Tuesday, October 11, 2011

*Everyday Chatter

Saturday: Occupy Tompkins Square Park with John Penley. [EVG]

Support the distribution of the wonderful film Lost Bohemia. [KS]

At Coney, say goodbye to "Hey Joey." [ATZ]

I am enthralled by the rediscovered 1950s street photography of Vivian Maier. [ENY]

Zizek speaks to Occupy Wall Street. [DM]

The shuttered Lukoil on 8th Ave. is now plywooded--in a time when Manhattan is losing its gas stations:

In case you missed Calvin Trillin at the Tenement Museum. [BB]

Romy flashes back to 2004 and Skyline Books. [WIC]

10/18: If you're in Philly, check out this discussion of Bloomberg's New York. [PENN]

10/18: Dan Clowes and Seth in conversation at Housing Works Bookstore. [FB]

10/25: See Reverend Jen, Faceboy, and Jonathan Ames at St. Mark's Bookshop.


Katrink said...

My husband and I, who met in the former Atlantis (now Cha Chas) in 1993, shared our first kiss under the "Hey Joey" sign.
I can't stand it. I'm mourning the loss of the boardwalk businesses like they're my family.

maximum bob said...

More obnoxious douchebaggery from the city as they crack down on
dog-friendly bars in North Brooklyn
using the lamest nanny state excuses while we all know it's all about the money .(fines)

Simon 1961 said...

Jeremiah, Howard Greenberg Gallery on 57th street, in December will have an exhibition of Vivian Maier's work http://www.vivianmaier.com/