Monthly Archives: March 2008

Ten Minute Turns


Listen to Ten Minute Turns

Look at some photos HERE and HERE and HERE

Francis and the Lights TONIGHT at Mercury Lounge

The Art of Shooting at Union Pool

The Art of Shooting played Union Pool last week and were really amazing! They have a unique sound. Check them out.

To see more photos, click HERE

Penthouse, Cock Lorge, and Me


Check out the April 2008 issue of Penthose to read about my good friend, Cock Lorge! My photo of him accompanies the article.

PELA: Video Montage by Christopher Herb

Pela on the road through Indiana to Chicago.

Sean Lynch at The Black Pearl 4/7/08

Check Out Sean’s show:

and just for fun:

An old commercial for Starburst candy from 1998 featuring the Convenience Store guy…gee that guy behind the counter looks familiar!

Sara Benincasa interviews Baratunde Thurston for Think MTV!

New York stand-up comedian, writer and web editor for Baratunde Thurston makes his case for Obama at the Black Comedy Experiment Festival, March 2008.

Riding the Rails: NYC to Lancaster, PA and Back

So, last week, I had to travel to Lancaster, PA to meet our new graphics vendor (at the day job). Since I was going to be on a train most of the day, I needed to find a way to pass the time. Yes, of course I could read and/or listen to music (which I did) but, who would I be if I weren’t capturing the sights? So, I shot these from the moving train – there and bak again.


To see more photos, click HERE

Smack Mellon 3/8/08

From Rita MacDonald’s “Tic”

From Jennifer Dalton’s “Jennifer Dalton is a Scientist – Not!”

From Amanda C. Mathis’ “Under Renovation”

From Smack Mellon’s Press Release:

Smack Mellon is proud to feature the work of Jennifer Dalton, Rita MacDonald and Amanda Mathis, three Brooklyn based artists presenting new projects. In the main gallery space, Mathis’ disorienting large-scale installation shifts the natural order of the gallery’s architecture, while MacDonald’s 24-foot high undulating wall drawing subtly distorts viewer’s depth perception. Turning the back project room into a quasi-laboratory, Dalton presents the culmination of her yearlong survey project conducted with Smack Mellon visitors. These three solo projects offer diverse definitions of site-specific art.

For more photos click HERE



For those who didn’t get tickets to Ra Ra Riot’s upcoming, sold out show at The Bowery Ballroom or weren’t in London to catch LEVY, here is a chance to catch two incredible bands together in an intimate setting. KIDROCKERS presents Ra Ra Riot and LEVY this Sunday, March 9th at The Living Room. 1:00pm.

You must have a wee one in tow to gain access to the show

Check out our preview page that features music and video previews for the upcoming show.

All ticket purchases includes a one year subscription to Time Out Kids.
Kidrockers presents Ra Ra Riot and LEVY.

WHEN: Sunday, March 9th, 2008. 1:00 – 2:30

WHERE: The Living Room, 154 Ludlow Street (between Stanton and Rivington), 212-533-7235

CLOSEST SUBWAY: F at 2nd Avenue or Delancey Street Stop

FOR: Ages 3-13. Adults must be accompanied by a kid and vice versa.

TICKETS: $9 in advance, $12 at the door. Buy tickets in advance at

TIME OUT KIDS: subscription included with ticket purchase.

GIVEAWAY: Free Fizzy Lizzy for all kidrockers at the show.

Francesco Marciuliano: The Catalog of Unfit Toys


Francesco Marciuliano

Pens the comic strips Sally Forth and Medium Large. Serves as head writer for the PBS series SeeMore’s Playhouse (for which his script won two regional Emmys). Was afraid of the color yellow until about age nine. Tans a little too well to be trusted by security.

Check out his latest creation:
The Catalog of Unfit Toys

Smack Mellon: Artists’ Reception 3/8/08

Jennifer Dalton / Rita MacDonald / Amanda Mathis

Smack Mellon
92 Plymouth Street, corner of Washington, 718-834-8761
March 8 – April 20, 2008
Opening: Saturday, March 8, 5 – 8PM

Amanda Mathis. Courtesy of Smack Mellon.