Archive for June, 2009

Yesterday evening I walked to Prospect Park carrying an umbrella, wearing sunglasses, looking at my shadow and stepping over puddles. Yes, this can all happen at the same time. It was looking like the predicted rain was going to skip the borough of Brooklyn altogether, but no, right as we were walking to the park, […]

First off, when we walked into the performance space at Le Poisson Rouge last night it was like we entered another concert dimension. There were people, lots of people, sitting down and eating and drinking. The stage and instruments were set up in the middle of the room, while the audience was seated at tables […]

So, you may remember that last month I stumbled upon a concert in Union Square featuring a band called Bodyface. Turns out they were shooting a video, and I was recently informed that the video has been completed, which you can see here. I was also told that I missed out on my opportunity to […]

When I bought tickets back in February for last night’s Band of Horses concert at Carnegie Hall, June felt very very far away. But, June, if not summer, is here now. And so I got to see the band last night at a venue that was just a tad different than the outdoor stage at […]

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Look, it’s like your very own personal Pela concert. Make it full-screen and it’s almost like you were there in Seattle. I think their new song “Juarez” is my favorite in the bunch. But “Rise” is pretty great, too. And so is “Cavalry”…oh nevermind, you get the point.

I have good news and I have bad news. Good news first—the Central Park SummerStage concert season kicks off tomorrow with TV on The Radio and Dirty Projectors. Bad news—this is the weather forecast for tomorrow: Friday: Rain. Highs in the mid 60s. Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 80 percent. Friday […]