Eight Items or Less: The Voice's New Concert Series + The Pyramid Club Bids Adieu to 1984
1. The Village Voice has ended the Siren Festival's 10-year run and starting a new free event called the 4Knots Music Festival at the South Street Seaport. It kicks off July 16th. The line-up will be announced shortly. [VV]
2. Speaking of concert series, the L Magazine launches a new one called Audiophile, starting tonight, April 15, 7 p.m., at the Brooklyn Museum of Art with performances by MNDR and New Villager. It's free with museum admission.
3. TheDanger is on Kickstarter with a cool proposal for a new "creative arts space" in Dumbo. Contribute... and we'll all be rewarded. [Kickstarter]
4. NYC's "longest continuously-running nightclub party," 1984, stops running on April 29th at the Pyramid Club (101 Avenue A). [SpinCycleNyc]
5. Unauthorized graffiti artists have "vandalized" the neighborhood surrounding LA MOCA's "Art in the Streets" exhibit. The LAPD says: "If you want to be an artist, buy a canvas." [LA Times]
6. Former N'SYNC'er Joey Fatone reduced the price on his Florida house from $6.5 million to $3.9 million. Ouch. [WSJ]
7. Eight great songs from the best fake bands of all time. Hey, we thought The Archies were real! (And where the hell is "Friends Forever" by Zack Attack??) [Miami New Times]