Philadelphia’s Hack 2.0

Philadelphia's Hack 2.0 at bahdeebahdu art space

An overview of Philadelphia’s Hack 2.0 event at bahdeebahdu art space. HACK 2.0 is a technology based design and art exhibition featuring hackers, artists, and designers from Philadelphia and beyond. This video shows a glimpse of Joo Won Park’s performance as well as other happenings.   Joo Won Park et al at Philadelphia’s Hack 2.0

beautiful mechanical

yMusic Ensemble's Nadia Sirota during the opening notes of Beatiful Mechanical. Rockwood Music Hall, NYC

yMusic ensemble is a sextet of classically trained, highly talented & genre defying musicians. They debuted their latest brain child: beautiful mechanical at rockwood musical hall on Allen street in the big apple. yMusic is // rob moose on violin and guitar performer, arranger and conductor. // cj camerieri on trumpet and horn freelance multi-instrumentalist… Continue reading beautiful mechanical

a Winged Victory For The Sullen

the shadow of Laura Lutzke. A Winged Victory For The Sullen. West Park Presbyterian Church New York

a winged victory for the sullen is the brain child of Dustin O’Halloran & Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie, both are front runners in the contemporary music scene. The pictures below were taken during their NY premier at West Park Presbyterian Church on West 86th street. Dustin O’Halloran – Piano Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie – Guitar ACME trio:… Continue reading a Winged Victory For The Sullen

The Big Bang On A Can

Even though scientists can’t agree on the exact date or the details of what happened on the original big bang, we know one fact: A big bang has been observed every year in New York City since 1987 where a marathon of continuous musical performances takes place and attracts musicians, composers & music lovers from… Continue reading The Big Bang On A Can

Old Cars…. Grumpy Old Men…. Chesterwood Antique Automobile Show

Under the hood of a 1958 Chevrolet Impala seen at Chesterwood Antique & Classic Automobile Show. Stockbridge, MA

This was an outing with New England Oddities to the auto show held at Chesterwood, the country home of Daniel Chester French best known for his Abraham Lincoln and the Minute Man sculptures. The property includes his home, studio and gardens where the cars are shown. Many car enthusiasts showed up for the show and… Continue reading Old Cars…. Grumpy Old Men…. Chesterwood Antique Automobile Show

“Brains..Brains…” , Zombies Of New England March On Boston, MA

Commemorating the 7th anniversary of the original Boston Zombie march, scores of Zombies took it to the streets of Boston, MA. This was one of the largest crawls the city has witnessed as Zombies showed up at South Station on Summer Street & marched on the streets at 3:30. The common word heard throughout the… Continue reading “Brains..Brains…” , Zombies Of New England March On Boston, MA

Mozilla Drumbeat New York

Drumbeat by Mozilla, Keep the web open

On August 7th Mozilla had organized an event in SOHO at the offices of Open Plans aiming to present their concept for the future of the web and to get ideas from the public. The playlist will showcase the event in the order it was shot.   And here is a group shot from Flickr… Continue reading Mozilla Drumbeat New York

Arab-esque

Syrian flag as seen during NAAP's NY street festival 2010. Low angle

Last Saturday was the 8th Annual Arab American Cultural Street Festival which is the official kick-off to New York City’s Annual Arab Heritage Week. NAAP-NY has been organizing this street festival since its inception. The festivities included an interesting and diverse array of live music & dance, food(of course) and several businesses/activities from all parts… Continue reading Arab-esque