Wednesday, February 3, 2010

*Everyday Chatter

If Andre Breton quotes can't defeat the Stupid campaign, maybe strategically positioned (if scantily spread) black paint will do the trick:

RuPaul tells it like it is: "NYC used to be this kind of place where you’d get this incredible gumbo of different cultures, ideas and aesthetics. But now..." [BB]

Ray has paid the rent. For now. [NMNL]

The 2/6 Day of Ray will be packed with local performers, including Slum Goddess' East River String Band." [EVG]

Amazing funeral flowers for someone at Marco Polo Ristorante. [LC]

When you bite into a little chocolate heart this Valentine's Day, it may have come from grieving Haitian women in Rockaway. [CR]

2/20: Metropolis Vintage in the EV celebrates its 20th anniversary with food and a party:


Anonymous said...

J, have started reading "Just Kids" by Patti Smith; can't put it down. It describes a time, perhaps the last time, when young people without trust funds could come to NYC and live and be creative. It describes a NYC mourned daily in your blog.

BTW, is the Sal Mineo film ever going to DVD?

Jeremiah Moss said...

i am looking forward to reading it, thanks for the review. i think the Mineo film is on DVD, but not sure.