Beat of his Drum
There were few coherent words left last night when The Observer caught up with rocker Andrew W.K. following his record-breaking twenty-four hour drumming session, but we managed to get them.
The Party Hard singer looked tired but alive yesterday at the Oakley shop in Time Square, wearing an NYPD hat over his long hair and Read More
There’s been an unfortunate little rumor floating around the web these last few days. It stars The Roots—the beloved Philly hip-hop band led by Black Thought and Questlove, he of the inimitable ‘fro. According to MTV.com, a low-quality video appeared over the weekend featuring Questlove announcing that the band Read More
A curious (and perhaps shameful) thing has happened since Madonna’s single, “Four Minutes to Save the World,” off her new album Hard Candy (due out today), hit the Internet almost two months ago. At the time, in this same space, I wrote, “fans could be forgiven for cringing a bit at Madge’s cool-as-a-cucumber delivery being Read More
Ernest Hemmingway only wrote one play during this literary career: The Fifth Column, a Spanish Civil War-era drama of espionage and romace that he penned while covering the war in Madrid. The off-Broadway Mint Theater will be presenting the play starting Feb. 26, marking the production’s first faithful performance on the stage. Read More