Friday, July 17, 2009

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition



Documentary on rock posters opens tonight at the IFC (Brooklyn Vegan)

Also on Brooklyn Vegan!: Richard Hell may or may not have suspended the PunkCast YouTube account

What do you call hundreds of entitled partygoers on the roof of an LES hotel? (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)

Memorial tonight in TSP for Barnacle Bill (Neither More Nor Less)

The digital news editor at the Times only wants to be contacted by snail mail (The NYTPicker)

Manhattan storefronts hit highest vacancies since 2001 (Bloomberg)

Summer storm in NYC circa 1938 (Ephemeral New York)

Limelight becoming big fucking store (Page Six)

Karate Boogaloo looks at the treasures of Paul Tschinkel's "Innertube - New York Music New York" (Stupefaction)

Inside Bloomy's $37 million campaign — $7,000 for pizza (City Room)

Another French film in TSP tonight:

"Works"
Screening: July 17 – around 8:30pm. Tompkins Square Park
Genre: Comedy (2005) | French Title: Travaux, on sait quand ça commence | Duration: 95 min | Director: Brigitte Roüan | Starring: Carole Bouquet
In French, with English subtitles, not rated

Chantal is a wealthy, powerful, and happily divorced Parisian attorney whose busy life seems to be going swimmingly until she decides to remodel her massive apartment. She hires Eduard, a brilliant Colombian architect. He and his illegal immigrant crew are highly qualified; however, as they begin to redo her home, they also start to remodel other aspects of her life.

And noted:

5 comments:

Jeremiah Moss said...

that flyer must be for the new Paul Giamatti movie, which i am dying to see.

EV Grieve said...

Yes, have to admit I thought it was pretty funny as far as these viral type ads go.

Karate Boogaloo said...

Thanks for the link!

Karate Boogaloo said...

p.s. According to Punkcasts Joly, his account was suspended. Apparently Hell's complaint was a third strike violation or some such thing.

Jill said...

On the subject of all publicity is good publicity, if that account hadn't been suspended I would never have known that Richard Hell is producing new and/or re-issued work. I think he lives on 13th Street.