This week, an alien-inspired concert/party happens at an iconic bowling alley, and two artists make intricate renderings of mystery plants.
5. The art star with the bloody head
In Happy Song for You, the short film made by artists Stanya Kahn and Llyn Foulkes in 2011, Foulkes appears with blood dri ... More >>
By Jef Otte
The Internet is about to radically change, and hardly anyone knows it.
Think about it like a phone system: The Internet operates on just a handful of top-level domains (TLDs) -- like .com and .org -- that function like area codes. Right now, the internet needs more of them. And pretty ... More >>
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Nathan Barnatt wakes up each morning in Star Wars bedsheets. If the trap door in his bunk bed isn't buried under toys, he pops through that to greet the day. For breakfast, he'll have some candy, then go play video games. Or jump on a trampoline. Or crawl th ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSCurrent STAGE FEATURE on Anton Chekhov's 150th Birthday BashNEW REVIEW GO A MEMORY OF WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN
Photo courtesy of Zombie Joe's Underground
George Bernard Shaw wrote that "men and women are made by their own
fancies in the image ... More >>
David SedarisImagine paying the equivalent of your mortgage on a ticket to see the Rolling Stones and in return the seminal British band hits the stage and opens with a bunch of new songs. Then, to make matters worse, instead of making up for the lackluster beginning, Mick, Keith and company ... More >>
This morning, Alice Cooper went on CBS's The Early Show where he talked about that video where Erykah Badu gets nekkid in the Dallas square where the Freemasons, the CIA, disgruntled Cubans, Lee Harvey Oswald and the Illuminati shot JFK.
The CBS lady interviewing him really thinks Erykah has been a ... More >>
There's something about lists that has almost universal appeal. But why?
Italian semiotician and best-selling novelist Umberto Eco (The Name of the Rose, Foucault's Pendulum, and a few later ones that are not as good as those first two) has curated an list-centric exhibit at the Louvre Museu ... More >>
In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad.
"A truly great dive bar is like a successful horror movie: it's a little gross, maybe a bit scary, but always a fun adventure, and filled with an eclectic cast of characters."
If you're the sort of person whose idea of a fun time is curling up with a mug of Armagnac and a sauce-spattered vintage edition of Paula Wolfert's 1983 classic The Cooking of Southwest France, then you might want to make reservations at Bistro LQ next Tuesday or Wednesday night. Both nights chef La ... More >>