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Kate Nash at the Fillmore

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Sassy British singer/songwriter Kate Nash performed at the Fillmore on Tuesday, May 13.


Top 7 A+E Picks

Tim Fite

Here’s 7 not-to-miss A+E happenings this week.

1. Tom Waits meets Eminem (with a twist of Forrest Gump—trust us, it’s awesome) in Tim Fite’s live show. Adam Green of the Moldy Peaches joins the talented Brooklynite for a can’t miss performance tonight at the Rickshaw Stop. Tuesday, May 20.

Foot Fisted at the Hollywood Roosevelt (Part 2)

Ahoy film snots from the deep end of the Hollywood Roosevelt Pool where Poppa H is enjoying another one of his 96 annual vacation days catfishing below the famous diving board where pinup goddess Marilyn Monroe first unleashed her va-va-va-vooms in front of the life sucking Hollywood cameras…Why’s Aqua Dork chilling at the bottom of a pool?  Dude (whispering), keep it hush-hush but I just got thrown off that balcony by Kimbo Slice, the Ultimate Fighting Champion after a testy brunch time altercation.  How could you not see that shit?  I’m hiding from the beast.  Get lost.

A Night at the Museum: Artist Tucker Nichols Challenges the Norm

"Thanks for Understanding" by Tucker Nichols; courtesy of the de Young

Top 7 A+E Picks

Kate Nash
courtesy of  Kate Nash

Here’s 7 not-to-miss A+E happenings this week.

1. Kate Nash at the Fillmore on Tuesday, May 13

I'm From Barcelona Performs at the Independent

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Eclectic Swedish pop outfit I'm From Barcelona played a high-energy set at the Independent on Tuesday, April 29.


Sons and Daughters Perform at the Great American Music Hall

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Glasgow-based indie rockers Sons and Daughters played the Great American Music Hall on Friday, May 2.


Foot Fisted at the Hollywood Roosevelt

Greetings and salutations* film nerds from the “Delirium Tremems Suite” at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel where legend has it, tinsel town rummies like F. Scott Fitzgerald, John “the Profile” Barrymore and Errol “N Like” Flynn once yakked their weight in cocktail onions after beer bonging many martinis through Kong’s top hat at the 1934 Academy Awards.

All those scoundrels (including Kong) died of liver failure and went to hell, but MRF’s gonna live forever! Right? Fock me. I gotta lie down ... What are you still in the hall, make a drink, please. Keeping with tradition, behold the debauched splendor of the present, the infamous DT Suite (i.e. thrashed pool cabana #217) still smoldering from the Cinco de Mayo fiesta Hooker’s Reel threw to celebrate the premier of my friends’ movie the Foot Fist Way

Laura Veirs and Liam Finn at Bottom of the Hill

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Singer/songwriter Laura Veirs played an intimate set at Bottom of the Hill on Monday, May 5. Liam Finn opened the show.


Playboy's Rock the Rabbit Presents the Heavy

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

On Saturday, May 3 Playboy's Rock the Rabbit presented a live show with the Heavy and openers the Cataracs at Mezzanine.


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