Articles by Carrie Tucker

Get Your Clothes On: Fast Festival Fashion

Clothing not optional.

To Walk the Night: Green-Wood Cemetery and Atlas Obscura host “Into the Veil”

This is the night when the gateway between
our world and the spirit world is thinnest. Tonight is a night to call out those who came before. — Samhain prayer to the Ancestors

Hello Sailor: Schott NYC and Sailor Jerry Dole Out Tattoos, Pea Coats, Drinks

Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum and Schott NYC Celebrate the 240th Anniversary of the US Navy with their Designed for Sailor Jerry by Schott NYC limited edition pea coat and flask.

LIVE: Chelsea Wolfe, A Short Play in Three Acts

The queen of icy horror takes her show to Brooklyn.

Breaking: Slime

The London producer is home alone on his debut LP, “Company.”

Andrew Savage’s “Color Studies”: The Parquet Courts Frontman Goes Solo—As a Visual Artist

Punk flyer art and DIY design has been around for decades, but with Color Studies, Andrew Savage takes it to the next logical level.

LIVE: The Bloody Return of Jack Off Jill (7/18/2015)

The riot goth legends reunited for one gory night in Asheville, North Carolina.

Beer Me, Bacon: Pig Out at the 2015 Bacon and Beer Classic NYC

The Bacon and Beer Classic: it’s one day of pork pulchritude at baseball stadiums across the nation, with local breweries and restaurants serving straight-up paradise—often…

Moving Downtown: The Whitney and “America Is Hard To See”

The venerable contemporary art mecca finds a new home and debuts its inaugural exhibition in NYC’s Meatpacking District.

From Clear to Eternity: “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief”

Alex Gibney’s documentary goes under the big top of the most controversial religion of our modern age.

Girl Drink Drunk: A Last-Minute Guide to St. Patrick’s Day Beers

In which one woman consumes all the proper St. Patrick’s Day beers she could find in a grocery aisle and tells you all about it.

Us Women: “Girl in a Band”

An open letter to Kim Gordon

Shifting The Field: “The First Bad Man”

The submissive and aggressive quirks of Miranda July’s debut novel.

Girl Drink Drunk: Holiday Ales and Stouts

In which one woman consumes all the holiday beers she could find in a grocery aisle and tells you all about it.

Start Spreadin’ the News: Banksy Does New York

An interview with director Chris Moukarbel (who isn’t Banksy, OK?!?)

Sir Kensington’s Fries of New York: An Exhibition of the French-Fried Potato

Let’s ketchup on some art.

Girl Drink Drunk: Pumpkin Beer

In which one woman consumes all the pumpkin beers she could find in a grocery aisle and tells you all about it.

Until the Dark Takes Us: Death Becomes Her, A Century of Mourning Attire

A look at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibit of style in sorrow.


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