Everything's social this week -- jokes with friends spur a pop-up shop, a four-course meal becomes an exhibition and a group of artists tries to figure out why time can terrify.
5. Dinner-party graveyard
In late March, Jason Kraus invited 12 people to dinner. Everyone had to commit to come seven ni ... More >>
East Village West; see Sat.Get ready for a host of arty parties in the coming days, as Pacific Standard Time and Fashion Week events take over town. There's also a sure-to-be ferocious fun tribute night pitting two '80s faves against each other on the dance floor, as well as two pop-in worthy ... More >>
[Thanks to Lina Lecaro for the tip.]
Facebook, which started off as a "Hot or Not" type application for horny preppies to evaluate Harvard coeds, has unceremoniously booted off the amazing singer and performer Ann Magnuson for posting this photo:
The picture is, of course, an ... More >>
A quick followup to the "Anne Magnuson Banned From Facebook" post:
Here are a few examples (gleaned from a very cursory, 5-minute troll through Facebook) of the kind of things the social media network has not banned, while CENSORING ANN MAGNUSON FOR HER PANTIES.
[All photos taken LIVE from Faceboo ... More >>
For Scott Walker -- the stentorian tunesmith of Walker Brothers, a band whose hit "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore" was one of the reasons they once boasted a larger fan club than the Beatles' -- success became a doorway to freelance statistical abnormality, to gliding through life on gently doo ... More >>