The full lineup for this summer’s Woodstock 50 festival has been announced. Scheduled for August 16-18 in Watkins Glen, the festival is promoter Michael Lang’s anniversary event marking the original Aquarian Festival from 1969. The event will have three stages and three smaller “neighborhoods,” each with their own food and programming and “glamping” opportunities.
“Being on the road was an awesome experience,” Asis says of playing guitar in the band Tiger Piss, “and I would never take that back, but I always had the dream of scoring ﬁlms.”
The current owner chose to focus on healthy food after her own diet was turned upside down by a medical diagnosis.
Towne Crier trends Irish with Kevin McKrell and Donnybrook Fair on Friday, Flash Company on Sunday; New World Celtic Band plays Colony on Sunday; Full weekend of St. Patrick’s Day fun in East Durham.
Culinary Institute of America retools restaurants to become less intimidating, more community-friendly, in keeping with the mission of Waldy Malouf. “The building, the whole campus can be a little intimidating. The reality is that we see about 300,000 visitors a year. The CIA is the largest tourist attraction in this region.”
Friday, Mar. 15: “Their show is not an autism awareness campaign, they say. They want people to laugh simply because they’re funny.”
Is Roma worth the effort to find? Absolutely yes. Its huge pile of cinematography prizes is well-warranted; shot in digital 65mm format, its black-and-white tones are subtle, silken. It tells much of its story in long, unbroken tracking shots, with the camera often slowly rotating 360 degrees to take in all the sprawling details of a space.
Founding Dorsky director Neil Trager conceded that he had been “shaken a little bit” when he received the provost’s e-mail, especially since the directorship was endowed in his name.
Saturday, Mar. 16: While Tony made his name playing with Peter Gabriel, King Crimson and David Bowie (and John Lennon and, and, and), Pete’s thing has always been jazz and its derivatives. A New York session ace who has recorded or performed with Miles Davis, Gil Evans, Jimmy Giuffre, Dave Brubeck and Charles Mingus, Pete’s résumé is hardly less impressive than his rock-star brother’s.
The US Postal Service just announced it will release a new set of stamps honoring a major 20th-century artist from the Hudson Valley, Ellsworth Kelly. The series of ten stamps includes reproductions of the paintings Yellow White (1961), Colors for a Large Wall (1951), Blue Red Rocker (1963), Spectrum I (1953), South Ferry (1956), Blue Green (1962), Orange Red Relief (for Delphine Seyrig) (1990), Meschers (1951), Red Blue (1964) and Gaza (1956).