BY Lisa in Artsy on Jul 25, 2011 |
Miranda July alert for Southern Californians! Tomorrow night (Tuesday) the inspiring auteur will be hosting Show and Tell at Cinefamily, a brand-new series that invites "artists, filmmakers, musicians, and other cultural heroes to divulge their deepest, darkest media obsessions." Basically MJ will get on stage and talk about whatever she damn well pleases, and knowing her, it will be completely freaky, fascinating, and funny.
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BY debbie in Music Stuff on Jul 25, 2011 |
The news of Amy Winehouse's death this weekend was, while perhaps not a shock, still devastating. And in the days since, much been made of her addiction, as though somehow she got what she deserved, or what she was looking for; that being an active addict is about having a death wish. But I don't think Amy did drugs or drank because she wanted to die; I think she did them in order to manage living.Like so many true artists, Amy seems to have felt things, ... Read More
In honor of the beloved singer, Amy Winehouse, who was found dead on Saturday at age 27, M.I.A. released an unfinished demo titled ‘27’ via her Twitter yesterday morning.
Listen to it here on M.I.A.'s Soundcloud, where she dedicated the song to all of her friends that died at 27. Despite being recorded prior to her ‘mixtape’ VICKI LEEKX, the lyrics are chillingly appropriate for the recent tragedy:
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BY Ariana Anderson in General on Jul 25, 2011 |
Planned Parenthood of NYC’s 7th annual benefit, Summer, Sex & Spirits is tonight, July 25 at Hudson Terrace from 8-11 PM. Get tickets at the door for $50 this evening or you can still purchase them in advance here for $40. Or, for $75, you can enjoy the VIP champagne reception from 7-8 PM, which includes gift bags and cocktails on the Garden Terrace.
Sip cool drinks from the all night open bar while enjoying music by Justine D and DJ Ayres, burlesque ... Read More
BY Grace Evans in Movies on Jul 23, 2011 |
Review by Michelle Kehm
With a budget of zilch, the twin-powered team behind The Polish Brothers (Northfork, Twin Falls Idaho) wrote, directed, shot and starred in this exquisitely intimate and beautifully scored film that pays homage to the French New Wave and Claude Lelouch’s A Man and a Woman. Piratic Mark Polish plays Yves, an American photographer who runs into his ex, Sofia, a model-turned-journalist played by the achingly beautiful Stana ... Read More