Contemporary art has something to offer everyone—from yarn to diamond-embellished skulls, lawsuit-inspiring balloon-dog statues, and of course, a sense of humor, which is the theme of BAC Gallery‘s latest group show, “Funny Ha Ha.” Tonight only, as part of the show and also DUMBO’s First Thursday gallery stroll, see video installations by Beth Krebs, who breaks through the fourth wall of day-to-day life by injecting whimsy into the humdrum and ordinary. Other highlights of April’s First Thursday include a screening of “Survival Based Camp,” shot in Brooklyn and L.A., screening at 7 and 8pm under the Archway, plus drink specials at Bubby’s, Superfine, Water St. Restaurant and AlMar.
When Carnitas El Atoradero closed its doors last spring, the news inspired laments far beyond the pint-size storefront in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx. Many a food blogger had documented their obsession with the authentic Mexican fare owner Denisse Lina Chavez had been serving, luring mole-lovers to a quarter of the Bronx that doesn’t usually get many visitors […]
Have you ever just gotten to a point where you fantasized about throwing the homework in the trash, skipping karate lessons, lighting the dinner on fire and just taking your kids out clubbing? In this fantasy, you’d dance until the break of dawn like you used to in college, screaming “THERE’S MORE TO LIFE THAN […]
“Welcome to Tinder Live, where sadness comes to fuck.” That was my introduction to comedian, writer and musician Lane Moore and her blisteringly hilarious show, Tinder Live. It may also be the truest sentiment ever spoken about the addictive, slightly destructive and utterly inescapable dating app. Moore, who describes her comedy as, “Janeane Garofalo meets Mr. […]
It’s a glum, drizzly Wednesday–the kind of day that forces even the cheeriest optimists among us to suppress the urge to snarl at subway stair dawdlers–and we still have a whole half of the workweek to get through before Saturday’s sweet, lazy freedom is upon us. It’s a day that demands something fun to look forward to, so […]
February may be the shortest month, even in a leap year, but it has a tendency to feel more like the longest month. Instead of despairing that your work schedule or bank account won’t allow you to escape somewhere warm to recharge, find some inner sunshine with these three inward retreats, for less than you […]