Archive for the ‘My Nuts’ Category

12.05 2008

HOT NOISE IN COLD KENSINGTON – TONIGHT

DEC FIVE AT NINE IN THE NIGHT with Skoal Kodiak (Minneapolis – legends in the game) , Dick Neff (buy his truck), Knife World (stay sharp), Mincemeat Or Tenspeed (still goth!), Bobo (still goth?) at the Black Rotten Corpse Mound – South Kensington (ask around) – 1 block from PIFAS – Bring Money!

12.03 2008

WINTER VEGETABLES AT PIFAS

Thursday December 4th at PIFAS… Hilary Price is organize a drawing session where inspiration is taken from objects and their presentation. Yes, still-lives. This Thursday December 4th PIFAS would like to celebrate two foreboding, and recurring themes in PIFAS Faculty members lives right now, including the arrival of Winter and the self-reproducing chaos found around the space.

Winter Vegetables and PIFAS scrap material under dramatic lighting.

Starting around 7
Hope you can make it!

Pleasse bring your own supplies.

PIFAS – Philadelphia Institute For Advanced Study

11.22 2008

TONIGHT AT PADLOCK

One Night Only – installation with live music from Slavagoh, Scott Churchman, and The Lemon Treasures at The Padlock TONIGHT! – Saturday November 22 from 7 – 11. Donate! Early show – get there at 7 for warm soup and whiskey!

11.14 2008

ZINE OF THE MONTH CLUB

ZINE OF THE MONTH CLUB
Available from MARK PRICE is a Factory
(Fall / Winter 2008)

11.13 2008

WAR IS OVER

November 12, 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SPECIAL TIMES EDITION BLANKETS U.S. CITIES, PROCLAIMS END TO WAR

* PDF: http://www.nytimes-se.com/pdf
* For video updates: http://www.nytimes-se.com/video
* Contact: mailto:writers@nytimes-se.com

Early this morning, commuters nationwide were delighted to find out
that while they were sleeping, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan had
come to an end.

If, that is, they happened to read a “special edition” of today’s New
York Times.

In an elaborate operation six months in the planning, 1.2 million
papers were printed at six different presses and driven to prearranged
pickup locations, where thousands of volunteers stood ready to pass
them out on the street.

Articles in the paper announce dozens of new initiatives including the
establishment of national health care, the abolition of corporate
lobbying, a maximum wage for C.E.O.s, and, of course, the end of the
war.

The paper, an exact replica of The New York Times, includes
International, National, New York, and Business sections, as well as
editorials, corrections, and a number of advertisements, including a
recall notice for all cars that run on gasoline. There is also a
timeline describing the gains brought about by eight months of
progressive support and pressure, culminating in President Obama’s “Yes
we REALLY can” speech. (The paper is post-dated July 4, 2009.)

“It’s all about how at this point, we need to push harder than ever,”
said Bertha Suttner, one of the newspaper’s writers. “We’ve got to make
sure Obama and all the other Democrats do what we elected them to do.
After eight, or maybe twenty-eight years of hell, we need to start
imagining heaven.”

Not all readers reacted favorably. “The thing I disagree with is how
they did it,” said Stuart Carlyle, who received a paper in Grand
Central Station while commuting to his Wall Street brokerage. “I’m all
for freedom of speech, but they should have started their own paper.”

10.27 2008

Everyones Still Awesome

Everyones Awesome All The Time (3) now available from TTC Gallery in Copenhagen. Still available in the States from MARKPRICE is a Factory . Tons of screen printed pages, comes with micro zine of full color photography. Zines to infinity!

10.07 2008

SPACE 1026 @ RVA ZINE FEST

The 2008 Richmond Zine Fest will be held on Saturday, October 11, 2008, from 11am to 5pm at the Gay Community Center of Richmond, at 1407 Sherwood Ave. The event is free to the public. There will also be free coffee on hand, and (vegan) food will be available for purchase at a small price.

Space 1026 will be repin’ members titles including works by: Andrew Jeffery Wright, Crystal Stokowski, Jason Hsu, Mark Price, Kyle Shmidt, Bonnie Brenda Scott, Alex Lukas, Isaac Lin, Delilah Knuckley, Bill McRight, Chris Kline, Megawords, Freenews projects, Cantab Publishing… as well as friends of Space 1026 including: Michael Gerkovich, Lance Simmons, and Katrina Vonponyfeather.

The 2007 Richmond Zine Fest featured 45 vendors from all over Virginia and the US.

Rva Zinefest

09.24 2008

THE DUSTWARD presents

DUFFED OUT VIDEO PREMIER at MEGAWORDS!
Thursday the 25th from 7-9pm
125 N. 11th Street– 11th & cherry

www.megawordsmagazine.com
www.thedustward.com

09.04 2008

HYLAND HOLOGRAM TOUR KICK OFF @ BRCM SAT

+ HYLAND HOLOGRAM / DLMG / RADIOSHOCK freedumbfest tour like this:

9/6 Philly @ BigRadConceptualMt (SoKenzo) w/ JeffersonMaydayMayday (maybe) and Rainbro (double maybe) http://www. myspace. com/thebrcm
9/7 Pittsburgh
9/9 Nashville
9/10 Burmingham @ BigGreenBooks
9/11 FREEDUMBFEST – http://www. myspace. com/sftp
9/12 FREEDUMBFEST – StoneMT, Georgia
9/13 FREEDUMBFEST – we are playing every night! Carzwillburn, MMOTS, Dickneff, HylandHologram, DLMG opening and closing the fest… + Infinity more bands.
9/14 Ashville
9/15 Richmond @ Church of Crystal Light

08.29 2008

BLK LGT ART SHOW TONIGHT

Friday: Pedestrian @ 526 South 3rd 8 – mid. Do Drugs.