Could the surrealist have made a blockbuster?
When musicians become directors, they should be required to start by making short films. Such legislation might have saved us from the feature-length cinematic sadism inflicted upon us by David Byrne, Fred Durst and John Doofus Mellencamp. Chris Mars, former drummer of the irreplaceable Replacements ... More >>
Just off the wheels of Marathon IV: Road Rogue, a week-long song performed during a trek from New York to Los Angeles, performer extraordinaire Mark Mallman has unveiled his latest CD, Double Silhouette. Renowned for his high-energy dramatic performances and marathon song cycles, Mallman has won a h ... More >>
Cookies for a causeSure, you can go out to eat for going-out-to-eat's sake, but this week offers the chance to justify your expenditures in two ways: theme dinners or fundraisers.
'Ballets Russes' invites old dance legends to take a bow
Mad Peeaire would like to talk to you about Aristotle, Wilde, Blake, Freud--and his childhood memories of a goat-buggering orgy. Why won't you listen?
What ever happened to Buddy Holly's fishing license?
Could America's next top model be a nude dude posing with a roll of toilet paper?
MCBA's "Artists' Books" exhibit turns aesthetic concepts into a novel idea
Steven Watson looks at the assembly line celebrities of Warhol's factory
Jim Stowell gilds the Lily; 15 Head paints a pretentious picture
With a violent faith in the power of song, Mike Gunther confronts his own demons
Art tributaries that are miles from the mainstream
Cynthia Stevens wades into a spectacle in Wirth Park
If you snooze through Detroit's Slumber Party, you may miss the sound of their alarm
Merry materialist Karal Ann Marling unwraps a century of loot and lore
The author of the Adventures of Herculina may have stumbled upon her career, but the results are anything but awkward
With The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, director Luis Buñuel served the have-lots their just deserts
Since age seven, Ballet of the Dolls founder Myron Johnson has followed his passion for performance to ridiculous--and rewarding--extremes
Framed, penned, screened, danced, sung, shot, delivered: City Pages lauds the artistic creations of 1999
Alfred Hitchcock and David O. Selznick's mutual contempt somehow yielded a trio of classics--and one highly unusual case
The Jungle Theater sends Salvador Dali through a looking glass in Lobster Alice; 15 Head presents Dracula as a messenger of modern anxiety