After a few weeks of private events, the basement speakeasy "officially" opens this weekend. You'll find live jazz, cabaret and food from the chef you've previously seen lurking around Lift upstairs.
Things to do for January 17, 2008
The Weekend Starts Here
The weekend is looking forward to the weekend.
A book is a terrible thing to waste. Thankfully, the proprietors of Taschen agree, and have somehow found the space to unload an enormous amount of artsy books at up to 75% off. Impressive, really.
In film as in life, endings can sometimes be less than tidy. Especially when you're watching rarely seen shorts by a young David Keith Lynch.
Think Romeo and Juliet, but with arias in German and sets by David Hockney. After this Wagner-birthed operatic feat of endurance, you'll know every...last...tragic...moment. (It's nearly five hours long.)
Like many an urbanite before him, the king of the Melrose-and-Fairfax flea market has headed Downtown. He's brought 200 vendors or so along with him for this weekend's debut.