WEDNESDAY APRIL 11, 2007 The Happy Ending Music and Reading Series, will feature Noy Holland, Lorin Stein and Laurie Anderson! and it is free!!! The doors open at 7:00. Show Starts at 8pm sharp. Happy Ending Bar 302 Broome Street Between Forsyth and Eldridge
FYI, loyal readers, because of the way we did the upgrade most, if not all, links to the old site will be broken. All of the content from the old site is on the new site, but you’ll have to do a search for it.
Okay. So things might be a bit wonky around here, but it’ll all work out in the end. I’ve been working my fingers (and brain) overtime to get this thing up. We switched from Movable Type to WordPress and are in the process of bringing
In the interest of putting an end to our recent dustup on the internets, aka The Great Essential Self-Defense Hullabaloo of Aught Seven, Isaac Butler of Parabasis gently suggested we amend our post about Essential Self-Defense. Here’s what he found to be inaccurate: “The two
P.S.122’s Best of the Boroughs Festival (B.o.B) kicks off tonight with Sara Valentine’s Little Miss Big Mouth, the live action talk show, presenting a two-part special series investigating the wild and wacky world of NYC’s “Forgotten Borough.” Called “Peripherally Yours With Love, Staten Island” the show
Okay, I don’t know anything about the Working Group Theater Company but they sent me a nice email so I checked out their blog. They’ve started discussing an issue I think is much more relevant to today’s art scene than the relative importance or influence
Oh and by the way, Jaime Surplus says: I tried to write Culturebot … I got an auto-reply – “because of the insane amount of spam I’ve been getting at this account I’ve had to stop checking it.” – with no instructions for contacting the
Time Out New York’s annual theater issue features “20 Dirty Secrets” about the New York theater scene, most of which aren’t that dirty or that secret if you’ve been around awhile. The Shubert Organization controls the Great White Way? Yep. Off-Broadway wages suck for actors?
Last Sunday, while we were most likely nursing a hangover and sorting our laundry pile, blogging stalwart Andrew Krucoff spent all day at the 92nd Street Y, attending every event on the roster. you can read the results of his marathon here. Krucoff also recommends
Also from our friends at Dance/NYC: Dance presenters from across New York City discuss the programming process, the particular mission of their venues and how they select artists for presentation. Reception to follow. Scheduled Panelists (more to be announced): Renata Celichowska, Exec. Director, 92nd Street
From our friends at Dance/NYC: Can you say CAREER TRANSITIONS? Many dancers of all ages just don’t want to face the fact that someday most will have to retire from performing and will have the rest of their lives in front of them. Join us
From our friends at BAX, the Brooklyn Arts Exchange: SPACE GRANT & ARTIST IN RESIDENCE ARTIST OPPORTUNITIES Guidelines and applications for BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchanges 2007/2008 Space Grant and Artist in Residency Programs are available April 1st. For an application visit http://www.bax.org/opportunities.html or call 718-832-0018.