Film Preview, Thurs May 7, Bard Graduate Center. Film Premiere, Thursday May 14, Morris-Jumel Mansion

The Loves of Aaron Burr: Portraits in Corsetry & Binding presents artist Camilla Huey’s exhibition of striking and original corset portraits of nine literate women whose lives intertwined with the infamous Aaron Burr. The film invites the viewer, as voyeur, to peer indiscreetly into biography and personification through private lives amidst colonial politics, revolutionary and […]

Beat the Devil: Hep C, Harvoni &/or There’s HIP and there’s Hip


April 1st, 2015 Upstaging it being the cat’s birthday comes the startling news that 2 weeks into a 12 week course of Harvoni treatment 30 years accumulation of the Hepatitis C virus in me is “undetectable”.  And on April Fools!  How apropos.  A disease without symptoms cured by a drug without side effects, save its $90,000 […]

Fetishism, Pt. 2. Exercises in Ulterior Design



Intoxicology: On the Algebra of Need

From a collection by The Private Library.

Mean Old Man


Portrait by Tau Battice.

Hip Hop Immortals at Jumel Terrace Books

Books on and of what makes Hip Hop.

Does it get any better than this?


George (left & above) & Kurt (below)               Riding around in taxies.  Look out for us!  Yr backseat mens. also see:  Neighborhood Slice: Promo

Books Are Weapons


Get out of jail.  Image: William Cordova




Yellow Days


A fond memory. My old motorbike parked on 11th St by Ave C. From “To Make A Mark: Street Art” (photo by Albert Squillace). Penthouse Letters, Aug. 1985. 1969 BMW 650