Monthly Archives: November 2010

Drawings by Philippe Petit / Photos by Victoria Dearing

OPENING DEC 1TH 2008 6-9 TOMORROW Drawings by high wire artist Philippe Petit and photos by Victoria Dearing Clic Gallery 255 Centre Street New York, NY 10013 Tue – Sun 11-7 pm

Jahn Xavier & The Bowerytones – This Saturday Night!

Jahn Xavier, once a boy who is now a man Tomorrow at 10:30pm – Sunday at 1:30am Location Lakeside Lounge 162 Avenue B (Between 10th & 11th st.) New York, NY Come shake off that turkey with Jahn Xavier & The Bowerytones! The Bowerytones are: Jahn Xavier (Guitar, Vocals) Denny McDermott (Drums) Charlie Roth (Bass, […]

One Big Plane

In 1960 my family moved south from the Maine Coast to a suburb south of Boston. Inbound planes to Logan Airport flew over our neighborhood of split-level houses That first night the roar of an approaching jet disrupted my sleep, while my brother was dead to the world. Somehow I thought one of them was […]

Ssippi Leads The Way

Enheartened by his gubernatorial mandate Mississippi Tea Party governor has thrown his hat into the 2012 presidential race by announcing budget cuts in all departments of the state government. His axe has targeted wasteful spending in education, highway police, mental health care, unemployment assistance, and welfare to the poor. Mississippi presently ranks last or next […]

The Long Reach of the Law

Back in the 80s Brion Gysin was living his last days in Paris. I was working at the Bains-Douches. I fought a lot at the door. Brion liked rough trade. We were associated through a mutual friend, Jeffery Kime. Dinners, drinks, parties. The collage artist/poet was a gentleman in pursuit of the frontiers of humor. […]