The Raveonettes LIVE
Sun, July 31, 2011
Doors: 11:30 am / Show: 3:00 pm
Beekman Beer Garden
New York, New York
Join us on July 31 from 1-8pm for the RCRD LBL Rock-A-Way Summer beach blowout featuring the coolest in live music, DJs, surf, food and oceanic style. Set right on the Rockaway Beach Boardwalk at Beach 96 st. in Queens, NY (right off the 98th st. A Train stop -- no additional transportation needed), the show features the shredtastic punk of JEFF The Brotherhood, Kingdom's jittery, futuro R&B and the nu-disco polyrhythms of Friends, as well as DJ sets by RCRD LBL's Shakeyface and Carter Slade plus talk show sensation (and RCRD LBL's Creative Director) Elliot Aronow on hosting duties.
RCRD LBL Rock-A-Way Summer was produced with strategic support from Rockaway Taco's Rockaway Beach Club and the Rockaway Waterfront Alliance.
Jessica 6 return to New York for another live performance in support of the release of their debut album 'See The Light' out now on Peace Frog Records...
They will be sharing the stage with Brooklyn electro-pop band Xylos.
New York, NY
217 E Houston St.
Tue, July 26, 2011
Doors: 6:45 pm
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TONY by THE MADNESS OF ART
Chelsea art dealer Jim Kempner interacts with New York’s eccentric art world in The Madness of Art. Webisode one features contemporary artist Robert Attanasio’s pithy analysis of the relationship between artist and dealer.
Chicago Artist Tony Fitzpatrick drops by and tries to explain that old adage ”time is money” . Jim Kempner Fine Art Gallery – where the absurd, the obscene, the glamorous and the routine converge!
BOOB | The Live Performances New York City 1995-1998
INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, in collaboration with the Big Screen Plaza, is pleased to present an evening of BOOB behind the Eventi Hotel (851 Sixth Avenue, New York City) on Wednesday July 6, 2011 from 8-10pm
Crafting Genre: Kathryn Bigelow at MOMA The Museum Of Modern Art NYC
The director of Near Dark, Point Break, and Oscar-winning The Hurt Locker began her career as a painter and conceptual artist, working with the artist collective Art & Language before segueing into film. Paintings, film posters, drawings, storyboards, scripts, short films, and props reveal her thought processes and intuition, methods and motifs.
Now, go see the actual films
As part of “Crafting Genre,” MoMA will be screening a selection of Bigelow’s works, including the Western Near Dark, the surfing heist-thriller Point Break, the sci-fi noir Strange Days, and her 2008 Oscar-winner The Hurt Locker.