Pitchfork, Rolling Stone and The Onion Cover #Elephant6 Doc Fundraising

                Tractor Beam is excited to report that Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, The Onion, Tiny Mix Tapes and Paste Magazine have covered “A Place We Have Been To: A Film Featuring The Elephant 6 Recording Co.” (Aka “The Elephant…

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A Place We Have Been To, A Documentary Film Featuring The Elephant 6 Recording Co. Announces In-Progress Screening & Fundraiser October 13th

A Place We Have Been To, A Documentary Film Featuring The Elephant 6 Recording Co. Announces In-Progress Screening & Fundraiser October 13th

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Ted Barron

Ted Barron

Ted Barron was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1965 and began making photographs and films at the age of twelve. He moved to New York City in the 1980’s to study at The School of Visual Arts. His work has been seen in numerous…

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Steve Keene’s Brooklyn Experience Continues This Week; Interview With #YourOwnVoice Now Live!; Pics From Steve Keene Day In Brooklyn, USA

Steve Keene’s Brooklyn Experience Continues This Week; Interview With #YourOwnVoice Now Live!; Pics From Steve Keene Day In Brooklyn, USA

Steve Keene’s Brooklyn, his featured exhibit at the Brooklyn Public Library has only 2 weekends left in order to catch him painting LIVE at the plaza. SK will be working July 10, 11 & 12 and July 17, 18 & 19; hours are 11am –…

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Wall Street Journal, Hollywood Reporter, Others Cover Steve Keene’s Brooklyn Experience @ Brooklyn Public Library

Wall Street Journal, Hollywood Reporter, Others Cover Steve Keene’s Brooklyn Experience @ Brooklyn Public Library

The Wall Street Journal, The Hollywood Reporter and Brooklyn Paper have covered Steve Keene’s Brooklyn Experience exhibit that opened on June 14th and will run until August 29th.

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June 14th, 2014 Has Been Officially Proclaimed Steve Keene Day by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams

June 14th, 2014 Has Been Officially Proclaimed Steve Keene Day by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams

June 14th, 2014 Has Been Officially Proclaimed Steve Keene Day by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams

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Brooklyn Public Library Names Steve Keene as Artist-In-Residence for NYC Debut

For Immediate Release: May 5, 2014 Brooklyn Public Library Names Steve Keene as Artist-in-Residence for NYC Debut Residency Features Premiere of New Work, A Summer Exhibition June 12-August 29 and Weekly On-Site Painting Performances On Grand Army Plaza Related Events Include a Painting Demo by…

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Editorial: Motorino’s Bikes Damage Trees

Editorial: Motorino’s Bikes Damage Trees

East Village staple Motorino is actively uncaring and hurting the lone tree in front of its establishment. It is leaning and locking its massive supply of bikes to the trunk. Everyone knows the value of a tree and how NYC has a dearth of them. This restaurant simply does not care. It wants your business but not any of the responsibility of being part of the community…

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The Apples in stereo’s “Stephen, Stephen” Honors #StephenColbert

The Apples in stereo’s “Stephen, Stephen” Honors #StephenColbert

In honor of Stephen Colbert’s recent appointment to become the late night host to succeed David Letterman, The Apples in stereo would like to re-dedicate “Stephen, Stephen” to the host…

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Billboard Magazine: A Petition For a Pete Seeger Memorial on the National Mall

Billboard Magazine: A Petition For a Pete Seeger Memorial on the National Mall

On Monday, February 3, 2014 Billboard ran my first guest posting “A Petition For a Pete Seeger Memorial on the National Mall.” It was a privilege to write about what Pete Seeger meant to my life and why I believe he should be considered for…

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