So you probably heard of Late Night Basement, the show that will most likely take over the slot after Carson Daily, you know, that time of the night where they start playing Bosley commercials? Yeah, that one. The show is an absolute hit on the interwebs and you can totally see it live, without standing in a line or buying tickets or anything, you just have to show up. SHOW UP. This is what they’re saying it’s going to happen in this episode:
What we’re assuming is Brooklyn’s only live late night show, Late Night Basement, returns for a 3rd episode this Thursday night at 8:15pm at Legion (790 Metropolitan) in Williamsburg… and it’s all free!
Join host Chris Rose as he chats with Mike Maronna aka Older Pete from Pete & Pete, plus comedy from Leo Allen (SNL), Aparna Nancherla (Totally Biased) and Ethan T. Berlin (Da Ali G Show).
Check out the internet platinum Guy Fieri
Chris’ interview with Andrew WK here
We’ll have more videos, too!
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790 Metropolitan Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
UPDATED with link to extended version: We finally get to listen the new track by Daft Punk, though it’s a radio rip, it’s better than nothing. Unless you’re not really in a hurry to see what’s what.
Go here to listen to the extended studio version!
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There can be only ONE!!!!! NBC is in the middle of a late night shakeup, and are replacing (in 2014) the complacently bland Jay Leno with the extremely likable (and bland) Jimmy Fallon. The 1:30 AM time slot is also about to get more competitive, as Alec Baldwin is in talks to replace Carson Daly. This will be great because I don’t think anyone realized there was still a show on at 1:30. Free Publicity Right? While I am extremely excited about Alec Baldwin with his own late night show, I’ve compiled a list of other possibilities that could replace Daly, and get higher ratings.
A show hosted by the CGI “Talking M&M’s
Carson Daly TRL Reruns
The Yule Log
Women’s Basketball Highlights
Ahead, the highlights of Alec Baldwin’s career.
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I’m pretty sure, in terms of how impactful Star Wars is on pop culture, this is a disservice, however and regardless of how you feel about George Lucas’s babies, this concept is visually striking and noteworthy. Take a peek at all Star Wars in one YouTube video while Fox’s lawyers are cool with it.
I took a German Expressionism course back in my early days of college, and it was probably one of the only classes I attended sober and was not asleep in (I was 19 years old, so you must have some sympathy). I actually stayed awake with wide Bambi eyes in total enthusiasm. Of course, I should mention it also helped a lot that a very good-looking Austrian classmate was in the seat next to mine.
I remember a lot of Kafka books, watching Fritz Lang movies as well as classic horror movies (influential in the genre), learning words like “Doppelgänger,” studying artists like George Scholz, and getting to know all that crazy modern futuristic architecture. I had then finally developed a sense of what I found (and still find) aesthetically pleasing, and was introduced to literature and art I felt a deep connection with, themes such as existentialism, nihilism, depression, and the metaphysical. This was a far better genre to go along with my Gothic sensibility, not having been previously satisfied with the fluffiness and romanticism of the Gothic genre, having created such books as Stoker’s Dracula. I found that book to be so corny I could not finish it, blushing from embarrassment on the behalf of the author. With the cool world of German Expressionism, I had found a soul mate in a genre. I must also point out that this was the same phase in which I was introduced to one of my other favorite genres of all time–science fiction–which was not a far stretch for someone taking a German Expressionism class. (more…)Read More »
Apparently now every failed TV show is going to seek the afterlife piggybacking on Veronica Mars’ astonishing Kickstarter campaign.Read More »
The Tate Modern in London to me is hands-down the greatest modern museum of all time. I spent a total of 8 hours walking around (the same as my last visit), and still I did not get to see the entire collection or feel satisfied. The selection of artists was infinite, but I did come across one of my favorite American female artists, and also discovered a new favorite American artist on my way out. (more…)
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