One of the benefits of the “DVD revolution” has been the chance it’s given us to view obscure movies—Punishment Park, for instance.
Wershler & Kennedy Give Historical Authors a Second Life in Update
Pssst! Want to know a secret? There’s a new Facebook going around—a cooler Facebook. There’s only one catch: you have to be a famous historical poet to get it.
Akron/Family Talk Loss, Japan, Detroit and Positive Energy
Maybe they aren’t pounding out tribal rhythms anymore, but Akron/Family’s freak-folk roots are still intact.
Like lightning and chicken pox, viral videos rarely strike the same place twice. But unlike either lightning or the flu, you’re damn lucky if you get even one.
JP King Exposes the Dirty Side of his Artistic Process
“I’m a scavenger and a thief,” said J.P. King. “And I take my position as a thief very proudly.”
King is a collage artist who dives into old magazines searching for interesting pictures and a writer that relies on other people’s anecdotes for the content of his stories. As such, his raw material is more often than not someone else’s finished work.
I was Woody Allen last night and
the night before that I was Andy Warhol at a baseball game and
Cinema Politica Doc Regretters Cuts Deep Into Gender
“Sometimes I say I represent a third sex,” Orlando Fagin says to Mikael Johannson in the documentary Regretters. “I’ve gone through two sex changes; what’s the next stage for me?”
Concordia Art Students Open Their Classroom Doors and Invite You In
Concordia’s Studio Arts Master’s of Fine Arts students are opening their doors to the public this week and inviting you to come in and experience their ongoing and finished artworks.
Black Feelings Intrigue With Secret Show
Owain Lawson, of local noise rock outfit Black Feelings, would like to assure you that his band is not nearly as gloomy as its name suggests.
My Australian roommate claims that he once had brunch with one of the dudes from Cut Copy.