David Lynch likes to swim in “an ocean of consciousness,” which he was describing to a sold-out crowd at Radio City Music Hall on the evening of Saturday, April 4.
“It is an ocean of infinite intelligence. Creativity. Happiness known as bliss. Infinite universal love. Energy. Dynamic peace,” mused the 63-year-old filmmaker, dressed in a Read More
What a double-edged sword 69 Love Songs has become for the Magnetic Fields. Perhaps the apotheosis of Stephin Merritt’s clever talents, it is a sublime piece of novelty that manages to transcend its gimmickry. Yet since that flurry of content, the band has only managed two albums in eight years, 2004’s i and Distortion to Read More
If you’re lucky enough to know Corcoran senior vice president Deanna Kory, you might have gotten an invitation today for her open house at 252 West 71st, “a stunning, sun-filled, 20-foot townhouse.”
Who’s the stunning owner? Mr. David Fishof, a “famed rock tour producer” and the creator of Read More