Plus, Kirsten Dunst eats at Sant Ambroeus, Bar Refaeli at Jezebel, and more of this week's celebrity dining.
Harley Flanagan brought some real punk rock energy to the CBGB Festival.
Plus: The Hold Steady shill for 'Top Chef Masters,' and money troubles for Webster Hall, all in our morning news roundup.
It's so obvious: Why interact with the hot guy sitting next to you when you could just tweet at him instead?
An accident involving the country singer's tour bus (and not the kind of accident that involves collision) overwhelmed East 11th Street last week.
Plus, more from last night's meeting.
Caleb let loose with a barrage of leonine, pelvic love pumps that sent women (and men) into hormonal fits.
Sample over 100 wines while learning about technology tomorrow night.
Yes, there's a faux lake at the new Galapagos, too.
Last night at Webster Hall, the Butthole Surfers left us with a (slightly assy) taste of their legendarily chaotic early shows.
Front-lady sisters Kim and Kelley Deal are not only twins, but also Geminis, whose astrological symbol represents the twin!
Plus Chop Suey's partnership with "Milk Honey," a chef raised by hippies, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
Plus the latest on Lehman, lawyers, and the state of print media, in our daily industry roundup.
For a bit, it was business as usual: Finn herking and jerking as the band churned behind him, shuffling his feet like he was building up static energy, doing those dainty little one-eighth claps.
“Every time I get onstage,” Atmosphere's Sean “Slug” Daley told last night's Webster Hall audience, “I’m gonna shit, literally.”
Good vibes and positive jams abounded at Lekman's show — right up until 10:30.