Popular culture goes Uptown.
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni
The Broadway Bomb – Benny Hill Style
A four part interactive series by The New York Times. (you can also just watch them here)
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Erin M. Riley to share her favorite place to eat. Erin is a New York-based artist who uses a Macomber floor loom and hand-dyed wool to weave tapestries that explore issues such as the exploitation of women on the internet and her own sexuality.
Continue reading for her answer.
Empire Biscuit is a newly opened 24 hour Southern Biscuit shop located in the East Village.
Part memoir, part reference, Roberta’s Cookbook will have you headed to the kitchen with a recipe, or on the L train to Bushwick for a couple drinks and a meal.
The current price at auction for Banksy’s ‘The Banality of the Banality of Evil’ which was donated yesterday to Housing Works. The oil on oil on canvas painting is “expected” to bring in $1 million for the charity. Bidding ends Oct 31st at 8pm EST.
ICY Signs is at Joshua Liner Gallery, and FriendsWithYou present their Psychic Stones at PK Shop. One is on 28th street, the other 27th. See both.
“The silent revenge of Comic Sans”
Richard Colman opens “Gone Tomorrow” at New Image Art in Los Angeles, Tiffany Bozic is at FFDG in San Francisco with “Sense of Wonder,” and a trifecta of solo exhibitions by Adam Wallacavage, Masakatsu Sashie, and Tara McPherson debut at Jonathan Levine Gallery in NYC.
Questlove and his All-Stars celebrate the pioneering works of electronic music October 25th & 26th at BAM. Tickets available now.
With a stop for two beers along the way.
Almost there: “short rib gravy, yukon french fries, and fresh cheese curds.”
Elbow Room Brooklyn
229 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
A quick flyer party