The best-written book of Neil Gaiman’s career is focused, lyrical, and profoundly perceptive in its exploration of childhood and memory, and it’s also quite frightening—like one of Truman Capote’s holiday stories by way of Stephen King.
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If you’ve seen this at the Met and want a great souvenir or if you can’t make it to New York and want to experience the exhibit, then this book is for you. PUNK: Chaos to Couture is the official book released by the Museum to document this exciting event.
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From their press release, “In the wake of a rapturous response to an opening week of its 10th anniversary tour including two show-stopping Coachella sets (see above), the Postal Service has confirmed the addition of five new arena and amphitheater dates in Seattle, Santa Barbara, San Diego and Los Angeles”. The Postal Service begin their summer tour this weekend with dates in Europe before returning to the US (full dates are below). When they reach New York, they’ll be playing two shows at the Barclays Center; the first on June 14th is sold out already but we’ve got a pair of tickets for you to see them on June 15th. We’d rather you not dally and miss the chance to see the band (who knows when they’ll tour again?) so you should probably head over to Ticketmaster and pick up tickets now. But if you’re patient, and lucky, you can use the widget below to enter the contest for tickets to the second NYC show!
Ariel Pink continue to tour in support of Mature Themes and their latest US jaunt kicks off tomorrow in Los Angeles. You can catch them at one of their many stops listed below. If you expect to be in New York City on June 6th, you would be able to see Ariel Pink at Irving Plaza. You can purchase tickets to see Ariel Pink over at LiveNation for that show or others. But if you prefer, you can use the widget below to enter our contest for a chance at a pair of tickets to the NYC show! We at PopMatters said their latest album is “a very compelling listen” and you should expect to “walk away feeling that you have experienced music, rather than be passively be moved by it”. So this is probably a show you won’t want to miss!
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