Last modified July 11, 2016 at 7:51 pm
It is almost impossible to determine what the coolest part about Lydia Lunch is – that she is a multi-talented musician/writer/poet, that she has been coined one of the ten most influential performers to come out of New York to date, or that she is famously Queen of the avant-garde No Wave music and art […]
Posted June 10, 2014 at 6:04 am
It would appear that Mr. Softee is diversifying its fleet and getting into the food cart game. We spotted this mini trailer of the ice cream dispensary serving near Bryant Park. At first glance, it didn’t seem like the recent arrival has technology on board for that annoying, mind-melting jingle. So ear plugs are not […]
Posted May 7, 2014 at 6:10 am
A new season of Queer/Art/Film is upon us, dear Boogie readers. Fire up for the “Summer of Drag,” opening May 12 at the IFC Center (323 Sixth Avenue). Filmmaker Ira Sachs (The Delta, Shades of Blue, and Married Life) and writer/director Adam Baran — who have been curating Queer/Art/Film since 2009 — have dreamed up […]
Posted March 29, 2011 at 11:37 am
The spring season of IFC’s weekly “Stranger Than Fiction” series kicks off tonight, and Toynbee Tile lovers have reason to rejoice!
Posted November 9, 2010 at 6:28 am
Back in mid-September, Lionel Rogosin’s On the Bowery had a stellar revival run at the Film Forum on West Houston Street. In just two weeks, the film gathered a modest $41,802 in box office receipts. Well, we heard it through the Twitter-vine that, due to popular demand, the show will go on.
Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:35 am
For the third week running, 2 Days in New York will be filming downtown. Only this time, production has relocated closer to the West Village. A large chunk of roadway was blocked off with cones yesterday afternoon, from West Houston to Sixth Avenue, north to Bleecker Street, and over to Downing. As noted before, the […]