“Fresh out of a less-than-fulfilling relationship, Michelle "Shells” Hoffman is ready to shed her 9-to-5 facade and convince her ex that she is more than just a successful JP Morgan Senior Analyst. Hopping from hilarious original songs to tales of the "rough" life, Shells feverishly attempts to convince her audience and her ex that she is finally “over it.” Armed with a glass of Shiraz and a penchant for drunk-dialing the one person she should not, Shells demonstrates that the fabulous Sex And The City life she thinks she is living and the life she actually leads are two very different things.”
“I am so honored to receive the support of Planned Parenthood Advocates of New York. For years, PPANY has been fighting for equality, privacy, and justice for women and their families, and I will absolutely continue this fight as Attorney General,” said Eric Schneiderman. “Even in New York, we can never let our guard down. As a pro-choice Attorney General, I will stand up for all civil rights and challenge anti-choice injustice wherever it exists.”
Check out famed photographers Christopher Makos, author of LADY WARHOL, and Paul Solberg, author of BLOOM signing their books at Clic Gallery Wednesday night at 6:30 PM. LADY WARHOL is the eagerly awaited collection of Makos' portraits of his longtime collaborator Andy Warhol in drag. BLOOM is Paul Solberg's radical fluorescent closeups of flowers. Both books are a fresh, provocative look at well-known images. As their art world alter egos THE HILTON BROTHERS, their work is the subject of Clic's current show ANDY DANDY, which pairs Makos' black and white photographs of Warhol in 1981 wearing a wig, lipstick, and come-hither stare alongside Solberg's ultramodern color-drenched roses and tulips.
Attorney General Andrew Cuomo today announced his support for Eric Schneiderman to be his successor at a press conference in Central Park. Cuomo and Schneiderman pledged to bring real reform to our government, and deliver change for the people of New York.
Today is the 6th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day where thousands of museums and cultural institutions across the country offer free admission. In New York 41 museums are participating, letting art and culture lovers roam for free. Tickets are downloadable on the Museum Day Website and allow for 2 people to enter 1 museum on the September 25th for free. It’s a beautiful day to tour the City, so go check it out!
This brilliant collection includes the original Academy Award winning Creature Comforts, the NYICFF Grand Prize winning Humdrum and A Matter of Loaf and Death, plus Rex the Runt, Shaun the Sheep, and other mini masterpieces encompassing 25 years of creative output from Nick Park, Peter Lord, Richard "Golly" Goleszowski, Peter Peake, Chris Sadler, and the other claymation geniuses at Aardman Animations.
In a blow to Vito Lopez's Democratic Party machine, grass roots candidate Lincoln Restler declared an upstart victory in the hotly contested race for State Committee in the 50th Assembly District. After leading with 50.2% on primary night, Restler fell behind in the initial recount and then bounded back to declare victory by 120 votes.
Christopher Astley is a sculptor who constructs (or collects and alters) bags and containers to use as molds for making sculptures. He fills them with wet concrete, which stresses the seams and the shape of the containers. Gravity, mass and moisture reshape the original mold. What emerges is a new iteration of the form, imperfect, misshapen and often verging on figural. Check Mr. Astley out at the APF Lab opening tonight at 6PM!
“The Chinatown Working Group (CWG) is a community-based planning initiative on the future of Chinatown in New York City. Our goal is to support the community’s residents, workers, businesses and visitors. Chinatown Working Group members include Chinatown’s stakeholders – representatives of community groups, Community Boards #1, 2 & 3 and interested parties.” Tonight the CWG will be holding a full meeting from 4 to 6 PM.
Researchers fear that such ubiquitous bags may never fully decompose; instead they gradually just turn into smaller and smaller pieces of plastic. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency defines biodegradation as “a process by which microbial organisms transform or alter (through metabolic or enzymatic action) the structure of chemicals introduced into the environment.”