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June 27, 2006

Summer Party Time at P.S.1

Brianfinke_fratboyz2 OK.. For those stuck in NYC this summer.. as all real New Yorkers know, Summer time is PARTY TIME at P.S.1!

If you're looking to escape the annoying hordes of lost tourists crawling all over Manhattan.. Go to P.S.1.  (FYI..no this is not me in the photo. it's one of my all time favorite summer party boy photo's from photographer Brian Finke's Frat Boy Series..) Here's just a bit of what P.S.1 has going on this summer :

P.S.1's 30th Anniversary Kick-Off Party at the ROXY!, Tuesday, July 18th @ 8pm

Where: Roxy at 515 W 18th St., New York, NY, 10011
: DJ Spun (Jason Drummond) of Rong Music and WPS1 Art Radio; Duane Harriott of NegroClash NYC, Audio Archeology, and Other Music; and Jeannie Hopper of Liquid Sound Lounge and WPS1 Art Radio. I hear roller skates maybe included, but beware of the Canadian Roller Derby Art Bloggers (AFC) on the rink!!

Tickets: $30 per person. Available via Ticketweb. Visit www.ps1.org and click on 30th Anniversary.

P.S.1 Warm UP Saturday's - Starting Sat July 1st, and going on for the next 10 Saturdays at 7pm.

Warm Up is P.S.1's critically acclaimed music series and has become one of the most anticipated summer events. The series is housed within the architectural installation created by the winner of the annual P.S.1 and MoMA organized Young Architects Program . Together, the music, architecture and exhibition program provide a unique multi-sensory experience for music fans, artists, and families alike. Warm Up was conceived in 1997 as a summer-long dance party to attract crowds to P.S.1 and Long Island City, Queens. The series runs every Saturday from July through early September and draws thousands of local and international visitors each day. Advanced tickets are suggested. Here's a video from Warm UP 2005!


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MAO, That's not you in the baseball cap??? Don't you always sport one?

LOL!! MAO wishes she looked that young!

That kid in the hat is like 25 years old!

now I see it!

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