It’s music and food pairings at Weekend Music today. Where to find the best local wursts, feijoada, and gumbo, all with live bands to accompany the food.
Plus country rock, funk, and best bets at the WFMU Record Fair, below. Continue reading
Category: Art/Music, Culture, Eat & Drink
Tags: Beco, berlin, black bear bar, Chris Strachwitz, country rock, Delaney BBQ, Diner, Eric Ambel, funk, Grand Victory, James Chance, Joaquin Cotler, Lon Chaney Jr., Manhattan Inn, Meet Peg Bordelon, Pale Green Stars, Radegast Hall & Biergarten, rock, Roda de choro, Screaming Headless Torsos, skate, Skinny Dennis, spider baby, The Hall at MP, The Moles, Tipsy Oxcart, WFMU Record Fair
Nitehawk Cinema’s October 2014 slate is unsurprisingly full of the spooky and scary. But that’s not all they’ve got going on this month. Here’s a look at what will be playing in October. Continue reading
Category: Art/Music, Culture, Events
Tags: a nite to dismember, all the president's men, assassination of jesse james, birdman, bjork biophilia live, bride of frankenstein, brunch, bucket of blood, casey affleck, dr butcher md, dracula prince of darkness, evil dead 2, eyes without a face, film, film feast, final girl, friday the 13th part 2, halloween, halloween films, high tension, horror films, king of comedy, listen up philip, live music, midnight screenings, monster house, morricone youth, nitehawk cinema, pulp fiction, q&a, re-animator, repulsion, return of the living dead, scream, skeleton twins, spider baby, spoons toons and booze, style wars, suspiria, texas chainsaw massacre, the addams family, the girl who knew too much, the lodger, two faces of january, whiplash, zero theorem