Houston St & New York
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will start this wednesday at the Film Forum : 209 W Houston St, New York, NY 10014 and will be there !
If your in New York City, you must try Miss Lily's Restaurant (132 W Houston St, New York, NY 10012) a West Indian styled eatery that also has a lounge, variety store and organic juice bar. From the Miss Lily's website: "...the team has created a casual Caribbean outpost specializing in a modern approach to classic island cooking. Drawing from the diverse roots of Jamaican cuisine the kitchen offers delicacies like jerk chicken, escovitch fish, oxtail and curried goat seasoned with scotch bonnet peppers and fiery jerk spices... Miss Lily's Variety is an expertly-curated, West Indian record store-themed gallery and boutique. Inspired by their memories of spending hours upon hours “nerding out” about music at record stores in their youth, two of the partners, Serge Becker and Matt Goias pay respectful tribute to the booming musical tradition of the Caribbean with a collector's paradise of rare and essential Jamaican vinyl." Definitely worth stopping by, even if its just to grab a calalloo patty and an o ...
It's time to get social! See you on Saturday at 7pm for our first TriLatino social on Hall (b/w Varick and Bedford) 222 W Houston St, New York, NY 10014
An Indian Abroad: Here's iris New York, my new home away from home. Same, same but different. The office is in an amazing space on Broadway, not far from Houston St, which is handy because I go for the Rockets. Also right next to the giant adidas store, also handy. It's very quiet at 8am, no Khairul Azhar Mondzi, or Regina Chan time here. I love how every iris office I've been too has a library that is filled with books that people don't use and is stacked with old Sony Ericsson mailers or product glorifiers. Makes me feel at home. Sitting to my right is Mark Walter, normally I'd say never trust a man with two first names but this guy could be the nicest person in the world, and he's from Houston so we talk about Vernon Maxwell pretty much every day. You may recognize Tino who was CD at iris China back in the day. To my left, the lady in the hat is Lisa, who is also very nice and even though it's only been a week she's already sung most of 'Baby come back'. Tim Clarke is the CD, pictured here with the wor ...
Kick off the first weekend of the new year with new experiences. Take a look at just 2 ideas of exciting things going on in the city this weekend. You can thank me later ;) Saturday, Jan 5th- Samba Saturdays at S.O.B’s 204 Varick St, (at Houston St), New York, New York; advance tickets $10 Saturday Jan 5th- Floating Kabarette!!: Come see burlesque artists, chanteurs and chanteuses, aerialists, cabaret acts, vaudevillians and much more serving up their eye-popping goods. Galapagos Art Space 16 Main St, (at Water St), New York, Brooklyn; tickets $20 OR, you can slow things down and take in the "Picasso Black & White" Exhibit at the Solomon R. Guggenheim at 1071 Fifth Ave and 89th St), New York; runs between Jan 4th- Jan 23rd. (I've seen the exhibit and its amazing; words of advice: wear comfortable shoes and get the Guided tour via headset.) ~UB 103
Allow me a few minutes here. I first met David S. Ware at the old Knitting Factory on Houston St. in the late-'80s. He was playing with Ahmet Abdullah's Solomonic Quintet. Having worn out my copy of "Dark To Themselves" from incessant listening, hearing David in person was a thrill. He had a tone that shook the earth. If there'd been any paint on the walls it would all have peeled away. David had a dignified air. You could just stand next to him and feel a vibe. I championed his quartet albums in Japan and tried to time my visits to New York so I could see them live. David could make "Autumn Leaves" sound like interstellar travel. David, Matthew and William (plus, as far as I know, five drummers) worked together for the better part of two decades, and I'm willing to bet that not more than a few minutes of all that time was boring in any way. The average age of his last band Planetary Unknown may have been somewhat higher, but they weren't any kind of lounge act. Their live album, recorded in 2011 at Saalf ...
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