out of the mayor’s race.
“The circus that Mr. Weiner has brought to the mayor’s race these last two months has been a disservice to New Yorkers who are looking for someone who has the judgment and maturity to lead this City and a record of actually delivering real results for them, Ms. Quinn said in a statement read at an unrelated press conference this morning, following revelations that the former congressman had engaged in sexually explicit conversations with women long after his resignation.
A word of warning: if you are frightened by clowns, do not—I repeat, do not—see The Last Circus, a madcap, macabre fable from Spanish director Álex de la Iglesia, who has been compared to Guillermo del Toro but who, in this film at least, seems to be channeling some horror fanboy hybrid of Fellini and Almodóvar. Highly stylized and brutally dramatic, The Last Circus, which premiered last year at the Venice Film Festival, can be stunning, captivating and frightening—that is, until it loses its mind halfway through
7:30 p.m. “Singles Night Of Bull Riding & Beers” is hosted by Meet Market Adventures at Johnny Utah’s: “home to the only mechanical bull in N.Y.C.” At 25 West 51st Street. Dress code is “urban casual…and munchies will be provided.” Admission price is $19.99.
7:30 p.m. American Organist Gail Archer Concert Read More