Web series are a dime a dozen. Every flunky with an idea, an iPhone or digital camera now feels they’re qualified to shoot a web series. “Technical prowess and the syntax of English be damned,” they scream as they upload their dreck to the web. With powerful distribution tools like YouTube and Vimeo making it easy to reach an audience…God, help us.
Greenpoint artist Noa Bornstein will show her lithograph, “Ach” (the word for “brother” in Arabic and Hebrew) in a group exhibition at the HOLLAR Gallery in Prague, Czech Republic in the fall Sept. 18—October 13, 2013).
Sneak preview tonight: “The Circle Bridge” is a site-specific video performance of six connected stories projected on four warehouses and two dances in and around the Pulaski Bridge and Newtown Creek.
You can’t get anywhere on the train, and summer’s winding down, so hit up the McGolrick Farmers Market and celebrate the glorious heigh of tomato season.
New York Shitty coverage of the debate Wednesday night between incumbent Stephen Levin and his challenger Stephen Pierson.
Celebrate summer’s last gasp with Cayucas’ brand of musical sunshine at The Knitting Factory on August 28th.
Tonight at 10 p.m., Williamsburg’s Spectacle Theatre re-screens the Nirvana ‘biography film’ I Hate Myself and I Want to Die, in celebration of the 20th anniversary re-issue of the band’s third and final studio record, In Utero, slated for September 24.