Kids

A New Documentary About ‘KIDS’ is in the Works

Posted August 12, 2015 at 5:18 am

KIDS just celebrated its twenty-year anniversary with style. The movie screened in 35MM format last month at the theater where it all began in 1995. The Angelika Film Center. Cast members were there for Q&A. KIDS was, and remains a traumatizing piece of filmmaking. It’s one of those movies which is so great, yet nearly […]

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Leo Fitzpatrick from ‘Kids’ Talks About Art, Skateboarding, and the Loss of Max Fish

Posted December 4, 2013 at 11:04 am

New York Magazine has a bit on Kids actor Leo Fitzpatrick this week (he played Telly). The article is sort of a “where are they now” type piece. These days, at 35, he’s a co-owner of the Home Alone 2 gallery on Forsyth Street, and recently landed a part in the “pre apocalyptic” indie comedy Doomsdays. […]

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Nostalgic New York – 93 Til Infinity at Tribes

Last modified July 1, 2012 at 10:17 am

On 3rd Street between Avenue C and D (once referred to as being between “crime” and “death”), A Gathering of the Tribes’ exhibit “93 til Infinity” catapulted its viewers back into the early 90s.

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Puddle Jumping on Attorney

Last modified July 14, 2009 at 12:43 am

Earlier this week, a few young boys were puddle jumping at the corner of Attorney and Delancey. Related Reading:Puddle Jumping [Bowery Boogie]