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The Julie Ruin Returns

May 27, 2016


  Holy Hanna! The Julie Ruin has a new record out on July 8th – Hit Reset. We are so lucky. Watch and listen to 2 new tracks!   Advertisements

poem and Secret Mary

November 29, 2012


Tere O’Connor Dance is at New York Live Arts this week with the world premier of 2 new works. I am heading there on closing night and I can’t wait! Did you see it? If so, let us know. Read BLEED.  

After the Storm

October 31, 2012


Just before Queen Sandy beheaded the region, I received more photos of Monica Bill Barnes & Co. directly from photographer Adrianne Mathiowetz. These are Halloween candy for tired eyes – joyous art moments viewed after scanning countless Internet photos of hurricane destruction. Thank you! MBB&CO. at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, 2012 Photos […]

Should I or Shouldn’t I?

October 22, 2012


I am still not certain if I do or I don’t. I saw Monica Bill Barnes & Company’s big evening length show at the NYU Skirball Center for the Arts over the weekend. Barnes’ enthusiastic movement is modern dance meets vaudeville with Carol Burnett, Tina Turner, James Brown and glittery hints of Garland. So why […]

New York, I Loved You – Part IV

August 29, 2012


These are the days I missed and never found when I arrived. Nothing says New York City more than Blondie. “X Offender” live at CBGB – 1977.

New York, I Love You – Part I

August 26, 2012


My love and hate relationship with New York is at its most intense during the hottest and quietest month of the year – August. “A Hare Grows in Manhattan” directed by Fritz Freleng, 1947 © Warner Bros.


July 25, 2012


The British beat band, The Liverbirds (with a long i sound), hailed from Liverpool. The all girl rock and roll act was part of the Merseybeat sound…bands from Liverpool next to the Mersey River. And looking fairly 2010’s Brooklyn lesbian via 1960’s beat music hip – it’s clear why they were off the hook in […]

Tere O’Connor Dance

July 6, 2012


New new new new new work by Tere O’Connor! See the work in progress at the River to River Festival next week. The piece includes Tess Dworman, Ryan Kelly, Mary Read and Devynn Emory.

TGIF for Tuesday

June 19, 2012


For all of the office dwellers – here’s to your 40 fucking hours. “TGIF” from Le Tigre’s 2001 album, Feminist Sweepstakes. Photo by Scott Sommers via Le Tigre’s My Space page.

Luciana Achugar

May 13, 2012


I thankfully got out of the apartment to see Luciana Achugar’s latest piece, FEELingpleasuresatisfactioncelebration-holyFORM at the Abrons Arts Center. The performance was a fantastical reflection (literally) of psychedelic imagery and wildly relentless movement.