Another indie and underground favorite, the Starlight Ballroom offers scenesters lots of space, comfortable—but limited—seating, a bar and a big stage to see touring and local bands. 460 N. 9th Street, r5productions.com
Tucked into the city’s burgeoning Eraserhood sits the performance venue Underground Arts, a lower-level space that caters to an artistic and creative crowd. The genres of live music run the spectrum, which is one of Underground Art’s greatest assets. 1200 Callowhill Street, undergroundarts.org
Local and touring indie, punk, hardcore and hip-hop acts take to the acoustically awesome stage at the ultra-spacious Union Transfer, where each concert finishes with a post-show happy hour and where Little Baby’s Ice Cream doles out cupfuls of locally churned flavors. 1026 Spring Garden Street, (215) 232-2100, utphilly.com
“All the movies are about strange worlds that you can’t go into unless you build them and film them. That’s what’s so important about film to me. I just like going into strange worlds.”
Happy 68th birthday David Lynch!
random HEART-ART-BURSTING youtube clip of the day…angelo badalamenti talking about how he sat down with david lynch and composed the love theme to “twin peaks”. seriously…goose bumps. and almost…tears….
a must-see for:
-fans of twin peaks
-artistic collaborators of any kind, may you all be this close and free and open in your collaborations.
thanks to Jherek Bischoff to sending this…our whole grand theft email posse was FREAKING OUT ABOUT IT had to share.
long live angelo. omg.
Although developer Bart Blatstein‘s proposal for the Provence Resort & Casino is just one of several to be considered for Broad and Callowhill, it did receive a huge boost today: Blatstein has announced that chefs Tom Colicchio and Andrew Carmellini are now attached to the project.
Mike Figgis, director of films like Leaving Las Vegas, Hotel, and Suspension of Disbelief interviewed David Lynch, director of films like Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, and Inland Empire.