Posted February 23, 2016 at 10:23 am
It often feels like nothing exciting or creative can survive on the Lower East Side anymore and much of our history is being wiped out. Does anything feel adventurous and a little raw? (How many speakeasies and pop-up shops does a gal need, ya know?) So we tend to stop and take notice, encouraged when […]
Posted October 6, 2015 at 10:45 am
Most Boogie readers know that we are more than a bit obsessed with the 70s – 80s art and music scene of downtown New York City. Despite the city being in utter chaos, this pivotal time period managed to inspire a cross-pollination of art, photography, film, performance, writing and music. It never ceases to fascinate […]
Posted April 2, 2015 at 5:17 am
Keith Haring’s art tends to be found in major galleries and museums these days. So it was pretty exciting to recently view his work back downtown where it originated. “Keith Haring: 05041958,” which just opened at the TBD Gallery at 97 Allen Street, includes many of his works and explores a wide range of materials. We […]
Posted February 19, 2015 at 5:00 am
In a surprising turn of events, it appears Bess is gone from the downtown retail landscape. The fifteen-year-old offbeat boutique spent almost half that time at 292 Lafayette Street. An impressive feat. The establishment closed for good within the last couple weeks, though; its windows, formerly adorned with interesting art and fashion now simply carries a […]
Posted March 25, 2014 at 5:23 am
For the last couple months, commercial real estate listings have been passed around hawking the Le Salon d’Art space at 90 Stanton Street. The artsy chop shop is no longer for sale, since management had decided against it. However, in an interesting twist, we are told that the neighborhood spot was approached by Aveda to […]
Posted May 22, 2013 at 6:30 am
Manhattan Portage, famous for its “New York Tough” mailbags (and skyline logo), turns thirty this year. So it’s celebrating in style.
Posted September 14, 2012 at 6:18 am
Goldman is probably best known around these parts for commercializing the oft-targeted slab of concrete near the corner of Bowery and East Houston.
Posted June 29, 2012 at 6:28 am
Keith Haring is fifteen stories tall, presently the posthumous spokesperson for male pleasure items.