Last weekend, December 9, 2017, we showed our documentary at an event in The Yonkers Public Library. After the screening, we held a panel discussion/Q&A, which was followed by a reception at the Yonkers Brewing Company. The Film: Panel Discussion/Q&A: CREDITS A Film by KEITH MUCHOWSKI KEVIN DOUGLAS JUNIOR TIDAL TIMOTHY HOLLAND … More “New Yorkers in Uniform: From World War One to Today” | Premier & Panel Discussion in Yonkers, NY
I’m finally getting around to posting the video and photos I shot on Thanksgiving at Gobble Gobble Give NYC! Here are some moments from this year’s event (another one for the record books)… Video | Photos | Music by Timothy Holland
Unplugged Magazine talks to The Jazz June’s Andrew Low about his newly launched project with Tim Holland–Uncle Hunter & the Buffalo … More UNPLUGGED MAGAZINE talks to The Jazz June’s Andrew Low about his newly launched project with Tim Holland–Uncle Hunter & the Buffalo
Rosemary still loves, she says, “on condition.” a car arrives. Rosemary receives it. garment: clean (minus the mysteries). she is dialed in; fresh. I move on swishing round the pavement of alleys to waves. a sign blinks: “VICTORY DON’T SLEEP” I look around, check my pockets. “LIVE EXTRA G NTLY” the neon goes dark. things … More Sailing under the guidance of a feather
the walls are closing in, we agreed. hills like white trumpet calls the sand storms dune we hope sun-soaked beneath bare feet; I dream of a collaborative tropical escape: run busted hand up mended leg; fuck it all away. it’s a million o’clock in late February and the Sirens sound off across the polar vortex. … More have your ghost meet my ghost in the room at the end of the hall.
This footage was shot in NYC in the summer of 2000 at Brownies, a once great rock club that closed its doors in 2002. This show was a precursor to the Medicine tour, which kicked off a few weeks later.
Ernest Miller Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899, in Oak Park, Illinois. On July 2, 1961, he shot himself in the head with one barrel of a double-barrel shotgun at his home in Ketchum, Idaho. Hemingway’s wife, Mary, told authorities that his death was accidental, and occurred as the author was cleaning the weapon. Although Hemingway … More BEDTIME STORIES: with Ernest Miller Hemingway
*Recorded at 73 Bushwick Ave in Brooklyn in the Spring of 2004.