Bowery Poetry Club

Douglas Ridloff is the host of the ASL Slam, a growing performance group based in New York.
Seattle-based singer songwriter David Nyro shares his first single “What Happened To Us All,” one of several he’ll be debuting
There are 6,000 languages in the world, and half are endangered. Those 3,000 will be gone by the end of this century if we don't do something. What are we going to do? That is the situation outlined in a new PBS documentary.
Just as Obama was being feted Thursday night at Harvey Weinstein's West Village pad, at the Bowery Poetry Club a recognized psychic healer was telling the crowd, "I feel sorry for him. He won't be elected to another term."
Bowery Arts & Science: Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) May 7, 6-10pm Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery, between
After receiving a standing ovation for her poems 'If I Should Have a Daughter' and 'Hiroshima,' 22-year-old spoken word poet
CBGB was once the center of New York's punk-rock scene on the Bowery. But do you know about the club's latest incarnation
When I first experience Khaira Arby, I immediately recognized a formidable voice: piercing, flexible and joyous.
Europa '51 is very rare, not available on DVD, but this Friday, August 6, at 6 p.m. EDT, Turner Classic Movies will run it. I urge you to see it.
Marschall went first with a complex, frenetic battle scene from his new short story (he describes it as" the X-Files in the
Huffington Post continues its local coverage with the help our Citizen Journalism Unit. To join the local reporting team
Do you like books? The covers, pages, signatures, glue-ings, and sew-ings that have been around from Dante's time to Dickinson's? Or do you like readings?
"I Am Astro Place" I wrote in the 1980s as a screenplay, "Astro Place," about some cultural and political people living near Astor Place in the East Village in the fraught years 1984 to 2001.