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F-Units take the stage at the Central Park Bandshell on Friday, August 2nd, 2013. Part of the BRING ROCK BACK Festival, from 2 to 6PM. Facebook event page with more details is linked above.
An astonishing piece of work. My colleagues and I keep coming back to it as a reference point for what can be done with truly interactive art. I’d love to see him do something with Magritte or Dali.
A worthwhile read.
“The outsize role of private intelligence firms and their willingness to manufacture “truth” constitutes a sort of epistemic warfare.”
I’ve long suspected the paid message board trolls. Manufactured consent, indeed. One big takeaway I hope people get: this is a perfect example of why most conspiracy theories are bullshit. SOMEONE will always spill the beans.
A terrific essay that pretty well nails what it is about this show that makes it so special.
I hope she sues these cowardly douchebags into bankruptcy.
These kids (and their teachers), at the Susan E. Wagner High School Performing Arts Program in Staten Island, give me hope for the future. They were absolutely amazing at Circle in the Square’s “Teens on Broadway” show, performing a long medley from IN THE HEIGHTS. It was a privilege to see them work. Their program should be a model for the nation on how to do the Arts right in a high school.
Don Barton brought “Zaat” to life in the early 1970s, and while the movie about the giant radioactive walking catfish-human monster was quiet for decades, it never really went away.
After 45 hours of exposition and stock footage about the wonders of the walking catfish, the World’s Worst Mad Scientist finally gets around to injecting himself and turns into a rubber masked unicorn of some sort. He looks in the mirror. “Not much like a catfish, but it IS beautiful!!’ *facepalm*
On Sunday, Jusy 21st, 2013, the Cooperstown High School Jazz Band will be having its annual reunion concert. This year, we’re thrilled to tell you it’s going to be OUTSIDE at Lake Front Park. Hopefully, the weather will cooperate! The CCS High School music department’s fierce dedication to excellence over the years has spawned a remarkable array of talent, including Metropolitan Opera stars Richard and Dwayne Croft, who have sung with Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti and many others; Los Angeles producer, vocal coach and singer Leanne Summers (Conklin) who has worked with Crystal Gale, Richie Havens, Jonathan Cain and many others; renowned drummer Mike Emery, whose New York Players group has performed for over 1,500 private parties, galas and fundraisers across the Northeast; and top NY rock drummer Frank Coleman, who has played and recorded with Modern English, Jayne County, Sandra Bernhard, Chrissie Hynde (The Pretenders), Will Sergeant (Echo & the Bunnymen) and John Ashton (Psychedelic Furs).
There’s people flying in from all over the country for this show. We hope to see you there!
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